Championship

Here's every Championship club's most impressive player so far this season - featuring Leeds United, Sheffield Wednesday & more

The international break is always a good opportunity to assess the early stages of the seasons, and the 2019/20 Championship campaign is already shaping up to be a classic.

Here's who statistics website WhoScored have rated - after compiling a hefty chunk of match data for every Championship player - as every club's most impressive player so far this season. Click and scroll through the gallery to see each team's top performer...

The 21-year-old has settled nicely into second tier football after joining from Danish side Horsens, and has looked a force to reckoned with in defence.

1. Barnsley - Mads Anderson

The 21-year-old has settled nicely into second tier football after joining from Danish side Horsens, and has looked a force to reckoned with in defence.
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The Blues recruited heavily over the summer, but it's been last season's signing who's been impressing of late. He even bagged the winning goal on the opening day against Brentford with a thunderous header.

2. Birmingham City - Kristian Pedersen

The Blues recruited heavily over the summer, but it's been last season's signing who's been impressing of late. He even bagged the winning goal on the opening day against Brentford with a thunderous header.
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Another defender here, the 30-year-old has made a strong start to the season. His efforts helped Rovers secure three clean sheets on the bounce last month.

3. Blackburn Rovers - Elliot Bennett

Another defender here, the 30-year-old has made a strong start to the season. His efforts helped Rovers secure three clean sheets on the bounce last month.
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He's been on fire, and is Brentford's best with four goals. Powerhouse defender Pontus Jansson was a close second, due to the Bees' stellar defensive work.

4. Brentford - Ollie Watkins

He's been on fire, and is Brentford's best with four goals. Powerhouse defender Pontus Jansson was a close second, due to the Bees' stellar defensive work.
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