League One Opta Facts - March 20
League One Opta Facts - March 20
Bournemouth v Brentford
Brentford have lost only one of their last six meetings with the Cherries in all competitions (W3 D2).
Bournemouth have won four of their last six at home to Brentford (D1 L1).
The Cherries are without a win in seven in the league (D2 L5).
Bournemouth have scored just two goals in their last seven league games combined.
Brentford have lost their last two league games by the same scoreline (0-2).
The Bees are without a win in eight on the road in the league (D3 L5).
Bury v Scunthorpe
The Iron are unbeaten in their last five visits to Bury in all competitions (W3 D2).
Bury's win at Glanford Park earlier this season ended a run of eight games without a win against Scunthorpe.
Bury are without a win in 11 league games, currently the longest such run in League One.
Scunthorpe have drawn their last three league matches.
The Iron have lost only one of their last eight League One games on the road (W3 D4).
Carlisle v Preston NE
Carlisle have hit three goals in each of their last two meetings with Preston.
Just one of the last nine meetings between Carlisle and Preston in call competitions has ended as a home win, with six being won by the side playing away from home.
Carlisle are unbeaten at home in the league since September (W9 D5 since then).
Lee Miller has scored three goals in his last two league games.
A win last time out ended a run of four consecutive away defeats for Preston in the league.
Charlton v Yeovil
Charlton have won four of their five league meetings with Yeovil, drawing the other.
Three of the seven meetings between the sides in all competitions have ended in a 3-2 win for the Addicks.
Charlton are without a win in three in League One (D1 L2), their poorest run all season.
After going unbeaten at home all season in the league, Charlton have lost both matches on their own turf since the start of March.
Yeovil have won four of their last five in the league, drawing the other.
All but one of Yeovil's league wins this season have been by a one-goal margin.
Chesterfield v Huddersfield
Chesterfield are unbeaten in their last six at home to Huddersfield in the league (W3 D3).
Jordan Rhodes scored the only goal of the game vs Chesterfield earlier this season and has four in his last five for Huddersfield.
The Spireites have drawn their last three league matches.
Chesterfield have won three of their last five at home in League One, all by a 1-0 scoreline.
Huddersfield have lost only one away game in League One this season, however 11 draws mean six sides have picked up more points on the road.
Exeter City v Wycombe
Exeter have won only one of their six meetings with Wycombe in all competitions (D3 L2).
The Chairboys have won neither of their games at Exeter City in all competitions (D1 L1).
Exeter have lost four of their last five in the league (D1).
A 4-1 win at Bury last time out ended a run of six consecutive away defeats for Wycombe in the league.
The Chairboys have not kept a clean sheet on the road all season in League One.
Stuart Beavon has hit seven goals in his last six league games.
Hartlepool v Oldham
Hartlepool are unbeaten in their last seven at home to the Latics (W4 D3).
United have hit 13 goals in their last four matches at home to Oldham combined.
Hartlepool have failed to find the net in their last three league matches.
Pools have shipped just one goal in their last six league home matches combined.
The Latics are on a run of four straight league defeats.
MK Dons v Leyton Orient
Five of the seven meetings between MK Dons and Leyton Orient have ended as away wins.
MK Dons are unbeaten at Leyton Orient, winning three and drawing one of their matches there.
The Dons have lost only one of their last seven league games (W4 D2).
Kevin Lisbie (8) has already doubled his goal tally from last season (4).
Orient are without a win in three on the road in the league, and have lost two in a row for the first time since August.
Notts County v Sheffield United
The Blades have won on three of their last four visits to Notts County, scoring 12 goals in total.
Defeat in their last game against Sheffield Wednesday ended a run of six unbeaten for County in the league.
All three of the Magpies' defeats at home in the league this season have been by the same scoreline: 1-2.
United have drawn their last two matches 1-1, this after not drawing a game since October.
Rochdale v Tranmere
Rochdale are unbeaten in their last four league meetings with Tranmere (W2 D2).
The Dale are unbeaten in four at home to Tranmere in all competitions, winning three and bagging three goals in each victory.
Rochdale have lost only one of their last five at home in the league (W3 D1).
Tranmere are unbeaten in four in the league (W2 D2), their best run since October.
Sheffield Wednesday v Walsall
Wednesday have won their last five matches at home to Walsall in all competitions.
Walsall beat the Owls 2-1 at home earlier this season thanks to goals from Emanuel Smith and Claude Gnakpa, both in injury time.
Wednesday remain unbeaten under Dave Jones.
The Owls have won four of their last five on home turf in League One (L1).
The Saddlers have managed only one win in their last 15 league games away from home.
Stevenage v Colchester
The only previous meeting between the sides was Stevenage's 6-1 win at Colchester earlier this season.
The meeting earlier this season is the only time Stevenage have scored six in a Football League game.
6-1 was Colchester's biggest-ever defeat at home in the football league.
Stevenage have drawn four of their last five league matches, winning the other.
Colchester are unbeaten in seven in the league, though five of these have ended in draws.