League One Opta Facts - January 17th
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League One Opta Facts - January 17
Bournemouth v Tranmere
The Cherries have only lost one of their last five against Tranmere in all competitions, winning three and drawing one.
There were two 90th minute goals in the last clash between Bournemouth and Tranmere at Dean Court, with the Cherries eventually triumphing 2-1.
Just 6% of the goals Bournemouth have scored this season have come in the opening 15 minutes, a league-low.
Tranmere have lost their last five away league games on the bounce.
Rovers have lost their last three on the road by the same scoreline (1-2).
Bury v Yeovil
Bury have won both previous clashes with the Glovers at Gigg Lane, including a 3-1 triumph the last time the sides met there.
Yeovil have never kept a clean sheet against the Shakers in Football League or domestic cup competition.
Bury have only kept one clean sheet in their last eight league games.
Yeovil have only won one of their last six league games, drawing two and losing three.
The Shakers have only kept one clean sheet in their last 10 league games at Gigg Lane.
Carlisle v Walsall
Both sides have found the net in each of the last 16 meetings between Carlisle and Walsall.
The Saddlers are unbeaten in seven against Carlisle, winning three and drawing four.
Carlisle have scored a joint-league-high 60% of their goals in the second-half this campaign.
Francois Zoko has netted six goals in the Cumbrians' last six games.
Carlisle are unbeaten in eight home league games.
Walsall, on the other hand, are without a win in nine away league games.
Charlton v Sheffield United
Sheffield United won 5-2 on their last trip to The Valley in the league in November 2008.
The Blades have won five and lost just two of their last eight clashes with the Addicks in all competitions.
The Blades would be top of League One if only the second-half of matches counted, with 49 points (five more than any other side).
Lee Williamson has scored three goals in his last two league appearances for the Blades.
Charlton are now the only unbeaten home team in League One having ended Sheffield Wednesday's unbeaten home run last week.
Colchester v Chesterfield
None of the last 13 clashes between Colchester and Chesterfield at the home of the U's have ended in a draw, with the last one coming back in September 1980.
Six of the last seven meetings between the U's and the Spireites have ended in one-goal margin victories, with the other finishing as a draw.
Colchester have scored just two goals in the closing 15 minutes this season, a league-low.
Chesterfield are without a win in nine away league games.
The Spireites have been waiting longer for a clean sheet than any other League One side (18 games).
Notts County v MK Dons
The away team has been reduced to 10 men in two of the last three clashes between Notts County and MK Dons.
Only one of the previous seven clashes between these sides has seen the away side claim the victory.
County have netted a league-high 12 goals in the closing 15 minutes of games this campaign.
The Dons are now unbeaten in five league games on the road.
The Magpies have scored in all 11 league games at Meadow Lane this season; Charlton are the only other side to have scored in every home game this term.
Oldham v Exeter
Exeter overturned a 0-3 deficit to claim a point with three goals in the final 13 minutes on their last trip to Boundary Park (last season).
The Grecians have only lost one of their last six against Oldham and are unbeaten in four.
Oldham have netted a league-high 59% of their goals before the break this season.
Exeter have only won one of their last seven league games, but that was in their last away match (2-0 at Chesterfield).
None of Oldham's last eight league games at Boundary Park have ended in draws.
Preston v Leyton Orient
Only one of the last 14 clashes between PNE and Orient has ended in a draw.
Dean Cox netted a brace in the reverse fixture between the sides as Orient overturned a 0-1 deficit to win 2-1.
Preston have only lost one of their last seven league games, winning three and drawing three.
The O's have scored exactly one goal in each of their last four league games, winning two and losing just one of the four.
On the road, Orient have only lost two of their last 10.
Scunthorpe v Stevenage
Scunthorpe's 2-1 win at Broadhall Way earlier this season was the first ever clash between the sides.
The Iron have won just two of the eight league games in which they've been leading at half-time in 2011/12.
Stevenage have gained a league-low one point from losing positions this season but have lost a joint-league-low four points from winning positions.
Borough have won their last three league games on the road and are unbeaten in seven.
The Iron are yet to keep a clean sheet at Glanford Park this season.
Sheffield Wednesday v Hartlepool
Sheff Wed have won all three previous home league meetings with Hartlepool without conceding a goal.
Only against Southend (four games) have Wednesday played more home league games and maintained a 100% record than against Hartlepool.
The Owls have also won their last six against ‘Pool in all competitions, including a 1-0 away win earlier this campaign.
Wednesday have conceded 22% of their goals in the first 15 minutes this season, a league-high.
Hartlepool, who drew their last away game at Exeter, haven't picked up the same result in two consecutive away games since late September.
Wycombe v Rochdale
The away side has netted exactly one goal in each of the last six clashes between the Chairboys and Rochdale, with four of the six ending in 1-0 away wins.
Rochdale are unbeaten in three trips to Adams Park, winning two and drawing one.
Wycombe have scored 23% of their goals in the opening 15 minutes this season, a league-high.
The now-departed loan star Marcello Trotta had netted each of Wycombe's last six league goals.
Rochdale have failed to find the net in 366 minutes of league football on the road.
Huddersfield v Brentford
The Bees are unbeaten in three trips to the Galpharm, winning one and drawing two.
The Terriers have scored exactly four goals in each of their last two clashes with the Bees, but have only won one of those games (drawing this fixture 4-4 last season).
Jordan Rhodes has scored 12 goals in his last six league games, though only two of those have come in home fixtures.
Brentford's last three league away games have ended with the spoils shared.
The Terriers are now unbeaten in six league games, winning three and drawing three.