Championship Opta Facts - September 24-27
Huddersfield v Nottm Forest
Huddersfield won both league games against Forest last season without conceding a goal, although they lost a League Cup tie (0-2) versus them in August 2014.
Nottingham Forest have had the most shots (99, excl. blocked) in the Championship this season.
The Terriers are one of three teams without a clean-sheet in the Championship this season (Brentford and Fulham are the others).
The last two games between these sides at The John Smith's Stadium have finished 3-0, once to Huddersfield (last season) and once to Forest (February 2014).
Current Town striker Jamie Paterson scoring twice for Forest in their 3-0 win at Huddersfield in February 2014.
Only two Championship players (Conway and Judge) have created more chances than Henri Lansbury this season (24).
Fulham v QPR
Fulham have won their last four home games against QPR, netting 12 goals in that time.
QPR have won just one of their last eight games against Fulham (D1 L6) failing to score in six of those games.
Fulham's Jamie O'Hara has made more successful passes (468) than any other Championship player in 2015-16.
The Hoops boast the Championship's leading scorer in their ranks - Charlie Austin on seven goals.
Fulham's Cauley Woodrow has scored with both of his shots this season (2).
MK Dons v Derby
This will be the first-ever competitive meeting between the two sides.
Derby County have lost just one of their last seven competitive matches (W2 D4 L1).
Only Hull's Sone Aluko (16) and former Forest winger Michail Antonio (19) have completed more dribbles than MK Dons' Carl Baker this season (15).
Derby have lost just one of their last eight league games (W2 D5).
MK Dons have had the fewest shots on target in the Championship this season (22).
Birmingham v Rotherham
Birmingham are unbeaten in nine games against Rotherham (W5 D4) last tasting defeat in a 5-1 drubbing at Millmoor in 1989.
Both teams have scored in 11 of the last 12 competitive meetings between these two clubs.
No player has been involved in more goals in the Championship than Clayton Donaldson, who has contributed three goals and four assists (7).
Since Gary Rowett took charge in October 2014, only Middlesbrough and Ipswich have won more Championship home games than Birmingham (11).
The Millers have conceded the most number of away goals this season (9).
Bolton v Brighton
Bolton have won two of their last three home games against Brighton by a 1-0 scoreline (L1).
Brighton have lost just two of their last eight meetings with Bolton Wanderers (W5 D1).
Only opponents Brighton (1) have conceded fewer home goals than Bolton this season (2).
League leaders Brighton have had the most shots on target (44) and kept the most clean-sheets (4) this season in the Championship.
The Seagulls are the only unbeaten team left in the Championship.
Brentford v Sheff Wed
There have only been four goals scored in the last four league meetings between Brentford and Sheffield Wednesday.
The Owls have kept three clean-sheets in their last four games against Brentford (W2 D2).
Brentford have scored in 12 consecutive home games (W5 D4 L3), netting 27 goals in the process.
Sheffield Wednesday have had the fewest number of shots so far this season (55, excl. blocked).
Wednesday are winless in their last seven away league games (D3 L4).
Burnley v Reading
Burnley are on a five game unbeaten run in the Championship currently (W4 D1).
Reading have allowed their opponents a league-low 14 shots on target this season; 10 fewer than any other side.
Burnley have lost just one of their last 11 games (W6 D4) after losing the four previous to that.
The Royals have won two of their last three games at Turf Moor, but lost last time out (2-1 in October 2013).
Burnley have won just two of their previous 13 games against Reading (D4 L7).
Reading have scored in ten consecutive away games, scoring 16 goals, but won only three games in that time (D3 L4).
Cardiff v Charlton
Cardiff have lost just one of their five competitive home matches this season (W3 D1 L1).
The Addicks have lost just one of their eight games against the Bluebirds since 2007 (W4 D3).
Cardiff have lost just one of their last six home games (W3 D2), though that defeat came last time out against Hull.
Charlton's Tony Watt has attempted more dribbles than any other Championship player (33).
All of Charlton's three goals against Cardiff last season were scored after the 74th minute.
Hull v Blackburn
The Tigers have lost just one of their last six competitive home games against Blackburn (W4 D1).
Rovers have kept a clean sheet in three of their last four games against Hull, but conceded in their most recent meeting (0-2).
Hull are unbeaten in five home league games, conceding just two goals (W3 D2).
Blackburn winger Craig Conway has created more chances than any other Championship player (34), nine more than anyone else.
The away side has failed to score in each of the last four meetings between the two sides.
Ipswich v Bristol City
Ipswich are unbeaten in 10 home games against the Robins (W7 D3), conceding just six goals in this run.
Bristol City have scored just seven goals in their last 13 games against Ipswich Town.
Since Mick McCarthy took charge in November 2012, no Championship side has won more home games than Ipswich (39).
City have only failed to score in one of their last 13 away games, scoring 27 goals (W7 D3 L3).
Ipswich have gone two home games without a win; they haven't failed to win three in a row at home since January 2014.
Preston v Wolves
Preston have won just two of their previous eight home games with Wolves (D2 L4).
Wolves have kept two clean sheets in a row against Preston - they have never kept three in a row against the Lilywhites in their history.
Preston have failed to score in just one of their previous 32 home games, netting 64 goals.
Benik Afobe has scored in 12 of his last 20 appearances for Wolverhampton Wanderers.
Joe Garner has had more shots than any other player (26, excl. blocked) but is yet to register a goal in the Championship so far this season.
Middlesbrough v Leeds
Boro have won just one of their last seven meetings with the Whites, drawing one and losing five.
Leeds haven't conceded more than once against Boro in 10 meetings, conceding just six goals (W6 D2 L2).
Middlesbrough have won 14 of their last 17 home games (D1 L2).
Leeds' Chris Wood has scored three goals in three consecutive away games - only Reading's Nick Blackman has scored more away from home (4).
Boro haven't conceded more than once in a home game since August 2014 when Sheffield Wednesday won 3-2 at the Riverside.