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Andrew Tibot 6th Jan 2016 - 18:44

Championship Opta Facts - 12-13 Jan

Blackburn v QPR

Blackburn are unbeaten in their last nine matches with QPR in all competitions, winning five and drawing four.

QPR have scored just one first half goal in their last 14 matches, although they've not conceded any in this run either.

Three of the four 90th minute league goals QPR have conceded this season have resulted in a defeat.

Jordan Rhodes has found the net in just one of his last 10 league games for Blackburn.

Jamie Mackie has scored two goals in his last two league appearances against Blackburn for QPR.

QPR have dropped the most points from leading positions in the Championship this season (17).


Brentford v Middlesbrough

Brentford have lost their last eight league and play-off matches against Middlesbrough.

Middlesbrough won the reverse fixture 3-1, with Cristhian Stuani netting his first brace in English league football.

Middlesbrough have kept eight clean sheets in a row; the current longest run in the top four tiers of English Football.

The Bees have won five of their last seven home league games, losing and drawing one each.

Boro have conceded just 12 goals so far this season; a league-low.

Alan Judge has scored or assisted a higher share of Brentford's goals this term than any other player (46%).


Bristol City v Preston

Bristol City are winless in their last five matches against Preston, losing two (D3).

Preston scored exactly one goal in each of those aforementioned matches, conceding three in the process.

The Robins have kept just one shutout in their last 12 home league meetings with Preston (3-0 in April 2008).

Joe Garner has committed more fouls than any other Championship player this season (56).

Adam Reach has created more chances without providing an assist than any other player this season (29 chances for PNE & M'boro).

Jonathan Kodjia has been directly involved in a higher share of his team's goals than any other Championship player this season (50%).


Derby v Reading

Derby have won as many games against Reading in their last three league meetings (2) as they did in their previous 15 combined.

Reading have won six of their last seven meetings with Derby at the iPro (L1), including each of the last four.

Chris Martin has netted just one goal in his last 11 league appearances for the Rams.

Nick Blackman has scored 11 league goals for Reading this season; equalling his previous highest total for most goals in a single campaign along with 2012/13.

Derby County have posted the best passing accuracy figure in the Championship in 2015/16 (79.4%).

Reading have fired in the most shots (290) and shots on target (120) in the Championship this season. However, they've netted just 30 goals; a total that 10 teams have bettered so far.


Huddersfield v Charlton

Huddersfield won the reverse fixture 2-1 at the Valley in September courtesy of goals from Harry Bunn and Emyr Huws.

Charlton have won just two of their last eight league meetings with the Terriers (D3 L3).

Huddersfield have won three of their last five matches in league competition (D1 L1), this after winning only one of the previous eight.

The Addicks are without a win in eight, losing four and drawing four.

Nahki Wells has had a hand in more league goals for Huddersfield this season than any other player (10 - eight goals, two assists).

No Championship side has conceded more goals from corners this season than Charlton (10); a joint-high with Fulham.


Ipswich v Leeds

The Tractor Boys have won six of their last eight home matches against Leeds in league competition (D1 L1).

Leeds have gone six games without keeping a clean sheet against Ipswich.

The Whites are currently enjoying a seven-game unbeaten run, winning three and drawing four.

After scoring six goals in three matches, Daryl Murphy has since netted just once in his last seven league appearances.

Chris Wood has been directly involved in 38% of Leeds' goals this season; more than any other player at the club.

Ipswich have completed just 61.8% of their passes this season; a Championship-low.


MK Dons v Burnley

MK Dons have won back to back home league games for the first time since May 2015.

Burnley have won all three of their meetings with MK Dons in all competitions by a 2-1 scoreline.

The Clarets are without an away win in five attempts, losing the last two (D3).

Andre Gray has netted four goals in his last four league appearances.

MK Dons have scored a league-low two goals from set-pieces (inc. penalties) this term.

Burnley are the only Championship side yet to drop a point from leading positions this season.


Nottm Forest v Birmingham

Dexter Blackstock has scored three goals in three starts against Birmingham City for Nottm Forest, including the winner in the reverse fixture in September.

Birmingham have conceded exactly one goal in five of their last six matches with Forest, keeping a clean sheet in the other (W3 D1 L2).

Jamie Ward has attempted the most shots without scoring in the second tier this season (40).

The Blues have won three of their last four in the league, after going five matches without a win previously.

David Vaughan has made more tackles than any other player in the Championship this season (104).

The Tricky Trees have recovered a league-high 11 points from losing positions this term.


Rotherham v Brighton

Rotherham have won only one of their last eight matches versus Brighton in league competition (D2 L5).

Brighton have shipped just six goals across their last 11 meetings with Rotherham and never more than once in this run.

Rotherham have gone 13 games without a draw, winning four and losing nine.

The Seagulls are winless in six and have failed to score in each of the last four (D3 L3).

Only Andre Gray (5) has scored more match-winning goals in the Championship this season than Brighton's Tomer Hemed (4).

The Millers have used the most players so far this season (31).


Sheff Wed v Bolton

The Owls have recorded just one win from their last 10 league meetings with the Trotters (D3 L6).

Bolton have won their last four games versus Sheffield Wednesday at Hillsborough. Indeed, Bolton had won only four of their previous 28 trips to Hillsborough.

Sheffield Wednesday have gone nine games a without defeat on home soil, winning six.

Fernando Forestieri has scored four league goals in his last four appearances.

The Trotters have won just three points on the road this season, a league-low.

Bolton have the worst shot conversion rate in the Championship in 2015/16 (7.7%).


Wolves v Fulham

Wolves have won their last three matches against Fulham without conceding.

Fulham are winless in each of their last eight matches at Molineux, losing six (D2).

The Black Country side have won three on the bounce for the first time since August.

Adam Le Fondre has scored in each of his last two appearances against Fulham.

The Whites have conceded more goals from set-pieces (incl. penalties) than any other Championship team this season (17).

Fulham's Moussa Dembele and Ross McCormack have combined to score five goals this season; more than any other Championship partnership.


Hull v Cardiff

Hull have lost only one of their last seven against Cardiff in the league, winning four.

Cardiff have kept only one clean sheet in their last nine visits to Hull - February 2011, 2-0.

Robert Snodgrass has scored in three of his last five appearances against the Bluebirds.

Last time out, Joe Mason netted his sixth goal of the season; surpassing his goal total for 2014/15 (5).

The Tigers have won six of their last seven league games at the KC Stadium (L1).

Hull City have seen 16 different players find the back of the net for them this season; a league-high.


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