1 - There was only one goalless draw in The Sky Bet Football League this weekend, which came on Friday night when Rotherham United faced Bradford City.
2 - Burnley have now lost back-to-back home matches having gone 21 league games unbeaten at Turf Moor before that.
2 - Blackpool have won only two games in their past 25 Sky Bet Championship matches, slipping from fourth to 20th in the process.
3 - Leyton Orient beat Gillingham 5-1 on Saturday - that's the third time they have triumphed by a four-goal margin at home this season.
3 - Portsmouth won their third consecutive match over the weekend, a feat they last achieved three years ago, during February to March in 2011.
6 - Preston North End hammered Carlisle United 6-1 in Sky Bet League 1 on Saturday. The Lilywhites last scored six at home in a league match just under five years ago.
6 - Crawley Town ended a run of six straight defeats - the worst run in their Football League history - with a 2-0 victory at Milton Keynes Dons.
10 - Exeter City continued their hoodoo against Cheltenham Town. Their 1-1 draw in Sky Bet League 2 means they now haven't beaten the Robins in all 10 of their encounters, having lost the previous nine.
12 - Nottingham Forest have now gone 12 league games without tasting a victory - the longest winless run in The Football League.
12 - Sheffield Wednesday's past two games have involved 12 goals; they drew 3-3 with Nottingham Forest on Tuesday night before a 3-3 draw with Blackburn Rovers on Saturday.
19 - Brighton and Hove Albion kept their 19th clean sheet of the season at the weekend, the highest in the Sky Bet Championship.
21 - Sam Baldock's penalty moved the Bristol City striker onto 21 league goals this season, level with Peterborough United's Britt Assombalonga and Coventry City's Callum Wilson in the race for League 1's top goalscorer.
24 - In securing an immediate return to the Championship with a 2-0 victory at Crewe Alexandra, Wolverhampton Wanderers also kept their 24th clean sheet of the season, which is a club record.
26 - Scunthorpe United are still the holders of the longest current unbeaten record in The Football League - they are undefeated in 26 matches.
32 - Christian Jolley scored Newport County's first goal in a 2-0 win at home against Wycombe Wanderers - his first in 32 games - a run stretching back to the opening day of the season.
93 - Wolves broke another club record this weekend. They now have 93 points, beating their previous best of 92 when they won Division Three in 1988/89.
99 - 99 goals were scored on Saturday: 33 in the Sky Bet Championship, 34 in Sky Bet League 1 and 32 in Sky Bet League 2.
420 - Shaquile Coulthirst's goal for Torquay United at Bristol Rovers was the Gulls' first in 420 minutes of football.
1997 - Walsall haven't won at home against Bristol City since 1997, losing 1-0 on Saturday to make it six without victory on their own patch against the Robins.
5,000 - Mansfield Town marked their 5,000th competitive game with a 3-0 win over Rochdale on Saturday.
28,770 - The highest attendance of the weekend was on the south coast at the Amex Stadium, where Brighton and Hove Albion beat Charlton 3-0.
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