No team in the 92 has scored more competitive goals than Ipswich Town, with the Blues ranking ahead of Pep Guardiola's Manchester City.

Despite the Cityzens winning the Premier League, the FA Cup and the UEFA Champions League last season, their 102 goals in 2023 have been topped by Kieran McKenna's side, who've scored 104 times per @playmaker_EN.

Behind them are the likes of Barnsley (88), Brighton (82), Middlesbrough (81) and Arsenal (80), all of whom have impressed so far in the calendar year.

Furthermore, Ipswich's 3-2 win against Swansea City has seen them match their club record for home goals scored, having found the back of the net 63 times in 19 league games.

This equals the total that they achieved in both 1956 and 1957 while managed by Sir Alf Ramsey, although the current team have achieved the feat in four fewer games.

McKenna's men still have five home games to play before the end of the calendar year, giving them a chance to score in every league game at Portman Road for the first time since 2004.

Their 2-0 win against Stoke City back in August is the only game in which they've failed to score at least three goals in IP1.