Lee leads official player ratings

IPSWICH Town striker Alan Lee is sitting pretty at the top of The Actim Index, the official player ratings system of the Coca-Cola Championship, after becoming the first man to claim a double century of Actim points this season.

IPSWICH Town striker Alan Lee is sitting pretty at the top of The Actim Index, the official player ratings system of the Coca-Cola Championship, after becoming the first man to claim a double century of Actim points this season.

The Portman Road hotshot helped himself to 65 points following the clashes against Preston and Burnley, netting in both games, and climbing above Sheffield United's James Beattie into first place with 201 points.

Lee has netted five times this season from just 14 shots on target and is averaging 22 points per appearance for Jim Magilton's men.

The Republic of Ireland international is one of six Town stars currently residing in the top 100.

Analysis of all Championship games is taking place throughout the season.

Jonathan Walters is ranked 20th and sixth ranked striker with 145 points, Jason De Vos is 23rd and eighth ranked defender with 137 points, Dan Harding is 41st and 15th ranked defender with 126 points and Pablo Counago is 98th and 24th ranked striker on 98 points.

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