League Two Opta Facts - March 20
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League Two Opta Facts - March 20
Accrington v Morecambe
Accrington have won 2-1 on each of their last three visits to Morecambe and are unbeaten in five games there.
In the 16 meetings between the two sides in total, there has never been a goalless draw.
Stanley are now unbeaten in four league games, after losing each of the four fixtures prior to that.
Kevin Ellison has netted a total of four goals in his last four games for Morecambe.
60% of the goals Stanley have shipped this season have come before the break , a league-high percentage.
Barnet v Dag & Red
Barnet have enjoyed just one win in their last six meetings with the Daggers (in all competitions).
The Daggers have bagged a total of seven goals in their last two games against the Bees (3-0 and 4-1).
31% if Dagenham and Redbridge's goals have been headers, a league-high proportion.
Barnet have enjoyed just one win in their last nine fixtures.
On the road, the Daggers have won just one of their last 16 games.
Burton Albion v Northampton
In the previous two league campaigns in which these sides were together, Burton won the first meeting 3-2 and the second meeting ended 1-1. This season, the Brewers won the reverse fixture at Sixfields Stadium 3-2.
The last clash between the two sides, back in December, saw two goals in the opening two minutes, two penalty goals and one sending off.
Albion are without a win in 14 games, a joint-league-"high" winless run and have netted just one goal in their last six fixtures.
The Cobblers have conceded 22 goals in the final 15 minutes of their games, more than any other side.
Burton have conceded three own-goals this season - no side has put through their own net more often.
Crewe v Bradford
The last five meetings between the two sides have produced a total of 18 goals, an average of 3.6 a game.
The Railwaymen have won just one of their last six home meetings with the Bantams (in all competitions).
The Bantams have netted just three goals in the opening 15 minutes of their games this season, a joint-league-low figure.
Crewe are unbeaten in seven games, the longest current such run in the division.
Bradford have enjoyed just one win in their last five games.
Gillingham v Crawley
The sides have only met on two previous occasions (in all competitions), with the Gills winning both, 2-1 away at Crawley in the league this season and 2-0 at home in the 2005/06 Football League Trophy.
Those two clashes have produced a total of four red cards (two each).
The Gills' last five games have produced a total of 24 goals with Gillingham netting 15 of those.
Crawley have come back to win a league-high 21 goals from losing positions this season.
Oxford Utd v Wimbledon
Oxford have won all three of the meetings between these two sides, (1-0, 2-0 and 2-0).
James Constable has bagged a total of three goals for the south Londoners in the last two games between these two sides.
15 of the goals AFC Wimbledon have conceded have been headers - no side has shipped more headed goals this season.
United have suffered just one defeat in 10 games.
AFC Wimbledon's Jack Midson has bagged a total of five goals in his last five games.
Plymouth v Bristol Rovers
Plymouth have won their last four games against Bristol, scoring exactly three goals in each of the last three victories.
In the last two meetings between these sides Plymouth have come from 2-0 down at half time to win 3-2.
Rovers have kept four clean sheets in their last six League Two fixtures.
Plymouth have netted just one goal in their last four home matches, however this solitary goal was enough for a win against Shrewsbury, they have also conceded just once in this run.
Plymouth have not conceded more than one goal in any of their last eight matches, the four goals they have conceded in this period is a league low figure.
Port Vale v Hereford
Port Vale are unbeaten in their last eight league games against Hereford (W4, D4).
Hereford's last victory at Port Vale came in 1979, since when they have failed to win any of the ensuing eight games in all competitions.
Hereford's last three away wins have all come when they have kept a clean sheet, they have only won once on the road when the have conceded all season.
Port Vale have netted in each of their last 11 games, the longest such run in League Two.
Hereford have won points on the road (20) than at home (15) this season.
Rotherham v Macclesfield
Macclesfield have never beaten the Millers in the league, losing eight and drawing five.
Rotherham have won five of their six home league games against Macclesfield, however the one draw did come in their last meeting at the Don Valley Stadium in 2010.
Rotherham have failed to score more than one goal in any of their last nine games, winning just two of these matches.
Macclesfield have taken just 11 points on the road this season, fewer than any other side in League Two.
The Silkmen have not won in 14 league games, the joint longest such run of the season in this division.
Shrewsbury v Cheltenham
The Shrews are unbeaten in seven games in all competitions against Cheltenham.
Cheltenham have managed to score just one goal in their last four matches against the Robins.
Shrewsbury are the only unbeaten side at home in League Two this season, winning 13 and drawing four of their 17 games at New Meadow.
Cheltenham have lost their last three league games in a row, the last time they lost four on the bounce was in February 2009.
The Shrews have not scored more than two goals in a home game since October, a run of 11 matches.
Southend v Aldershot
Southend have failed to score in any of their last three games against Aldershot.
The Shots have won just two of their last 10 games on the road.
Southend are unbeaten in four games in the league. Only two other sides are currently enjoying longer runs without a defeat.
Aldershot have gained just two points from losing positions this season, a joint-league-low.
The Shrimpers have benefited from a joint-league-high four own-goals this season.
Aldershot have scored just five goals in the final 15 minutes of their games this season, the fewest of all sides in the division.
Swindon v Torquay
Torquay have won just one of their last 15 meetings with Swindon in all competitions, although that victory did come last time around, 1-0 at home on Boxing Day.
Swindon have kept four clean sheets in their last six games, winning those four and losing the other two games both by a 2-0 scoreline.
Torquay have lost just five points from leading positions this season, fewer than any other side.
Swindon have shipped a league-low two goals in the opening 15 minutes of their games this season.