1 - Dexter Blackstock scored with his first touch in a Leeds United shirt on Saturday, after signing for the club last week.
1 - Sheffield Wednesday are now the only Football League club still in search of their first win of the season.
1 - David McGoldrick netted his first away goal for Ipswich Town on Saturday. The last goal he scored on the road was in December of last year, when he played for Coventry City.
2 - Middlesbrough's Albert Admomah fired in a brace for the second successive week - the winger was at the double for Boro in their 4-0 Friday night triumph against Doncaster Rovers, a week after scoring two at Barnsley.
3 - After finding the net for Northampton Town on Saturday, Luke Norris has now scored three goals in his first three games for the club, since signing on loan from Brentford.
3 - Three goals were scored in three manic minutes at Huish Park on Saturday. Yeovil Town's Ed Upson struck in the 40th minute before Nathaniel Chalobah scored for Nottingham Forest two minutes later. Then, 60 seconds after that, Byron Webster headed home.
3 - Jay Emmanuel-Thomas hit his first career treble in Bristol City's valuable win at Carlisle United.
5 - Wolverhampton Wanderers overcame Bradford City 2-1 at Valley Parade to record their fifth consecutive away win - equalling a club record.
6 - Bury ended a run of six away defeats in all competitions by coming from behind to beat Wycombe Wanderers 2-1 at Adams Park.
7 - Oxford United continued their good record against AFC Wimbledon by winning 2-0 at the Cherry Red Records Stadium - the U's have won all seven meetings between the two clubs.
8 - Burnley's vital win against QPR was their eighth successive victory in all competitions.
13 - At the 13th time of asking this term, Bristol City finally secured their first victory, beating Carlisle United 4-2. Their last win came on March 9th, 21 games ago.
17 - Just 17 seconds were on the clock at Plainmoor on Saturday when Jordan Chapell netted for Torquay United against Portsmouth to record the club's fastest ever goal.
72 - All 72 Football League clubs have now suffered a defeat this term, after Queens Park Rangers' loss at Burnley.
27,141 - The highest attendance in The Football League at the weekend came at Pride Park for the match between Derby County and Birmingham City.
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