2 - There were two hat-tricks scored in the Sky Bet Football League this weekend - Yann Kermorgant for Bournemouth and Scott Hogan for Rochdale.

3 - Yeovil Town received three red cards at Reading on Saturday but still managed to register a 1-1 draw at the Madejski Stadium. It's the second time a Sky Bet Championship team has seen three players dismissed this season - Blackpool are the other side who went down to eight men, against the Glovers.

5 - Matt Tubbs scored for Crawley Town in their 1-0 over Peterborough United to make it five goals in his past four Sky Bet League 1 games.

6 - Rotherham United hammered Notts County 6-0 on Saturday to record their biggest ever winning margin at the New York Stadium.

7 - Burnley manager Sean Dyche named the same starting XI for the seventh successive Sky Bet Championship match, as they beat Derby County 2-0.

7 - Wolverhampton Wanderers have recorded seven victories in a row in Sky Bet League 1. They last won seven straight games during October and November in 2008, in the Championship.

9 - Southend United are hanging onto their position in the Sky Bet League 2 Play-Off places, in seventh, after drawing at home to Wycombe Wanderers. That is the Shrimpers' ninth game without victory.

11 - Like Wolves, Sheffield United have also won seven games in a row, in all competitions. The Blades have jumped 11 places in the League 1 table during that time, from 23rd to 12th.

11 - Sky Bet League 2 side Plymouth Argyle eased past Morecambe by five goals to nil at Home Park on Saturday. John Shreidan's men have now scored 11 times in their past three outings.

12 - Rochdale's 3-0 win over Oxford United was their 12th win at Spotland in League 2 this season, the most in the division.

13 - Only Championship leaders Leicester City and League 1 table-toppers Wolves have more home wins, both with 13 triumphs.

16 - Blackpool are winless in 16 Championship matches and have dropped from fourth to 18th in that time.

18 - Scunthorpe United protected the longest unbeaten run in The Football League with a 2-2 draw at Newport County, a streak of 18 games.

21 - Burnley are unbeaten in 17 home league fixtures this season, part of a 21-match undefeated run at Turf Moor which stretches back to 11th March 2013.

52 - Crawley's triumph over Peterborough was their first home match in 52 days.

86 - Bolton Wanderers thrashed Blackburn Rovers 4-0 at the Reebok Stadium on Saturday to record their biggest margin of victory over their Lancashire rivals in 86 years, since a 6-1 win in January 1928.

396 - York City were closing in on 400 minutes of football without a goal at Bootham Crescent, but John McCombe's opener against Exeter City ensured the rot ended four minutes shy of that landmark.

450 - Sheffield United recorded a 1-0 win at Milton Keynes Dons to record a fifth successive clean sheet. They were last breached 450 minutes ago.

704 - Middlesbrough were beaten 1-0 at Sheffield Wednesday on Saturday, and Aitor Karanka's men are now goalless in 704 minutes of football, that's 11 hours and 44 minutes.

24,742 - The biggest Football League attendance of the weekend was at the King Power Stadium, where just under 25,000 people watched Leicester beat Charlton Athletic 3-0.

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