1 - Michael Smith scored AFC Wimbledon's first goal for three matches by heading home in the 47th minute against Plymouth Argyle.

2 - Derby County have now won eight out of nine Sky Bet Championship games under Steve McClaren, after a 2-1 victory against Barnsley. That form has seen them rise from 14th to second.

2 - Carlisle United's David Amoo had scored just once in 16 outings before scoring a brace against Peterborough United on Sunday.

3 - Queens Park Rangers failed to find the net for the third consecutive match, drawing 0-0 with Watford.

3 - Middlesbrough recorded a third win on the spin, against Reading, for the first time since October 2012.

4 - Brentford have won four out of four under Mark Warburton, after Sunday's 3-1 triumph over Milton Keynes Dons - an 11th win in their past 12 Sky Bet League 1 fixtures.

4 - Deon Burton's productive festive spell continued with the experienced Scunthorpe United striker netting his fourth in as many matches, against Oxford United.

6 - Burton Albion's last six wins have all been by a 1-0 scoreline.

6 - Preston North End secured their sixth win in seven games on their travels with a 1-0 success at Shrewsbury Town.

8 - Ipswich Town, who named an unchanged line-up for the fifth successive match on Sunday, haven't lost on the road since 22nd September, eight games ago, following a 1-1 draw at Bournemouth.

11 - Cheltenham Town's 11-match unbeaten run in Sky Bet League 2 was ended on Sunday by Mansfield Town.

13 - With that 2-1 victory, the Stags ended their 13-game wait for three points. Their last win came on 28th September.

29 - Nottingham Forest and Leeds United met for the 87th time on Sunday. Forest's 2-1 win means that their head-to-head record now stands at 29 wins a piece, and 29 draws.

40 - It took Bury all of 40 seconds to open the scoring against York City, with Anton Forrester finishing off a tidy team move.

646 - Louis Carey became Bristol City's all-time leading appearance maker after coming on in the 87th minute of the Robins' 4-1 victory over Stevenage at Ashton Gate, eclipsing the record set by the John Atyeo.

1968 - Birmingham City, who are now unbeaten in nine league games, registered their first win at Ewood Park since 1968, beating Blackburn Rovers 3-2.

28,598 - The highest attendance in The Football League at the weekend came at Molineux for the Sky Bet League 1 top-of-the-table clash between Wolverhampton Wanderers and Leyton Orient..

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