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LUFC Leeds United early season statistics

With the international break in full swing it is a chance to look at the early season Leeds United statistics..


The stats include both League and Cup unless stated.

Goals
Luciano Becchio with four championship goals currently leads the way in the leading goalscorer chart alongside both Tom Ince and Craig Mackail Smith who also have four.

Becchio is the only player in the championship to have scored five or more in all competitions in the Championship.

All competititons
Luciano Becchio 5
Ross McCormack 2
Tom Lees 2
Luke Varney 1
David Norris 1
Sam Byram 1
Rodolph Austin 1
El Hadji Diouf 1


Shooting

Most shots - Top five
Ross McCormack 13
Rodolph Austin 13
Luciano Becchio 10
Sam Byram 6
David Norris 6


On Target -
Luciano Becchio 8
Rodolph Austin 7
Ross McCormack 4
David Norris 4
El Hadji Diouf 3
Luke Varney 3


Off target
Ross McCormack 8
Sam Byram 6
Rodolph Austin 4
Five players on two


Hit Woodwork
Rodolph Austin 2
Ross McCormack 1


Total shots - In championship
41 - Only six clubs have had less shots than Leeds so far this season in the championship.

Brighton have had the most with 63 whilst Crystal Palace have had the least with 31.


Assists
Only Jamie Ward (Derby) and Tom Ince (Blackpool) -both four, have had more assists than Ross McCormack - three, in the Championship so far this season.

Ross McCormack 4
El Hadji Diouf 2
Luke Varney 2
Rodolph Austin 1
Adam Drury 1
Aidan White 1


Discipline

Fouls - Championship
61 - Leeds have committed more fouls than any other club in the championship so far this season.

Sheffield Wednesday and Blackburn Rovers are next in the foul play league, both with 53.

Yellow cards
Luke Varney 3
Aidan White 2
Luciano Becchio 1
Tom Lees 1
Adam Drury 1
Sam Byram 1
Lee Peltier 1

One match ban for five yellow cards picked up on or before December 31st
Two match ban for ten yellow cards picked up on or before April 6th
Three match ban for fifteen yellow cards picked up at any time during the season.


Players Used
21

Appearances
Jason Pearce 6
Rodolph Austin 6
Lee Peltier 5
David Norris 5
Ross McCormack 5
Luciano Becchio 5
Paddy Kenny 5
Luke Varney 5
3 players on four


Attendances - Championship
High Blackburn Rovers 24411
Only three clubs have had a higher attendance so far this season. Derby County 27437 v Sheffield Wednesday, Brighton 25518 v Cardiff and Sheffield Wednesday 25379 v Birmingham City.

Low Wolves 23745

Average 24078
Only Sheffield Wednesday (25065) and Brighton and Hove Albion (25056) have a higher average attendance.

Both of Leeds opponents on the road so far this season (Blackpool and Peterborough United) have had their highest home attendance of the season when Leeds have visited.

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Date:Sunday September 9 2012

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