Chelsea's defenders have been involved in more Premier League goals than almost any other defence this season.
Players from the Blues' back line have either scored or set-up 14 league goals this season, with Branislav Ivanovic being the main contributor.
The Serbian defender has four goals and three assists to his name this season according to Opta figures, making him the joint second most prolific defender in the league.
He's also some way ahead of Chelsea's other defender-come-goal-getters.
Cesar Azpilicueta has three assists and no goals, John Terry has three goals and no assists, while Gary Cahill has one goal to his name.
Ahead of Chelsea in terms of defenders getting involved in goals are Everton.
The Toffees' back line have either scored or set-up 16 league goals this season
Second are Chelsea who are followed by Arsenal (13), West Ham, Newcastle and Manchester City (all 12).
Leighton Baines is the most prolific defender with eight assists and two goals.
Ivanovic has been involved in seven goals and is the joint second most prolific defender alongside Daryl Janmaat.
The Newcastle defender has made six assists in the league this season and scored once.
Tottenham's Danny Rose has been involved in six goals, assisting four and scoring two himself, while Aaron Cresswell of West Ham has four assists and one goal to his name.
QPR's defenders have one of the worst records in the league when it comes to being involved in scoring goals.
Only Mauricio Isla with two assists and Steven Caulker with one goal have got in on the act for QPR.
The Hoops are one of just five clubs have had fewer than five goals involve defenders - Manchester United (four), Aston Villa (also four), QPR (three), Hull (three) and Swansea (two).