The Fulham trio of Aleksander Mitrovic, Tom Cairney and Ivan Cavaleiro have been named as the most productive with the most goal involvements during the current EFL Championship, with trios from QPR, West Brom and Preston North End not far behind, according to Playmakerstats.
📈 Most productive Championship trios (2019/20):
23⚽: 💥Cairney-Cavaleiro-Mitrovic (Fulham)💥
19⚽: Eze-Hugill-Wells (QPR), Diangana-Pereira-Phillips (WBA)
18⚽: Harrop-Gallagher-Johnson (Preston)#FFC @FulhamFC pic.twitter.com/z2S8wKCoNl
— playmakerstats (@playmaker_EN) October 16, 2019
Fulham lead the way with 23 goals, Mitrovic having scored eight for Fulham this campaign, while central midfielder Cairney has scored five and laid on three for his team-mates. Winger Cavaleiro, who signed for the club from Wolverhampton Wanderers in the summer, has notched four goals and set up three goals for the side so far this campaign.
Four goals behind Fulham with 19 goals are the QPR trio, with Eberechi Eze, Jordan Hugill and Nahki Wells providing QPR’s most dangerous attack so far this season.
Joint level with QPR are the West Brom trio who have also been in flying form so far this season, with loan winger Grady Diangana, Matheus Pereira and Matt Phillips being the most dangerous attack that the Baggies manager Slaven Bilic has available to him.
Following in fourth place is Preston North End, which is a midfield trio who have been banging in the goals and creating the assists as the trio come to a combined total of 18 thanks to Josh Harrop, Daniel Johnson and Paul Gallagher.
Fulham’s attacking trio named in the article consistently put in the performances for Fulham and have been dangerous all season long, and don’t look like slowing down with their performances just yet as they look to bounce straight back up to the Premier League.