0 - Middlesbrough are still to win at Bournemouth in the league, following their 0-0 draw, which took their tally at the Cherries to four draws and one defeat.
1 - Gary Harkins scored his first away goal of the season as Oldham Athletic drew at Crewe Alexandra, having netted six times in home matches for either Oldham or St Mirren during the current campaign.
1 - Jordan Rhodes netted a hat-trick for Blackburn Rovers against his former club Huddersfield Town - he was the only man to score three times this weekend.
7 - One penalty was scored in seven of the 11 Sky Bet League 2 matches to take place on Saturday.
8 - Eight out of the 32 Saturday 3pm kick-offs in The Football League ended goalless - one quarter of the matches.
10 - Across the weekend's Football League action, 10 goals were netted during either first-half or second-half injury time.
11 - Brentford won 1-0 at Leyton Orient on Saturday lunchtime to extend their unbeaten record on the road to 11 league matches. Their club record is 12.
21 - Scunthorpe United picked up an impressive 2-0 win at Plymouth Argyle to extend their unbeaten league run to 21 matches, stretching back to 16th November.
22 - Aaron McLean scored his first goal for Bradford City in a 1-1 draw with Gillingham - his first league strike in 22 matches.
22 - Burnley came from behind to beat Leeds United 2-1 at the weekend to make it 22 league games undefeated at Turf Moor - a run lasting over a year.
31- Morecambe have recovered more points from losing positions than any other Football League club. The Shrimps rescued a 1-1 draw at Dagenham and Redbridge to make it 31 points gained after conceding the first goal.
37 - The quickest goal over the weekend went to Port Vale's Doug Loft, who opened the scoring against Coventry City after just 37 seconds in their Sky Bet League 1 clash on Sunday afternoon.
52 - Matthew Upson's illness kept him out of Brighton and Hove Albion's trip to Bolton Wanderers, bringing to an end his run of 52 consecutive league matches for the Seagulls. Prior to Saturday, he hadn't missed a single minute of Sky Bet Championship football this season.
27, 669 - The highest attendance at Football League matches this weekend was at the King Power Stadium where 27,669 people watched Leicester City beat Blackpool 3-1. Nottingham Forest v Doncaster Rovers drew in a crowd just under that total, of 27,402
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