2 - Scunthorpe United and Rochdale were the only teams in the top 13 of Sky Bet League 2 going into the weekend who picked up three points on Saturday.
3 - The bottom three Sky Bet Championship clubs - Yeovil Town, Barnsley and Charlton Athletic - all won at the weekend.
3 - Burnley striker Danny Ings failed to score against Nottingham Forest, and he has now not found the net in three successive matches for the first time this season.
4 - York City drew 0-0 at home to Southend United and that was their fourth successive league match at Bootham Crescent in which they have failed to score.
4 - Blackpool took a 1-0 lead at home to Birmingham City in the Sky Bet Championship on Saturday but lost 2-1, and they have now registered just four points from a possible 45.
5 - Dave Syers netted his first professional hat-trick in Scunthorpe United's 5-1 win over Portsmouth. Five of his eight goals this season have come against Pompey, having scored a brace at Fratton Park in November.
7 - Sheffield Wednesday's 2-0 win at Huddersfield Town extended their unbeaten Championship away record to seven matches.
10 - Wolverhampton Wanderers were 3-0 winners at Brentford on Saturday in a pivotal Sky Bet League 1 promotion clash, and that result ended the Bees' 10-match winning run at Griffin Park.
14 - David Nugent scored Leicester City's second goal in their 3-0 beating of Ipswich Town on Saturday - that was the striker's 14th goal in 13 matches against the Tractor Boys.
16 - Following their win over Portsmouth, Scunthorpe now possess the longest unbeaten run in the Sky Bet Football League - 16 matches.
20 - Burnley are undefeated in 16 home league games during the 2013/14 season, a run stretching back 20 matches, to April 2013.
25 - Hartlepool United were beaten 2-0 at Northampton Town on Saturday, extending their winless run at the Cobblers to 25 games. They have only won once at Northampton in 31 attempts.
28 - Crawley Town beat Walsall 2-1 at the weekend in their first game since 25th January, 28 days ago.
50 - David Nugent's goal against Ipswich was his 50th in a Leicester shirt.
66 - Leyton Orient beat Swindon Town 2-0 to move back to the summit of Sky Bet League 1 and retain their place as The Football League's top scorers with 66 strikes.
614 - Middlesbrough drew 0-0 at home to Leeds United on Saturday, meaning they now haven't found the net in 614 minutes of Championship football.
2010 - Scunthorpe United cruised past Portsmouth, 5-1, and that is their biggest margin of victory in a home league match since a 4-0 result in the Championship against Peterborough United in March 2010.
28,078 - The highest attendance in The Football League was at the King Power Stadium, with 28,078 spectators watching Leicester beat Ipswich 3-0.
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