Championship Opta Facts – Sep 23-25
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Brighton & Hove Albion v Leeds United
Leeds are unbeaten in their last six league games against Brighton and have won their last three in the south coast city.
There have been 90th minute goals scored in three of the last four games between Brighton and Leeds (one for Brighton, three for Leeds).
Brighton are unbeaten in the league at their new stadium but have only kept one clean sheet in three games.
Robert Snodgrass has created four goals this season, a Championship joint-high.
Birmingham City v Barnsley
Birmingham have won their last five home league games v Barnsley but lost a home playoff tie to the Tykes 4-0 during that period.
Birmingham have thrown away eight points from winning positions this season, more than any other side in the Championship.
Barnsley have conceded a league low two goals after half-time.
Birmingham's Jean Beausejour has created a 13 goalscoring chances this season, only Derby's Ben Davies (14) has created more.
Bristol City v Hull City
Hull have won only two of the last 12 encounters with Bristol City but one of those was the 2008 playoff final at Wembley to reach the Premier League.
Hull are on the best current run of wins in the Championship this season, three.
Hull have more than twice as many points (12) as they've scored goals this season (5).
Bristol City have failed to score in all three of their home league games this season.
Hull have scored exactly one goal in all three of their away games this season.
The Tigers have had four one nil wins, at least twice as many as any other side.
Burnley v Southampton
The last three meetings between Burnley and Southampton at Turf Moor have ended as 3-2 wins (once to Burnley, twice to Southampton).
League leaders Southampton are the division's top scorers but have conceded nine times already, more than Coventry in 21st.
11 of Southampton's 19 goals this season have come in the first 30 mins of games.
Rickie Lambert has scored four goals in Southampton's last two league games.
Burnley are yet to keep a clean sheet in the league this season.
Coventry City v Reading
Three of the last five meetings between Coventry and Reading have ended 0-0.
Coventry have gone 296 minutes without scoring v the Royals.
Coventry and Reading are the two sides yet to score a first half goal in the Championship this season.
Coventry's three home games this season have produced a total of only three goals.
Reading's three away games have produced a total of four goals.
Derby County v Millwall
The last five meetings between Derby and Millwall have gone under 2.5 goals.
Derby have scored only eight goals in total in their last 12 meetings with Millwall.
Derby have scored more set play goals (7) than any other side in the Championship.
Derby have not drawn a league game yet this season.
The Lions have now gone 395 minutes without a league goal.
Millwall have gone five games without a win, one short of their longest run in 2010-11 (Sep-Oct)
Doncaster Rovers v Crystal Palace
Four of the last five meetings between Doncaster and Palace have gone under 2.5 goals.
Rovers have the lowest conversion rate in the Championship this season, 4%.
Doncaster's last league win came on March 1 v Derby. They have gone 19 games without a win.
Doncaster's last home win came versus Burnley on February 1.
Palace have gone three games without a win after winning their previous three.
Middlesbrough v Ipswich Town
The two fixtures between Middlesbrough and Ipswich last season produced a total of 10 goals.
Four of the last five meetings between Boro and Ipswich have gone over 3.5 goals.
Boro's current run of seven unbeaten is the best such run in the Championship this season.
Ipswich have conceded more goals than any other Championship side this season (16) but have scored more than any other team in the bottom half (11).
Ipswich are the only Championship side not to have scored from a set-play this season.
Martin Emnes has a conversion rate of 45% this season, scoring with five of his 11 shots.
Portsmouth v Blackpool
Portsmouth are unbeaten in their last 10 encounters with Blackpool, last losing in November 1973.
The sides have not met in the league since 1980-81.
Pompey have won only of their last 15 league games.
Matt Phillips has scored three goals in Blackpool's last four league games.
The Seasiders are yet to experience defeat away from home in the Championship this season W1 D2.
West Ham United v Peterborough United
This is only the third ever league meeting between these sides, with West Ham winning home and away v Peterborough in 1992-93.
Peterborough have come from behind to claim more points than any other Championship side this season (7).
86% of the goals West Ham have conceded this season have come after half-time.
West Ham have scored one fifth (4/20) of the Championship goals from corners this season.
Peterborough are the only Championship to have hit 100+ shots this season.
West Ham are one of only two teams to have a conversion rate of more than 20%.
Watford v Nottingham Forest
The last three meetings between Watford and Nottingham Forest have seen a combined total of only three goals.
Four of the last six games between the Hornets and Forest at Vicarage Road have ended as draws.
Forest have lost their last three league games, the worst current run of any side in the division this season.
Forest are one of only three sides to lose more than once from a winning position this season (along with Crystal Palace and Birmingham).
No Championship side has conceded more goals in the last 15 minutes of games this season than Watford (4).
Cardiff City v Leicester City
This is the eighth meeting between Cardiff and Leicester since January 2010.
The record between the sides in the last 21 months is four Cardiff wins, three Leicester wins.
Cardiff have scored in all seven of their league games this season.
Leicester have scored a goal in the first minute after half-time in their last two league games.
Don Cowie has scored four goals in his last five appearances for Cardiff City (all comps).
The Foxes have conceded a league-high five set piece goals so far this term.