League One Opta Facts - March 17
League One Opta Facts - March 17
Bournemouth v Carlisle
Bournemouth have enjoyed just one win in their last seven meetings with Carlisle.
The Cherries have failed to score in their last four games, their joint-worst goalless run since March 1975, when they failed to score in six league games in a row.
Carlisle have kept just one clean sheet in their last 15 games.
The Cumbrians have picked up a league-high 20 points from losing positions this season.
Bournemouth have shipped six own-goals, more than any other side in the division.
Bury v Wycombe
Wycombe have suffered just one defeat in their last nine games against Bury, although that loss did come last time out - 2-0 to Bury at home in August.
At Gigg Lane, the Shakers have lost two and drawn two of their last four meetings with the Chairboys, failing to score in two of those games.
Bury have lost both their last two games by a 4-1 scoreline and have shipped a total of 11 goals in their last three fixtures.
Wycombe have lost seven and drawn one of their last eight away games, shipping a total of 25 goals in the process, an average of 3.1 a game.
A league-high 57% of Wycombe's goals have come in the first-half.
Chesterfield v MK Dons
The MK Dons have lost just one of their last eight meetings with Chesterfield, winning the last clash 6-2 at home in August.
At home, the Spireites have lost their last two games against the Dons by a 2-1 scoreline.
Chesterfield have failed to find the back of the net in three of their last five games.
MK Dons have enjoyed just one win in their last seven away fixtures.
Chesterfield have picked up just four points from losing positions this season, fewer than any other side.
Colchester v Huddersfield
Huddersfield have lost just one of their last 11 meetings with Colchester, winning four and drawing six.
Lee Novak has scored in three of the Terriers' last four clashes with the U's.
Colchester are unbeaten in their last six league games, shipping a total of just two goals in those fixtures.
Huddersfield have drawn each of their last three away fixtures - 1-1, 2-2 and most recently, 3-3.
The Terriers have lost just one game on the road this season, fewer than any other side.
Exeter v Preston
Four of the last six meetings between the two sides have ended in a 1-0 scoreline (Three wins for Preston, one for Exeter).
The Grecians have failed to score in three of their last four games against North End.
Exeter are without a win in four games now, netting a total of just one goal in those fixtures.
Preston have failed to score in four of their last five games, scoring just once in the other match.
The Grecians have scored a league-low 31 goals this season.
Hartlepool v Stevenage
The teams have only met on two previous occasions, both this season - they drew 2-2 in the league at Stevenage in August while the Londoners won 1-0 away in the FA Cup in November.
Scott Laird scored a goal in both of those meetings for Stevenage.
Hartlepool have failed to score in both of their last two fixtures, and have only found the net in three of their last eight fixtures.
Stevenage have drawn three of their last four games, winning the other (1-0 v Oldham).
Stevenage have thrown away a league-low four points from leading positions this season.
Leyton Orient v Brentford
Brentford have lost just one of their last five meetings with Orient (in all competitions), winning three and drawing one.
At Brisbane Road, the Bees are without a win in five in all competitions.
Orient are without a victory in their last five games, losing three and drawing two,
On loan from West Brom, Saido Berahino has bagged a total of four goals in his last five games for the Bees.
Orient have the worst home record in the division, picking up just 17 points from their 17 games on home soil.
Notts County v Sheffield Wednesday
Sheffield Wednesday have suffered just one defeat in their last seven meetings with Notts County (in all competitions).
There've been three red cards in the last five clashes between the Magpies and the Owls.
Jonathan Forte has bagged five goals in his last five games for County.
The Owls have bagged a total of seven goals in their last two games, after managing a total of just one in the previous four fixtures.
Wednesday have bagged a league-high 21 headed goals this season.
Rochdale v Oldham
Oldham have suffered just one defeat in their last 10 meetings with Rochdale in all competitions, winning four and drawing five.
There has been a red card in three of the last four clashes between the two sides.
Dale are without a win in their last six games, failing to score in three of those fixtures.
The Latics have lost their last three league games, their worst run this season.
Rochdale are one of just two sides in the division yet to lose any points from leading positions at home this season (Stevenage are the other team).
Scunthorpe v Charlton
Scunthorpe have enjoyed just one win in their last six meetings with Charlton.
At Glandford Park, The Iron have lost just one of their eight games against the Addicks (in all competitions).
Jon Parkin has bagged a total of three goals in Scunthorpe's last four games.
The Addicks have lost their last two games, their worst run of defeats since March 2011 when they lost three on the bounce.
Scunthorpe have thrown away a league-"high" 27 points from leading positions this season.
Sheffield United v Tranmere Rovers
Sheffield United have suffered just one defeat in their last 12 clashes with Tranmere, winning five and drawing six.
On home soil, the Blades have lost just one of their nine meetings with Rovers and are unbeaten in the last five meetings at Bramall Lane.
Ched Evans has netted a total of four goals in his last four games for the Blades.
In Rovers' last two games, Enoch Showunmi and Andy Robinson have both netted a goal each (2-0 v Orient, 2-1 Tranmere).
United have gained a league-high 13 points from losing positions at home this season.
Yeovil v Walsall
Yeovil are unbeaten in their last four meetings with Walsall, drawing the last two 1-1 and winning the two before that both by a 1-0 scoreline.
Irish striker Jon Macken bagged the Saddlers' lone goal in both of their last two games against the Glovers.
Gavin Williams has netted a goal in each of the Glovers' last three games.
Only one side (Carlisle - 20) have won more points from losing positions this season than Yeovil (17).
Walsall have shipped a league-low four headed goals this season, just 11% of their total goals conceded.