Championship Stat Pack | Boxing Day 2014

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 Brentford v Ipswich Town | Boxing Day 13:00

  • Brentford have W7-L1 of their last 8 games, scoring 2+ in 7/8.
  • Brentford have W6-D1 in their last 7 home games, scoring 2+ in 6/7. They’ve seen BTTS in 7/11 at home.
  • Brentford have seen Over 2.5 Goals in their last 9 games and in 7/10 at home. They’ve seen Over 2.5 Goals in 15/22 games overall.
  • Brentford have kept just 1/11 clean sheets at home on Boxing Day.
  • Ipswich have W6-D3 of their last 9 games, keeping 5/9 clean sheets.
  • Ipswich have W2-D2 in their last 4 away, keeping 3/4 clean sheets but W3-D6-L2 of their 11 overall away with 7/11 seeing BTTS.
  • Ipswich have seen Over 3.5 Goals in 5/10 away to top-six teams, conceding first in 7/10 away to top-six teams.

 Charlton Athletic v Cardiff City | Boxing Day 13.00

  • Charlton have W1-D5-L3 of their last 9 games but W4-D6-L1 of their 11 at home.
  • Charlton have seen Under 2.5 Goals in 5/6 games and in 7/11 at home but 7/11 home games have seen BTTS.
  • Charlton have only trailed at HT in 1/11 home game.
  • Charlton have attempted the fewest shots in the league – 167.
  • Cardiff have W2-D2-L3 of their last 7 games and W1-D5-L5 of their 11 away.
  • Cardiff have seen 8/11 away games feature Under 2.5 Goals.
  • Cardiff have scored 4 in their last 2 away having failed to score in their previous 4 away. They’ve seen 7/11 away games be level at HT.
  • Cardiff have W3-D8-L17 of their previous 28 Boxing Day away games.

Birmingham City v Derby County | Boxing Day 15.00

  • Birmingham have W5-D2-L1 of their 8 games under Gary Rowett, keeping 4/8 clean sheets.
  • Birmingham have W3-D1 of their last 4 games with all 3 wins also featuring BTTS.
  • Birmingham have seen 6/11 home games feature Over 2.5 Goals and BTTS.
  • Birmingham have trailed at HT in 7/10 home to top-six sides and conceded first in 9/12 home to top-six sides.
  • Derby have W1-D1-L2 of their last 4 games and conceded 2+ in 6/9.
  • Derby have W5-D2-L4 of their 11 away games, keeping 4/11 clean sheets but they’ve W1-L3 of their last 4.
  • Derby have led at HT in 6/8 away to bottom-half teams.
  • Derby have W1-D4-L4 of their last 9 away Boxing Day games.
  • Derby have W1-D11-L12 of their last 24 league visits to Birmingham.

Bolton Wanderers v Blackburn Rovers | Boxing Day 15.00

  • Bolton have W4-D3 of their last 7 games and kept 4 clean sheets on the spin for the first time since 2006 – they’ve not kept 5 clean sheets on the since since 1912.
  • Bolton have W4-D1 in their last 5 home games, keeping 3/5 clean sheets. They’ve scored 17 of their 23 goals at home this season.
  • Bolton have seen Under 2.5 Goals in their last 5 games and Under 1.5 Goals in 4/5.
  • Bolton have only led at HT in 1/11 home games with 8/11 being HT draws.
  • Bolton have seen HT draws in 6/8 home games v top-half teams.
  • Blackburn have W2-D3-L2 of their last 7 games but scored in their last 11 matches.
  • Blackburn have W1-D4-L1 of their last 6 away games with all 6 seeing BTTS.
  • Blackburn have seen BTTS in 17/22 and in 9/11 away this season.
  • Blackburn have seen Over 2.5 Goals in 9/12 away to bottom-half teams and Over 3.5 Goals in 12/18 away.
  • Blackburn have D4-L2 in their last 6 Boxing Day games.
  • Blackburn have L4 on the spin away to Bolton.

Bournemouth v Fulham | Boxing Day 15.00

  • Bournemouth have W9-D3 of their last 12 games, scoring 2+ in 9/10.
  • Bournemouth have W5-D2 of their last 7 home games, scoring 2+ in 6/7 and leaking 2+ in their last 4.
  • Bournemouth have seen Over 2.5 Goals in 8/10 games and in 7/11 at home.
  • Bournemouth have scored first in 17/22 games this season and led at HT in 7/11 at home.
  • Bournemouth have W5-L1 of their last 6 home Boxing Day games.
  • Fulham have W4-L2 in their last 6 and W8-D3-L3 in their last 14.
  • Fulham have W2-D2-L1 of their last 5 away matches but they’ve conceded first in 9/11 away this season – 7/11 away saw BTTS.
  • Fulham have seen Over 2.5 Goals in 9/10 games now, in 15/22 overall and in 9/11 away games.
  • Fulham have W2-D7-L7 of their 16 league meetings with Bournemouth.

Brighton & Hove Albion v Reading | Boxing Day 15.00

  • Brighton have W1-D10-L7 of their last 18 games and kept 1/13 clean sheets.
  • Brighton have seen Under 2.5 Goals in 13/18 home games.
  • Brighton have seen BTTS in 7/11 home games and leaked before HT in 6/11 at home.
  • Brighton have seen HT draws in 9/13 home games against bottom-half teams.
  • Reading have W3-D3-L9 of their last 15 games.
  • Reading have W1-L5 of their last 6 away games, leaking 2+ in 5/6 away.
  • Reading have seen Over 2.5 Goals in their last 6 away games and in 15/22 overall.
  • Reading have conceded first in 12/14 away games.
  • Reading have W4-D1 of their last 5 away to Brighton.

Leeds United v Wigan Athletic | Boxing Day 15.00

  • Leeds have W2-D5-L7 of their last 14 games and kept just 1/12 clean sheets.
  • Leeds have only conceded 1 goal before HT at home with 5/11 home games being 0-0 at HT.
  • Leeds have W6/11 home games against bottom-six teams.
  • Leeds have fired in a league-low of 71 shots-on-target this season.
  • Leeds have only L1/11 home Boxing Day games.
  • Wigan have W1-D7-L9 of their last 17 games. They’ve L4 on the spin – their worst run since 2011.
  • Wigan have L4 on the spin away and W1-D2-L8 away – the worst away record in the league. They’ve conceded first in 13/17 away but have seen 7/11 away HT draws.
  • Wigan have seen Over 2.5 Goals in 6/9 games and in 5/6 away.
  • Wigan have L6/8 away to bottom-half teams.
  • Wigan have D1-L2 of their 3 Boxing Day games in the Championship.

Middlesbrough v Nottingham Forest | Boxing Day 15.00

  • Middlesbrough have W9-D6-L2 of their last 17 games, keeping 8/17 clean sheets.
  • Middlesbrough have W4-D4 in their last 8 at home, keeping 5/8 clean sheets.
  • Middlesbrough have seen Under 2.5 Goals in 5/6 games and in 6/7 home games.
  • Middlesbrough have scored first in 9/11 home games against top-half teams.
  • Middlesbrough have W4 home Boxing Day games on the spin ‘to nil’.
  • Forest have D3 on the spin and W2-D8-L5 of their last 15 games.
  • Forest have W3-D5-L3 of their 11 away games with 7/11 seeing Over 2.5 Goals.
  • Forest have had HT draws in 7/11 away games, leading in just 1/11 away at HT.
  • Forest have conceded the first goal in 9/12 away games to top-six teams and seen Over 2.5 Goals in 14/19 away to top-six clubs.
  • Forest have D3-L5 of their last 8 away Boxing Day games, not winning since 1991.

Norwich City v Millwall | Boxing Day 15.00

  • Norwich have W2-D2-L1 of their last 5 games now but W4-D5-L2 of their 11 at home.
  • Norwich have seen 8/11 home games feature BTTS with 7/11 seeing Over 2.5 Goals and Over 2.5 Goals in 7/8 games home and away.
  • Norwich have scored first in 6/11 home games but 25 of their 33 goals this season have come in the second-half. They’ve only led at HT in 2/11 at home.
  • Millwall have W2-D7-L8 of their last 17 games and W1-D4-L4 of their last 9 away.
  • Millwall have conceded first in 10/20 away and seen Under 2.5 Goals in 8/12 away – they’ve seen Under 1.5 Goals in 5/11 away this season, keeping 5/11 away clean sheets.
  • Millwall have D4-L9 when falling behind this season.
  • Millwall have W5-D5-L1 of their last 11 Boxing Day games in the second tier.

Rotherham United v Huddersfield Town | Boxing Day 15.00

  • Rotherham have W1-D4-L1 of their last 6 games but failed to score in 6/8.
  • Rotherham have D3-L2 of their last 5 home games, failing to score in 3/5.
  • Rotherham have seen HT draws in 6/11 home games and Under 2.5 Goals in 8/11 home matches and in 16/22 games home and away.
  • Rotherham have scored just 3 goals before HT at home. Rotherham have W3 on the spin on Boxing Day in the second tier.
  • Huddersfield have W1-D1-L5 of their last 7 games and D2-L4 of their last 6 away.
  • Huddersfield have seen Over 2.5 Goals in 12/14 away game, Over 3.5 Goals in 7/11 away this season and Over 2.5 Goals in 5/22 home and away this season,
  • Huddersfield have conceded 2+ in 7/11 away and conceded first in 8/11 away.
  • Huddersfield have picked up just 1 point from losing positions this season.
  • Huddersfield have W1-D5-L2 of their last 8 Boxing Day games.

Sheffield Wednesday v Blackpool | Boxing Day 15.00

  • Wednesday have W2-D2-L3 of their last 7 games, failing to score in 5/7.
  • Wednesday have W1-D2-L3 of their last 6 home games, failing to score in 5/6.
  • Wednesday have had HT draws in 8/11 home games with Under 2.5 Goals in 9/11 at home and in 16/22 games overall.
  • Wednesday have scored only 5 of their 16 goals at home and only 2 before HT.
  • Wednesday have W1-D4-L1 of their last 6 Boxing Day games.
  • Blackpool have W5-D13-L33 of their last 51 Championship games but have W1-D4-L2 of their last 7, scoring in all 7.
  • Blackpool have W1-D9-L17 of their last 27 away league games. They’ve seen BTTS in 7/11 away this season.
  • Blackpool have conceded 2+ in 5/6 away games with Over 2.5 Goals in 5/6 away.
  • Blackpool have W4-D4 in their last 8 Boxing Day games.

Watford v Wolves | Boxing Day 17.15 | Sky Sports 1

  • Watford have W3 on the spin – they’ve not W4 on the spin since January 2011.
  • Watford have W6-D3-L2 of their 11 home games this season.
  • Watford have seen Over 2.5 Goals in 11/14 home games and BTTS in 9/11 home games this season – 5/6 home wins have included BTTS.
  • Watford have W1-D3-L2 of their last 6 home Boxing Day games.
  • Wolves have W3-D5-L6 of their last 14 games and failed to score in 4/8.
  • Wolves have seen Over 2.5 Goals in 6/10 away and conceded first in 7/11 away, trailing at HT in 6/11 away.
  • Wolves have scored just 2 goals before HT away from home this season.
  • Wolves have W1-D1-L8 of their last 10 away Boxing Day games.
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