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Easter weekend in numbers

22 April 2014

1 - Sean Dyche won promotion as a player with Chesterfield, Bristol City, Millwall and Northampton Town, and secured his first as a manager, with Burnley, on Monday after watching his Clarets side beat Wigan Athletic 2-0.

1 - Alan Goodall became the first Fleetwood Town player to be sent off this season when he was dismissed in their match against Wycombe Wanderers on Monday.

2 - Matt Derbyshire scored within two minutes in both of Nottingham Forest's weekend matches.

5 - Portsmouth now have five wins in a row since Andy Awford became caretaker manager, after Easter victories against Bristol Rovers and Northampton Town.

5 - Five players hit hat-tricks over the Easter weekend: Rudy Gestede, Marvin Sordell, Paul Gallagher, Kieran Agard and Nouha Dicko.

6 - Hartlepool United ended a run of six consecutive defeats by coming from behind to beat Morecambe 2-1.

7 - Bournemouth's Yann Kermorgant has scored seven goals in his last five home matches for the Cherries, after netting against Sheffield Wednesday on Friday.

9 - Millwall are still searching for their first home win since January, nine outings ago.

9 - York City have kept nine clean sheets in their last 10 matches, and are unbeaten in 15.

9 - Matt Derbyshire's three goals over the Easter weekend has moved him onto nine for the season. He has only scored more in a season when on loan at Wrexham in 2005/06.

10 - Relegation-threatened Carlisle United have conceded 10 goals in their last two away matches - losing 6-1 at Preston before Monday's 4-1 reverse at Peterborough United.

10 - There was a 10-goal thriller at Molineux on Good Friday with Wolverhampton Wanderers overcoming Rotherham United 6-4. Five of the goals came in the last 17 minutes of the match.

11 - Preston followed that 6-1 win at home against Carlisle with a 5-2 success against Shrewsbury Town, meaning they have scored 11 goals in their most recent two outings at Deepdale.

14 - Millwall's Stefan Maierhofer hadn't scored in English football for four and a half years before heading in twice in 14 minutes at Middlesbrough.

15 - Blackpool now haven't won for 15 away games, after a 1-1 draw at Brighton and Hove Albion.

16 - Birmingham have the Sky Bet Championship's worst home form - they are winless in 16 at St. Andrew's.

27 - Brentford's 27th victory of the season - a club record - secured their promotion to the Sky Bet Championship on Friday.

28 - Scunthorpe United are now unbeaten in 28 matches and are on the brink of promotion to Sky Bet League 1.

2010 - Lee Cox kept his composure on Monday to curl in his first goal since 2010 and earn Swindon Town a third straight win.

2011 - Bury beat Plymouth Argyle 4-0 on Good Friday to go seven unbeaten in the league for first time since 2011. That run was ended on Monday when they went down 1-0 at York City.

30,110 - Wolves versus Rotherham was watched by over 30,000 at Molineux on Good Friday and that was the highest attendance in The Football League over the weekend. It was also Wolves' biggest gate since 1981.

Click here to read Monday's divisional round-ups

Click here to read Good Friday/Saturday's divsional round-ups

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