1 - One EFL club remains in the Carabao Cup — Bristol City. The Robins dumped out holders Manchester United in midweek to set up a semi-final tie with Manchester City.
2 - Still yet to draw a game, Nottingham Forest and Bristol Rovers are the two sides where a result has gone one way or the other.
3 - Lincoln City’s 2-0 win over Accrington Stanley was their third win in a row, the first time they’ve achieved the feat in the EFL since 2011.
3 - There are three Friday night fixtures on Matchday 23, with one game taking place in each division.
4 - Bradford City have won four away games in a row, all by a one-goal margin. They travel to AFC Wimbledon this weekend, where they won 3-2 last term.
5 - The number of minutes it took substitute Josh Maja to end Sunderland’s year-long wait for a home win last week. They host Birmingham City at the Stadium of Light on Saturday.
6 - Wigan Athletic’s 4-0 rout of AFC Wimbledon was their sixth victory by three or more goals, a League One high.
7 - Derby County and Preston North End have kept a division-high seven clean sheets this term, and welcome Millwall and Nottingham Forest respectively on Matchday 23.
10 - Blackburn Rovers’ 10-game unbeaten run is currently the longest streak in the EFL.
14 - Colchester United haven’t trailed at half-time in their last 14 League Two games, the longest run of any League Two side this season.
14 - Jack Marriott’s equaliser for Peterborough United last weekend took him to 14 goals, where he now sits alongside Sheffield United’s Leon Clarke as the EFL’s top goalscorer
50 - Alan Sheehan’s first-half opener against Forest Green Rovers last weekend was Luton Town’s 50th of the current League Two campaign. Danny Hylton made it 51 after the break.
115 - In his 115th game as a professional footballer, Queens Park Rangers’ Jack Robinson netted his first senior goals in last weekend’s win at Birmingham City.
500 - Reading will play their 500th competitive game at the Madejski Stadium this weekend, when Burton Albion come to town.
4000 - Rochdale's weekend meeting with Walsall will be the club's 4000th game in the EFL.