Sky Bet Championship Opta Facts April 14-15
Birmingham V Blackburn
Lee Novak has scored four goals in two appearances against Blackburn in league competition (two for Birmingham).
Rudy Gestede scored a hat-trick in this exact fixture last season as Blackburn ran out 4-2 winners.
Jordan Rhodes has had a hand in four goals in his last four games against Birmingham (three goals, one assist).
Birmingham came from behind to win a match for the first time in the Championship this season in their game against Wolves on Saturday.
Rovers are unbeaten in seven away games in all competitions (W3 D4), conceding just three goals.
No side has hit the woodwork more than Blackburn in the Championship this season (22).
Brighton V Huddersfield
Brighton are unbeaten in five against Huddersfield, winning two (D3).
Both teams have scored in six of the last seven meetings between the two in league competition, with the other match ending goalless.
The Seagulls have lost their last three league matches without reply. They've not lost four on the trot since December 2011.
The Terriers have scored exactly once in each of their last four away games (W1 D2 L1).
Brighton have kept a league-low four clean sheets in home games this season.
Huddersfield have yet to lose a game in which they've been ahead this season (W13 D4), dropping a joint league-low eight points from leading positions.
Derby V Blackpool
Chris Martin has scored five goals in his last three league games against Blackpool for Derby, including a hat-trick in this exact fixture last season.
Blackpool have lost six of their last seven matches against Derby, winning the other.
Following a run of four straight wins at the Ipro Stadium, Derby in winless in four at home (D3 L1).
Relegated Blackpool are the only side in England's top four tiers yet to win away from home this season.
Darren Bent has scored in his last three league games. He's not scored in four consecutively since October 2009 (a run of five for Sunderland).
Blackpool have conceded a league-high 50 second-half goals this season, four more than Derby have in total (46).
Ipswich V Cardiff
Ipswich have found the back of the net in 11 of their last 12 against Cardiff City.
Cardiff have lost three of their last four trips to Portman Road but did win last time out in October 2012 (2-1).
The Tractor Boys are unbeaten in five home games (W3 D2), alternating between a win and a draw in each.
The Bluebirds meanwhile, have lost none of their last seven away games (W4 D3).
Freddie Sears has scored five goals in his last five games at Portman Road.
Both of these sides have scored a league-high 16 headed goals this season.
Leeds V Norwich
Leeds have won three and lost none of their last five games at home to Norwich in league competition.
Gary Hooper has scored three goals in his last three appearances against Leeds.
The Whites have lost their last three league games, conceding nine goals in the process.
Promotion-chasing Norwich have yet to lose an away game in 2015 (W7 D2).
Leeds have scored a league-low four headed goals this season.
Norwich have scored a league-high 52 second-half goals this season, five more than Leeds have in total (47).
Middlesbrough V Wolves
Middlesbrough have won 13 and lost none of their last 21 home league games against Wolves. They last lost at home to them in April 1951.
Wolves have won three of their last four league meetings with Middlesbrough, losing the other.
Boro have won 10 of their last 11 games, two sets of five straight victories sandwiching a defeat. They've conceded just four goals in that run.
No player in English football has scored more goals than Benik Afobe in all competitions this season (30).
On Saturday, Middlesbrough missed their first penalty of the season, scoring the previous eight.
Wolves have scored in each of their last 11 Championship games, netting 25 goals in total.
Millwall V Wigan
Millwall have lost only one of their 10 previous home clashes against Wigan, winning seven (D2).
Wigan have kept just one clean sheet in those aforementioned 10 matches.
The Lions have won just one of their last 11 league games (D3 L7).
The Latics have failed to keep a clean sheet in their last seven games.
No team has scored fewer (11) or conceded more (33) first-half goals than Millwall this season.
Meanwhile, Wigan have scored a league-low 17 goals in the second half of games this season.
Sheff Wed V Brentford
Sheffield Wednesday have won just one of their last eight league fixtures against the Bees (D4 L3).
Brentford have avoided defeat in each of their last five trips to Hillsborough, winning three (D2).
Three of Wednesday's last six goals have been assisted by Lewis McGugan.
The Bees have both scored and conceded in their last eight Championship games (W3 D4 L1).
No team has scored (3) or conceded (2) fewer goals in the opening 15 minutes of games this season than Sheffield Wednesday.
Brentford have scored 24 goals in the final 15 minutes of games this season, at least five more than any other side.
Bolton V Charlton
Eidur Gudjohnsen has scored four and assisted another in his last six league appearances against Charlton.
The Addicks are winless in six away to Bolton, losing three (D3).
Bolton's last five home goals have been scored by either Gudjohnsen (2) or Adam Le Fondre (3).
Charlton have only failed to score once in their last 15 games, netting in each of the last nine.
Only Ipswich (0) have received fewer red cards than Bolton this season (1).
The Addicks' last two games have ended 1-1, with Johann Berg Gudmundsson netting both of their goals.
Reading V Bournemouth
Reading have lost only one of their last 10 games at home to the Cherries (W4 D5), though it arrived in most recent match.
Bournemouth have won four of their last six league encounters with Reading, drawing the other two.
The Royals are winless in five, with the last three ending level (L2).
The Cherries have four players to have reached double figures for goals this season, a league-high alongside Norwich.
Reading have only won once in their fixture immediately before an FA Cup game this season (D1 L3).
Bournemouth have only failed to score in four league games this season, a league-low number.
No team has scored more (46) or conceded fewer (20) away goals this season than Bournemouth.
Nottm Forest V Watford
Michail Antonio has scored four goals in his last three games against the Hornets.
Matej Vydra has found the back of the net five times in just three previous appearances against Nottingham Forest for Watford.
After a run of five straight wins in which they scored 13 goals at home, Forest have lost their last two at the City Ground, scoring just once.
Watford are unbeaten in seven on the road (W5 D2), scoring at least twice in each game.
Forest have won a league-high seven games from losing positions this season. Watford are the next highest with six.
No player in England has more league goals in 2015 than Odion Ighalo (15).
Fulham V Rotherham
Fulham have lost only once in their last 15 games at home to the Millers in league competition, winning eight (D6).
Rotherham have kept just one clean sheet away to Fulham in their league history (1992, 1-0).
The Cottagers are winless in four at home (D1 L3), conceding 14 goals in that run.
The Millers have lost six of their last seven on the road (W1), conceding at least twice in each defeat.
Ross McCormack has scored in three successive games for the first time for Fulham.
No team has scored fewer goals in the opening 15 minutes this season than Rotherham (3), while no side has conceded more in that time than Fulham (14).