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EFL essential stats: In-form Millwall set club away wins record
Last Updated: 19/03/18 12:37pm
We take a look at the top stats and facts from the weekend's action in the Sky Bet Championship, League One and League Two...
Millwall equalled a club record of six successive away league wins with a 2-0 victory at Barnsley on Saturday.
Prior to this run, the South London side had failed to win any of their 13 Championship away games this season (D6, L7).
Millwall's club record-equalling away run
|Jan 20||Leeds||W 4-3|
|Feb 17||Birmingham||W 1-0|
|Feb 24||Burton||W 1-0|
|Mar 6||Hull||W 2-1|
|Mar 17||Barnsley||W 2-0|
The run is also the longest run of successive away wins by any side in the Championship this season.
Longest away winning runs in Championship this season
|Millwall||6||Jan 20 - Mar 17|
|Norwich||4||Sept 16 - Oct 22|
|Wolves||4||Oct 31 - Dec 15|
The only previous time Millwall have won 6 successive away league games was under Kenny Jackett in League One in February-March 2009. Current manager Neil Harris was a player at the time and scored a hat-trick in a 3-2 win at Hartlepool in March 2009 (a game Millwall trailed 2-0).
Fulham's undefeated run goes on
Fulham set a new club record of 16 league games unbeaten (W12, D4) when drawing 2-2 v QPR at Craven Cottage on Saturday. The run is the longest current unbeaten run in the top four English divisions.
Current longest unbeaten runs
|Team||Current unbeaten run|
Since the run began on December 23, Fulham have won the most Championship points (40), won the most Championship games (12), scored the most Championship goals (39) and conceded the joint-fewest Championship goals (13).
Blues avoid unwanted record
Birmingham won 3-0 v Hull at St Andrew's on Saturday as Garry Monk recorded his first win as Birmingham manager.
They had lost their previous seven Championship games (under Steve Cotterill and Monk) and defeat would have seen them equal a club record of eight successive league defeats, which they've set on three occasions.
Macleod back with a bang
Lewis Macleod scored his first goal for Brentford in a 1-1 draw v Middlesbrough (H) on Saturday when making his first Championship start for 17 months.
Since joining Brentford from Rangers in January 2015 he has played in only 20 of their 152 league games (13 per cent) due to a combination of hamstring and knee injuries.
Shrewsbury equalled a club record of five successive away league wins when winning 2-1 at Scunthorpe on Saturday.
The previous record was set between November 1993 and January 1994 in then Division Three under Fred Davies. Shrewsbury went on to be promoted that season and win the title.
Accrington have won 12 of their last 14 League Two games (D1, L1), taking 37 points from the last 42 available.
Before the run started on December 30, they were ninth in the table (14 points behind leaders Luton) and they now lead the table by three points from second placed Luton.