2 - There are only two teams yet to win this season in The Football League - Bury and Barnet.
2 - After 12 games, the number of unbeaten teams now stands at two. Colchester United's 1-0 win over Stevenage was Gary Smith's side first defeat of the season, leaving only Sheffield United and Tranmere Rovers maintaining undefeated records.
3 - Swindon Town's match against Coventry City was the Robins' third consecutive game against a team that has changed their manager since the start of the season.
5 - There was three five-goal games this weekend with Crawley Town overcoming Bury 3-2, Tranmere Rovers coming from behind to beat Yeovil Town by the same scoreline, and Plymouth Argyle beating Barnet 4-1.
5 - Aldershot Town's 4-0 defeat at Gillingham was their fifth consecutive League loss - a new club record.
6 - Torquay United's Rene Howe has scored in his last six games - one behind the club record of seven.
6 - Bournemouth picked up their first home victory this season, at the sixth attempt, with a 2-0 win over Leyton Orient.
7 - In the seventh meeting between the two sides, Morecambe beat Rochdale for the first time ever on Saturday, winning 2-1.
13 - Notts County's 4-0 win at Carlisle United extended their unbeaten run on the road to a club record 13 away games.
15 - Hartlepool United have struggled to see games out this term and Rob Jones' late equaliser for Doncaster Rovers now means the Pools have dropped 15 points from winning positions so far this season.
16 - Bradford City drew 1-1 with York City on Saturday - it was the first time the two Yorkshire clubs had met in 16 years.
17 - Stevenage's run of 17 consecutive League games unbeaten, and having score in each of them, came to an end at the weekend as they lost 1-0 to Colchester United.
21 - Wycombe Wanderers hadn't kept a clean sheet in their last 21 League games but they ended that run with Saturday's 1-0 win at Fleetwood Town.
63 - We were treated to 63 goals across the 23 games in npower League 1 and 2 over the weekend.
1905 - Bury's four points from their first 11 games is the club's worst start to a season since 1905.
18,188 - The largest crowd of the weekend turned up at Bramall Lane to watch Sheffield United take on Oldham Athletic.