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Stuart Dalgleish 13th Nov 2014 - 17:57

League 1 Opta Facts - 14-15 November

Barnsley v Colchester


  • Barnsley have won four and lost one of their last seven home clashes with Colchester (D2).
  • Barnsley have netted exactly once in five of their last six matches against Colchester at Oakwell, failing to score in the other.
  • Sam Winnall has scored seven goals in his last seven appearances in all competitions and five in his last three.
  • No side has lost more games from winning positions this season than Colchester United (3).
  • Barnsley's Conor Hourihane has scored more goals from outside the area this season than any other player in the division (5).


Oldham v Crawley


  • The home side has yet to taste defeat in league matches involving Oldham and Crawley (W3 D1).
  • Crawley have scored just three goals in four games against the Latics.
  • Only Bristol City (6) have won more games on home soil this term than Oldham (5).
  • Crawley have yet to win a game in which they've gone behind this season, losing seven and drawing two.
  • Jonathan Forte has bagged 11 goals this season, eight more than any other Oldham player.
  • No League One side has shipped more goals in the opening 15 minutes in 2014/15 than Crawley (5).


Coventry v Notts County


  • Coventry City have won four of their last five home games against Notts County (L1).
  • The Magpies have gone 10 games without keeping a clean sheet away to Coventry.
  • The Sky Blues have conceded in each of their last 10 league games, shipping a total of 21 goals in the process.
  • On-loan striker Gary Madine has scored three goals in three appearances against Notts County in league competition.
  • Roy Carroll has made more saves than any other League One goalkeeper this season (77).


Crewe v Chesterfield


  • Crewe have won only one of their last five home fixtures against Chesterfield (W1 D2 L2), though that win came in the most recent clash.
  • These teams played out the joint-third highest scoring draw in the top four tiers in 2010 (5-5); only Leicester v Arsenal in 1930 & Charlton v Middlesbrough in 1960 (both 6-6) have seen more goals.
  • The Railwaymen are yet to recover any points from losing positions this season, losing all 10 games in which they've gone behind.
  • Eoin Doyle's brace in the FA Cup last weekend ended a run of five games without a goal for the Chesterfield hitman - his longest drought of the season.
  • Crewe have scored a league-low four second half goals this season.


Doncaster v Sheff Utd


  • Doncaster have gone seven games unbeaten against Sheffield United, winning two and drawing five.
  • United have won only once in their last seven trips to Doncaster, losing three and drawing three.
  • No side has scored fewer goals in the final 15 minutes this season than Doncaster (2). In contrast, opponents Sheffield United have registered 12, a league-high.
  • The Blades have scored 18 second half goals this season, four more than Donny have managed in total.
  • Doncaster Rovers are the only League One side yet to score a headed goal this season.


Gillingham v Leyton Orient


  • Gillingham have scored exactly once in each of their last four versus the O's.
  • Leyton Orient are unbeaten in five against the Gills, winning three and drawing two. Indeed, it's their longest run without defeat against the Kent side since 1955 (seven games).
  • The Gills have gone eight games without a win in league competition (D3 L5); the current longest run in the division.
  • Since the start of last season Dean Cox has provided 18 assists for Leyton Orient, 10 more than any other player at the club.
  • Jay Simpson has scored four goals in his last five away games in all competitions for the O's.


Port Vale v Rochdale


  • Port Vale are winless in five against Rochdale, though four of those games have ended level.
  • The two sides have drawn their last four games against each other; they've not drawn five in a row since 1937 - their opening five meetings in the football league.
  • Tom Pope has scored three goals in two league games against Rochdale for Port Vale.
  • Rochdale's Matt Done has had a hand in more goals than any other League One midfielder this season (eight goals, six assists).
  • Rochdale have scored a league-high 10 headed goals in 2014/15.


Preston v Bradford


  • Preston have lost only one of their last nine games against Bradford in league competition, winning four (D4).
  • Bradford have gone six games without a win at Deepdale (D3 L3), last securing victory there in February 1991.
  • The Lilywhites have kept more clean sheets than any other team this season (7).
  • No player has scored more headed goals this season than Bradford frontman James Hanson (3).
  • Only Bristol City (14) have had more different players score for them this season than Bradford City (13).


Swindon v Bristol City


  • Swindon Town have won three and drawn four of their last seven league encounters with Bristol City.
  • Bristol City have lost their last two games away at Swindon; they've never lost three in a row.
  • Michael Smith has bagged seven goals in seven home fixtures for Swindon Town this season.
  • Aden Flint (Bristol City) has scored more goals than any other defender this term (4).
  • Swindon (91) have fired more shots on target than any other side in League One in 2014/15.
  • Bristol City have now gone 22 games without defeat in the league. It is their second-ever best run in their history, going 24 games unbeaten between September 1905 and February 1906.


Walsall v Peterborough


  • Walsall have won only one of their last six against the Posh, losing four (D1).
  • Peterborough have failed to score in their last two against the Saddlers. They last went three without scoring in 2007.
  • Walsall's leading scorer this season Tom Bradshaw has bagged four goals in his last three games (all comps).
  • Peterborough have lost their last three league games; they've not lost four in a row since January.
  • Conor Washington has scored four goals in his last five league games for the Posh.


Yeovil v Fleetwood


  • Yeovil have never beaten Fleetwood in a competitive fixture, losing one and drawing one (both in FA Cup).
  • Fleetwood have netted exactly twice in both of their games against Fleetwood.
  • The Glovers have failed to score in each of their last three league games; the joint-current longest run in the division along with Chesterfield.
  • Fleetwood have conceded just one goal in the opening 30 minutes this season, a league-low.
  • No side has used more players this term than Yeovil (27).


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