Sky Bet Championship Opta Facts Feb 20th
Cardiff v Brighton
Cardiff have not won any of their previous eight league games against Brighton (D6 L2).
The Bluebirds have failed to score in their last two home games against the Seagulls and are winless in four at home against them (D2 L2).
Cardiff are one of only three teams to have lost just once on home soil this season (Hull City and Sheffield Wednesday, the other two).
Conversely, Brighton are the only team in the Championship to have lost just once away from home this season.
Russell Slade’s team have not scored in either of their previous two league games (both 0-0).
Brighton have failed to score a first half goal in seven of their last 11 games.
Bolton v QPR
Bolton haven’t taken any points from the last three league meetings against QPR (L3).
QPR’s win over Bolton at the Macron Stadium in August 2013 ended a run of five successive defeats there for them.
Bolton are looking to score in five consecutive league matches for the first team this season.
Besides Blackburn, QPR are the only other team in the bottom half of the Championship to have kept 10 or more clean sheets this season.
Bolton are one of three teams (along with opponents QPR and Reading) currently in the bottom half of the Championship that have lost fewer than four home games (3).
After conceding just once in their previous four games before last weekend, QPR conceded three times against Fulham.
Brentford v Derby
The Bees have won just two of their last 13 league games against Derby (D5 L6).
Derby have scored in each of their last nine league games against Brentford (14 goals overall).
If Brentford fail to beat Derby, they would equal their longest losing streak of the current season (3).
Derby County have not won any of their previous eight league games (D4 L4), the longest current winless run in the Championship this season.
No team in the league has conceded more goals from outside the box at home than Brentford this season (6).
The Rams have alternated between scoring one goal or not at all in their last seven games; they failed to score last time out against MK Dons.
Burnley v Rotherham
Burnley have lost just two of their last 10 games against Rotherham in all competitions (W4 D4).
The previous two league meetings between Burnley and Rotherham have been settled by a 2-1 scoreline, with both being defeats for the Millers.
With a win or a draw against Rotherham, Burnley will equal their best unbeaten streak of the current season (9).
The Millers have conceded more goals at home than any other Championship team this season (27).
Before drawing 0-0 against Reading last time out, Burnley had scored 14 goals in their previous five league games.
Rotherham have conceded the joint-most goals inside the first 15 minutes of Championship games this season (10).
Fulham v Charlton
Fulham have only failed to score in one of their last 15 games against Charlton in all competitions (W8 D5 L2).
The Addicks haven’t won away at Fulham in the league since April 1986, during which time eight meetings have taken place (D2 L6).
The Cottagers have only won one of their previous seven Championship games (D2 L4).
Charlton have only won 45% of the games in which they have taken the lead, which is a league-low proportion.
Fulham are the only team in the Championship with a shooting accuracy of above 50% this season (50.55%).
Charlton are the only team in the Championship to have faced more than 500 shots (including blocked) this season (525).
Huddersfield v Wolves
Huddersfield have lost just two of their previous 13 meetings with Wolves (W9 D2), however both of those have come in the most recent two games.
Wolves have scored three or more goals in both of their last two league games against the Terriers, having scored just three in the previous seven.
Huddersfield have won five of their last six at home against Wolves, losing the most recent time they hosted in February 2015.
Joe Mason has scored four times in five league games against Huddersfield.
The Terriers last failed to score at home against Wolves in February 1997; scoring in the last six times they’ve hosted this fixture.
Wolves haven’t won three successive league games against Huddersfield since April 1971.
MK Dons v Bristol City
MK Dons have never beaten Bristol City in league competition (D5 L4).
Bristol City have only kept one clean sheet in their 10 meetings with MK Dons in all competitions.
Dons defender Dean Lewington has made more tackles than any other player this season (116).
With two wins from their last two games, Bristol City are currently on their best winning streak of the season.
No team in the Championship has had fewer shots on target than MK Dons this season (98).
Bristol City have fallen behind in 10 of their 15 away games this season, and are yet to win any of those (D2 L8).
Preston v Sheffield Wednesday
Preston have won only one of their last eight league games against Sheffield Wednesday (D3 L4).
The Owls have scored two or more goals in each of their last four league games against PNE, avoiding defeat in all four matches (D1 L3).
The Lilywhites have only scored two or more goals on six occasions this season, however two of those have come in their two most recent games.
Sheffield Wednesday are one of just two teams to have lost none of their previous seven league games (Burnley, the other on a run of eight unbeaten).
Preston are the only Championship team yet to conceded a goal in the opening 15 minutes of a game this season.
Gary Hooper has scored in five of his last six league games (eight goals), and is looking to score in three consecutive games for only the second time this season.