Michail Antonio seems to be more active than any of the Nottingham Forest players when it comes to trying to score goals.
|Position||Team||Total Shots/Game||Shots on Target/Game||Shots off Target/Game||Goals||Appearances||Mins Played|
It is interesting to note than Henri Lansbury has given more key passes than any of the Forest players, but it is Antonio who has created more big chances.
|Position||Team||Key Passes||Big Chance Created||Appearances||Mins Played|
Britt Assombalonga and Antonio have been two of the best players for Forest so far this season, but both have been guilty of missing some very good chances.
|Position||Team||Big Chance Missed||Appearances||Mins Played|
Only five of the Forest players have directly been responsible for conceding goals, Daniel Fox the chief among them.
|Position||Team||Error Lead To Goal||Appearances||Mins Played|
Midfielder Robert Tesche has made the most number of tackles and won the most as well.
|Position||Team||Total Tackle||Won Tackle||Appearances||Mins Played|
Antonio has attempted and won the most number of dribbles among the Forest players, but interestingly it is Matty Fryatt who is second in the list of attempted dribbles.
|Position||Team||Total Dribbles/Game||Dribbles Won/Game||Appearances||Mins Played|
Former Chelsea defender Michael Mancienne is leading the list of aerial duels won for Forest, having emerged victorious in almost four such challenges per game.
|Position||Team||Aerial Won/Games||Appearances||Mins Played|
Of the outfield players, midfielder Andy Reid has made the most ball recoveries, although he has made only six appearances in the Championship so far this season. Tesche's average of 6.44 per game is quite impressive as he has featured in 18 matches.
|Position||Team||Ball Recovery/Game||Appearances||Mins Played|
In six Championship appearances, Reid has had 67.33 touches per game, while Fox has had 64.44 touches per match.
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