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Bundesliga Play-offs 2022/2023 Table

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Bundesliga Play-offs Statistics (2022/2023)

VfB Stuttgart Team Logo
Most Goals6 VfB Stuttgart
Hamburger SV Team Logo
Most Goals Conceded6 Hamburger SV
VfB Stuttgart Team Logo
Most Cleansheets1 VfB Stuttgart
VfB Stuttgart Team Logo
Most Corners10 VfB Stuttgart

Scoring Minutes

28%
0%
0%
42%
14%
14%
0-15
15-30
30-45
45-60
60-75
75-90

Cards

YellowYellow Icontotal / avg14 / 7
RedRed Icontotal / avg1 / 0.5
YellowRedYellowRed Icontotal / avg0 / 0

Bundesliga Play-offs Top Players

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Germany Bundesliga Play-offs season 2022/2023

There are 2 teams competing in Germany's Bundesliga Play-offs and 2 matches in this season, out of which 2 are already played as of February 28 2024.

Attacking

Overall, 7 goals were scored (average 3.5 per match) and Enzo Millot is the top scorer in Bundesliga Play-offs, with 2 goals. The team which scored the most goals so far is VfB Stuttgart - 6 goals. The player with most assists in Bundesliga Play-offs this season is Borna Sosa with 2 assists.

Defending

So far, the team with the most conceded goals is Hamburger SV (6 conceded goals) while VfB Stuttgart is the club with the best clean sheets record (1). Florian Müller is the goalkeeper who gets the record for most clean sheets (1).

Discipline

The number of yellow cards shown so far in Bundesliga Play-offs is 14, which makes an average of 7 yellow cards per match. Red cards count is 1 (0.5 per match) while yellow-red cards were shown 0 times, an average of 0 per match.

All these statistics are updated after each round on Scoreaxis.com and you can also check Bundesliga Play-offs live scores, updated each minute when matches are live.

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