Championship Opta Facts - 13-15 Feb
QPR v Fulham
QPR have won just one of their last nine league clashes with Fulham (D1 L7), failing to score in seven of those matches.
Fulham have won just two of their last 10 away matches against QPR (D2 L6), although those wins have arrived in their last three visits to Loftus Road.
Alex Smithies has kept three clean sheets in his last four league appearances for QPR, while Rob Green failed to keep a shutout in any of his last five games.
Fulham have scored the most goals from outside the area in the Championship this term (12).
QPR have gone five games unbeaten for the second time this season (W2 D3); they've yet to go six without defeat in 2015/16.
Fulham have won just one of their last 15 league matches, losing eight (D6).
Blackburn v Hull
Blackburn have won five and lost none of their last seven home league matches against Hull.
Indeed, Hull have failed to score in four of their last six trips to Ewood Park.
After overseeing wins in three of his first four league games as Blackburn manager, Paul Lambert has failed to win any of his last eight (D4 L4).
Blackburn have scored just four goals in their last nine matches and never more than once in this run in a game.
Blackburn have drawn more games than any other side this season (13), while only Rotherham (4) have drawn fewer than Hull (5).
Abel Hernandez has scored seven goals in his last seven league appearances.
Brighton v Bolton
Brighton have won four of their last five home matches against Bolton in league competition (D1).
Both sides have found the net in each of the seven matches between these two sides in Brighton.
Bobby Zamora's seven goals this season have won Brighton 13 points; a league-high.
Bolton Wanderers have won fewer points away from home than any other team this season (4).
Indeed, the Trotters haven't won an away game in league competition since April 2015 (17 games without one since).
The Seagulls have conceded more headed goals than any other Championship team this term at home (6).
Bristol City v Ipswich
Bristol City have gone seven matches without keeping a clean sheet versus Ipswich Town.
The Tractor Boys have lost only one of their last 11 league games against the Robins (W5 D5).
No Championship side has scored more headed goals this season than Ipswich (12).
Ipswich Town have the worst passing accuracy in the league this season, completing just 62.3% of their passes.
Bristol City have won just 15 points at home this season; a joint-low alongside Charlton.
The Tractor Boys are without a win in three on the road (D1 L2), this after winning five in a row.
Charlton v Cardiff
Charlton have lost just once in their last 10 matches versus Cardiff at the Valley (W4 D5).
Federico Macheda has scored three goals in three appearances against Charlton.
The Addicks are the only side yet to be awarded a penalty this season.
Cardiff have won back-to-back away games for the first time this campaign; they last won three in a row in March 2015.
Charlton's Johann Berg Gudmundsson has provided more assists than any other player this season (9).
Charlton have won just one of their last 13 league matches (D5 L7).
Derby v MK Dons
Derby won the only previous league meeting with MK Dons back in September by three goals to one.
This will be the first league match between these sides at the iPro Stadium.
No Championship player has made more tackles in this Championship campaign than MK Dons' Dean Lewington (110).
Only Blackburn (8) are currently on a longer winless run in the Championship than Derby County (7).
Chris Martin has gone nine league games without a goal for Derby; his longest goal drought for the club.
MK Dons haven't won away from home since the opening day, losing nine and drawing five since then.
Nottm Forest v Huddersfield
Nottm Forest have won five of their last six home league clashes with the Terriers, though did lose the most recent game last April.
Huddersfield have scored more than once in just one of their last 11 league matches against Forest (3-0 in November 2014).
Nottm Forest have gone 13 games unbeaten in the Championship (W6 D7); the current longest run in the division.
Huddersfield have found the back of the net in each of their last 12 games; the current longest run in the league.
Nahki Wells has scored seven goals in his last 10 games (all comps) for Huddersfield.
Nélson Oliveira has scored six league goals in his last 10 starts for the Tricky Trees.
Reading v Burnley
Reading have won eight and lost none of their last 15 home league games against Burnley.
George Boyd has had a hand in four goals in four appearances against the Royals (two goals, two assists).
Only Blackburn's Craig Conway (91) has created more goalscoring chances for his teammates this season than Reading's Oliver Norwood (72).
Andre Gray (24) has been directly involved in more goals than any other Championship player in 2015-16 (18 goals, 6 assists)
Reading have netted just eight goals in their last 13 games and never more than once in this run (W2 D3 L8).
Burnley have used a league-low 22 players so far in the Championship this season.
Rotherham v Birmingham
Matt Derbyshire has scored three goals in five appearances against Birmingham and two in two while playing for the Millers.
The Blues have suffered just one defeat in 10 league encounters with the Millers (W5 D4), although it was in the reverse fixture this term.
Rotherham have used a league-high 36 players so far in the Championship this season.
Birmingham have scored more goals from the penalty spot this term than any other team (5).
Rotherham have won just once in their last seven games, losing five (D1).
In contrast, the Blues have lost only one of their previous seven contests, winning four (D2).
Sheff Wed v Brentford
Sheffield Wednesday are unbeaten in their last five against Brentford, winning three and drawing two.
The Bees have failed to score in their last two trips to Hillsborough (D1 L1).
The Owls have recovered 13 points from trailing positions this campaign - the most in the league.
Only Ross McCormack (48%) has scored or assisted a higher share of his team's goals this season than Brentford's Alan Judge (45%).
Gary Hooper has averaged a goal every 104 minutes this season; the best minutes per goal rate of any Championship player with five or more goals.
Only Hull (21) have won more points in their last 10 games than Sheffield Wednesday (20).
Wolves v Preston
Wolves have scored in 20 of their last 21 league clashes with Preston at Molineux.
Jermaine Beckford has netted four goals in his last three appearances against Wolves, though he's not played this season since August.
Danny Batth has made more clearances than any other Championship player this season (233).
Preston are the only side yet to concede in the opening 15 minutes of matches this term.
Wolves have drawn their last three matches; they've not recorded four successive draws since December 2005.
Preston have drawn more games nil-nil than any other Championship side this season (7).
Leeds v Middlesbrough
Leeds have won their last three league matches against Middlesbrough at Elland Road; their longest winning run vs them since January 1993 (six wins).
New signing Jordan Rhodes has scored five goals in his last four appearances against the Whites.
Middlesbrough have kept more clean sheets than any other Championship team this season (16).
No Championship side has won more points on the road this season than Middlesbrough (24).
Steve Evans' team have picked up just one win from their last eight league matches (D4 L3).
Stuart Dallas has been Leeds' most creative player this season with four assists from 34 chances created.