0 - Peterborough United's 5-2 loss at Burnley extended their poor start to the season, they remain the only side in The Football League without a point so far this term.
3 - Doncaster Rovers could not have been accused of starting slow in their match away at Colchester United as they took lead three minutes into the first half and restored it three minutes after the break.
7 - As the season starts to take shape, there are still seven teams yet to taste defeat this season in The Football League.
7 - Port Vale's starting line up against Plymouth Argyle was unchanged for the seventh consecutive fixture.
8 - Blackburn Rovers beat a defiant Bristol City 5-3 on Saturday, which was the highest scoring game this weekend in The Football League.
10 - Rochdale's 2-1 win against AFC Wimbledon was their first away win since November 2011, 10 months ago.
16 - Wycombe Wanderers' defensive frailty is clear to see, their 3-1 defeat to Chesterfield is their 16th straight League game without keeping a clean sheet.
32 - Shrewsbury Town's home loss to previously-winless Scunthorpe United ended the club's 32 League game undefeated streak at the Greenhous Meadow.
35 - Tranmere Rovers' best start to a campaign for 35 years was extended with their 2-0 win over Coventry City.
104 - We were treated to plenty of goals this weekend with 104 being scored across the three divisions.
1968 - Crystal Palace recorded their first win at The Valley against Charlton Athletic since 1968 on Friday night. South African midfielder Kagisho Dikgacoi scored the only goal of the game as Dougie Freedman's men ran out 1-0 winners.
2010 - Burton Albion's 4-0 victory was the heaviest defeat inflicted on Oxford United since October 2010.
26,594 - The weekend's largest attendance was at the Amex Stadium for Brighton and Hove Albion's match against Sheffield Wednesday.