Accuracy matters, especially when it comes to the beautiful game
A quick one-two could be easily intercepted if the player isn’t accurate enough.
The Championship has seen some cracking passes and assists this season, but two Clubs dominate when it comes to passing accuracy, Swansea City and Fulham:
Pass Success Percentage
- Flynn Downes of Swansea – 92.6%
- Tom Cairney of Fulham – 92%
- Kyle Naughton of Swansea – 91.4%
- Matt Grimes of Swansea – 91.1%
- Jean Michaël Seri of Fulham – 89.4%
Accuracy also matters after you jump on the train to head home. Especially when it comes to your energy bills and budgeting. Smart meters are the new generation of gas and electricity meters which can give you accurate and not estimated energy bills.
Billy, a Portsmouth fan, loves their smart meter - “The best thing about my smart meter is not needing to submit the reads. No more estimated bills and zero effort required.”
Take a look at what other football fans think of their smart meters here.
What are smart meters?
Smart meters record how much electricity or gas you use – just like your existing meters. But with a smart meter, you can also see how much energy you’re using, on an in-home display (IHD).
How can smart meters and an IHD help you?
When you’re on a tight budget it can be a struggle to make ends meet. Even when you’re doing everything you can to save money. There’s a hat-trick of reasons why a smart meter could make things a bit easier:
- Having a smart meter means getting a bill based on how much energy you used - not an estimate. This can help take the guesswork out of your budget.
- The in-home display shows you your energy costs each day, week and month. This means you can accurately see how much you’re spending in near real time.
- The smart meter automatically sends readings to your energy supplier, meaning you don’t need to be at home for someone to read your meter. Giving you one less thing to worry about.
If you’re still worried about your energy bills, you can find extra support here.
Some homes can’t get a smart meter yet. Your energy supplier can tell you if you can have one and how soon it can be installed.