Championship Opta Facts March 14
Middlesbrough v Ipswich
Boro have won just two of their last 10 Championship meetings with Ipswich (D4 L4).
However, Ipswich have won only once in their last eight trips to Middlesbrough in this tier (D3 L4).
Middlesbrough have lost just one of their last 15 home games in the Championship (W10 D4), conceding just six goals in that run and never more than once in a match.
The Tractor Boys have lost four of their last five on the road (W1), conceding at least twice in each defeat.
No side has scored more (17) or conceded fewer (7) goals in the final 15 minutes of matches than Middlesbrough this season.
Daryl Murphy has been involved in 24 goals in the Championship this season, more than any other player (22 goals, 2 assists).
Birmingham v Huddersfield
Birmingham's clean sheet over Huddersfield in December ended a run of seven competitive games without one against the Terriers.
Huddersfield have won on their last two visits to St Andrew's. They haven't won three in a row there since 1934.
The Blues have won their last two home matches. They've not won three in a row since January 2012.
Huddersfield have lost their last three league matches, conceding nine goals in the process. They've not lost four in a row since November 2000.
Birmingham have lost all six games in which they've been behind at home this season.
The Terriers have conceded more goals from outside the box than any other Championship side this season (14).
Bolton v Millwall
Bolton have won eight of their last nine home encounters with Millwall in the league, drawing the other.
The Lions' last victory in Bolton came in 1973. They've scored four times in nine visits since.
The Trotters have conceded a 90th minute goal in each of their last two games.
Millwall have lost their last four league games, conceding 12 goals in the process.
Zach Clough has scored five goals in his six starts for Bolton in league competition.
94% of Millwall's goals have arrived from inside the box - the highest ratio in the division (29/31).
Bournemouth v Blackpool
Matt Ritchie scored twice for Bournemouth in their 6-1 demolition of Blackpool in December.
Blackpool have lost their last two games against the Cherries, they've never lost three in a row in the league against them.
Only Daryl Murphy (24) has been involved in more goals than Bournemouth's Matt Ritchie this season (23; 11 goals, 12 assists).
The Tangerines are yet to win away in the league this season (D6 L12). In fact, no side has scored fewer (13) and conceded more (41) goals on the road than Blackpool.
Bournemouth have scored more league goals than any other side in England's top four tiers this season (74).
By contrast, no side has conceded more goals in the top four tiers this season than Blackpool (70).
Blackpool have conceded a hat-trick in three of their last five away games.
Brentford v Cardiff
Brentford have gone eight league games without a clean sheet against the Bluebirds.
Cardiff have lost four of their last five league visits to Brentford, but did win on their most recent trip there in March 2003.
The Bees have won their last three league games at home, scoring 11 goals in the process.
The Bluebirds have won their last two league games on the road - as many as they had won in their previous 32 away games.
Brentford have scored a joint league-high 17 goals in the final 15 minutes of games this season.
Both these sides have scored three own goals this season - the highest in the division.
Brighton v Wolves
Brighton have won only one of their last seven in the league against Wolves, though that victory did come the last time they hosted in 2013 (D4 L2).
Wolves have scored in all but one of their last 16 league games against Brighton.
The Seagulls have won three consecutive home games for the first time this season. They've not won four in a row since April 2011 (a run of 11).
No player in English football has scored more goals in all competitions this season than Benik Afobe (26).
Brighton have picked up 75 cards in the Championship this season - no side has more (70 yellow, 5 red).
Wolves have benefitted from four own goals this season, more than any other side.
Charlton v Blackburn
Charlton last scored more than once at home to Blackburn in February 2004, scoring just four times in their last five home matches against them.
A Blackburn player has scored a brace in both meetings against Charlton this season so far (Rhodes in December 2014, Chris Taylor in FA Cup 3rd round).
The Addicks have won five of their last six games (L1), including their last three in a row. They've not won four on the trot since April 2012 (a run of five).
Jordan Rhodes has scored four goals in his last five starts.
Tony Watt has scored three goals in his last three games for Charlton, after a run of just one in nine.
Only Blackpool (6) have kept fewer clean sheets than Blackburn this season (7).
Leeds v Nottingham Forest
Leeds are winless in four against Forest in the league, losing three of those games.
The Tricky Trees have netted 17 times in their last six meetings with Leeds, though seven of those came in one game (March 2012).
United have won five of their last seven games (L2), with Alex Mowatt netting in each of the last four victories.
Forest have won six of their last eight (D1 L1), as many games as they had won in their previous 25.
Leeds have scored a league-low two headed goals this season.
Forest have won seven games from losing positions this season, more than any other side.
Norwich v Derby
Norwich have won 11 of their previous 14 home league matches against Derby, losing the other three.
Derby have scored two goals in each of their last three games at Carrow Road.
The Canaries have won seven of their last eight (L1), scoring at least twice in each victory (20 in total).
The Rams have kept just one clean sheet in their last eight, conceding at least twice in six of those games.
No side has scored more second-half goals than Norwich this season (46).
Meanwhile, Derby have conceded fewer first-half goals than any other side (12).
Rotherham v Wigan
Rotherham have won just twice at home to Wigan in the Football League (D4 L5).
The Latics' last two visits to Rotherham have ended in victory and a clean sheet.
The Millers have scored just four goals in the opening 30 minutes of games this season.
Wigan have won three in a row away from home, conceding just one goal in the process. They last won four in a row almost a year ago to the day (15th March 2014).
Only Charlton (306) have won fewer fouls than Rotherham this season (332).
The Latics have scored fewer second-half goals than any other Championship side (15).
Sheffield Wednesday v Fulham
The Owls are winless in five league matches against Fulham, drawing four of them.
Fulham have lost only one of their last 17 league trips to Hillsborough (W9 D7), though they last played there in October 2000.
Wednesday's last eight goals have all been scored in the second half.
The Cottagers have conceded five or more goals in four different matches this season - at least two more games than any other side.
No Championship side has kept more clean sheets than Sheffield Wednesday this season (16, level with Middlesbrough).
Fulham have conceded more second half goals (35) than Wednesday have in total (34).
Watford v Reading
Watford have won only one of their last eight against Reading at Vicarage Road (D4 L3).
The Royals are looking to record three successive away wins over Watford for the first time.
Odion Ighalo has scored 13 goals in the Championship in 2015 - at least six more than any other player.
Jamie Mackie has scored four league goals in his last three starts for Reading.
Watford have won five of their last six at home in the Championship (L1), keeping four clean sheets in that run.
The Hornets have scored more second-half goals (45) than Reading have in total (39).