League One stats
League One has reached the end of January and Leeds United lead the way in a number of the stats for the division.
Leading League goal scorers
Jermaine Beckford is just one goal behind Southampton striker Ricky Lambert in the race to be the League One top goalscorer.
Ricky Lambert - Southampton 19
Jermaine Beckford - Leeds United 18
Grant Holt - Norwich City 17
Norwich midfielder Wes Hoolahan leads the way with goal assists with eleven, Leeds highest contributor is Robert Snodgrass with five.
Wes Hoolahan - Norwich City 11
Jon-Paul McGovern - Swindon Town 10
Andrew Welsh - Yeovil Town 8
Lloyd Sam - Charlton Athletic 8
Deon Burton - Charlton Athletic 8
The top three lead the way with goal attempts with Leeds top overall and for attempts off target.
Attempts on target
Attempts off target
Leeds have had the agony of hitting the woodwork the most this season and added another two attempts in yesterday`s game with Colchester.
In the individual player stats, Leeds striker Jermaine Beckford leads the way in all four categories.
As you would expect the top three marksmen in League One lead the way with attempts on and off target.
Shots on target
Jermaine Beckford - Leeds 56
Ricky Lambert - Southampton 48
Grant Holt - Norwich City 46
Shots off target
Jermaine Beckford - Leeds 46
Ricky Lambert - Southampton 40
Grant Holt - Norwich City 36
Jermaine Beckford - Leeds 102
Ricky Lambert - Southampton 88
Grant Holt - Norwich City 82
Jermaine Beckford also leads the way when it comes to hitting the woodwork having hit it eight times already this season.
Jermaine Beckford - Leeds 8
Ricky Lambert - Southampton 6
Nicky Bailey - Charlton Athletic 5
Most goals for
League leaders Norwich lead the way with 64, Leeds are fourth highest having scored 48.
Norwich City 64
Charlton Athletic 51
Least goals conceded
Leeds have the best defensive record so far this season having only conceded 19.
Most goals conceded
Wycombe Wanderers have currently conceded the most goals having already conceded 52
Wycombe Wanderers 52
Stockport County 51
Least goals scored
Oldham Athletic have only found the back of the net 20 times so far this season.
Norwich City fans have seen the most goals involving their club so far this season with 94 goals scored in their 29 games so far this season.
Norwich City 94* 60 for 34 against
Charlton Athletic 82* 51 for 31 against
Wycombe Wanderers 82* 30 for 52 against
Oldham Athletic fans have seen the least goal action so far this season having seen only 50 goals in 25 games.
Leeds feature in the bottom three, this is mainly due to their impressive defensive record and not their inability to score.
Oldham 50* 20 for 30 against
Brentford 55* 26 for 29 against
Leeds 67* 48 for 19 against
Walsall 67* 34 for 33 against
Fair play League
Swindon Town lead the way in the fair play league so far this season having conceded only 227 fouls, 33 yellow cards, 1 red card and have yet to concede a penalty.
MK Dons are currently bottom of the league having conceded 380 fouls, 80 yellow cards, 2 red cards and 2 penalties.
Leeds are in 16th place having conceded 316 fouls, 43 yellow cards, no red cards and 5 penalties.
Only three clubs have yet to see any of their players receive a red card this season, Leeds, Southampton and Bristol Rovers are the clubs.
Walsall have received the least amount of yellow cards having only received 28, they have also only received one red card.
Swindon Town are the only side yet to concede a penalty whilst Brighton have conceded the most having conceded 7.
Grant Holt is currently bottom of the fair play league having conceded 63 fouls resulting in 6 yellow cards and 1 red.
Alan McCormack at Southend United leads the way for receiving yellow cards having already received 12 this season.
Leeds worst disciplinarian so far this season is midfielder Mike Doyle who has conceded 33 fouls and 6 yellow cards in the league.
Since a win
Stockport County who are foot of the table have gone the longest without a win, they made it 15 games without a win yesterday when they lost 2-0 at Southampton.
Since a defeat
League leaders Norwich City lead the way having now gone 16 games without a defeat.
Leeds United lead the way, yesterdays clean sheet against Colchester United made it 14 for the season.
Wycombe Wanderers, Colchester United and Norwich City have so far this season used the most players having all used 35.
Leeds have so far used 32.
Walsall have used the least having only used 23 players so far this season.
Leeds United lead the way with the highest individual attendance and also on average.
36,723 turned up for Leeds West Yorkshire derby with Huddersfield Town at Elland Road.
Leeds have also had two other games in excess of 30,000 so far this season.
Top gates by club
Leeds 36,723 v Huddersfield
Southampton 30,890 v Exeter
Norwich 25,506 v Hartlepool
Leeds have also been involved in the highest attendances on their visits so far this season, they have been involved in the home sides best gate in ten out of their thirteen away games.
Matthew Taylor of Exeter City and Scott Flinders at Hartlepool United have made the most appearances so far this season making 29 appearances. Both players have been involved in everyone of their sides games in the league so far this season.
Jonathan Howson leads the way for Leeds having made 27 appearances in the league with 25 starts and 2 as a substitute.
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