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Saturday 22nd February

 

Middlesborough v Leeds United

Last meeting: @ Leeds – 2-1 Leeds win

Middlesborough’s six game form: W-L-D-D-D-L

Leeds’ six game form: W-D-L-L-W-L

Head-to-head record: 30H 25D 35A

Interesting stats: Middlesbrough have had three players sent off in their last four meetings with Leeds.  Leeds United have recovered more points from losing positions than any other team in the Championship this season (15).

 

Barnsley v Millwall

Last meeting: @ Millwall – 1-0 Millwall win

Barnsley’s six game form: W-D-L-D-D-L

Millwall’s six game form: W-D-L-L-D-D

Head-to-head record: 19H 12D 20A

Interesting stats: Millwall have the worst defensive record in the Championship conceding 59 goals.

 

Blackpool v Birmingham City

Last meeting: @ Birmingham – 1-1 draw

Blackpool’s six game form: L-D-L-L-D-D

Birmingham’s six game form: L-L-D-W-L-L

Head-to-head record: 43H 28D 45A

Interesting stats: Blackpool have been given nine red cards in the Championship this season; more than any other side.

 

Bolton v Watford

Last meeting: @Watford – 1-0 Bolton win

Bolton’s six game form: L-L-L-D-L-D

Watford’s six game form: L-W-D-W-W-D

Head-to-head record: 11H 5D 14A

Interesting stats: Bolton are without a win in 2014. They last tasted victory on Boxing day against Barnsley.

 

Brighton v Wigan Atheltic

Last meeting: @ Wigan – 1-0 Brighton win

Brighton’s six game form: W-L-D-L-W-W

Wigan’s six game form: L-D-W-L-W-W

Head-to-head record: 6H 1D 4A

Interesting stats: Brighton have kept clean sheets in each of their last three Championship home games.

 

Burnley v Nottingham Forest

Last meeting: @ Forest – 1-1 draw

Burnley’s six game form: D-D-D-W-W-D

Forest’s six game form: W-W-W-D-W-D

Head-to-head record: 40H 27D 37A

Interesting stats: Both of these sides are yet to be defeated in 2014. Burnley are on a 9 game unbeaten run, whilst Forest are unbeaten in 14. Forest have scored in each of their last 10 league games.

 

Charlton v Q.P.R.

Last meeting: @ Q.P.R – 1-0 Q.P.R. win

Charlton’s six game form: D-D-L-L-L-L

Q.P.R.’s six game form: W-W-W-D-L-L

Head-to-head record: 22H-21D-22A

Interesting stats: Charlton have won just three games at the Valley all season. Q.P.R. have the best defensive record in the Championship, they have conceded just 24 goals in their 30 games.

 

Derby County v AFC Bournemouth

Last meeting: @ Bournemouth – 1-0 Derby win

Derby’s six game form: W-D-W-D-W-W

Bournemouth’s six game form: L-D-W-L-D-D

Head-to-head record: 3H 1D 2A

Interesting stats: Patrick Bamford has scored in five of his seven appearances for Derby County since joining on loan from Chelsea.

 

Huddersfield Town v Sheffield Wednesday

Last meeting: @ Wednesday – 2-1 Huddersfield win

Huddersfield’s six game form: L-L-L-W-L-W

Wednesday’s six game form: D-D-W-W-L-L

Head-to-head record: 24H 10D 15A

Interesting stats: Sheffield Wednesday have not lost away from home since November. A run of six games unbeaten away from Hillsborough.

 

Leicester City v Ipswich Town

Last meeting: @ Ipswich – 2-1 Leicester win

Leicester’s six game form: W-W-W-W-D-D

Ipswich’s six game form: L-W-D-W-D-D

Head-to-head record: 25H 18D 27A

Interesting stats: Ipswich have dropped more points from winning positions than any other Championship side & enough to have been top of the table (25).

 

Reading v Blackburn Rovers

Last meeting: @ Blackburn – 0-0 draw

Reading’s six game form: W-L-W-W-L-W

Blackburn’s six game form: W-L-D-D-W-D

Head-to-head record: 1H 7D 4A

Interesting stats: Reading have scored in all of their home league games except one. (v Brighton 0-0)

 

Yeovil v Doncaster Rovers

Last meeting: @ Doncaster – 2-1 Doncaster win

Yeovil’s six game form: W-L-L-L-D-D

Doncaster’s six game form: W-D-W-D-L-D

Head-to-head record: 13H 6D 4A

Interesting stats: Yeovil have the worst home record in the Championship. They have picked up just 10 points at Huish Park.


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