Championship Opta Facts - 2 Feb
Derby v Preston
Derby have won each of the last four league encounters with Preston, netting an average of three goals per game (12 goals).
Preston have scored in six of the last seven league fixtures away to Derby, although they have failed to win any of these encounters (D3 L4).
Derby haven't lost three successive league games since February 2012.
PNE's last seven league goals have all come via different players, with two by opposition players.
The Rams have conceded as many goals in their last three games in all competitions as they had in the previous 16.
Preston are the only Championship side yet to concede in the opening 15 minutes this season.
Ipswich v Reading
Ipswich have won just three of their previous nine games against Reading at Portman Road (D2 L4), losing three of the last four.
Reading have won eight of their last nine league games against Ipswich Town, losing once.
Luke Chambers has either scored or assisted in his last three league games at Portman Road (two goals and one assist).
Since the start of December, only Fulham (6) have taken fewer points in the Championship than Reading (8).
No side have claimed more points from behind in the Championship this season than the Tractor Boys (12). All of these points have gained at home.
Matej Vydra has scored six times in his last six games for Reading, but all of those goals have come in the FA Cup.
Wolves v Bolton
Wolves have won just one of their last ten games against Bolton, and have conceded two or more goals on six of those occasions (D3 L6).
Only on two of their last 11 trips to Molineux have Bolton failed to score, but one of those was on their last visit in September 2014.
Wolves have lost more points from leading positions than any other Championship side at home this season (11).
Bolton are still awaiting their first away win of the season (D3 L11), last winning in the Championship on the road in April.
Wolves have lost just one of their last six league matches (W4 D1).
The Trotters have kept just one clean sheet in their last 12 league games.
Sheffield Wednesday v Burnley
Sheffield Wednesday have won only one of their last eight games at Hillsborough against Burnley (D2 L5).
Burnley have scored in their last 11 league matches against the Owls.
Wednesday haven't lost in the Championship at home since the end of August, going 11 unbeaten (W8 D3).
Burnley are looking to win four successive league games for the first time since September, a run which included a victory over the Owls.
Both Sheffield Wednesday and Burnley have taken 13 points from their last six Championship games (both W4 D1 L1). Only Hull (15) and Birmingham (14) have claimed more in that time.
The Clarets have netted 20 goals in their last seven league games, scoring three or more goals in five of those matches.