League Two teams ranked by most passes 2023-24 – 29.01.24

League Two teams ranked by most passes 2023-24

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Which team will finish the season as the top ranked by most passes in League Two? Which team have made the most passes so far this season? And how many? Let’s find out!

Statistics are used for a variety of different reasons within professional football today. Stats refer to football player or football team’s accomplishments throughout any given game. For instance, during games, statisticians keep track of goals, saves, tackles, interceptions, passes, dribbles, shots, aerial duels won, blocked shots, fouls, key passes, assists, offsides, clearances, yellow cards, red cards, pass success percentages, possessions, etc., to create stats sheets to follow the players’ or team’s progress. Individual or team statistics can have a great bearing on playing time, game outcome, team selections and rankings, and more.

Based on the most recent football statistics and records, we have compiled a comprehensive post listing the League Two teams ranked by most passes.

This statistical article brings you the League Two teams ranked by most passes of the season so far. Let’s see!

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League Two teams ranked by most passes 2023-24

# Team Passes
1. Notts Co. 16607
2. Crawley 13332
3. Milton Keynes Dons 13143
4. Swindon 13083
5. Stockport County 12878
6. Mansfield 12547
7. Salford City 11971
8. Gillingham 11533
9. Harrogate Town 11485
10. Forest Green 11478
11. Crewe 11464
12. Colchester 11413
13. Wrexham 11182
14. Bradford 11167
15. Doncaster 10986
16. Tranmere 10832
17. Barrow 10595
18. Grimsby 10574
19. AFC Wimbledon 10133
20. Accrington 9642
21. Newport 9430
22. Walsall 8498
23. Morecambe 8458
24. Sutton United 8065

A list of the League Two teams ranked by most passes.

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Pass – Any intentional played ball from one football player to another. Passes include open play passes, goal kicks, corners and free kicks played as pass – but exclude crosses, goalkeeper throws and throw-ins.

The success of a football team depends a lot on the individual players making up that team. However, not all positions on a team are the same and there are significant differences in the style of game being played in different leagues. It is therefore important to take into account both the position and the league when evaluating individual football players or football teams.

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Ottawa-born expert for statistical analysis and avid fan of Canadian football. Lucas Blanc has written for various French football portals and now he writes for World Football Rumours. He is a professional sports writer. Lucas has lived in three continents – North America, Australia and Europe. The languages that he knows are French, English, German, Italian and Spanish.

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