Phil Hay's player ratings: How Leeds United's squad have rated on average this season

The Championship table as it stands in mid-February ranks Leeds United as the best team in the league and several of Marcelo Bielsa’s counterparts have admitted that few other sides come close. “They’ve got everything you need to get promoted,” said Middlesbrough’s Tony Pulis last week. “I’ve been really impressed.”

By Phil Hay
Saturday, 16th February 2019, 11:37 am
Updated Saturday, 16th February 2019, 11:42 am
Leeds United ratings
Leeds United ratings

Leeds’ player-of-the-year award is shaping up to be the most competitive in years but which members of Bielsa’s squad have shone most consistently under him? Here are the average scores taken from match marks given by the YEP’s chief football writer, Phil Hay, during the 32 league games so far. The tally takes into account every start and every substitute appearance of half-an-hour or more:

6.37/10 (27 appearances)
6.25/10 (four appearances)
6/10 (one appearance)
6.33/10 (24 appearances)
6.75/10 (eight appearances)
7.27/10 (23 appearances)
7.08/10 (25 appearances)
7/10 (two appearances)
6.4/10 (22 appearances)
6.52/10 (32 appearances)
6.5/10 (two appearances)
6/10 (10 appearances)
7.33/10 (three appearances)
7/10 (one appearance)
7.19/10 (29 appearances)
6.37/10 (19 appearances)
4.75/10 (four appearances)
6.43/10 (32 appearances)
7.30/10 (24 appearances)
6.72/10 (18 appearances)
6.05/10 (18 appearances)
6.66/10 (15 appearances)
6.08/10 (12 appearances)
6.85/10 (26 appearances)
6.2/10 (five appearances)