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Simon Gott 20th Nov 2013 - 17:38

Championship Opta Facts | 22-23 November

Doncaster V Yeovil

  • Doncaster Rovers have mustered just two goals in their last five home games against Yeovil Town.
  • The Glovers are unbeaten in eight games against Doncaster Rovers (W6 D2).
  • Billy Paynter (Doncaster Rovers) scored in both league meetings last season against Yeovil Town.
  • Doncaster Rovers are one of only two sides (along with Sheffield Wednesday) in the division who are yet to score in the final 15 minutes of a match this season.
  • The Glovers have lost 40% of games they have taken the lead in this season; a league-high share.


Sheff Wed V Huddersfield

  • The Owls have recorded just one win in their last seven against Huddersfield Town (D2 L4).
  • The Terriers have managed to score nine goals in their last three visits to Hillsborough.
  • Wednesday's Matty Fryatt has bagged three goals in his last three appearances.
  • 71% of goals scored by Wednesday have come in the first half; a league-high share.
  • 11 of the last 13 goals scored by Huddersfield in the Championship have come from open play.


Birmingham V Blackpool

  • The Blues have one win in their last five league games heading into this fixture (D1 L3).
  • Blackpool have claimed just one win in their last nine league visits (including play-offs) to St Andrews (D2 L6).
  • Jesse Lingard (Birmingham City) has the best minutes per goal ratio of any midfielder in the league this season (102.6 minutes per goal).
  • 42% of Blackpool's goals this season have come in the last 15 minutes; a league-high share.
  • Blackpool have taken the lead in 13 games this campaign; a league-high.

Blackburn V Reading

  • Blackburn Rovers are unbeaten in their last seven matches against The Royals (W2 D5).
  • Reading have never beaten Blackburn at Ewood Park in league competition (D3 L2).
  • Jordan Rhodes has scored just one goal in his last five appearances for Blackburn.
  • Reading have yet to lose a game this season in which they've led (W6 D4).
  • Blackburn have conceded just one goal in their last four home games.


Bournemouth V Derby

  • The Cherries have claimed just one win in their last eight league games (D3 L4).
  • The Rams have only lost once in their last six league games (W3 D2).
  • No player has received more yellow cards this season in the Championship than Derby's John Eustace (6).
  • Derby have scored 29 goals this season; a league-high.
  • Bournemouth have conceded 15 goals in the first half this season; the most by any side in the division.


Ipswich V Leicester

  • The Tractor Boys have lost only twice in the last 17 home league games to Leicester City (W12 D3).
  • The Foxes have failed to score in three of their last four visits to Portman Road.
  • Ipswich's David McGoldrick has scored five goals in his last six league appearances at home.
  • Leicester City have gone onto win 91% of the games in which they have led; the best percentage of any team in the Championship this term.
  • Leicester have scored a joint-league-high number of goals in the second half this season (16).


Leeds V Middlesbrough

  • Leeds United have won only once in the last five home league meetings with Boro (D1 L3).
  • Middlesbrough have kept two clean sheets in their last four visits to Elland Road.
  • Ross McCormack has scored six goals in his last two league appearances.
  • Boro have gone behind in 12 games this season; a league-high.
  • Middlesbrough have conceded a league-high number of goals from the penalty spot this season (5).


Millwall V Barnsley

  • Millwall lost both league fixtures against the Tykes last season.
  • Barnsley have kept three clean sheets in their last six visits to The Den in league competition.
  • Millwall's Scott McDonald has scored in three of his last four league appearances.
  • Millwall and Barnsley have both conceded 31 goals; a league-high.
  • The Lions are the only Championship team yet to score a headed goal.


Nottm Forest V Burnley

  • Forest have only won two of the last eight league meetings with the Clarets (D1 L5).
  • Burnley have only managed to record two victories away at Nottingham Forest in their past 18 attempts in league competition (D3 L13).
  • Danny Ings (Burnley) has scored 14 goals in all competitions this season but has only managed one goal in his last six league appearances away from home.
  • Just 7% of Burnley's league goals have come in the opening 15 minutes this season; a league-low share.
  • Forest have netted seven goals between the 31st and 45th minute marks; a joint-league-high.


QPR V Charlton

  • QPR have lost just once in the last seven league games against The Addicks (W3 D3).
  • Charlton have only mustered one goal in their last three visits to Loftus Road.
  • QPR's Charlie Austin has failed to score in his last four appearances in league competition.
  • Charlton have only gone ahead in four matches in the Championship this season; a league-low.
  • QPR have conceded just three goals in the first half this season; a joint league-low with Blackpool.


Watford V Bolton

  • The Hornets have conceded just two goals in the last five home league games against Bolton Wanderers.
  • Bolton have won four of the last five league meetings with Watford (L1).
  • Bolton's Jermaine Beckford has netted in four of his last five league appearances.
  • Watford have scored six goals in the first 15 minutes this season in the Championship; the most by any team in the division.
  • Bolton are the only side yet to concede between the 31st and 45th minute mark in the league this campaign.


Wigan V Brighton

  • Wigan have scored 10 goals in their last three matches in the league against the Seagulls.
  • Brighton & Hove Albion have failed to score in their last three visits to Wigan.
  • Lee Nicholls (Wigan) has the best save percentage of any keeper to have made at least 10 saves this season in the Championship (92.3%).
  • Brighton have lost three matches from winning positions this season; a league-high.
  • Wigan have conceded a league-high 75% of their goals in the first half this season.



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