Championship Opta Facts 8 Mar
Blackburn v Birmingham
Blackburn are unbeaten in four against Birmingham City, winning two.
Birmingham have never kept a clean sheet away to Blackburn in 56 previous attempts (league only).
Rovers have won their last three home league games. They've not won four in a row at Ewood Park since February 2010.
The Blues have kept six clean sheets in their last eight Championship games.
Blackburn have scored a league-high 61% of their goals from set-piece situations this season.
Brighton v Sheff Wed
Brighton have failed to score in each of their last four matches against Sheffield Wednesday.
The Owls have won three and lost none of their previous six contests with the Seagulls.
The Seagulls have won their last four home league games, netting 12 goals in the process.
Sheffield Wednesday have scored just one goal in their last four Championship games.
Fernando Forestieri has been sent off on his last two appearances for the Owls.
Cardiff v Leeds
Cardiff have won six and lost none of their last eight matches against Leeds on home soil.
Leeds win in the reverse fixture was their first in 17 games against the Bluebirds.
Anthony Pilkington has scored five goals in his last four Championship home games for Cardiff.
The Whites are winless in their last five away league games (D2 L3).
However, Leeds have won more points from losing positions away from home in the Championship this season than any other side (7).
Charlton v MK Dons
Charlton have won all three of their league encounters at home to MK Dons.
MK Dons have found the net in each of their last four against the Addicks (W2 D1 L1).
The Addicks haven't won at home since November 7th, drawing five and losing four since then.
The Dons won last time out against QPR - they're yet to win back-to-back games in the Championship.
No side has scored fewer headed goals in the Championship this season than MK Dons (3).
Fulham v Burnley
Fulham have found the net in 12 of their last 13 league matches against Burnley, failing to score in May 1999.
Burnley have lost their last seven league games away to Fulham.
No side has kept fewer clean sheets in the top four tiers of English football this season than Fulham (3).
The Clarets have conceded just one goal in their last six league games.
Andre Gray has scored each of Burnley's last three goals in the Championship.
Huddersfield v Reading
Huddersfield have gone four games unbeaten against the Royals, after losing the previous three.
Reading have conceded in each of their last four against Huddersfield having kept three consecutive clean sheets beforehand.
The Terriers have won four and lost two of their last six home games against Reading.
Reading have scored just three goals in their last six visits to Huddersfield and never more than once.
Nahki Wells has scored three and assisted one more in four appearances against Reading.
Yann Kermorgant has scored in all three of his previous league starts against Huddersfield.
Nottm Forest v Preston
Forest are unbeaten in four at the City Ground versus Preston, winning three.
In the reverse fixture, Preston, who won 1-0, kept their first clean sheet in 10 attempts against Forest and first since October 2003.
Nottingham Forest have lost their last four league games. They've not lost five in a row since January 2004.
Preston's last four goals have been scored by Joe Garner or Callum Robinson (two each).
North End are the only side yet to concede in the opening 15 minutes of a Championship game this season.
QPR v Derby
At Loftus Road, the R's have won only one of their last 11 encounters with Derby County (D5 L5), although that win came last time out in November 2013.
Excluding play-offs, Derby have won their last two league games against QPR, they've not won three regular season contests since February 1990.
The Hoops won their last home game against Birmingham. They've not won back-to-back home league games since December 2014 (a run of three).
After a run of eight games without a win, Derby have won three of their last four in the Championship.
Chris Martin has scored in three of his last four Championship appearances for Derby, having gone 10 games without a goal prior to that.
Rotherham v Middlesbrough
Rotherham have lost three of their last four at home to Middlesbrough (D1).
Middlesbrough have scored in each of their last 15 away matches against Rotherham in league competition.
The Millers have won consecutive league games for the fourth time this season. However, they've not won three in a row in the second tier since December 2003.
No side has kept more clean sheets in the Championship this season than Middlesbrough (18 - level with Hull).
Indeed, Rotherham have conceded more goals in the first half (30) and second half (29) of games than Middlesbrough have in total this season (20).
Wolves v Bristol City
Wolves have won 12 and lost none of their last 18 home league games against the Robins.
Bristol City last won away to Wolves in league competition in March 1931.
Both teams have scored in seven of Wolves' last eight home league games, including each of the last five.
Having won just two of their previous 14 away league games this season, the Robins have won each of their last three on the road.
Indeed, Bristol City have not won four consecutive away games in the top two tiers of English league football since March 1906 (a run of five).
Bolton v Ipswich
Bolton have failed to score in five of their last six against Ipswich.
Ipswich have won five and lost none of their last seven against Bolton, scoring just eight goals in the process.
The Trotters have lost their last three league games - they've not yet lost four in a row this season and last did so in October 2014.
The Tractor Boys' last eight league wins have all been by a one-goal margin.
Bolton have been shown more red cards than any other Championship side this season (6).