1 - Oxford United and Portsmouth played out the only goalless draw in the entire Football League at the weekend.

1 - Shaquile Coulthirst, on loan from Tottenham Hotspur, scored his first senior goal in Leyton Orient's 4-0 Sky Bet League 1 win over Carlisle United.

2 - Paul Hayes scored a brace for Scunthorpe United at Mansfield Town, in the first game of his third spell with the Iron, who lead the way in Sky Bet League 2.

3 - Dean Smith celebrated three years in charge of Walsall with a 1-1 at Tranmere Rovers in Sky Bet League 1.

3 - York City beat Northampton Town 2-0, to register a third win in a row for the first time this season.

4 - Leyton Orient have scored four goals against Carlisle United in three of their past four meetings, having netted five strikes in the other fixture. Their aggregate scoreline during those games against the Cumbrians is 17-3.

4 - The top four teams in League 2 - Scunthorpe, Burton, Chesterfield, Rochdale - all picked up victories.

8 - Notts County were the only team in the bottom eight of Sky Bet League 1 to pick up maximum points, with a 2-1 win over Sheffield United.

9 - Swindon Town picked up their first victory against Peterborough United in nine attempts, and their ninth home win of the season in 12 games.

10 - Birmingham City's 10-match unbeaten run, the longest in the Sky Bet Championship heading into the weekend, was ended with a 1-0 defeat at Brighton and Hove Albion.

10 - Blackpool have dropped 10 places since the start of December, plummeting from fourth to 14th. The Tangerines haven't won in eight games, which includes seven defeats.

11 - Leicester City have been awarded the most penalties in the Sky Bet Championship in 2013/14 with 11. David Nugent scored from the spot for the eighth time this term as the Foxes beat Derby County 4-1 on Friday night.

11 - With that defeat, Derby are now winless in 11 games at Leicester - the Rams' last victory at their East Midlands rivals came in 2002.

11 - Bradford City and Bristol City drew 1-1 at Valley Parade on Saturday, with both teams now having tied 11 fixtures this season, the joint-most in League 1. They drew 2-2 in their opening match of the season.

26 - With their 6-0 win over Leeds United, Sheffield Wednesday registered their biggest league win for over 26 years, since May 1987.

33 - Burnley's attacking duo Danny Ings and Sam Vokes scored one each in the Clarets' 2-1 win at Yeovil Town, taking their tally of goals this season to 33.

49 - James Hanson scored for Bradford against Bristol City after 49 seconds, the quickest Football League goal of the weekend.

55 - Table-topping Brentford have 55 points from 25 Sky Bet League 1 games. At the equivalent stage last season, Tranmere Rovers led the way with 47 points.

62 - Armand Traoare scored Queens Park Rangers' third goal against Ipswich Town on Saturday, his first strike for the club in 62 appearances.

159 - By beating Leeds United 6-0 on Saturday lunchtime, Sheffield Wednesday recorded their biggest ever victory over the Whites. It was also the first time they have scored six in a match in 159 attempts, since a 6-2 win over Bristol Rovers in December 2010.

412 - Tommy Smith scored a consolation strike for Ipswich Town in their 3-1 defeat against QPR. That was the Tractor Boys' first goal against the Londoners in 412 minutes of football.

26,796 - The highest attendance in The Football League this weekend came at the Amex Stadium, where 26,796 spectators watched Brighton beat Birmingham 1-0 in the Sky Bet Championship.

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