1 - There was one hat-trick in the Sky Bet Football League this weekend - Craig Bryson of Derby County netted three times in the Rams' 5-0 win over Nottingham Forest.
2 - Out of the 36 games played across the three divisions, only two finished goalless, both in Sky Bet League 2.
3 - All three of Queens Park Rangers' goals at Middlesbrough were scored in either first or second-half injury time.
4 - AFC Wimbledon beat Cheltenham Town in a 4-3 thriller in Sky Bet League 2, with four goals scored in the space of five minutes.
11 - Shrewsbury Town netted a last-minute winner to beat Bradford City 2-1 and record a first home victory in 11 attempts.
11 - Rotherham United's win at Peterborough United ensured that their head-to-head record now stands at deadlock, with 11 wins each plus 11 draws.
12 - Southend United were held to a 0-0 draw at Bristol Rovers to make it 12 games without a League 2 victory for Phil Brown's men.
14 - Watford couldn't hold onto a 1-0 lead at Wigan Athletic as they lost 2-1. The Hornets are now winless in their past 14 away matches.
14 - Birmingham City have a similar home record - they haven't triumphed at St. Andrew's in the Sky Bet Championship in 14 attempts, since victory over Millwall on 1st October.
14 - Brentford beat Coventry City 3-1 at Griffin Park on Saturday to make it 14 wins from 15 home matches in all competitions.
14 - Another 14; Exeter City picked up a 3-0 win over Fleetwood Town to register a first home league success in 14 outings.
17 - Leicester City drew 1-1 at Blackburn Rovers at the weekend to extend their winless run at Ewood Park to seven games over 17 years.
22 - Paddy Madden's goal was enough to secure a 1-0 win for Scunthorpe United against Burton Albion and the Iron are now unbeaten in 22 games.
91 - The ball hit the net 91 times over the three divisions at the weekend.
100 - Steve Evans celebrated 100 matches in charge of Rotherham United with a 1-0 victory at Peterborough United.
733 - Sheffield United's defence hadn't been breached for 733 minutes of Sky Bet League 1 action until James Henry netted for Wolverhampton Wanderers, which set Kenny Jackett's side on their way to a 2-0 victory.
1898 - Derby County's 5-0 victory against Nottingham Forest was their biggest against their East Midlands rivals since 1898.
33,004 - That game also saw the biggest attendance of the weekend, with just over 33,00 fans packing into the iPro Stadium
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