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Weekend in numbers

29 September 2014

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

0 - Blackpool are now the only team in The Football League without a victory to their name in 2014/15.

0 - No goals have been scored between Hartlepool and Portsmouth for three meetings now, after Saturday's goalless stalemate.

1 - Peterborough United triumphed 1-0 against Fleetwood Town at the weekend in what was the first ever competitive meeting between the pair.

1 - Northampton Town were the only team in Sky Bet League 2 to record an away victory, beating Morecambe 1-0 at the Globe Arena.

2 - Fulham claimed just their second away league win in 2014, winning 2-1 at Birmingham City.

2 - Crawley Town scored two goals in a match for the first time this season on Saturday, overcoming Yeovil Town 2-0.

3 - Bristol City scored three goals for the fourth consecutive match on Saturday.

3 - Exeter City won 2-1 for the third match on the spin on Saturday, against Bury.

3 - Nottingham Forest, Charlton and Bristol City are the three teams with their unbeaten league record in 2014/15 still intact.

3 - Bradford City ended their run of three successive home defeats with a 1-1 draw against Port Vale.

3 - Wolves had only conceded three goals before Sunday, when they let in three at Reading.

4 - Southend United and Ipswich Town both registered their fourth victory on the bounce, beating Shrewsbury Town and Rotherham United respectively.

4 - That's the first time the Tractor Boys have won four games in a row under manager Mick McCarthy.

6 - Charlton and Middlesbrough drew 0-0 at The Valley. That was the Addicks' sixth draw of the season but Boro's first.

6 - Six of the 12 Sky Bet League 2 games on Saturday finished 1-0.

7 - Swindon Town won 3-0 against Barnsley and they are now unbeaten in seven Sky Bet League 1 games.

9 - Rhys Healey scored within nine minutes of coming on for his Colchester United debut, in their 3-0 win at Crewe.

11 - Huddersfield secured their first victory in 11 home league outings, beating Millwall 2-1. Their last victory at the John Smith's Stadium came back at the beginning of March when they thumped Barnsley 5-0.

16 - Carlisle United saw off Tranmere Rovers 1-0 to seal three points for the first time in 16 league matches.

27 - Sheffield United had 27 attempts at goal in their victory against Gillingham. The Gills found the net with their only shot on target.

46 - Nathan Delfouneso's 46th-minute strike for Blackpool was their first goal in September. They last scored against Millwall on 30th August.

78 - There was 78 seconds between Lee Evans' goal for Wolves and Jake Taylor's leveller for Reading in Sunday's televised Sky Bet Championship match.

90 - On-loan Tottenham striker Shaquile Coulthirst scored after just 90 seconds for Southend against Shrewsbury.

100 - Paul Hayes scored his 100th league goal at the weekend, giving Wycombe a home victory over Cambridge United.

2001 - Sheffield United beat Gillingham 2-1 at Bramall Lane on Saturday. Prior to that, the home side hadn't won in a clash between the Blades and the Gills since 2001 - 10 meetings ago.

23,811 - Nottingham Forest's home match against Brighton & Hove Albion drew the biggest crowd of the weekend in The Football League, with over 23,000 in attendance at the City Ground.

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