League Two Opta Facts - April 6
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League Two Opta Facts - April 6
Wimbledon v Rotherham
Rotherham's 1-0 win over Wimbledon this season was the first ever meeting between the sides.
Luke Moore has netted three goals in his last two appearances for the Dons.
Lewis Grabban has bagged four goals in his last six games for Rotherham.
Rotherham are without a win in five on the road, drawing three and losing two.
Wimbledon have won their last three home league games, scoring an average of three goals per game.
Aldershot v Port Vale
Aldershot and Port Vale have an perfectly even record against each other in the Football League, winning 23 games each (13 draws).
Vale have got the better over the Shots in recent years, however, winning the last three clashes and remaining unbeaten in six.
Aldershot have won their last six home league games. Only three times in their Football League history have they won seven or more consecutive home games.
The Shots have only conceded one goal in their last seven home league games combined.
Vale have lost four of their last five league games.
Bradford v Southend
Southend striker Barry Corr has scored on his last two league appearances against the Bantams.
The Shrimpers have kept three successive clean sheets at Valley Parade, winning two and drawing one in that run.
Bradford have scored in their last 12 home league games, the longest current run of its kind.
Just 6% of Bradford's goals this season have come in the opening 15 minutes, a league-low figure.
Bristol Rovers v Gillingham
Six of the last seven clashes between Bristol Rovers and Gillingham in all competitions have ended in home wins, with the other finishing as a draw.
There have been three penalties scored in the last three meetings between the Pirates and the Gills, with all three going to the home side.
Gillingham have scored 19 goals in the closing 15 minutes of games this season, a league-high figure.
The Pirates are unbeaten in seven home league games, winning four and drawing three.
Cheltenham v Barnet
These sides have already met twice this season, with Barnet winning 2-0 at Whaddon Road in the JP Trophy and the sides drawing 2-2 in the reverse league fixture.
The Bees are without a win in four league trips to the home of the Robins, however.
Cheltenham have now failed to score in 527 minutes of league football.
Cheltenham are the only team in League Two who have won every home league game they have been ahead in this season.
The Bees have thrown away a joint-league-high 13 points from winning positions on the road this term.
Crawley v Crewe
The 1-1 draw between the sides at Gresty Road earlier this season was the first meeting between the sides.
The Railwaymen are unbeaten in 10 league games, the current longest run of its kind in League Two.
Crewe have also scored in their last 10 league games, another current league-high run.
Loanee Gary Alexander has scored five goals in his last six for the Red Devils.
The Red Devils have gained 21 points from losing positions this season, a league-high..
Dagenham and Redbridge v Burton
Dagenham have won their last four home meetings with Burton, a run that stretches back to when the sides met outside the Football League.
Burton have lost their last six away league games.
The Brewers have failed to find the net in 450 minutes of league football on the road and haven't kept a clean sheet in any of their last 14 away games.
Hereford v Plymouth
Hereford have only won three of their previous 11 league meetings with the Pilgrims, losing six.
Both players were reduced to 10 men in the reverse meeting between the sides, a game that finished 1-1.
The Bulls have lost their last four league games, their worst run of the campaign.
Hereford have failed to keep a clean sheet in any of their last 12 league games at Edgar Street.
72% of the goals Plymouth have conceded this season have come in the second-half, a league-high figure.
Morecambe v Swindon
Swindon have won both of their previous two meetings with Morecambe, keeping a clean sheet on each occasion.
Swindon have been ahead in more games (28) and won more games (25) than any other side in League Two this campaign.
Morecambe have conceded exactly one goal in six of their last seven league games.
Swindon have kept three successive clean sheets and have only lost one of their last six.
None of the Robins' last eight league games on the road have ended in draws.
Torquay v Accrington
Torquay have only won one of their previous seven Football League meetings with Accrington, losing five.
Despite that, the Gulls have only won one of their previous three against Stanley at Plainmoor.
Accrington Stanley have now gone 13 games without keeping a clean sheet.
The Gulls have lost just five points from winning positions this season, a league-low figure.
Macclesfield v Shrewsbury
Shrewsbury have won their last four meetings with the Silkmen and are unbeaten in five.
After losing only one of their opening 10 home meetings with Shrewsbury, Macclesfield have lost their last two at Moss Rose against the Shrews.
Macclesfield have taken just six points from 17 games in 2012, a league-low.
The Silkmen have, however, drawn their last four home league games.
Shrewsbury have only kept three clean sheets in their last 10 league games.
Northampton v Oxford
Tom Craddock has scored in his last three league appearances against the Cobblers.
Northampton have won their last four home league meetings with the U's.
The Cobblers have lost 17 points from winning positions at home this season, a league-high.
Oxford have kept three clean sheets in their last four league games.
Northampton have only lost one of their last eight league games, winning four and drawing three.