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Goalscorers into double figures - 2022/23


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Four players scoring ten (or more) goals doesn't seem that big a deal, but it rarely happens. 

We last did it in 2006-07 - Deon Burton (13), Steve MacLean (13), Marcus Tudgay (11) and Chris Brunt (10). 

Prior to that it was the 90-91 glory season - David Hirst (32), Paul Williams (17), John Sheridan (12) and Nigel Pearson (12). 

And the one before that, 85-86 - Lee Chapman (15), Brian Marwood (15), Carl Shutt (13) and Mel Sterland (11). 

So, as you can see, it is that big a deal. 

For this thread I take the very simplistic calculation of goals scored in the number of games we've had so far and assume that the players will score at the same ratio in the remaining games. 
 

For the first time since I started this quest on OO, in Gregory, Windass, Smith and Wilks we have four players who seem well capable of reaching the milestone.

Dele-Bashiru leads the way with three goals after eight games, with at least another 45 games to come he’s on course for a final season tally of 20.

Windass, Adeniran and Palmer all have two goals, giving them a projected 13.

Our single scorers, Johnson, Bakinson, Byers, Bannan, Brown and Gregory should end the season on seven.

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Six goals in the last four games - three for Smith, two for Byers, one for Windass. It puts them all level with Dele-Bashiru as our leading scorers on three.

With 12 league and cup games played so far, and at least 41 to come, they have an end of season projected total of 13. 

Adeniran and Palmer on two are on for another seven, whilst our single scorers (Johnson, Brown, Bannan, Bakinson and Gregory) should end the season on four.

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1 hour ago, cheat said:

Six goals in the last four games - three for Smith, two for Byers, one for Windass. It puts them all level with Dele-Bashiru as our leading scorers on three.

With 12 league and cup games played so far, and at least 41 to come, they have an end of season projected total of 13. 

Adeniran and Palmer on two are on for another seven, whilst our single scorers (Johnson, Brown, Bannan, Bakinson and Gregory) should end the season on four.

Where did you get 3 goals for Smith from, he has only scored 2 all season

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There have been ten goals in the five games since the last update, with nine of them coming from Wednesday players.

Paterson and Bannan got two each with Wilks, Vaulks, Palmer, Windass and Dele-Bashiru getting the others.

Windass and Dele-Bashiru are our leading goalscorers on four each. With those having come from our 17 league and cup games so far, they should get another eight from our minimum remaining 36.

Bannan, Palmer, Byers and Smith all have three goals, with a projected end of season tally of nine.

Paterson and Adeniran have two to their names and are expected to get a further four, whilst our single scorers should end the season with three.

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There have been five goals in the last three games. Three have come from Gregory putting him alongside Windass and Dele-Bashiru as joint lead scorers on four goals. It means that they are all on course to hit the milestone with an expected end of season tally of 11. 
 

Paterson’s goal in the Papa Johns dead rubber moves him onto three for the season and a projected tally of eight, along with our other three goal scorers, Bannan, Palmer, Byers, and Smith.

The other goal was from debutant Trueman, again in the Papa Johns game, and you would assume that’ll be his only goal of the season, but the equation used for this gives him an expected total of three along with all our other single goalscorers. 
 

Adeniran on two, should end up with five.

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Five goals in the last two games. Smith got two of them to move him onto five for the season, Bannan, Wilks, and Dele-Bashiru got the others. Dele-Bashiru joins Smith on five as joint leading scorer, and the pair of them are on course to finish the campaign on 12.

Also on course for double figures are Bannan, Gregory and Windass who should end the season on 10.

So, we actually have five players currently on course, which I don’t think has happened since I first started this quest several seasons ago.

Patterson, Palmer and Byers are projected to finish on seven, Wilks and Adeniran on five, and our single scorers on two.

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Five goals in the last four games; two each for Windass and Mighten, and a first Wednesday goal for McGuinness. 
 

Windass is now the leading scorer on six and is projected to end the season on 12.

With five to their name so far Smith and Dele-Bashiru are also on course to reach double figures as they are expected to end the season on 11.

They are the only players on target for double figures, as Bannan and Gregory are on course for eight, Patterson, Palmer and Byers six, Wilks, Adeniran and Mighten four, and our single scorers two.

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