Championship Opta Facts - March 3-4
Bournemouth V Wolves
Bournemouth have won three of their previous five clashes with Wolves in the league (D1 L1).
Wolves have yet to win away at Bournemouth in league competition (D1 L1).
Bakary Sako has scored four goals and assisted two more in his last three games.
The Cherries have gone five games without a win (D2 L3).
In contrast, Wolves have won their last three without reply.
Brentford V Huddersfield
The Bees have failed to find the back of the net in their last two at home to Huddersfield (L2).
The Terriers have won four of their last five against Brentford, drawing the other.
The Bees have dropped just three points from leading positions this season; a league-low.
Only Blackpool (29) have conceded more goals in the final 30 minutes this term than Huddersfield (25).
Brentford have won their last two at Griffin Park, scoring seven and conceding one.
Brighton V Derby
Brighton have lost their last five against Derby (incl. play-offs), conceding 12 goals in the process.
Chris Martin has scored six goals in five appearances against Brighton for Derby (incl. play-offs).
Derby have shipped two or more goals in each of their last three games on the road (D2 L1), this after recording three consecutive shutouts prior to this run.
The Seagulls have won three of their last four league games at the AMEX stadium, losing the other.
Indeed, 19 goals have been scored across those four games; 11 for Brighton and eight for the visiting sides.
Charlton V Nottingham Forest
Charlton have won just one of their last eight games against Nottm Forest, losing three (D4).
Forest are unbeaten in their last three trips to the Valley, winning two and drawing the other.
Dougie Freedman has won as many league games in his first six matches in charge of Nottm Forest (5), as Stuart Pearce managed in his last 24.
After going 13 without a win, the Addicks have since won three of their last four, scoring exactly three goals in each victory (L1).
Forest have won 23 points from losing positions this season; a league-high.
Middlesbrough V Millwall
Middlesbrough have won none of their last four at home to the Lions (D1 L3), this after winning 11 of the previous 12 (D1).
Millwall have gone eight games without keeping a clean sheet against Middlesbrough, shipping 17 goals (average of 2.1 per match).
No side has kept more clean sheets this season than Middlesbrough (15).
The Lions have lost three of their last four in league competition, drawing the other.
Ian Holloway's men have scored just nine goals in their last 15 league games and never more than once in a match.
Rotherham V Cardiff
Rotherham have won three and lost none of their last six at home to Cardiff.
Cardiff are unbeaten in five games against Rotherham, winning two and drawing three.
The Millers have won three of their last four at the New York Stadium, drawing the other.
In fact, Rotherham have netted two or more goals in each of those four games (11 in total).
The Bluebirds have kept a clean sheet in each of their last two away games, however, they've netted just once themselves (W1 D1).
Watford V Fulham
Watford's 5-0 win in the reverse was their biggest ever victory over Fulham.
Fulham have failed to score in their last two games against Watford. Only once have they gone three without a goal (October 1997).
Matej Vydra scored as many goals in his last appearance (two vs Leeds), as he did in his previous 20 games in all competitions combined.
Fulham are without a win in six away games, losing five and drawing the other.
No side has won more games from behind this season than Watford (6); five more than their total in 2013/14.
Bolton V Reading
Bolton have lost only once in their last 11 games at home to Reading, winning seven (D3).
Nick Blackman has scored in two of his three previous appearances against Bolton for the Royals.
Bolton's Zach Clough has scored six goals in his first nine senior games.
Only Birmingham and Wigan (15) have netted fewer second half goals this season than the Royals (16).
Bolton's 1-0 win over Brighton at the weekend ended a run of 11 league games without a clean sheet.
Birmingham V Blackpool
Birmingham are unbeaten in four at home to Blackpool, winning two (D2).
Blackpool have scored exactly one goal in each of their last five games against Birmingham (W1 D3 L1).
No side has conceded more headed goals this season than Birmingham (13).
The Blues' win last time out ended a run of eight games without a victory (D5 L3).
The Tangerines have only claimed one win in their last 33 on the road (D10 L22).
Leeds V Ipswich
Leeds have gone five games without defeat at home to Ipswich in league competition (W2 D3).
David McGoldrick has scored five goals in four appearances against Leeds for Ipswich Town.
After keeping three clean sheets in a row, Leeds have since shipped five goals in their last two.
The Tractor Boys have not lost back-to-back league games since January 2014.
League top scorer Daryl Murphy has failed to score in his last three league games, his longest barren run since August (four games).
Norwich V Wigan
Wes Hoolahan has scored three and assisted one more in four appearances against Wigan for Norwich.
Wigan have scored just five goals in seven games against Norwich and never more than once in a match.
Norwich have yet to lose at home to Wigan, winning two (D1).
Wigan scored as many goals in their last match versus Blackpool (3), as they did in their previous eight games combined.
Norwich have won their last six games, the longest current winning streak in the Championship.
Indeed, the Canaries have not won seven in a row since January 2010 (a run of eight).
Sheff Wed V Blackburn
Sheffield Wednesday have won three and lost none of their last seven home games versus Blackburn.
Jordan Rhodes has scored six and assisted two more in his last seven games against the Owls.
Sheffield Wednesday have kept three clean sheets in their last four league games at Hillsborough (W1 D3).
Rovers have gone 10 games without an away win, losing four and drawing six.
No side has kept fewer clean sheets this season than Blackburn (6) - level with bottom of the table Blackpool.