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Weekend in numbers

22 December 2014

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

0 - The last seven encounters between Accrington Stanley and Wycombe Wanderers haven't been won by the home side. Their three most recent meetings, including on Saturday, have ended level.

1 - Crewe Alexandra won for the first time in nine outings, by overcoming Sky Bet League 1 leaders Bristol City 1-0.

1 - Mansfield Town were the only side to win on the road in Sky Bet League 2, triumphing 1-0 at AFC Wimbledon.

2 - The top two in Sky Bet League 1 both lost at the weekend as Bristol City fell to Crewe and Swindon Town were defeated by Doncaster Rovers.

3 - Carlisle United defender Troy Archibald-Henville netted his first goal for nearly three years in the Cumbrians' narrow victory against Northampton Town.

4 - Wycombe Wanderers' Paris Cowan-Hall has now scored four goals over four successive games, after finding the net against Accrington Stanley.

4 - Brentford's Jota has also scored one goal in each of his last four appearances with his most recent coming against Cardiff City.

6 - Six of the Sky Bet Championship's 12 matches resulted in away wins.

7 - Dagenham & Redbridge have now conceded seven penalties this term - the most in the top four divisions of English football.

7 - MK Dons scored seven for the first time in the club's history, thrashing Oldham Athletic 7-0. The Dons are now unbeaten in 11 and moved up to second with that impressive result.

7 - Chesterfield had not won on the road in seven outings, going back to August, before seeing off Gillingham 3-2 in Kent.

7 - Northampton have lost seven successive away games in all competitions after going down 2-1 at Carlisle.

8 - At the other end of the scale in Sky Bet League 2, it's now eight home victories on the spin for Luton Town. They've conceded just once in that run.

9 - Exeter City hadn't lost in nine before suffering a 1-0 defeat at Stevenage.

11 - Shrewsbury Town remain unbeaten at home after they saw off Morecambe 1-0 with Andy Mangan scoring the winner with only four minutes remaining.

14 - Ipswich Town striker Daryl Murphy notched his 14th goal of the campaign on Saturday and that marks his best-ever return.

33 - All 33 of Saturday's Football League matches featured at least one goal.

33 - MK Dons have now scored 33 goals in 11 matches at stadiummk this term, with seven coming on Saturday against Oldham.

47 - Jay Tabb scored first goal in 47 appearances, in the 47th minute of Ipswich's game against Middlesbrough.

50 - Bournemouth netted six times at Blackpool and that took their season tally of goals scored to 50, in just 22 Sky Bet Championship matches.

95 - Garry Thompson found the net in the fifth minute of injury time to grab Notts County an equaliser at Rochdale to maintain their undefeated record on the road this term.

100 - Simon Grayson celebrates his 100th game in charge of Preston North End at the weekend with a victory at Peterborough United.

100 - Brentford maintained their 100 per cent record when going in front after beating Cardiff 3-2, having led 3-0.

1,000 - Danny Wilson took charge of the 1,000th game of his managerial career when his Barnsley side hosted Leyton Orient in Sky Bet League 1. He is one of only 24 managers to achieve that feat in English football. Click here for more information.

1,300 - Over 1,300 Bradford City fans wore Christmas jumpers to the Bantams' Sky Bet League 1 match with Scunthorpe United at Valley Parade in an attempt to break the world record for the most festive jumpers to be worn in one place. The previous record was 639 and the club are seeking verification.

1983 - Doncaster have still only lost to Swindon once at the County Ground since December 1983.

2008 - Jordan Rhodes has failed to hit double figures for goals before Christmas for the first time since 2008 but the front man grabbed his eighth and ninth of the season on Saturday to fire Blackburn Rovers to victory against Charlton.

27,974 - Derby County's thrilling 2-2 draw with Norwich City attracted the biggest crowd of the weekend with nearly 28,000 inside the iPro Stadium for the lunchtime kick-off.

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