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In numbers: Saturday 6th January

5 January 2018

Not many EFL fixtures this weekend, but we've still taken a look at a few facts and figures with the New Year up and running...

1 - There's only one Rob Wakelin. The Burton Albion fan deserves a special mention after performing CPR on a Sheffield Wednesday fan following the club's New Year's Day meeting.

Read more: Nigel Clough praises heroic Brewers fan

2 - Six EFL players netted two goals to get their year up and running. Fulham's Aboubakar Kamara was one, while the five others feature in the EFL Team of the Week.

EFL Team of the Week: Our first selection of 2018

4 - Four EFL representatives made EA Sports' latest FIFA18 Team of the Week. Click here to find out who!

5 - Aston Villa hit five in 90 minutes for the first time since April 2013, when tearing apart Bristol City in their 2018 opener.

8 - The total number of EFL fixtures taking place due to clubs' FA Cup involvement. Four in League One, and four in League Two.

Preview: Saturday 6th January 2018

11 - The amount of minutes that Yeovil Town versus Crawley Town was postponed for, due to a drone flying overhead.

18 - The age of Gillingham's Aaron Simpson who, earlier this week, received an award for his work with the local community. Great stuff!

Read more: Gills teenager earns local award

44 - The number of EFL clubs taking place in the FA Cup Third Round this weekend. That's the full quota, for the first time since 1950/51.

Read more: EFL clubs in FA Cup action

85 - Mo Eisa scored the first EFL goal of 2018, finding the net after 85 seconds in Cheltenham Town's 4-1 defeat against Stevenage.

400 - Matt Bloomfield celebrated his 400th appearance for Wycombe Wanderers with a goal in a 2-1 win at Forest Green Rovers.

1935 - Hull City suffered defeat at Bolton Wanderers, extending their winless run away at the Trotters to 83 years.

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