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Simon Gott 28th Jan 2014 - 11:37

Opta Facts – January 28-30th

 

Barnsley v Blackburn

  • Barnsley have lost four of the last five league meetings with Blackburn, conceding 12 in the process.
  • Blackburn have scored in each of their last six visits to Barnsley in league competition (W2 D1 L3).
  • Chris O'Grady's last five league goals have all arrived at Oakwell.
  • Rudy Gestede has netted three times in his last four league appearances for Blackburn.
  • Barnsley have netted just once in the final fifteen minutes of games this term; league-low.

Birmingham v Leicester

  • Birmingham have gone four games without a win against Leicester in league competition (D2 L2).
  • Leicester are without a win in three trips to Birmingham in the league (D2 L1).
  • Leicester are currently enjoying a seven-match winning streak; the current longest run of its kind in the division. If they win this match, it'll be the longest run seen this season in the Championship.
  • No player has had a hand in more Championship goals this season than David Nugent - 23 (15 goals, eight assists).
  • Birmingham have failed to win any of their last eight home league games, losing three (D5). This is the longest-sun run seen in the Championship this season.

Bournemouth v Huddersfield

  • Bournemouth have lost only once in their last five league clashes with the Terriers (W2 D2).
  • Huddersfield have lost just once in their last 11 league trips to Bournemouth (W5 D5), though this did arrive in their most recent league clash on the South coast.
  • Nahki Wells has scored eight goals in his last 10 appearances for Huddersfield and Bradford combined.
  • Huddersfield have picked up just one point from their last four away games (D1 L3).
  • The Cherries have gone four league games without a win, drawing three (L1).

Burnley v Brighton

  • Burnley have lost their last three to Brighton in the league, failing to score in their last two.
  • Brighton have lost only once in their last five league visits to Burnley (W2 D2).
  • Burnley are the only Championship team yet to lose at home this season (W8 D5).
  • Brighton have conceded just two goals in the final fifteen minutes of matches this term; fewer than any other side.
  • Burnley forward Danny Ings has scored four goals in his last four games in all competitions.

Derby v Yeovil

  • The two clubs met for the first time earlier in the season, with the Rams running out winners by three goals to nil.
  • Yeovil head into this fixture having won just one of their last seven in league competition (D2 L4).
  • Patrick Bamford has scored in three of his last four appearances in all competitions (two goals for Derby County and one for MK Dons).
  • Yeovil have scored fewer goals than any other Championship side this season (21), with a league-low nine of these coming in the second half.
  • Derby have won five of their last six home games in the Championship, losing the other.

Doncaster v Charlton

  • There has never been a draw between these two sides in league competition.
  • Charlton have won five of the previous seven meetings with Doncaster in the league (L2).
  • Charlton have conceded in each of their last nine league games, only Blackpool (10) have conceded in more consecutive matches currently.
  • The Addicks have scored just eight first half goals this term, a league-low.
  • No side has conceded more first half goals this campaign than Doncaster (21).

Leeds v Ipswich

  • Leeds are unbeaten in their last four league meetings at home to Ipswich, winning the last two (D2).
  • Ipswich have lost three of the last four matches against Leeds in league competition (W1).
  • Leeds United have lost their last four league games; the longest current losing streak in the league.
  • Ipswich have scored 13 goals via headers this season; a league-high.
  • David McGoldrick has now gone five league appearances without scoring for Ipswich, this after scoring four goals in four games between December 7-26th.

Middlesbrough v Wigan

  • Boro are unbeaten in their last four league meetings against Wigan, drawing the last two (W2).
  • Wigan's only league victory at the Riverside stadium came back in January 2006, when they won 2-3.
  • Middlesbrough have won their last three games at the Riverside stadium, only Leicester (4) are currently on a longer winning run at home.
  • No side has scored more goals in the final fifteen minutes of matches this season than Middlesbrough (12).
  • Wigan have dropped just two points from leading positions this term; a league-low.

Millwall v Sheff Wed

  • Millwall have gone five games without keeping a clean sheet against Sheffield Wednesday in league competition (W1 D1 L3).
  • Wednesday have won three of their last four league encounters with Millwall at the New Den, losing the other.
  • Millwall are the only Championship side yet to score a headed goal this season.
  • The Lions have conceded 13 goals via headers this term; more than any other Championship side.
  • After scoring two goals in his first eight appearances this season (for Sheff Wed & Coventry), Chris Maguire has now scored four goals in his last six games for the Owls.

QPR v Bolton

  • QPR's 1-0 win in the reverse fixture in August, ended a run of seven league games without a victory against the Trotters (D1 L6).
  • Bolton have won three of the last five league encounters against QPR at Loftus Road (D1 L1).
  • Queens Park Rangers are unbeaten in their last eight home league games played on a Tuesday (W5 D3), keeping a clean sheet in their last six.
  • Bolton have scored 61% of their goals this season in the first half of matches; a league-high share.
  • Bolton have conceded 17 goals in the opening 30 minutes of matches this season (a league-high), while QPR have conceded just three (a league-low).

Reading v Blackpool

  • Reading have gone 13 home league games without defeat to Blackpool (W8 D5); last losing to the Tangerines on home soil in April 1980.
  • Blackpool have won three of their last four league games against Reading, keeping three clean sheets (L1).
  • No player has made more assists this season than Reading's Garath McCleary (10).
  • Blackpool have gone 10 games without a league win, losing eight (D2); the current longest run in the league.
  • Blackpool have conceded 74% of their goals in the second half; a league-high proportion.

Nottm Forest v Watford

  • Forest are without a league win against Watford in four attempts (L2 D2).
  • Watford have netted in seven of the last eight league encounters with Forest at the City Ground (W4 D2 L2).
  • Nottm Forest have gone nine games without defeat (W4 D5); the current longest run of its kind in the Championship.
  • Watford have gone seven league away games without defeat, though they have drawn six of them (W1).
  • Andy Reid has scored three goals in his last five home appearances for the Tricky Trees. He also scored against Watford earlier this season.

 

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