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Six Nations 2024: Key statistics after round 2

England's George Ford leads the total points chart with 23 points, closely followed by Finn Russell and Jack Crowley, both making significant contributions to their respective teams. Ford's accuracy and consistency with the boot are proving invaluable, while Russell's all-around playmaking skills and Crowley's successful conversions, where he tops the chart with 7, have kept their teams in competitive stead.

Try-Savvy forwards and backs

Dan Sheehan, with 3 tries, has shown an impressive nose for the try-line, leading the pack among the try scorers. His teammate Calvin Nash also boasts 3 tries, underscoring Ireland's formidable attacking edge. The statistics also nod to the agility and speed of players like Duhan van der Merwe and Alex Mann, who have made their mark with multiple tries.

The assist kings

Playmakers are also getting their due recognition, with Matthieu Jalibert and Stuart McCloskey setting up their teammates with key assists. Their vision and distribution skills have been central to breaking defenses and creating scoring opportunities.

Gains on the ground

The metres gained and carried statistics highlight the dynamic backline prowess, with James Lowe and Cameron Winkett covering significant ground, making them critical to their team's territorial advances. Lowe's 156.8 metres gained tops the chart, showcasing his ability to pierce through defenses and create momentum for his team.

Defensive giants

On the defensive side, the ruck arrivals of Ben Earl and Gregory Alldritt, with 26 and 24 arrivals respectively, reflect their work rate and commitment to securing possession. Tommy Reffell's presence is felt in the breakdown steals, where he leads with 5, a testament to his ability to disrupt opposition ball.

Dominance in the air

The lineout takes and steals offer insight into the set-piece superiority, with Dafydd Jenkins and Tadhg Beirne both making significant impacts in the air. Their ability to secure possession or disrupt the opponent's throw-ins is a strategic advantage for their teams. As the tournament progresses, these individual statistics will undoubtedly play a vital role in the success of the Six Nations teams. The emerging statistical leaders are not just contributing individually but are also elevating the performance of their teams, setting the stage for a thrilling continuation of the Six Nations 2024.