1 - Leicester City's Chris Wood scored his first Sky Bet Championship goal of the season in bizarre fashion on Saturday, when Manuel Almunia's attempted clearance ended up in the back of the net after rebounding off of his head.

1 - Wolverhampton Wanderers and Stevenage met for the first time ever on Saturday, with Wolves running out 2-0 victors.

2 - Exeter City suffered back-to-back defeats for the first time this term when they lost 3-2 against Portsmouth at Fratton Park.

2 - Pompey striker Ryan Bird scored a brace in that match, which was his first ever League start.

3 - Coventry City beat Notts County 3-0 on Saturday to seal their third win on the spin, for the first time in nearly three years.

3 - Steven Schumacher scored his first senior treble, in Fleetwood Town's 4-1 victory against Newport County.

4 - Charlton Athletic kept their fourth successive clean sheet by winning 1-0 against Birmingham City. The Addicks haven't conceded a goal for over seven hours of football.

4 - It was late heartbreak again for Northampton Town as they fell to a last-minute goal for the fourth time this season. Plymouth's Lewis Alessandra consigned the Cobblers to their ninth defeat.

5 - Swindon Town scored five goals past Port Vale for the second successive meeting between the two sides. The Robins won 5-0 against the Valiants in April 2012, before Saturday's 5-2 triumph.

6 - Barnsley ended their six-game losing streak on the road by drawing 1-1 at Ipswich Town on Friday night.

7 - Stephen Dobbie struck an injury-time winner for Blackpool to end Nottingham Forest's eight-game unbeaten run at the City Ground in all competitions and that was the seventh time the Seasiders have scored in the last 10 minutes of a Championship match this term.

8 - Jake Forster-Caskey's eighth-minute stunner for Brighton and Hove Albion at Doncaster Rovers ended the Seagulls' long wait for an away goal - the last goal on their travels came on August 17th.

11 - Bristol City are now without a League win in 11 matches at Ashton Gate - a new club record.

72 - All 72 Football League clubs have now secured at least one victory, after Sheffield Wednesday's emphatic 5-2 success against Reading.

100 - Burton Albion hosted Morecambe at the weekend in their 100th home Football League fixture

25,351 - The highest attendance in The Football League at the weekend came at Elland Road for the match between Leeds United and Yeovil Town.

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