Championship Opta Facts January 10-11
Ipswich V Derby
Ipswich have won eight of their last 10 league games against Derby at Portman Road (L2).
Derby have won only one of their last eight clashes with Ipswich, losing four (D3).
Defender Christophe Berra has scored three times in three appearances against Derby County for Ipswich Town.
Daryl Murphy has scored 10 goals in his last 10 league games for the Tractor Boys.
Chris Martin has scored four and assisted two more in his last five games for the Rams.
Ipswich youngster Teddy Bishop has created 14 chances for his teammates this term, with five of those leading directly to a goal.
Birmingham V Wigan
Birmingham have failed to score in their last three games against Wigan.
Wigan have won three and lost none of their last five against the Blues.
Callum McManaman has scored three goals in his last two appearances against Birmingham City for the Latics.
63% of Birmingham's goals this season have arrived in the first half; a league-high share.
Wigan have won just two of their last 19 league games, losing 10 and drawing seven.
David Cotterill has scored or assisted four of Birmingham's last five league goals (three goals, one assist).
Indeed, each of Cotterill's last three goals have been direct free-kicks and no player has scored more direct free-kicks than the Welshman this term (4).
Blackpool V Millwall
Blackpool have won their last three at home to Millwall, this after losing the previous three.
Millwall haven't lost four successive games away to Blackpool since September 1976.
Only Alex Smithies (42) has conceded more goals this season than Blackpool's Joe Lewis (41).
The Tangerines have kept just one shutout in their last 13 games, shipping 27 in the process.
The Lions head into this fixture having lost their last three games; they last lost four in a row in August 2013.
Only Millwall (341) have committed more fouls this season than Blackpool (322).
Bolton V Leeds
Bolton have recorded just one victory in their last nine games at home to Leeds, losing six (D2).
Leeds have won three of their last four encounters with the Trotters (L1).
Darren Pratley has netted in each of his last three league games for Bolton.
Leeds United are the only side yet to score a headed goal this season.
Indeed, no side has conceded fewer headed goals this than Bolton this term (3).
Leeds have lost six and won none of their last eight away games in league competition.
Lee Chung-Yong (6; three goals, three assists) has had a hand in more goals than any other Bolton player this season.
Bournemouth V Norwich
Bournemouth have won five and lost none of their last 10 matches against Norwich City.
This will be the first meeting between the two sides in Bournemouth since February 1960 - the match ended 0-0.
Former Bournemouth striker Lewis Grabban scored in the reverse fixture this season before Callum Wilson's equaliser claimed a point for the Cherries.
Gary Hooper has scored four and provided five assists in his last seven appearances for Norwich.
75% of Norwich City's goals this term have arrived after half time, a league-high share.
In fact, only Norwich (33) have scored more second half goals this season than Bournemouth (32).
Brentford V Rotherham
Brentford have won only one of their last five against the Millers (D2 L2), though it came in the reverse fixture in August (2-0).
Rotherham are unbeaten in four away to Brentford, winning two and keeping three clean sheets.
Moses Odubajo has scored two and assisted one more in his last two appearances against Rotherham (incl. play-offs).
The Bees still remain the only Championship side yet to drop any points from games in which they've gone ahead (W12).
The Millers have won just once in their last 10 away games, though six of those games have been draws (L3).
David Button (87) has made more saves than any other Championship goalkeeper in 2014/15.
Cardiff V Fulham
Cardiff have gone four games unbeaten against Fulham, winning three and drawing the other.
Fulham have found the back of the net in each of their last seven clashes with Cardiff, scoring 14 in the process.
Kenwyne Jones has scored in four of his last five appearances for Cardiff in all competitions.
Fulham (2) have won as many away games in their last three attempts as they did in their previous 12.
Fulham have kept one clean sheet in their last 30 games on the road in league competition.
Peter Whittingham has provided three assists in his last four games.
Charlton V Brighton
Charlton have managed to win only one of their last eight league encounters with the Seagulls (D4 L3).
Brighton have scored two or more goals in six of their last seven visits to the Valley, netting 14 in the process.
Charlton full-back Lawrie Wilson has scored more league goals against Brighton than versus any other team (3).
Lewis Dunk's double in the reverse fixture back in August was his first brace in professional football.
No side is currently enduring a longer run without a clean sheet than Charlton (6).
The Addicks have also gone seven games without a win (D4 L3); the current longest run in the league.
Huddersfield V Watford
Huddersfield have lost their last three home games against the Hornets.
Against no other team has Troy Deeney scored more league goals than against Huddersfield Town (6).
Danny Ward has scored four goals in three appearances against Watford.
In fact Deeney has netted six times in his last six appearances against the Terriers.
The Terriers have scored in all 11 of their previous home matches against Watford.
Watford have scored 10 goals in their last three away games, as many as their previous nine on the road this season.
Nottm Forest V Sheff Wed
Forest have won six and lost none of their last eight against the Owls.
Sheffield Wednesday have failed to score in four of their last five games against the Reds.
Since joining Nottm Forest, Dexter Blackstock has scored three goals in four appearances against Sheffield Wednesday.
Kieren Westwood has kept more clean sheets than any other goalkeeper this term (11).
Only Blackpool (6) have conceded more penalty goals this season than Nottm Forest (5).
Sheffield Wednesday have converted just 7.4% of their shots into goals this season; a league-low proportion.
Reading V Middlesbrough
Reading have kept a clean sheet in four of their last five games against Middlesbrough (W3 D1 L1).
Boro are winless in their last three trips to Reading in league competition (D1 L2).
The Royals have conceded just three goals in their last six home games, keeping three clean sheets in the process.
Middlesbrough have failed to score in their last two away trips in the Championship; they've not gone three without a goal since March 2014 (a run of five).
Grant Leadbitter is the Championship's top scoring midfielder in 2014/15 with 10 goals.
In fact, this is the first season in which Leadbitter has scored 10 league goals in a single campaign.
Blackburn V Wolves
Blackburn have won only one of their last five against Wolves in the league, losing three (D1).
Wolves have been victorious in each of their last two visits to Ewood Park; they've never won three in a row.
Bakary Sako has scored three goals in three games against Blackburn Rovers for Wolves in league competition.
Blackburn Rovers have recovered 14 points from games in which they've gone behind in this season; a league-high.
Wolves midfielder Kevin McDonald (1377) has completed 90 more passes than any other player in the Championship this term.
Rudy Gestede has scored more headed goals than any other player this season (6).