Championship Opta Facts - Feb 7
Brighton V Nottm Forest
Brighton have won only one of their last six meetings with Nottm Forest (D4 L1).
Forest scored as many goals in their last visit to Brighton as they did in their previous six games combined (3).
Henri Lansbury has scored three goals in his last three appearances against Brighton for Nottm Forest.
The Seagulls have kept only one clean sheet in their last 10 home games.
The Tricky Trees have won just one of their last 10 in league competition, losing six (D3).
Michail Antonio has gone 12 games in all competitions without a goal for Forest.
Derby V Bolton
Derby have kept a clean sheet in each of their last two clashes with Bolton; they've never recorded three in a row.
Bolton are winless in their last 10 visits to Derby in the league, losing six and drawing four.
Darren Bent has scored more league goals against Bolton than versus any other team (11).
In fact, Bent has bagged eight goals in his last seven appearances against the Trotters.
The Rams have scored more goals in the final 15 minutes than any other team (15).
Fulham V Birmingham
Fulham have won three of their last four against Birmingham City, scoring twice in each win (D1).
Birmingham are winless in each of their last four visits to Craven Cottage, losing two (D2).
Fulham have let in more goals in the opening 15 minutes of matches than any other Championship side (10).
The Blues have conceded more headed goals than any other team this season (11).
Birmingham have gone five games unbeaten (W2 D3), though the last three have ended level.
The Blues haven't drawn four games in a row since April 2012.
Leeds V Brentford
Leeds United have won four and lost none of their last eight games against Brentford at Elland Road.
Brentford's 2-0 win the reverse of this fixture was their first against the Whites since October 1953.
Billy Sharp's three goals for Leeds this season have won them five points.
Leeds United have won their last two games in the league; they've not won three consecutive matches since November 2013.
The Bees have won five and lost two of their last seven games on the road.
Middlesbrough V Charlton
Middlesbrough have won five and lost none of their last seven against Charlton in league competition.
Charlton have failed to score in their last three games against Boro.
Grant Leadbitter has scored more penalties this season than any other player in England's top four tiers (converting eight of eight).
Charlton have failed to win any of their last 11 games (D6 L5); the current longest run in the league.
Charlton's top scorer Igor Vetokele hasn't scored a league goal since November 8th; going 892 minutes without find the back of the net.
No side has kept more clean sheets than Middlesbrough this season (14). In fact, Boro have kept a shutout in seven of their last eight in all competitions.
Millwall V Huddersfield
Millwall have won three of their last four at home to the Terriers, though they lost this exact fixture in 2013/14.
Huddersfield have won their last four games against Millwall, keeping a clean sheet in three of those clashes.
Nahki Wells has scored three goals in just two appearances against Millwall for Huddersfield.
No player has scored more goals as a substitute this season than Ricardo Fuller (3).
The Terriers have won only one of their last nine on the road, though it did arrive in their most recent outing (D3 L5).
Norwich V Blackpool
Norwich have never kept a clean sheet at home to Blackpool in league competition.
Blackpool last lost at Carrow Road in the league back in August 1974.
Lewis Grabban has found the back of the net in each of his last three appearances versus the Seasiders.
No player has provided more assists coming off the bench this term than Wes Hoolahan (3).
No side has won more points from losing positions than Norwich (16).
Blackpool have made eight errors leading directly to goals this season; a league-high.
Blackpool are the only side in the division yet to win away from home this campaign.
Rotherham V Ipswich
The Millers have conceded exactly two goals in each of their last three home games, though they've lost only once (W1 D1).
Ipswich have won nine of their last 11 matches against Rotherham (L2), including each of the last five.
The Millers have won 30 points through their opening 28 games this season; beating their total the last time they were in the Championship in 2004/05.
No Championship defender has scored more goals this season than Christophe Berra (5).
No side is currently enduring a longer run without a clean sheet than Rotherham (7).
Daryl Murphy has scored eight goals in his last nine away games for the Tractor Boys.
Sheff Wed V Cardiff
Sheffield Wednesday have scored fewer goals at home than any other Championship team this season (7).
The Bluebirds have won their last four games against the Owls, though three of those victories arrived in Wales.
Former Sheffield Wednesday loanee Kenwyne Jones has scored five league goals in five appearances against the Owls.
Cardiff have scored more headed goals than any other team this season (12).
The Owls have played out more nil-nil draws than any other Championship team (7).
Four of these goalless draws have arrived on home soil; a league-high.
Watford V Blackburn
Troy Deeney has bagged three goals in his last three appearances versus Blackburn Rovers.
Blackburn Rovers have found the back of the net in 11 of their last 12 games against Watford.
Odion Ighalo has bagged eight goals in his last five games for the Hornets, this after failing to score in his previous eight.
Watford have scored as many goals in their last two home games as they did in their previous nine combined (12).
Jordan Rhodes has hit double figures in each of his last six league seasons.
However, Rhodes has failed to score an away goal since October 2014.
Wigan V Bournemouth
Wigan have won six and lost none of their last nine home games versus Bournemouth.
Bournemouth have kept a clean sheet in four of their last five against Wigan.
The Cherries have seen eight opposition players sent off in their matches this season, at least four more than any other team.
Bournemouth have scored a joint-league-high 34 second half goals this season, eight more than Wigan have netted in total.
Bournemouth have won eight times on their travels this season, no side has won more.
Wolves V Reading
Wolves have scored four goals in their last four home games against Reading, this despite failing to net in three of those games (W1 L3).
Reading are unbeaten in five against Wolves, winning three and drawing two.
Leon Clarke has scored three goals in three games versus the Royals for Wolves, though they all arrived in his first spell for the club.
After going six games without a win (D1 L5), Wolverhampton Wanderers have since won five and lost none of their last eight.
The Royals are without an away win in four (D2 L2).
Indeed, they've picked up just one win in their last 11 games on their travels (D3 L7).