With just the Sky Bet Championship to look forward to in the EFL this weekend, we've crunched the numbers and taken a look at some of the division's latest facts and figures.
0 – Ipswich Town, Nottingham Forest and Sheffield United are all yet to register a draw this term.
1 – Joe Williams got his first goal in Barnsley colours earlier this week. Here it is...
It was a 102-mile round trip for @bfc_official fans last night.— EFL (@EFL) November 1, 2017
And it was made worthwhile when @JoeWilliams0812 did this. 😳 pic.twitter.com/J9yjwRQOMz
2 – Two men have been placed in temporary charge of Sunderland following Simon Grayson's dismissal. Billy McKinlay and Robbie Stockdale will lead the team for Sunday's Tees-Wear derby at Middlesbrough.
Read more: McKinlay and Stockdale take temporary charge
3 – The number of Championship players involved in the England U17 squad which won the World Cup last week. Congratulations to Reading's Danny Loader, Fulham's Steven Sessegnon, and Wolves' Morgan Gibbs-White.
Read more: England win FIFA Under-17 World Cup
4 – Derby County have won four straight games after their comeback win at Leeds United in midweek.
5 – The aforementioned result means its five defeats from the last six Championship outings for Thomas Christiansen's Whites.
7 – Wednesday night's 2-0 win at Preston North End saw Aston Villa earn their seventh clean sheet in their last 10 games.
💬👍 Boss thrilled with the form of John Terry and James Chester after another clean sheet...#PartOfThePride #AVFC pic.twitter.com/08XWaDcE3L— Aston Villa FC (@AVFCOfficial) November 1, 2017
8 – Brentford are unbeaten in eight Championship encounters, the most recent being Wednesday's 2-0 triumph at Birmingham City.
9 – Bristol City's Bobby Reid and Wolves' striker Leo Bonatini both scored in midweek to lead the division's scoring charts with nine goals apiece.
125 – Aston Villa and Sheffield Wednesday first met 125 years ago, in 1892, and have played each other 125 times. The head-to-head reads 66-52 to Villa, with 17 draws, ahead of meeting number 126.
300 – Ian Holloway won his 300th game in charge of QPR in midweek, and has recorded successive wins against the Championship leaders. First Wolves, and then Sheffield United.
🙌 #Ollie300— QPR FC (@QPRFC) October 31, 2017
What a way to celebrate 3️⃣0️⃣0️⃣ games in charge of #QPR! pic.twitter.com/VjWv1gneYm