Ahead of the clash between the pair at Elland Road, we’ve calculated the Whites and their top-flight rivals’ current shots-per-goal ratio.
This comes courtesy of data from Wyscout, which has allowed us to work out how many shots it takes Marcelo Bielsa’s men on average before they find the back of the net.
We divided the number of shots each club has registered in the league by the number of goals they have scored so far this season.
And it’s safe to say – it’s fairly encouraging viewing for Leeds United:
1. 20th - Sheffield United - 13.6
The Blades have registered 191 shots at goal - third lowest in the Premier League - and scored 14, one above Burnley.
2. 19th - Fulham - 13.6
The joint-worst shots-per-goal ratio in the Premier League. 232 shots has brought just 17 goals.
3. 18th - Burnley - 13
Burnley, the lowest scorers in the Premier League, are averaging a goal every 13 shots with 13 goals from 169 attempts.
4. 17th - Wolverhampton Wanderers - 10.7
Wolves have surprisingly struggled in the Premier League this season. Nuno Espirito Santo's men have scored 23 goals from 246 shots.
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