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Callum Jones 29th Sep 2014 - 12:32

Championship Opta Facts – 30th Sept & 1st Oct

Brighton V Cardiff

Brighton have gone five league games unbeaten against Cardiff City, winning two and drawing three.

Cardiff have failed to score in each of their last two clashes with the Seagulls, they've never gone three without reply.

Last weekend's result means Brighton have failed to score in three successive league games for the first time since March 2014. They've not gone four without a goal since December 2011.

Cardiff City's Sean Morrison became the first player to both score a goal for his side and score an own goal in the same Championship game this season.

Derby V Bournemouth

Derby are unbeaten in four against the Cherries, winning three (D1).

Bournemouth have failed to score in three of those four matches, netting just once in the process.

No player has provided more assists so far this season than Matt Ritchie (5).

Chris Martin has bagged five goals in his last six Championship appearances for Derby County.

Middlesbrough V Blackpool

Middlesbrough have gone five home games without keeping a clean sheet against Blackpool.

After winning four of their previous five clashes with Boro since the turn of the century (D1), the Seasiders are winless in their last three (D1 L2).

Middlesbrough have scored a league-high four goals from the penalty spot this term.

Blackpool have lost eight and drawn two of their last 10 league clashes.

Millwall V Birmingham

Millwall have failed to win any of their last eight league encounters with Birmingham City (D3 L5).

The Blues have netted 25 goals in those eight matches, an average of 3.1 goals per game.

Millwall have lost three of their last four league fixtures, shipping two or more goals in each defeat (D1).

Despite leading 1-0 versus Fulham, Birmingham suffered a 1-2 defeat - they have lost a league-high 11 points from winning positions this season in the Championship.

Norwich V Charlton

Norwich have won two and drawn two of their last four home games against the Addicks, keeping two clean sheets.

Charlton have gone five games without keeping a clean sheet against the Canaries.

Charlton have now drawn six of their opening nine Championship games this season; two more than any other side.

Norwich City have recovered a league-high 10 points from losing positions this season.


Rotherham V Blackburn

Rotherham have won five of their last seven games against Blackburn on home soil (D1 L1).

Blackburn's last victory away to Rotherham came back in February 1980, 3-1.

Rotherham have managed just one first half goal in 2014/15, no side has scored fewer in that period.

Blackburn attempted 23 shots at goal versus Watford at the weekend - the joint-highest tally witnessed in a Championship game this season.

Sheff Wed V Ipswich

Sheffield Wednesday have picked up just one win from their last 10 league encounters with the Tractor Boys (D5 L4).

Ipswich have avoided defeat in each of their last five trips to Hillsborough, winning two (D3).

No side has kept more clean sheets than the Owls this term (5). Indeed, only two of those shutouts have come at Hillsborough.

The last time Ipswich lost when Daryl Murphy had scored in a match was back in January 2013 versus Bristol City. Their record since that game stands at 13 wins and four draws.

Watford V Brentford

Watford have won six and drawn four of their last 10 clashes against Brentford.

Brentford have lost their last four matches away to Watford, failing to score in three.

Watford have lost only once in their last 14 games at Vicarage Road, winning 10 (D3).

Brentford's Alex Pritchard (19) has created more goalscoring chances without actually providing an assist than any other Championship player this season.

Wigan V Nottm Forest

Wigan have never lost at home to Nottm Forest in league competition winning one and drawing two.

Forest have gone four games without a win against the Latics (D2 L2).

Wigan have fired in a joint-league-low 26 shots on target in 2014/15.

Nottm Forest have scored a six goals via headers this term, more than any other team.

Leeds V Reading

Leeds are winless in eight against the Royals, losing their last four (D4).

Reading have kept a clean sheet in five of their last six clashes with the Whites.

The Whites have won three of their last four league clashes at Elland Road (L1), keeping a clean sheet in each win.

Reading have shipped five goals in the 15 minutes directly after half time, a league-high.

Wolves V Huddersfield

Wolves have lost eight and drawn two of their last 10 league encounters with Huddersfield.

Huddersfield are unbeaten in their last seven trips to Wolves, winning their last three (D4).

Nahki Wells has scored six goals in his last nine competitive appearances for Huddersfield Town.

Wolves have won their last eight games at Molineux. Indeed, the Black Country side have not lost at home since December 2013 (W14 D2).

Fulham V Bolton

Fulham are unbeaten in 10 against Bolton, winning six and drawing four.

Bolton have failed to find the back of the net in each of their last five against Fulham.

Fulham have shipped a league-high six goals in the final 15 minutes this season.


In contrast, Bolton have conceded more first half goals than any other side (10).



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