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Weekend in numbers

8 December 2014

We take a look at the numbers that make up the weekend's Sky Bet Football League action.

0 - Bolton Wanderers failed to score for the first time since the appointment of manager Neil Lennon, drawing a blank at Reading.

1 - After a 1-0 home loss to Norwich City, Wigan Athletic have only won once in 15 at the DW Stadium.

2 - Steven Davies scored the only goal of the game for Blackpool against Birmingham City to earn the Tangerines just their second win of the season.

2 - That was also only the second time Blackpool have got the better of Birmingham in their last 11 meetings.

3 - Watford's Troy Deeney and Middlesbrough's Jelle Vossen netted hat-tricks at the weekend, against Fulham and Millwall respectively.

4 - The Hornets had lost four matches on the spin before thumping the Cottagers 5-0 in front of the Sky Sports cameras on Friday night.

5 - Wolves slipped to a fifth straight defeat after losing 2-1 to Bournemouth.

5 - Brentford's five-game winning run was ended by Huddersfield Town, who overcame the Bees 2-1.

5 - Derby County have now won five games on the bounce against Brighton & Hove Albion after a 3-0 success at the weekend.

6 - Cardiff City failed to win at home for the first time in six matches, drawing 0-0 with Rotherham United.

7 - Bolton were hammered 7-1 by Reading at the Madejski last season but, on Saturday, their meeting ended goalless.

8 - After their draw at Cardiff, Rotherham are now without a win in eight Sky Bet Championship matches.

10 - Blackburn Rovers fell to their first defeat in 10 games, going down 2-1 to Sheffield Wednesday.

11 - Following their win at Wolves, Bournemouth are now undefeated in 11 outings.

11 - Charlton's draw at Nottingham Forest was their 11th of the season, which is a league-high in the Sky Bet Championship.

12 - Middlesbrough's Jelle Vossen had failed to find the net in 12 appearances before netting his weekend hat-trick.

20 - Derby were 3-0 up inside 20 minutes against Brighton.

60 - Huddersfield and Brentford met for the 60th time at the weekend, in their first second-tier clash since 1952/53.

100 - In that match, Sean Scannell marked his 100th appearance for Huddersfield by scoring their first goal.

1914 - Football League clubs joined members of the football family across the country at the weekend to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the First World War Christmas Truce; click here for more information.

1998 - Bournemouth have now recorded back-to-back 2-1 wins at Wolves. Before Saturday, their last victory there was in September 1998, when now-manager Eddie Howe was in the starting line-up.

1999 - Sheffield Wednesday's win at Blackburn was their first at Ewood Park since 1999.

28,637 - Derby's match with Brighton attracted the biggest crowd of the weekend in The Football League, with over 28,000 supporters inside the iPro Stadium for the Rams' 3-0 victory.

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