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A look at the stats so far in the Guinness PRO14 championship

(Pictured, from left: Johnny McNicholl. Craig Barry, Luhandre Luus, George Horne, Charles Piutau. Pic. INPHO.ie)
AS teams from the Guinness PRO14 prepare for European action the Opta team rankings after 10 Rounds have been released. Munster have not topped any of the categories but scrum coach Jerry Flannery will be happy with the 93% success.
The introduction of the Conference format to the Championship has produced a highly-competitive campaign which is illustrated in the team rankings. All 14 teams feature across nine categories with the Toyota Cheetahs and Zebre both leading two categories each with Ulster, Ospreys, Scarlets, Glasgow Warriors and Edinburgh leading the others.
Glasgow Warriors, who currently top Conference A with 10 wins from 10, appear in eight of the nine categories which represents their dominance – the 2015 Champions have won eight of their games with a bonus point.
Leinster, Munster, Scarlets, Toyota Cheetahs and Zebre are next in line featuring in five categories which all points to the strength of the Guinness PRO14 across each of the competing nations.
Scrum Succcess
Toyota Cheetahs 96%
Benetton Rugby 96%
Southern Kings 96%
Glasgow Warriors 94%
Munster 93%
Lineout Success
Ospreys 93%
Cardiff Blues 93%
Scarlets 92%
Toyota Cheetahs 91%
Munster 89%
Tackle Success
Edinburgh 90%
Ospreys 89%
Munster 89%
Glasgow Warriors 89%
Dragons 89%
Cardiff Blues 89%
Turnovers Won
Scarlets 83
Cardiff Blues 69
Benetton Rugby 63
Zebre 60
Leinster 60
Glasgow Warriors 60
Edinburgh 60
Lineout Steals
Toyota Cheetahs 27
Connacht 16
Leinster 16
Munster 15
Glasgow Warriors 14
Edinburgh 14
Breaks
Ulster 113
Glasgow Warriors 111
Zebre 107
Toyota Cheetahs 96
Scarlets 93
Offloads
Zebre 124
Scarlets 123
Glasgow Warriors 123
Connacht 119
Munster 118
Defenders Beaten
Zebre 212
Leinster 209
Glasgow Warriors 205
Ulster 196
Scarlets 194
Metres Gained
Glasgow Warriors 5,156
Ulster 4,773
Zebre 4,378
Leinster 4,296
Toyota Cheetahs 4,108

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