Tammy Abraham's goal streak, Leeds' winning recoveries and free-scoring teams in League Two feature in our look at the top stats and facts from this weekend's Sky Bet EFL action.
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Aston Villa 2-1 Ipswich
Tammy Abraham's double against the Championship's bottom side last Saturday places him top of the scoring charts in England's top four divisions this season.
The on-loan Chelsea striker has scored 15 goals in his last 13 Championship appearances and has scored in each of his last seven league run-outs at Villa Park, netting 12 goals in the process.
He needs just one more goal to become the first Villa player to score 20 league goals in a season since Peter Withe in 1980/81.
Meanwhile, Ipswich have now lost their last six Championship away games - their worst run on the road for 11 years.
Rotherham 1-2 Leeds
Leeds' comeback win in the Yorkshire derby leaves them three points clear atop the Championship.
Mateusz Klich's double ended a run of 16 Championship games without a goal - with six of his seven this season coming on opponents' turf.
Marcelo Bielsa's side are the top away scorers in the Championship with 26 goals and have scored in all 15 away games - becoming the first second-tier side to do so since Blackburn in 1984/85, some 34 years ago.
The table toppers have now won 20 points from losing positions this season, more than any other side in the division
Blackburn 3-0 Hull
Blackburn recorded their biggest league win of the season on Saturday and have now won their last four Championship games, pushing them up to eighth in the table and just three points off a play-off place.
The game saw Jack Rodwell score his first Blackburn goal, and his first goal for any club in 504 days - which ended Hull's 10-game unbeaten run in the league.
Tony Mowbray has now won four successive Championship games for the first time since the five straight wins he had with Middlesbrough in November, 2012.
Southend 0-1 Luton
Luton went top of League 1 after their narrow win at Roots Hall - their highest league position in 12 years, since they were relegated from the Championship in 2006/07.
Interim manager Mick Harford has won seven points from a possible nine in his three games in charge, with the Hatters now undefeated in 16 league games - their best run for 49 years and the longest current unbeaten streak in England
Luton are also one of only two sides in England's top-four divisions that have won every game when they have scored the first goal this season, winning all 15 - while Leeds have won all their 13 games.
Bury 3-3 Lincoln
Two of the top three in League Two battled it out in a six-goal thriller, with Bury coming from behind three times to slavage the draw and extend both sides' unbeaten runs to six games.
Bury and Lincoln are the top two scorers in the division with 58 and 53 goals, respectively. Only Manchester City have scored more goals than Bury in all competitions this season.
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