Comparative Stats Ahead of Saturday Afternoon's Clash Sky Blues vs Queens Park Ranger

Overall Record

In anticipation of the upcoming away match for the Sky Blues against Queens Park Rangers, let’s examine some key comparative statistics. Looking at the overall record between the two teams, CCFC has won 50 matches, while there have been 31 draws and 45 victories for QPR.

23/24 League Goals Scored

When it comes to scoring goals in the current league season, QPR has netted 7 goals, whereas CCFC has scored 12.

23/24 League Goals Conceded

Defensive performances are also crucial, and QPR has conceded 12 goals so far this season, narrowly edging out CCFC’s 11 goals conceded.

23/24 League Clean Sheets

Both teams have managed to secure 2 clean sheets each in the league this season, highlighting their defensive capabilities.

Top Goalscorer

QPR’s top goalscorer is Jack Colback, with 2 goals to his name. Colback boasts an impressive rate of 0.78 goals per 90 minutes and scores a goal every 115 minutes on average. Additionally, he has converted 100% of his 2 shots and maintains a perfect shot accuracy rate. On the other hand, CCFC’s leading goalscorer is Matty Godden, who has scored 5 goals. Godden maintains a rate of 0.69 goals per 90 minutes, finding the back of the net every 131 minutes on average. He has taken 21 shots with a 29% goal conversion rate and a shot accuracy of 71%.

Top Assists

Ilias Chair stands out as QPR’s key playmaker, providing 2 assists. Chair has created 10 chances, averaging 1.25 chances per 90 minutes. He has completed 220 passes out of 271, maintaining a pass accuracy rate of 81%. CCFC’s Haji Wright also has 2 assists to his name, creating 4 chances at a rate of 0.44 per 90 minutes. Wright has completed 57 out of 82 passes, which results in a pass accuracy of 70%.

23/24 League Shots per Goal

QPR has averaged 8.4 shots per goal throughout the season, while CCFC has taken 12.8 shots to find the back of the net.

23/24 League Discipline

In terms of discipline, both teams have accumulated 18 yellow cards. However, QPR has received 1 red card compared to CCFC’s clean disciplinary record.

23/24 League Possession

When it comes to possession, CCFC holds the advantage, boasting 52% possession compared to QPR’s 35.8%.

23/24 Short Passes Per Game

CCFC also leads in short passes per game, averaging 438, while QPR’s average stands at 245.

23/24 Long Passes Per Game

In terms of long passes, QPR has attempted more with an average of 73 per game, while CCFC averages 51.

23/24 Pass Completion

CCFC showcases better pass completion, with an impressive 82.9%, compared to QPR’s 70.8%.

23/24 Dribbles Per Game

QPR demonstrates more dribbling prowess, averaging 10.4 dribbles per game, whereas CCFC manages 7.

23/24 Aerial Duals Won Per Game

QPR has an edge in aerial duels won per game, securing an average of 15.8, while CCFC stands at 12.9.

23/24 Tackles Per Game

CCFC excels when it comes to tackling, averaging 17.8 tackles per game, whereas QPR maintains a rate of 15.4.

23/24 Shots Per Game

CCFC continues to dominate in shots per game, averaging 12.8, while QPR trails with 8.4.

23/24 Shots Conceded Per Game

QPR has faced more shots per game, conceding an average of 15, whereas CCFC deals with 13.3 shots per game.

Longest Serving Player

The longest serving player for QPR is Ilias Chair, having been with the team since January 2017. As for CCFC, Liam Kelly holds the distinction, having signed with the team in July 2017.

Referee – Tom Nield

Tom Nield will officiate the match as the referee. He has overseen one Championship game so far this season, averaging 20 fouls called per game. Additionally, he maintains a fouls-tackles ratio of 0.51. Nield has issued 3 yellow cards but has yet to show a red card in the matches he has refereed.

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