League 1 Opta Facts - 12-13 Feb
Burton v Chesterfield
Burton have won only one of their previous four home league matches against Chesterfield (D1 L2), winning back in February 2011.
Chesterfield have won their last two league games at the Pirelli against the Brewers, keeping a clean sheet in both outings.
Burton came from behind to win the reverse fixture 2-1, with Jerome Binnom-Williams bagging a 90th minute winner.
Byron Harrison has scored five goals in six previous league appearances against Burton.
Stuart Beavon who scored the equaliser in the reverse fixture has scored in two of his last three starts vs the Spireites.
Chesterfield have found the net in nine of their previous 11 encounters with Burton in all competitions.
Blackpool v Shrewsbury
Martin Paterson has netted two goals in as many appearances against the Shrews.
Shrewsbury have won their last three matches against the Tangerines, keeping three clean sheets.
Blackpool are still looking for their first league goal against Shrewsbury this side of the millennium.
Only bottom side Colchester United (43) have conceded more goals away from home than Shrewsbury (26) this season.
Blackpool have kept three consecutive clean sheets at home in the league. They've not gone four without conceding at Bloomfield Road since April 2006 (a run of five).
Colchester v Swindon
Colchester are unbeaten in four against Swindon, though three have ended level (W1).
Swindon have won two of their last three away games against Colchester, drawing the other.
The U's have not won any of their previous 15 games in League One - the longest winless streak of the season to date.
The Robins have conceded just three goals in their last six League One away games (W2 D2 L2).
Swindon's Nicky Ajose has scored 13 of his team's 42 league goals this season, but is yet to record an assist.
Coventry v Bury
Coventry have won five of their last eight clashes with Bury in league competition (D2 L1).
Bury have failed to keep a clean sheet in each of their last eight league encounters with Coventry.
Across their previous 10 meetings on home soil, Coventry average two goals per game against Bury.
Only Shrewsbury and Colchester have conceded more goals away from home than Bury this season (25).
Coventry's Adam Armstrong is the division's most dangerous box threat, having scored 15 of his 17 league goals inside the area.
Crewe v Walsall
Crewe have scored exactly once in each of the last four against Walsall, while the Saddlers have netted exactly once in three of those games.
Walsall are winless in four versus Crewe, though three have been draws (L1).
The Railwaymen have the chance to earn back-to-back league victories at home for the first time this season.
The Saddlers are unbeaten in five league games away from home, winning four.
Crewe have conceded more goals than any other team in the first 15 minutes of games this season (10).
Doncaster v Sheff Utd
Doncaster are winless in six against the Blades, losing the last three (D3).
Billy Sharp has netted five goals in seven appearances against his former club Doncaster Rovers.
The Rovers have won just two of their last seven home league games against Sheffield United (D3 L2).
The Blades are unbeaten in their last six away league games (W2 D4).
Doncaster's last six league goals at home have all been scored in the second half.
Gillingham v Barnsley
The Gills have won only one of their last 15 league matches versus Barnsley (D5 L9) - August 2001, 3-0.
Indeed, Barnsley have won their last six league clashes with the Gills.
No player in League One has scored more goals from outside the box than Bradley Dack this season (5).
Following his goal against Bury last weekend, Sam Winnall now has the highest goal involvement in League One this season - 22 (16 goals, 6 assists).
The Tykes are currently on League One's longest winning streak, having picked up victories in all of their previous seven games.
Peterborough v Bradford
The Posh have won five of their previous six matches against the Bantams, losing the other.
Bradford have failed to score in their last three meetings with Peterborough (L3).
Peterborough have had a league-high 386 shots on goal this season (excluding blocked), and are one of just three teams to have attempted over 300.
The Bantams have scored (4) and conceded (4) fewer goals in the final 15 minutes of games this season than any other League One side.
The Posh have had a league-high midfield contribution of 24 goals this season.
Port Vale v Fleetwood
Port Vale came from behind to win the reverse fixture courtesy of goals from Colin Daniel and Sam Foley.
Prior to that defeat, the Cod Army had been victorious in three consecutive meetings with Port Vale.
The Vale are looking for their first ever home league win over Fleetwood, having failed on their only two previous attempts (L2).
Only Blackpool (11) have scored fewer goals away from home than Fleetwood (12) this season.
Alongside Gillingham, Port Vale are the only other team to have lost just one of their 15 home games this season (W8 D6).
Rochdale v Millwall
Rochdale are winless in four against the Lions, losing the last two (D2).
This will be Millwall's first league visit to Rochdale since April 1965 when they won 2-0.
After scoring 10 goals in four games against Millwall previously, Rochdale have scored just once in their most recent three meetings.
Millwall have scored a league-high 29 goals away from home this season.
The Lions have avoided defeat in all of their previous five league games, while doing so at Spotland would equal their season's previous best streak of six unbeaten.
Scunthorpe v Southend
Gary McSheffrey has had a hand in four goals in four league appearances against Southend (two goals, two assists).
Southend have scored exactly two goals in three of their last four matches against the Iron (W2 D1 L1).
Scunthorpe have scored a league-low 13 goals at home this season.
The Shrimpers haven't won any of their last 13 away league games at Scunthorpe (D6 L7).
Southend have won their last three league games, scoring eight goals and conceding just one.
Wigan v Oldham
Wigan have won four and drawn two of their last six matches against Oldham in league competition.
Oldham have lost five of their last six league visits to Wigan, winning the other.
No side has conceded fewer home goals in League One this season than Wigan (11).
Only bottom side Colchester (2) have taken fewer points than Oldham (4) from their previous six league games.
Oldham will have the chance to win their first back-to-back away league games of the season at the DW Stadium.