Championship Opta Facts - Nov 27-30
Hull v Derby
The Tigers have won five of the last six meetings with Derby (L1), enjoying two 2-1 victories over them the last time they met in the league in 2012/13.
Derby have managed just one clean sheet in their last 23 meetings with Hull, with that shutout coming in a 1-0 win at the KC Stadium in January 2012.
After failing to score in his first 11 league appearances for Derby, Andreas Weimann has netted in three of his last four.
Hull City have won seven and lost none of their last 11 Championship matches.
Derby have lost just once in their last 12 league games, winning nine (D2).
The Tigers have conceded a league-low nine goals so far this season.
Charlton v Ipswich
The Addicks have failed to keep a clean sheet in any of their last 11 meetings with Ipswich (W4 D2 L5), last achieving a shutout in a Premier League meeting at Portman Road in August 2001.
The Tractor Boys have won four of their last five meetings with Charlton (D1), conceding just two goals in that time.
Johnnie Jackson has scored with all three of his shots on target for the Addicks this season, with two of those arriving in his last two appearances.
The Tractor Boys have the worst passing accuracy in the Championship this campaign, completing just 62.8% of their passes.
After losing five consecutive games, Charlton have won the last two. They last won three on the spin back in March.
Ipswich have scored nine goals in their last three league matches, after netting one in the previous five.
Blackburn v Sheff Wed
Rovers have won eight of their last 12 games against Wednesday at Ewood Park (D2 L2), though they've failed to win their last two.
The Owls' 2-1 defeat to Blackburn in March is their only loss in their last five against their opponents (W2 D2).
No Championship player has scored more goals as a substitute this season than Sheffield Wednesday's Lucas João (3)
Jordan Rhodes has scored four goals in his last five appearances at Ewood Park, though he hasn't netted there for three games.
Overall, Rhodes has 43 goals in 74 league appearances for Blackburn at Ewood Park (0.6 goals per game).
The Owls have lost just one of their last 11 in league competition (W6 D4), though it was their most recent away game against Charlton.
Brighton v Birmingham
Brighton have won three of their last four against the Blues (L1), including a thrilling 4-3 win in this exact fixture last season.
Birmingham have only ever won twice away at Brighton in the league (in 1994 and 2012), drawing three and losing six.
Birmingham City have used fewer players this season than any other Championship side (19).
Brighton have made the second longest unbeaten start to a Championship season since it was re-branded in 2004/05 (W9 D8), beaten only by QPR in 2010/11 (19 games).
Blues' hitman Clayton Donaldson has the most assists in the division this season (6).
Brighton have won all six of their home games in which they've been ahead this season - only Middlesbrough have won more (7).
Cardiff v Burnley
Cardiff are unbeaten in 10 league meetings with Burnley, though seven have been draws (W3).
The Clarets have lost seven of their last nine away league meetings with the Bluebirds, last winning in Cardiff in April 2000 at Ninian Park courtesy of goals from Steve Davis and Andy Payton.
Andre Gray has scored or assisted 11 goals in his first 12 league appearances for Burnley (nine goals, two assists).
Indeed, Gray has netted eight league goals in his last eight games for the Clarets.
The Bluebirds have failed to score in four of their last five league matches. However, at the other end they've kept a clean sheet in five of their last seven.
Burnley have won five and lost none of their last eight in league competition.
Fulham v Preston
Fulham have won three of the last five meetings between the two sides (D1 L1), although their last meeting was in December 2000.
The Lilywhites have kept just one clean sheet in their last nine meetings with Fulham, a 1-0 away win the last time the two sides met at Craven Cottage.
Ross McCormack (12) has had a hand in more Championship goals this season than any other player for a single club (nine goals, three assists).
Preston are the only side in the second tier yet to score a headed goal in 2015/16, while Fulham have shipped the most headers (8).
Preston have yet to win any points from losing positions this season, a league-low.
Fulham have the best shot conversion rate in the league this season (19.1%).
Huddersfield v Middlesbrough
Huddersfield's last win over Middlesbrough came in March 2013, courtesy of two late goals from Alan Lee and Danny Ward to secure a 2-1 win.
Boro have won four of their last six away meetings at Huddersfield after failing to win any of their previous 15 before that.
There hasn't been a goalless draw between the two sides in 14 meetings since 1984.
On each of the last six occasions when Boro have scored more than once against Town (all comps), a player has netted a brace (Lee Tomlin, Grant Leadbitter, Albert Adomah, Scott McDonald, Mikkel Beck and Fabrizio Ravanelli).
The Terriers last kept a clean sheet against Boro on New Year's Day 1986 and have failed to keep one in 11 meetings since.
Middlesbrough last failed to score away at Huddersfield in October 1969, scoring 17 goals in nine games since then.
Nottm Forest v Reading
Forest netted seven goals in games against the Royals last season without conceding a goal, winning 3-0 at the Madejski Stadium and 4-0 in this exact fixture at the City Ground in August 2014.
There have been 20 goals scored in the last five meetings between these sides at the City Ground since January 2010, with Reading netting eight and Forest scoring 12.
Nottm Forest have the worst shot conversion rate in the Championship this campaign (6.4%).
Reading have scored the most goals in the opening 15 minutes of matches this season (9).
No Nottm Forest player has scored more than two goals this season (four players on two goals); the lowest club top scorer total in the Championship.
The Royals have fired in the most shots on target in the league this season (91); 30 more than at this stage last season (61).
QPR v Leeds
The Hoops have netted more than once in just one of their last 11 meetings with Leeds, with two late goals from Martin Rowlands and Shabazz Baidoo securing a 2-2 draw in August 2006.
Leeds haven't lost an away fixture at Loftus Road since November 1994, winning three and drawing three since then.
Nedum Onuoha has made more interceptions than any other Championship player this season (62). Leeds' defender Sol Bamba is joint-second with 59.
QPR have failed to score in each of their last four league games; they've haven't gone five without a goal since December 2002.
Leeds have scored five goals in their last three away league games compared with five in their last 11 at home.
After conceding 12 goals in six home league games, QPR have kept a clean sheet in each of their last three at Loftus Road.
Rotherham v Bristol City
Rotherham have scored in 13 consecutive games against the Robins, but have only won five of those games (D3 L5).
Bristol City have never kept a clean sheet in an away league game at Rotherham, failing in 19 attempts.
Rotherham United have used more different players this season than any other Championship team (29).
Bristol City have dropped a league-high 12 points from leading situations this season.
No side has made more errors leading directly to goals this term than Rotherham (5); level with Charlton.
The Millers have won fewer points at home than any other side this campaign (5).
Wolves v MK Dons
This will be the third meeting between the two sides, after they previously met in League One in the 2013/14 season, with each side earning one win each.
In the two previous meetings, the home side lost on both occasions without scoring a goal.
Liverpool loanee Sheyi Ojo has provided more assists from the bench this season than any other Championship player (3).
Only Bolton (2) have picked up fewer points on the road this term than MK Dons (5).
Wolves have won just once in their last seven league games (D2 L4).
MK Dons have netted more than once in just two of their 17 Championship matches.
Bolton v Brentford
The Trotters have won three of their last five league games at home to Brentford (L2), winning the most recent meeting 3-1 last October.
The Bees have won four of their last seven against Bolton (D1 L2), though they haven't won in their previous two.
Brentford have scored the joint-most goals from substitutes this season (5); level with Sheffield Wednesday and Hull City.
Four of Bolton's 11 goals this season have arrived in the final 15 minutes (36%); a league-high proportion.
The Trotters are enduring the current longest winless run in the division, going 11 games without victory.
Only Fulham and Huddersfield (15) have conceded in more games this season than Brentford (14).