League 1 Opta Facts - 7-9 Jan
Wigan have won their last four home league meetings with Gillingham, keeping a clean sheet in the last three.
Gillingham have won their last two league encounters with Wigan, netting two goals in each match.
The Latics have lost their last their last two games at the DW Stadium 1-0, after winning the previous three in a row.
Bradley Dack has been directly involved in 18 league goals this season (11 goals, 7 assists); one more than his tally for 2014/15.
The Gills have the best shot conversation rate in the third tier of English Football this term (21.8%).
Blackpool have won five of their last six home league clashes with Port Vale, losing the other.
The two sides have met twice already this season with Port Vale winning at home in the reverse league fixture, however, they also lost in the FL Trophy (0-2) in October.
No side has won more penalties this season than Port Vale (6), though they've missed half of them.
No League One side has won fewer points from behind this term than Blackpool (2).
The Tangerines have scored a league-low 21 goals so far this season.
Oldham haven't failed to score in three successive matches versus Millwall since August 2006 (four games).
This will be the first league meeting between the two sides since the 2009/10 season in which Millwall won both matches without conceding.
Oldham have lost four and won none of their last six matches in league competition.
The Lions have conceded more headed goals than any other League One team this season (10).
The Latics have registered just 81 shots on target this season; a league-low.
Rochdale have won only one of their last 12 league matches versus Chesterfield (D6 L5), winning 1-0 in this exact fixture last season.
After scoring in 21 consecutive league games against Rochdale, the Spireites have drawn a blank in the last two.
Last weekend, Chesterfield scored seven goals in a league game for the first time since November 1979.
No side has scored more penalties this season than Rochdale (4).
Dale have dropped just four points from leading positions this season; the fewest in League One.
Swindon won the reverse fixture in August courtesy of a 62nd minute strike from Fabien Robert, extending their unbeaten run against Southend to six games (W5 D1).
Southend have lost their last three trips to the County Ground, after going four unbeaten previously (W2 D2).
Swindon have scored and conceded in each of their last eight home league games.
The Shrimpers are unbeaten in their last four away matches, winning the last two (D2).
Swindon have posted the worst shooting accuracy figure in League One this season (42.4%).