0 - Sheffield Wednesday are the only Football League team yet to record a clean sheet this term after they lost 3-0 at Derby County.
0 - Bournemouth remain without a victory at Turf Moor following their 1-1 draw at leaders Burnley, who remain unbeaten at home.
1 - It was a weekend of firsts for Bolton Wanderers with Rob Hall and Andre Moritz both scoring their first league goals for the club, in a 3-1 victory against Millwall.
1 - Those two goals helped Dougie Freedman's men to their first home win of the Sky Bet Championship campaign.
1 - Ipswich Town beat Blackpool 3-2 in dramatic fashion at Bloomfield Road and that was the Tractor Boys' first win on the road this term.
1 - During that match, Paul Taylor scored his first goal for Ipswich, since signing from Peterborough United in August 2012.
3 - Nottingham Forest's Simon Cox scored his third goal against Leicester City in as many meetings between the two clubs.
4 - Ross McCormack hit all four goals for Leeds United in their 4-2 triumph at Charlton Athletic, who hadn't conceded in their four matches prior to Saturday's meeting at The Valley.
6 - Watford's usually potent striker Troy Deeney hadn't scored in six games before netting at Middlesbrough on Saturday.
6 - Leicester's David Nugent has scored six penalties this season but couldn't add to that at the weekend as he missed from the spot against Nottingham Forest.
8 - The Foxes' run of eight straight wins at the King Power Stadium in all competitions was ended on Saturday by Forest, who won away to their Midlands rivals for the first time since March 2005.
9 - Middlesbrough have recouped nine points from losing positions this term, after levelling deep in injury time to snatch a point against Watford - their seventh draw in 13 matches.
23 - Burnley's Sam Vokes set up strike partner Danny Ings to equalise against Bournemouth on Saturday and that was the 23rd goal the duo have scored this season.
33 - There has never been a goalless draw between Middlesbrough and Watford, after the pair drew 2-2 in their 33rd meeting on Saturday.
50 - Ashley Barnes hadn't found the net this season prior to the weekend, but broke his duck and scored his 49th and 50th goals in a Brighton and Hove Albion shirt against Blackburn Rovers.
1973 - Millwall's loss at Bolton extended their poor run away to Wanderers, who they haven't overcome on the road since 1973.
30,416 - The highest attendance in The Football League at the weekend came at the King Power Stadium for the match between Leicester City and Nottingham Forest.
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