Football League Stat Pack | 30th September 2014


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Brighton v Cardiff

Brighton have W0/5 now and only W1 home game this season.

Brighton have failed to score in 3 games with all 3 seeing Under 2.5 Goals.

Cardiff have now W1/6 games.

Cardiff have D3 L2 in their last 5 against Brighton, failing to score in the last 2.

Derby v Bournemouth

  • Derby are unbeaten in 8 games in all competitions and have scored 14 goals in 6 league games.
  • Derby have W16/22 home league games under Steve McClaren.
  • Bournemouth have W1/7 games now but have D3/5.
  • Bournemouth have scored in 9/9 league games this season and scored in 18/23 away games in 2013/14.

Middlesbrough v Blackpool

  • Middlesbrough have kept 3 consecutive league clean sheets.
  • Blackpool have L8/10 league games and scored just 4 in 9 this season.
  • Blackpool have now L14/19 away league games with Under 2.5 Goals seen in 8/9 away.

Millwall V Birmingham

  • Millwall have now W1/8 in all competitions and D1 L3 in the league, shipping 2+ goals in each loss.
  • Millwall have seen Under 2.5 Goals in 5/6 home league games.
  • Birmingham have W0/7 away and been losing at HT in 6/9 away to bottom-half teams.
  • Birmingham have W5 D3 of their last 8 league games with Millwall, scoring 25 goals.

Norwich v Charlton

  • Norwich have 0L/8 and scored 2+ in their last 4 (all 4 going Over 2.5).
  • Norwich have seen Both Teams Score in their last 3 home games.
  • Charlton have W3 D6 of their first 9 and D4 on the spin away.
  • Charlton have seen Under 2.5 Goals in their last 4 and 4/4 away seen Both Teams Score.

Rotherham v Blackburn

  • Rotherham have W0/5 now and scored just 1 first-half goal this season.
  • Rotherham have seen Under 2.5 Goals in 8/9 games.
  • Blackburn have seen Over 2.5 Goals in 7/8 games + in 10/11 away games. Rovers have seen Over 3.5 Goals in 9/11 away games.
  • Blackburn haven’t won at Rotherham since 1980 and W1 D1 L5 of the last 7 at Rotherham.

Sheffield Wednesday v Ipswich

  • Sheffield Wednesday have W1/4 home games this season but kept 5/9 league clean sheets.
  • Sheffield Wednesday have seen Under 2.5 Goals in 4/4 home and 7/9 overall.
  • Ipswich have W4 on the spin, scoring 2+ in each.
  • Ipswich have seen Under 2.5 Goals in 5/6 games as well as 2/4 away this season and 16/23 away last season.
  • Ipswich have W4 D5 L1 in their last 10 games against Sheffield Wednesday and have W2 D3 in their last 5 at Hillsborough – 7/8 head-to-head have featured Under 2.5 Goals.

Watford v Brentford

  • Watford have D2 on the spin now but have W10 D3 L1 in their last 14 home games.
  • Watford have seen Over 2.5 Goals in 9/10 home games against promoted sides as well as 3/4 this season.
  • Brentford have W2/4 away this season.
  • Brentford have D4 L6 in their last 10 against Watford and L4 on the spin away to the Hornets, failing to score in 3/4.

Wigan v Nottingham Forest

  • Wigan have W2/9 so far this season but W2/4 at home.
  • Wigan have scored just 1 in 3 and fired in only 26 shots on target this season.
  • Nottingham Forest have 0L/9 but recorded back-to-back 0-0 draws.
  • Nottingham Forest have only registered 3 shots on target in those 2 draws.

Crewe v Notts County

  • Crewe have L8/12 games this season and W1 D1 L7 in the league, conceding 24 goals.
  • Crewe have W2 D3 L6 in their last 11 home games, conceding 3+ goals in 4/6.
  • Notts County have W1 D4 in their last 5 away and L1/8 in all competitions.
  • Notts County have kept 4/8 clean sheets and 4/4 away have seen Under 2.5 Goals.
  • Notts County have W4 on the spin away to Crewe and W6 D2 in the last 8 head-to-head.

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