Ah, an away day.
We all have an affinity for the home stadium of the team we support, but there's just something special about hitting the road and rustling up a great travelling atmosphere.
However, it can be incredibly painful when, having been on the move for hours, your team loses and you're faced with a gruelling car journey or train ride home.
Bearing that in mind, wouldn't it be nice if you could foresee which away days your team would lose and which they'd win?
We sadly suspect that will remain a thing of fantasy, so bookmakers can breathe a sigh of relief, but it's possible to crunch the numbers to see which teams perform best on the road.
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That was the objective of recent research by BonusCodeBets.co.uk, who used data from WhoScored.com to analyse all 91 teams in the Premier League and Football League.
And it gets better. They weren't just focusing on this season or the last, but have inherited an absolute glut of data to rank all the current teams on their last 10 years of form.
It turns out that Manchester City are the top dogs in England, enduring as the only team to win more than half of their games on the road with 104 victories and 89 losses or draws.
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Meanwhile, Arsenal - who have the infamous 8-2 defeat at Old Trafford on their record - have the ignominy of having a worse away record than Salford City and Luton Town.
And at the other end of the spectrum, Bolton Wanderers and Stoke City have the poorest set of away results since the start of the 2009/10 season.
Football will, of course, remain completely unpredictable but check out the full table to see where your club ranks and which teams are the most likely to win at your stadium.
Can somebody call a taxi for West Ham United? 84th place has got to sting.
It's no coincidence that so many former Premier League teams are near the bottom, proving the ruthlessness of the country's top division and how brutal dropping out of it can prove.
Meanwhile, some of the clubs that have had the 'luxury' of floating around the bottom two divisions have propped themselves further up the table.
Arsenal are the only team to let down the traditional top six with the other five coming out on top, while Sheffield United are the next highest of the current Premier League crop.
Walsall have the bizarre distinction of accumulating the most draws (84), while Bolton have the highest tally of losses and worst goal difference to add to their wooden spoon.
If you're a stickler for statistics, this could be the cheat sheet you need for your future accumulators.News Now - Sport News