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Jonathan Cordingley 22nd Jan 2014 - 22:07

League Two Opta Facts – 25 January

Accrington Stanley v Bury

  • Accrington Stanley have won just one of their last seven home league fixtures against the Shakers (D1 L5), though they did win their last encounter at the Crown Ground 1-0 in January 2011.
  • Bury have won seven of their last nine league games against Accrington (L2).
  • The Shakers have won three of their last four league matches against Stanley (L1), scoring 10 goals in the process.
  • Stanley are without a home win in league competition in four attempts, drawing their last three (L1).
  • Accrington have scored 11 goals via headers this term, more than any other side.

AFC Wimbledon v Exeter City

  • Wimbledon have conceded exactly two goals in each of their four matches with Exeter City (in all competitions).
  • Exeter City are yet to be beaten by the Dons in any competition (D1 L3), with the draw coming in the only meeting at Kingsmeadow last season.
  • Three players have scored braces in the last two meetings between the sides (John O'Flynn, Luke Moore, Jamie Reid).
  • The Dons have netted just six first half goals this season; a league-low.
  • The Grecians have netted 12 times in the final fifteen minutes of games this season; a league-high.

Bristol Rovers v Newport County

  • Bristol Rovers have lost just one of their last 11 home league games against Newport County, winning eight and drawing twice (these results came before Newport County reformed in 1989).
  • Newport have failed to score in four of their last six trips to the Memorial Stadium (before the club was reformed in 1989).
  • After winning three consecutive league games in December, Newport have gone three games without a win (D1 L2).
  • The Pirates have won their last three at home, keeping two clean sheets in the process.

Burton Albion v Fleetwood Town

  • The two sides have met three times already this season with Burton leaving the victors in the reverse league fixture and FA Cup Second Round replay.
  • Fleetwood won their only league game away to Burton last season, 1-0 in August 2012.
  • Billy Kee has scored in each of his last three games against the Cod Army.
  • Fleetwood have lost four of their last six games away from home (W2), failing to score in each of those defeats (in all competitions).
  • The Brewers have scored seven times in their last two league games against Fleetwood, winning both games.
  • Only Scunthorpe (seven) and Burton (six) have won more of their last 10 League Two games than the Cod Army (five).

Dagenham & Redbridge v Scunthorpe United

  • The only previous meeting between the two sides finished 1-1 earlier in the season.
  • Both goals in that game came after the 87th minute, with Luke Howell scoring a 90th minute equaliser for the Daggers.
  • Dagenham and Redbridge have found the net nine times between the 46th and 60th minute this season - a joint-high with Morecambe.
  • Scunthorpe have kept 13 clean sheets this season; a joint-high with Chesterfield. Indeed, the Iron have kept four consecutive clean sheets.
  • Sam Winnall has scored four goals in his last four league games.

Hartlepool United v York City

  • The last three league games between the two sides have ended 0-0, with Hartlepool failing to score in any of their last four versus the Minstermen (L1).
  • York have failed to score in each of their last three trips in the league to Pools (D1 L2).
  • The Minstermen have clawed back just a solitary point from losing positions this season; fewer than any other team in League Two.
  • Hartlepool have dropped just two points from winning positions this season; a joint-league-low with Oxford United.
  • Hartlepool have lost their last three league games, failing to score a single goal in that run.

Mansfield Town v Wycombe Wanderers

  • The Stags have won three of their last four league games against Wycombe (L1).
  • Wycombe have lost just one of their last five league visits to the One Call Stadium (W3 D1).
  • Mansfield haven't won any of their last eight home league games (D2 L6), the longest run in the division all season.
  • The Chairboys have won just one of their last five away games in League Two (D2 L2).
  • Nobody has taken fewer points at home than Mansfield this season (10)
  • Wycombe have failed to score in three of their last four league games.

Morecambe v Portsmouth

  • The only previous meeting between the two sides came back in August, where Portsmouth ran out 3-0 winners.
  • On that day, Andrew Wright was sent off for Morecambe in the 36th minute.
  • Pompey have dropped 20 points from leading positions this term; more than any other team.
  • In contrast, Morecambe have salvaged 21 points from trailing situations this season; a league-high.
  • Portsmouth have conceded a league-high 13 goals in the final fifteen minutes of games this season.

Northampton Town v Chesterfield

  • Northampton Town have found the net just three times in their last 11 league fixtures against Chesterfield, and have failed to score in each of their last three against the Spireites.
  • The Spireites have scored just five goals in their last eight trips to Sixfields.
  • The Cobblers have scored just seven second half goals this term; a league-low.
  • Northampton are one of two sides (Exeter the other) yet to score a goal from the penalty spot this season.
  • Only Wycombe (8), have been shown more red cards this season than Chesterfield (6).

Oxford United v Torquay United

  • Oxford United are unbeaten in six league games against the Gulls (W3 D3).
  • Torquay have only won once in 12 league trips to Oxford (D6 L5) though this came fairly recently in November 2010.
  • Oxford are without a league win at home in three attempts, losing twice (D1).
  • Oxford have picked up just one win in their last seven matches in all competitions (D3 L3).
  • Torquay have netted in nine of their last 10 matches in league competition, winning three (D3 L4).

Plymouth Argyle v Cheltenham Town

  • Plymouth have scored in each of their last eight league games against Cheltenham Town, winning five and losing three.
  • The Robins have won once at Plymouth in their league history, back in May 2012 (D1 L4).
  • Cheltenham Town have lost each of last their three games by two goals to one.
  • The Robins have conceded 10 goals in the fifteen minutes leading up to half time; a league-high.

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