Date:Tuesday January 25 2011
Following on from the previous stats report we take a look at some more Leeds stats and also how they compare against others.
The stats included Championship games only unless stated.
Discipline - including cup competitions
Paul Connolly 9
John Howson 6
Bradley Johnson 6
George McCartney 4
Neil Kilkenny 4
Luciano Becchio 4
Max Gradel 3
Robert Snodgrass 3
Neil Collins 3
Richard Naylor 3
Kasper Schmeichel 3
Alex Bruce 2
Sanchez Watt 2
Andy O`Brien 2
Andy Hughes 2
Jason Brown 1
Ben Parker 1
Amdy Faye 1
Paul Connolly served a one-match suspension for picking up five yellow cards before the end of 2010.
A two match suspension will be incurred for anyone picking up ten yellow cards on or before 11th April 2011.
A three match suspension will be incurred for anyone picking up fifteen yellow cards before the end of the season
Robert Snodgrass 1
Alex Bruce 1
Sheffield United 5
Crystal Palace 4
Only five clubs have received fewer red cards than Leeds with Nottingham Forest, Scunthorpe and Watford yet to receive one.
Holt - Norwich 57
Becchio - Leeds 57
Long - Reading 57
Elliott - Bristol City 53
Parkin - Cardiff 52
Bradley Johnson is also in the top ten. The midfielder is in 8th place with 46 fouls.
Crystal Palace 9
Sheffield United 7
Bristol City 6
Only seven teams have conceded fewer penalties than Leeds with Reading and Nottingham Forest conceding the fewest with one.
Leeds are currently the worst disciplined team in the Championship, making 348 fouls, 59 yellow cards 2 reds and conceding 3 penalties.
Worst discipline (fouls, yellow & red cards and penalties conceded)
Attendances - Home
Highest 33,622 Sheffield United
Lowest 20,747 Cardiff City
Leeds 33,622 v Sheffield United
Derby 33,010 v Nottingham Forest
Leicester 30,919 v Leeds
Leeds have been involved in the highest attendance at nine of their fourteen away games so far this season.
Leeds have so far used 29 players this season
John Howson - 32 starts
Bradley Johnson 32 28 starts 4 sub
Luciano Becchio 30 26 starts 4 sub
Paul Connolly 27 starts
Max Gradel 26 23 starts 3 sub
Neil Kilkenny 24 20 starts 4 sub
Neil Collins 23 22 starts 1 sub
Robert Snodgrass 23 21 starts 2 sub
Kasper Schmeichel 22 starts
George McCartney 19 starts
Alex Bruce 19 starts
Lloyd Sam 19 8 starts 11 sub
Sanchez Watt 18 12 starts 6 sub
Davide Somma 18 9 starts 9 sub
Andy O`Brien 14 starts
Ross McCormack 14 4 starts 10 sub
Andy Hughes 13 5 starts 8 sub
Billy Paynter 11 3 starts 8 sub
Richard Naylor 9 starts
Federico Bessone 8 starts
Amdy Faye 8 6 starts 2 sub
Shane Higgs 7 starts
Leigh Bromby 5 1 start 4 sub
Jason Brown 4 3 starts 1 sub
Adam Clayton 4 0 starts 4 sub
Ben Parker 3 3 starts
Aiden White 3 0 starts 3 sub
Mike Grella 2 0 starts 2 sub
Ramon Nunez 2 0 starts 2 sub
Most players used
13 clubs have used more players than Leeds this season.
Burnley have used the least amount of players with 23 so far.
John Howson is one of only four players to start all 28 Championship games so far this season.
Shooting - club
Leeds lead the way with the number of shots on target this season with 196 and also share the lead with amount of times they have hit the woodwork, with Leeds and Coventry both doing it 16 times.
Leeds have failed to hit the target on 148 occasions out of 360 shots on goal this season.
Shots on/off & hit woodwork
Shooting - player
Shots on target
Taarabt - QPR 58
Hammill - Barnsley 48
Commons - Derby 46
Evans - Sheffield United 39
Stead - Bristol City 38
Max Gradel leads the way for Leeds with 29 shots on target.
Shots off target
Commons - Derby 42
Morison - Millwall 40
Taarabt - QPR 39
Hammill - Barnsley 37
Holt - Norwich 35
Bradley Johnson as had the most shots off target for Leeds with 29.
Treacy - Preston 6
Johnson - Leeds 5
Commons - Derby 5
King - Coventry 4
Hammill - Barnsley 4
Shots on/off & woodwork
Taarabt - QPR 98
Commons - Derby 93
Hammill - Barnsley 89
Morison - Millwall 76
Eagles - Burnley 68
Bradley Johnson leads the way for Leeds with 58, 24 on target, 29 off target and hit the woodwork 5 times.
Leading goalscorers (Championship only)
Danny Graham - Watford 15
Bothroyd - Cardiff 14
Becchio - Leeds 13
Commons - Derby 13
Taarabt - QPR 13
Leeds have three players in the top twenty. As well as Becchio with 13 goals, with Max Gradel 9 and Davide Somma 8.
Most goals - club
Watford 52 goals - 26 games
Leeds 52 goals - 28 games
QPR 46 goals - 27 games
Cardiff 45 goals - 27 games
Norwich 44 goals - 27 games
Most goals conceded
Preston 47 goals - 26 games
Crystal Palace 47 goals - 27 games
Leicester 46 goals - 28 games
Leeds 45 goals - 28 games
Scunthorpe 44 goals - 25 games
Leeds 97 - 28 games
Watford 91 - 26 games
Leicester 87 - 28 games
Doncaster 83 - 25 games
Norwich 79 - 27 games
Bristol City 9
Leeds have kept just 6 clean sheets and are in joint 14th place.
Preston and Portsmouth have kept the least amount of clean sheets with just 3 each.
Taarabt - QPR 11
Cowie - Watford 9
Coppinger - Doncaster 9
Whittingham - Cardiff 8
Becchio - Leeds 7
Also in the top 25 are John Howson, joint 14th with 5 and Neil Kilkenny and Robert Snodgrass who are joint 24th with 4.
Form Guide - last 6 games
Nottingham Forest 16 points
Watford 15 points
Norwich 14 points
Reading 11 points
QPR 11 points
Leeds are in 13th place with 7 points having won 1, drawn 4 and lost 1.
Games since a win
Sheffield United 6
Leeds have gone 1 game without a win after drawing 2-2 at Portsmouth on Saturday.
Games since a loss
Nottingham Forest 6
Leeds are currently in 9th, having avoided defeat in their last two games, 4-0 win Scunthorpe, 2-2 draw Portsmouth.
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Date:Tuesday January 25 2011
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