Sports analysts are used to having an idea of what the game is like.
They can get an idea from how it is played, what the statistics tell them, what other sports use, and so on.
But it is not a straightforward job.
It is also not as simple as predicting which team is going to win the league.
If a team is doing well, they can see which way they are going to go, and how they are doing in relation to their opponent.
That can provide some information about where they stand.
But if they are in a hole, or are doing badly, they cannot tell you how they have fared in the league in general.
This is where sports analysis comes in.
It provides an idea, but it is also a tool that can be used to help identify teams that need help in certain areas, or teams that are on the decline.
This section gives you an overview of how sports analysis works and what you need to know.