Nahki Wells14 Goals 2 Assists 91 Mins per Goal

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Bradford City have made a solid start to the season recording 30 points from their opening 20 matches. This has been partly down to the sublime form of Nahki Wells who has netted an incredible 14 goals in just 16 league appearances. The Bermudan striker currently averages a goal every 91 minutes in the league contributing 42% of Bradford’s goals in league one so far, a stunning accolade. He is the third highest scoring player across the four divisions currently only behind Luis Suarez and Ross McCormack. The bantams have only lost four times in the league and two of these were when Wells was side-lined due to an ankle injury, it is clear that Bradford’s most important business is keeping hold of the striker in January.

 

Dave Mooney13 Goals 3 Assists 126 Mins per Goal

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Leyton Orient have been the real surprise package this season and currently find themselves a point clear at the top of the table. Mooney is having an outstanding season and currently sits just one goal behind Nahki Wells, many feel the partnership with Kevin Lisbie has been the key to his success. The Irish forward only managed five goals in each of his last two seasons in league one so to have 13 after 19 appearances this season reiterates how well Orient are playing as a team. The 29-year-old is currently serving a three-match-ban which will is a real set-back for Slade, fortunately however he will return for Wolves away on the 29th of this month.

 

 

 

Callum Wilson13 Goals 5 Assists 136 Mins per Goal

Coventry Telegraph

Coventry Telegraph

One thing is for certain with Coventry City this season is that they are the perfect team for the neutral, during their opening 20 league games they have netted 43 times whilst shipping 36 goals at the back. The sky blues are yet to have a goalless draw in the division this season and their fixtures produce an average of almost four goals a game. Wilson scored his first professional penalty at the weekend against Crewe Alexandra ending his run of three league games without a goal. Coventry did have a rather unsuspected wobble during November losing to Tranmere Rovers and Rotherham United at Sixfields and will be hoping Wilson, Leon Clarke and Franck Moussa can fire them into the play-offs, the trio have netted 32 goals in league one so far.


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Alex is League 1 editor and a season ticket holder at Wolverhampton Wanderers. He recently graduated in Sports Journalism and has a real passion for writing. A fan of all levels of football from the Conference all the way to the Premier League, often spotted at local club Kidderminster Harriers enjoying the fantastic atmosphere a packed Aggborough can produce. Twitter: @AlexClarke99