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Jon Riley 25th Oct 2012 - 16:55

Opta Facts - Championship 27th Oct

Wolves v Charlton

  • Following a run of five consecutive league defeats to Charlton, Wolves have won the last four games in a row against the Addicks.
  • Sylvan Ebanks-Blake has scored in all four of his appearances against Charlton netting five goals in total.
  • Wolves have won just one of their last four matches and have conceded two goals in three of them.
  • Wolverhampton have netted in each of their last 11 matches.
  • The Addicks have registered one win in their last five games but are unbeaten in their last three matches on their travels (W2 D1).
  • Charlton's last five league goals have all come from different scorers.

Cardiff City v Burnley

  • Six of the last seven league meetings between Cardiff and Burnley have ended as draws.
  • None of the last 17 meetings in all competitions between these two sides have ended as an away win.
  • Burnley have lost the joint-most matches (3) that they have opened the scoring in this season.
  • The Clarets remain the top scorers in the league having netted 26 goals this term, but they have also nurse the second leakiest defence.
  • Burnley have suffered one loss in their last six matches, winning three and drawing two.
  • Cardiff have won four of their last five matches (L1) and have shared the points on only one occasion this season.

Leicester City v Crystal Palace

  • Leicester have won four and lost just one of their last six league meetings with Palace.
  • There have been red cards in three of the last five league meetings between Palace and the Foxes.
  • Leicester have won five and lost none of their last eight home games against Palace, with the Eagles netting just three goals in that eight-match run.
  • Wilfried Zaha scored his first league goal against Leicester in a 3-2 win in August 2010 and picked up his first red card in the league away at Leicester in April 2011.
  • Palace's current nine-match unbeaten run (W6 D3) is the longest this season in the Championship.
  • Leicester have taken the points home in all eight games they have taken the lead in this season.

Millwall v Huddersfield Town

  • Millwall have won four and lost just one of the last six games against Huddersfield in the league and play-offs.
  • Millwall have won seven and lost just one of their last 10 home matches versus the Terriers in the league and play-offs.
  • The Lions are unbeaten in their last five matches, but they have won only one.
  • The Lions have failed to keep a clean sheet this season and have only failed to hit the net themselves twice (both at home).
  • Huddersfield's last eight matches have ended with a positive result (W5 L3) and they have tied only two games thus far this season.
  • The Terriers have won three of their last four away games, though they were defeated last time out at strugglers Peterborough United.

Blackpool v Brighton

  • Blackpool have won three and lost none of the last five league games against Brighton.
  • Kevin Phillips scored a brace in both league games against Brighton last season.
  • Brighton have not scored in their last three matches, the longest run without a goal this season. 280 minutes of football have passed since Will Buckley netted against Ipswich on October 2.
  • Blackpool have failed to win any of their last three matches at Bloomfield Road (D1 L2).
  • The Tangerines have failed to score in two of their last three, and three of their last five matches.
  • Brighton's last five matches have seen an average of one goal per game scored. Their previous five saw an average of 3.4 goals fly in.

Bristol City v Hull City

  • Bristol City have won 14 and lost none of their last 18 home league games against Hull City.
  • The Tigers' 1-1 draw last season at Ashton Gate ended a run of 12 consecutive defeats away at the Robins.
  • Robert Koren has scored four goals against Bristol City including in both matches last season. Only against Leicester has Koren netted more times in the Championship.
  • The Robins have conceded more goals (9) in the last 15 minutes of matches than any other side in the Championship this term.
  • Spectators at Ashton Gate have seen 33 league goals scored this season, more than at any other ground.
  • The Tigers have lost four of their last six matches (W2) and they have not drawn a game in nine outings.

Blackburn v Watford

  • Blackburn and Watford have met 26 times in the league, winning nine games each and drawing the other eight.
  • Blackburn have won three, drawn three and lost three of their last nine matches against Watford at Ewood Park.
  • Rovers have scored eight goals in the last 15 minutes of matches so far this season. That is the highest total and percentage (44%) across the Championship.
  • The Hornets have won three of their last five (L2) matches and have scored in all of their last six games.
  • Watford have been shown four red cards in their last four league games, including two in their last outing at Cardiff.
  • No team has scored more than one goal in matches involving Blackburn in the last five games.

Leeds United v Birmingham

  • Birmingham have won six (and lost one) of the last seven matches against Leeds in all competitions.
  • Nikola Zigic scored all five goals for Birmingham in the two league meetings against Leeds last season, including four at Elland Road.
  • After a run of just one win in 21 league visits to Elland Road, the Blues have won two of the last three trips to west Yorkshire.
  • The Whites are one of three teams to have netted in every match this season, though they have kept only one clean sheet in their last 11 outings.
  • Leeds have drawn three of their last four games but are unbeaten in their last six in total.
  • The Blues are winless in their last four matches (D2 L2) and have conceded an average of two goals per match in their last six.

Barnsley v Nottingham Forest

  • The last three league meetings between Barnsley and Forest have ended as draws.
  • Forest have won just one of their last 11 visits to Oakwell in league competition.
  • The Tykes have managed one win in five matches (D2 L2) and have scored only three goals in that period.
  • Barnsley have scored more than one goal in just one match this season, when they thumped five past Birmingham City at St Andrews.
  • The Tricky Trees are unbeaten in their last four matches (W2 D2) and have kept two clean sheets in that time.
  • Forest have lost one of six away games this season (W1 D4).

Peterborough v Derby County

  • Peterborough and Derby have met eight times in the league with three wins a piece and two draws.
  • Theo Robinson netted all three of Derby's goals against Peterborough last season, opening the scoring in both games.
  • Robinson has scored three of Derby's last five league goals.
  • Peterborough have netted only four goals in the second half of league games this season, the lowest total in the Championship. 69% of their goals have come in the opening half-hour.
  • The Posh have lost all eight games that they have conceded the first goal in this season.
  • The Rams are enjoying a five-game unbeaten run, winning two (D3), both of which came away from home.

Ipswich v Sheffield Wednesday

  • Ipswich have won three and lost none of their last six league games against Sheffield Wednesday.
  • The Owls have scored just one goal in their last four league games against Ipswich.
  • The Tractor Boys are the lowest scorers in the Championship having found the net on just 10 occasions this season.
  • Ipswich have lost 15 points after going into leading positions in this season's Championship.
  • Ipswich have gone 10 matches without a victory, the longest winless run in the Championship this season. Sheffield Wednesday are currently experiencing a nine-match winless run.
  • The Owls have picked up only two points away from Hillsborough this season.

Middlesbrough v Bolton

  • After a run of nine games in all competitions without a win against Middlesbrough, Bolton have won the last three in a row, including their last two trips to the Riverside.
  • 35% of the goals Boro have conceded this season have come after the 75th minute, a higher proportion than any other team in the Championship.
  • Middlesbrough are the only team in the Championship to have won their last three matches.
  • Boro have kept clean sheets in their last two matches and have not conceded in 269 minutes of league football.
  • The Trotters have conceded two goals in each of their last four matches. They too have averaged two goals scored per match in their last four.
  • Bolton have one win in five matches (D2 L2) but have rescued four points from losing positions in their last two.

 

 

 
 
 

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