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Posted Monday, November 16th 2020

Numbers game: The 2020/21 season so far

It's been a positive three months for Dean Holden's men, who find themselves competing at the top end of the Championship.

They will come out of the international break fifth in the table ahead of a home match against Derby County - exclusively live on Robins TV - this Saturday (November 21st, 3pm KO).

The Robins have secured 20 points - just two behind table toppers Reading - thanks to a five-game unbeaten run. But as the injuries set in, so too did some patchy results though City would pick up maximum points from their final two games ahead of the latest break.

As players recover from respective injuries, the break may well be a blessing with a busy fixture list ahead. There are 11 games between now and the new year alone, with 2021 and the race for promotion peeping around the corner.

Here we break down the statistics from City's 2020/21 season so far, ahead of all the action to come! The following stats apply to Sky Bet Championship only, unless marked by asterisk to include Carabao Cup. 

TEAM STATS

  • Shots: 110
  • Goals*: 21 
  • Total passes: 4.503
  • Key passes: 86
  • Aerials won: 510
  • Tackles: 139
  • Interceptions: 132
  • Clearances: 191
  • Saves: 27
Finding consistency: Jamie Paterson

Key performer: Jamie Paterson

  • Goals*: 4
  • Assists: 2
  • Shots: 15
  • Aerials won: 13
  • Clearances: 3
  • Passes: 339
  • Man of the Match: 2
  • Opta rating: 7.07
First team run delight: Antoine Semenyo

ON THE BALL

  • Most passes: Zak Vyner 500
  • Key passes: Paterson 23
  • Most assists*: Antoine Semenyo 5

DEFENSIVE DUTIES

  • Most tackles: Vyner 14
  • Most interceptions: Taylor Moore 18
  • Most clearances: Vyner 29

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