Aaron Mooy has made 11 tackles in Huddersfield Town's opening pair of fixtures - more than any other player in the Championship.
The Australian has won seven of those challenges as well as winning 15 of the 21 50-50s he has been involved in.
Mooy's contribution takes Huddersfield Town to the top of the tackling table, with the Terriers putting in 53 tackles in the two league matches they have played so far.
Birmingham City are the only other side to have made more than 40 tackles in the second tier so far, but their 46 challenges is still a distance behind Town.
The Blues have won the same amount of tackles as Huddersfield (38) and the midlands club has a better win ratio in the tackle at 82.6 per cent - Town are tenth in the league in tackling success rate with 71.7 per cent.
Burton Albion have made 31 tackles this campaign, winning 27 of them at a ratio of 87.1 per cent - the best in the top two divisons.
In terms of players, Mooy is followed closely behind by team-mate Chris Lowe who has made 10 challenges this season so far, winning eight of them.
Only Derby County's Will Hughes has hit double figures in terms of tackling this season, winning eight of the 10 he has made.
What is perhaps more telling still is that only six sides have conceded less fouls than Town this term, despite the Terriers putting in many more challenges than the other teams in the Championship.
Blackburn (31), Brentford (32), Burton (31), Newcastle (35), QPR (23) and Wolves (39) have all made significantly fewer tackles than Town, but have given away at least 15 fouls - only eight less than the Terriers.
Town are timing their tackles well and the 53 challenges they have put in have helped guide them to third in the Championship table - only behind Bristol City on alphabetical order.