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Weekend in numbers

22 September 2014

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

1 - Fleetwood Town's Jamie Proctor scored with his first touch of the ball on Saturday, heading home against Bristol City.

2 - Norwich City's Cameron Jerome scored his second successive brace on Saturday against his former club Birmingham City.

3 - Graham Cummins of Exeter City bagged for a third successive game on Saturday, opening the scoring for the Grecians against Tranmere.

3 - Luton Town's three wins this season have all been by a 1-0 scoreline, with Mark Cullen scoring the decisive goals.

3 - Nottingham Forest, Charlton Athletic and Bristol City are still yet to lose in The Football League this season.

3 - Both Doncaster and Fleetwood hadn't found the net for three games prior to Saturday, when they hit three past Chesterfield and Bristol City respectively.

3 - Bury recorded their third successive victory on Saturday, against Burton Albion, to leapfrog their opponents at the summit of the Sky Bet League 2 table. Southend and Middlesbrough also recorded their third consecutive wins at the weekend.

4 - Shrewsbury Town's four-game winning streak at Greenhous Meadow was ended by Newport County, who took a point to extend their unbeaten run to six.

5 - Port Vale ended a run of five defeats on the bounce by beating Barnsley in what was Rob Page's first game in caretaker charge.

6 - Barnsley's Conor Hourihane has now netted six goals in six Sky Bet League 1 games, after notching against Port Vale on Saturday.

6 - Joe Garner scored his sixth league goal of the season, against Crawley at Deepdale. That's two more than the entire Reds' team have scored so far this term.

7 - Middlesbrough's Grant Leadbitter also found the net on Saturday, taking his goal tally to seven in his last eight appearances in all competitions.

8 - Doncaster ended their eight-game winless streak at the Keepmoat - which stretched back to March - by overcoming Chesterfield 3-2.

9 - Northampton Town and Accrington Stanley battled out a nine-goal thriller at Sixfields on Saturday, with Stanley winning 5-4, just days after the Cobblers put five past Hartlepool United.

10 - This weekend marked the 10th anniversary of the passing of the great Brian Clough.

10 - Nottingham Forest stretched their unbeaten run in all competitions in 2014/15 by drawing 0-0 at Millwall.

11 - Eoin Doyle scored his 11th goal of the season at the weekend. He's the first player in The Football League to reach double figures this term.

13 - John Coleman began his second spell as Accrington manager at the weekend. He previously managed the club for 13 years, between 1999 and 2012.

15 - Carlisle United are now a club record 15 league games without a victory following a 3-2 reverse at Mansfield.

20 - Luciano Becchio scored his first League goal since New Year's Day 2013 - 20 months ago - for Rotherham against Charlton.

100 - Sky Bet League 1 leaders Bristol City have made their best start to a league season for over a century.

1983 - Rotherham and Charlton met in a competitive fixture on Saturday for the first time since New Year's Day 1983. The game ended 1-1 at the New York Stadium.

2009 - Wolves beat Bolton for the first time since 2009 on Saturday, winning 1-0 at Molineux.

29,848 - The 29,848 crowd at Sheffield Wednesday's Hillsborough on Saturday was the highest attendance of the weekend in The Football League.

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