I don't think the issue is as straight forward as this and only using examples of the games vs the big clubs is only telling half of the story.
A bit part of the reason why we 've done slightly better performance wise against the bigger teams is our switch to a counter attacking style (as highlighted by possession and territorial stats against these teams) which although has not yelded points it has been better on the eye.
The problem is that there hasn't been a plan b against the lesser sides and we can't break them down so we need to look at all of the games as a whole. We can't just pick the examples that suit the point we are making.
Against smaller teams we still lack any real control and are still brittle at the back with errors all over the shop despite having brought in 3 defensive players with him at the helm.
Were only really brittle at set pieces, sometimes.
I know thatís still important, obviously, but it can be worked on.
In open play we donít concede that many good chances.
Even in this run weíve shot ourselves in the foot on at least 4 occasions which has either cost points (Lípool, Leicester) or changed the game (City, Spurs).
The issues are, as you say, with possession in the dross home games.
I think that lies with midfield and the subsequent balance of the attackers picked.
I donít think we have the mix of midfielders yet to change that much, so Iím willing to give that time (ie through the summer window and into next season) to see how it goes.