Meet Opta at SPORTELRio

Opta will be exhibiting our services to the global broadcast industry at this year's SPORTEL show in Rio.

9 - Southampton have now lost nine points from leading positions at St Mary’s this season; more than any other Prem… twitter.com/i/web/status/9… 10 hours ago

9 - Harry Kane has scored nine goals in his last five starts in the Premier League, with all nine coming from insid… twitter.com/i/web/status/9… 11 hours ago

197 - There were just 197 seconds between Southampton’s opener and Harry Kane’s equaliser for Tottenham. Response. 12 hours ago

28 - Since the start of 2012-13, Spurs have won 28 of a possible 33 points in the Premier League against Southampto… twitter.com/i/web/status/9… 13 hours ago

21 - Manchester City are now unbeaten in 21 Premier League matches against Newcastle United (W18 D3) – extending th… twitter.com/i/web/status/9… 20 Jan

3 - Sergio Aguero has scored the first perfect Premier League hat-trick since the Argentine himself scored one agai… twitter.com/i/web/status/9… 20 Jan

13 – Only Wayne Rooney (15) has scored more Premier League goals versus Newcastle than Sergio Aguero (13). Haunt. 20 Jan

10 - Kevin De Bruyne has provided more assists in the Premier League this season than any other player. Delivery. 20 Jan

13 - Sergio Aguero has had a hand in 13 Premier League goals against Newcastle (11 goals, 2 assists), averaging a g… twitter.com/i/web/status/9… 20 Jan

14 - David de Gea has kept more clean sheets than any other goalkeeper in Europe’s big five leagues this season (14). Reliable. 20 Jan

SPORTELRio 2013

See us on Stand A01 

Opta will be exhibiting our services to the global broadcast industry at this year's SPORTEL show in Rio.

The show, running from 11-13th March at the Sofitel Rio De Janeiro Copacobana hotel brings together the best from the world of sports broadcasting under one roof.

If you would like to set up a meeting with Opta at this event, please get in touch with paul.every@optasports.com.

Opta player data is used to constuct a head-to-head comparison on BBC Sport.

The FA Cup international broadcaster uses Opta data to compare the two finalists.