League One Opta Facts – 5th & 6th November
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League 1 Opta Facts - 5th November
Bournemouth v Scunthorpe
Scunthorpe haven't won at the home of Bournemouth since the 1970/71 season.
The Iron have scored exactly once on each of their last five trips to Dean Court, but haven't won any of them.
The two sides have drawn on three of their last four meetings in League One.
Bournemouth have only won one of their last seven games in the league, but that was in their last fixture against Preston (3-1).
Scunthorpe are unbeaten in four away games, though three have ended in draws.
The Cherries have conceded a league-high seven goals in the closing 15 minutes of games this season.
Charlton v Preston
Charlton haven't beaten Preston in their last four attempts in all competitions, losing three times and drawing once.
The Lilywhites have won two and drawn one of their last three trips to the Valley in all competitions, including a 2-0 Carling Cup victory earlier this campaign.
Charlton have won their last three league games and are yet to taste defeat on home soil all campaign.
Preston are without a win in six league games.
PNE have conceded three or more goals in each of their last four league games.
Preston have scored more goals in the opening 15 minutes than any other League One side this term (six).
Chesterfield v Yeovil
There have been 13 yellow cards in their last four meetings between Chesterfield and Yeovil.
Only one of the four previous Football League meetings between the Spireites and the Glovers has been won by the home team.
Chesterfield have lost six of their last seven games in the League.
Yeovil haven't won away from home in the league all season, winning only two games in total.
The Spireites have scored in all but one of their last 10 league games, but have only won three of them.
Exeter v Carlisle
Carlisle have only been able to beat Exeter once in their last eight meetings with the Grecians.
There have been 12 goals in the last three clashes between Exeter and Carlisle.
Daniel Nardiello has scored five goals in his last three games for Exeter City.
Liam Miller has scored for Carlisle in both of his last two outings for the club.
Carlisle have scored a higher percentage of second half goals than any other League One team this season (75% - 18/24).
The Cumbrians have lost fewer points from winning positions (two) than any other team in the third tier this season.
Huddersfield v Walsall
Huddersfield have won their last three meetings with the Saddlers, scoring nine goals in the process.
Walsall have never won at the home of Huddersfield, despite having travelled there 17 times, and have lost their last six at the home of the Terriers.
There have been two red cards in the last three meetings between Huddersfield and Walsall.
Jordan Rhodes has scored 11 goals already this season, including a hat-trick away to Exeter.
Walsall enter into this fixture having lost three games in a row.
The Saddlers have only won away from home in the league once all season.
Leyton Orient v Hartlepool
Orient won both fixtures against Hartlepool 1-0 last season.
Orient haven't lost in seven games, winning four times and drawing three.
David Mooney has scored three times in his last two appearances for Orient.
Hartlepool have only won one of their last six league games, losing the other five.
Hartlepool have been unable to score in either of their last two games in the league.
The O's have gained a league-high 10 points from behind this campaign.
MK Dons v Rochdale
In the six previous league meetings between MK Dons and Rochdale, seven goals have been scored in the last 10 minutes.
There have been 16 yellow cards and one red card shown in the last four meetings between the Dons and Dale.
The Dons have only won one of their last five games in the League.
Despite this, Karl Robinson's side haven't lost at home all campaign.
Dale have conceded a league-high seven goals in the first 15 minutes this season, while MK Dons are one of two teams (with Stevenage) yet to concede in the first quarter-hour.
Notts County v Wycombe
The Chairboys have won six times at Meadow Lane, only at the home of Bristol Rovers have they won as many games in the Football League.
Notts County have only lost one game at home all season, a 1-2 reverse against leaders Charlton in their opening home game of the campaign.
Wycombe have only managed to win one of their last seven league games, and have lost their last three.
Wycombe have scored fewer goals in the closing 15 minutes than any other League One team this term (one).
The Magpies have conceded a higher percentage of goals in the second half (73%) than any other team in the division.
Oldham v Bury
Oldham and Bury haven't met in the league since 2001/02.
There have been four draws in the last six meetings between Oldham and Bury, with each side picking up one win apiece to complete the record.
Oldham have scored eight goals in their last three league games combined.
Oldham's James Wesolowski has netted three times in his last three games combined.
Bury have gained more points from behind on the road than any other team in League One this campaign (seven).
Sheffield Wed v Brentford
The Bees won both fixtures in the League last season, scoring four goals in the process.
The Owls have won all seven home league fixtures this season, they haven't won eight in a row since January 1964.
Brentford have only picked up one win in their last six league games.
The Owls have scored more second-half goals than any other League One side this season (20).
Sheffield Wednesday have only won two of their last 14 clashes with London clubs, and none of the last six.
The Owls have netted in each of their last 14 league games, and have scored at least two in seven of their last eight.
Stevenage v Sheffield Utd
This will be the first competitive meeting between Stevenage and Sheffield United.
Stevenage are unbeaten in four league games, winning three and drawing one.
The Blades have scored 13 goals in their last five league games.
Stevenage have only conceded one goal in their last four league games combined.
Loanee Matt Phillips has netted five goals in his last four league games for the Blades.
Tranmere v Colchester
Enoch Showunmi scored in both league fixtures between Tranmere and Colchester last term.
There have been 26 yellow cards and one red cards shown in the last six clashes between Rovers and the R's.
Tranmere have only lost one of their last six league fixtures.
No side has lost more points from winning positions than Colchester this season (11).
Colchester have only lost one of their last seven league games, winning three and drawing three.