1 - David Clarkson's goal in the 11th minute was the first home goal scored by Bristol Rovers, and they picked up their first home point this season as they drew 2-2 with Aldershot Town.

4 - Coventry City are still winless in the League this season, following their loss to Stevenage, but they have taken the lead in four of their opening five fixtures.

4 - Chesterfield's 2-2 draw with York City was their fourth successive League draw.

7 - Lee Cook's goal against Swindon Town, Leyton Orient's first goal from open play this season, was the first conceded by the Robins at the County Ground since February, seven months ago.

11 - Three goals in 11 minutes against nine-man Crawley Town was enough for Portsmouth to get their first League victory of the season.

28 - Port Vale raced into a 4-0 lead against Rotherham United inside 28 minutes. They eventually won the game 6-2.

53 - Tom Pope scored four goals for Port Vale against Rotherham, his former side, equalling the tally he managed in the 53 games he played for Millers, who splashed £150,000 for his services back in 2009.

59 - Crewe Alexandra's 58-league game stretch without a goalless draw came to an end this weekend against Tranmere Rovers.

64 - The total number of goals across the two divisions this weekend - 23 in npower League 1 and 41 in npower League 2.

76 - Hatlepool United had not conceded at home this season until Danny Cadamerteri's 76th minute goal for Carlisle United.

9,458 - The largest attendance of the weekend was at the Ricoh Arena for Coventry City versus Stevenage.