STAT ATTACK: Twelve interesting stats from the season so far

Where do Cobblers rank for shots on target? Who's the dirtiest team in League Two? Which Town player has made more blocks than anyone else?

Monday, 30th September 2019, 8:10 pm
Cobblers gather for a pre-match huddle. Picture: Pete Norton

Find out the answers to these questions and more with our look at the most telling statistics of the season so far...

Minutes Cobblers have spent in the lead this season, more than anyone else in League Two. Next best are Swindon with 336.
Cobblers' average possession per game, the fourth lowest in the division. Forest Green Rovers are top with 56.7%.

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Points Cobblers have lost from goals conceded in the 87th minute or later this season. One each against Bradford and Macclesfield, two against both Morecambe and Crawley.
Cobblers' pass success rate, the second-lowest in the division, above only Newport County. Again Forest Green are top with 79.6%.
Yellow cards received by Cobblers players, the joint most alongside Oldham Athletic.
Goals Cobblers have scored from set-pieces. Only two teams - Grimsby and Salford - have scored more.
Cobblers rank 6th in League Two for shots on target. Crewe are top with 65. For total shots, Town are down in 18th with 133. Crawley lead the way on 190.
Blocks made by Cobblers captain Charlie Goode this season, the most of any player in League Two.
Shots the Cobblers have conceded per game, the highest figure across League Two.
Cobblers have scored nine goals and conceded four in the first-half of matches but that record flips to 5-8 in the second-half, the second biggest disparity in the division.
Clearances made by Charlie Goode, the most of any player.
Cobblers are unbeaten in their last four matches, only two teams are currently on a longer run - Forest Green and Cheltenham.