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Jonathan Cordingley 3rd Apr 2014 - 16:19

League Two Opta Facts | 5th April

Accrington V Northampton

  • Stanley have scored two or more goals in four of their previous five home Football League games against Northampton, failing to score in the other.
  • Northampton have won each of their last three against Accrington Stanley, keeping two clean sheets in the process.
  • Accrington Stanley have scored 15 headed goals this campaign, more than any other side.
  • The Cobblers have scored just 14 second half goals this season, a league low tally.
  • Accrington have conceded 359 fouls this season, fewer than any other club in League Two.

Wimbledon V Bristol Rovers

  • Wimbledon won this exact fixture last season (3-1); their only competitive victory against Bristol Rovers.
  • Bristol Rovers have won back to back league games against Wimbledon without conceding.
  • The Dons haven't kept a clean sheet in any of their last 10 games at home. No side has waited longer for a shutout at home.
  • The Pirates haven't won away from home in League Two since November, 12 games ago (D5 L7).
  • Kaid Mohamed has scored in back-to-back games for Bristol Rovers for the first time.

Burton V Plymouth

  • Burton have won each of the last three games against Plymouth, keeping a clean sheet in the last two.
  • Plymouth's only competitive victory against Burton came back in January 2012, as the Pilgrims won 2-1 at Home Park.
  • Burton have scored in each of their previous five league matches against Plymouth.
  • Reuben Reid has scored four goals in his last three appearances for the Pilgrims.
  • The Brewers have gone five home league games unbeaten, winning two (D3).
  • Plymouth have scored in each of their last six away league games, winning four (D1 L1).

Bury V Exeter

  • Bury have lost just once in their 14 previous league matches against Exeter on home soil, winning 10 (D3).
  • Exeter have conceded exactly two goals in each of their last three league games against Bury (W1 D1 L1).
  • The Shakers are unbeaten in 12 home league games, though they have drawn eight of these matches (W4).
  • The Grecians have scored in eight consecutive away games, the joint-longest run in League Two currently, but have also gone 13 away games without keeping a clean sheet.
  • After being winless in their previous seven league games, Bury have notched up successive wins (D5 L2). They last recorded three consecutive league victories at the end of the 2011/12 season in League One.

Cheltenham V Southend

  • Cheltenham have won just once in their last eight league matches against Southend on home soil (D4 L3).
  • After winning consecutive league matches against the Robins, Southend have failed to win in their last two (D1 L1).
  • Cheltenham have dropped more points than any other League Two side when leading this season (28).
  • The Shrimpers haven't won any of their last nine away fixtures in League Two (D6 L3).
  • Southend have let in just 36 goals this campaign, a joint-league low with Chesterfield.

Chesterfield V Newport

  • Chesterfield have won each of their last seven home league fixtures against Newport County.
  • Newport have scored in each of their last seven league matches against Chesterfield, winning the last two.
  • Chesterfield haven't lost any of their last 14 leagues games at the Proact Stadium (W7 D7)
  • Newport's last four games have seen four red cards being shown - three to the Exiles.
  • The Spireites have scored a league-high 30 first half goals this season in League Two.

Morecambe V Mansfield

  • Morecambe are unbeaten against Mansfield, winning all three previous meetings.
  • Mansfield took the lead in the reverse fixture this season but eventually succumbed to a 2-1 defeat, as second half goals from Jack Redshaw and Kevin Ellison secured the points for Morecambe.
  • The Shrimps haven't won any of their last five league games (D2 L3). Only Wycombe have waited longer for a victory (six games).
  • Mansfield have collected 75 yellow cards this season, a league-high figure.
  • Morecambe's last clean sheet in League Two came 17 games ago on Boxing Day 2013. It is the longest current run without keeping one in the division.

Oxford Utd V Fleetwood

  • Oxford have won four of their last six home league games (D1 L1).
  • Fleetwood are yet to lose against Oxford United in league competition, winning twice (D1).
  • The O's have scored in each of their last six home games. Only Burton (12) have scored in more consecutively on their own turf currently.
  • Fleetwood have dropped just seven points when ahead in League Two this season, a joint-league low with Rochdale.
  • No team has converted more penalties than Fleetwood this season (6).

Portsmouth V Hartlepool

  • Portsmouth have lost just once against Hartlepool in league competition, with this defeat arriving at Fratton Park in January 2013 (W3 D3).
  • Hartlepool are unbeaten in three against Pompey in the league, drawing twice (W1).
  • Portsmouth have won just one of their last seven fixtures in League Two, though this did come in their last outing against Newport (D3 L3).
  • Pools have lost their last three league games. They last lost four in a row in November 2012 when in League One.
  • 50% of the goals Pompey have let in this season have come in the final 30 minutes.

Rochdale V York

  • The last two league meetings between these two sides have ended goalless, though neither fixture was held at Spotland.
  • York are unbeaten in four against Rochdale in league competition, winning twice (D2).
  • Rochdale have won their last three league games at home, the longest current run by any League Two club.
  • The Minstermen are looking for a sixth consecutive away win in League Two, which would set a new club record for successive league wins away from home.
  • York have now gone 601 minutes without conceding in the division.
  • Rochdale themselves have gone four games without shipping a goal, a run only bettered by York's six games.

Torquay V Scunthorpe

  • After failing to score in four consecutive league matches against Scunthorpe, Torquay have scored once in each of their last five, winning just one (D1 L3).
  • The Iron have gone 24 league matches unbeaten; the current longest run in League Two this season.
  • The Gulls have been defeated in each of their last three league games, their joint-worst league run since losing seven in a row in February 2013.
  • Each of those defeats has been by a 1-0 scoreline.
  • Sam Winnall has scored three goals in his last four away appearances for the Iron.

Wycombe V Dag & Red

  • Wycombe have won their last two home league games against the Daggers, this after losing the first league meeting at Adams Park.
  • Dagenham and Redbridge are unbeaten in six away league games, winning three.
  • In fact, the Daggers are unbeaten in eight league games (W3 D5). Only Scunthorpe (24) and York (11) have gone longer without defeat in League Two.
  • Wycombe haven't won any of their last six games in League Two (D2 L4) and have managed to score just once in that run.
  • Rhys Murphy has scored just twice in his last 13 games for the Daggers, though both were scored away from home.

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