League 1 Opta Facts - 21 Nov
Bury v Burton
Bury have won three and lost none of their four home league games against Burton.
Burton have failed to score in three of those four games at Gigg Lane.
Chris Hussey is the leading assist maker in League One this season (7). He is one shy of his total last season for the Shakers of eight.
Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink has won 63% of his league games as Burton boss (P46 W29 D10 L7).
Burton have kept the most clean sheets in League One (8), including three in their last three league matches.
Coventry v Gillingham
Coventry have gone five home games unbeaten against Gillingham, winning the last two (D3).
The Gills have kept just one clean sheet in their last 13 league meetings with Coventry.
This clash pits the two top sides in League One this season, both with the same record after 17 games (W10 D4 L3).
The Sky Blues are without defeat in eight league games (W5 D3). They last went on a longer unbeaten run in October 2001 (11 games).
Adam Armstrong is the league's top scorer with 12, with Gillingham's top scorers on six apiece (Bradley Dack and Rory Donnelly).
Crewe v Peterborough
Crewe have won only one of their last 10 league encounters with the Posh (D6 L3).
Peterborough have found the net in 14 of their last 15 league trips to Crewe, though they failed to score last time out in October 2014.
Crewe have claimed fewer points at home than any other League One side this campaign (5).
The Posh have scored in all but one of their 17 league games this season, failing to score on opening day.
Michael Bostwick and Jack Baldwin were sent off in this exact fixture last season, as Crewe ran out 1-0 winners.
These two sides have scored the most goals from outside the area in League One - Peterborough have eight, Crewe seven.
Doncaster v Rochdale
Both teams have registered a goal in each of the last five matches between Doncaster and Rochdale.
Rochdale have scored exactly one goal in each of their last four games against Doncaster (D2 L2).
Andy Williams has scored in three consecutive games (all competitions) for the first time since January.
The Dale haven't won a league game since the end of September (D4 L3) and haven't won away since their opening game on the road this season at Blackpool.
No side has scored fewer second half goals than Doncaster this season (6, level with Crewe).
Fleetwood v Swindon
Fleetwood have never beaten Swindon in a competitive match.
Against the Cod Army last season, Swindon won 1-0 at home in October and drew 2-2 at Highbury in January.
Each of Fleetwood's last eight goals has come from open play.
Swindon have lost their last three away games in League One, failing to find the net in any of them.
The Robins have used 31 different players this season, more than anyone in the division. Raphael Rossi Branco is the only one to feature in every match.
Millwall v Colchester
Millwall have won eight of their last nine league meetings with Colchester (L1).
The U's have scored exactly one goal in six of their last seven matches against the Lions, failing to net in the other.
Steve Morison has found the net three times in his last three home games for Millwall (all comps).
Colchester have conceded the most first-half goals in League One (21).
Millwall haven't conceded in any of their last three home matches, something they last did in August 2014.
Oldham v Barnsley
Oldham have gone 15 games without a clean sheet against Barnsley, shipping 27 goals.
Barnsley have won their last four against the Latics, keeping three clean sheets in the process.
The Latics have taken just two points from their last six home games in League One, fewer than any other side.
Barnsley have recorded the fewest points in League One away from home this season (4).
Defeat here for the Tykes would equal their longest run of successive defeats, nine set in April 1953.
Port Vale v Chesterfield
Port Vale have won just one of their last 11 league clashes with Chesterfield (D2 L8).
Chesterfield have won four and lost none of their last six against Vale.
None of Port Vale's last seven league goals have come earlier than the 40th minute.
The Spireites have won each of their last three away games, each by a single goal margin.
Sylvan Ebanks-Blake has scored five goals in his last five games.
Scunthorpe v Bradford
Scunthorpe are unbeaten in four against Bradford, winning two (D2).
The Bantams have picked up just one victory from their last 10 trips to Scunthorpe in the league (D3 L6).
Scunthorpe are looking to win four successive league games at home for the first time since March 2009.
Bradford could keep four clean sheets in a row for the first time since February 2009.
Only Adam Armstrong (12) has been involved in more goals than Paddy Madden in League One this season (11, nine scored and two assists).
Southend v Blackpool
Southend have scored exactly two goals in four of their last five matches versus Blackpool, failing to score in the other (W3 D1 L1).
Blackpool have lost their last two against Southend; they've never suffered three consecutive defeats against them.
Southend's last three league games have ended all square, with the Shrimpers throwing away a two-goal lead in the last two and a one-goal lead in the other.
Only Reice Charles-Cook (80.5%) has a better save percentage than Blackpool's Colin Doyle this season in League One (80%).
Just five players have scored for Blackpool this season in League One, the lowest number of different goalscorers in the division.
Walsall v Sheff Utd
Walsall have avoided defeat in each of their last five against the Blades, though four have ended level (W1).
Sheffield United have scored in each of their last 12 matches versus the Saddlers, including exactly one in each of the last six.
Walsall have used a joint-league low of 20 players this season. Only four have played in all 16 of their matches so far (Tom Bradshaw, Romaine Sawyers, Paul Downing and Adam Chambers).
Only one of Jose Baxter's six goals for the Blades this season has been scored away from home.
The Saddlers have collected the joint-fewest yellows in League One this season (15, with Crewe and Doncaster).
Wigan v Shrewsbury
Wigan have never won at home to Shrewsbury in league competition, drawing three and losing one.
The Shrews have lost only one of their eight league matches against Wigan (W2 D5).
Wigan are unbeaten in 10 league matches (W5 D5), their best run of form since November 2004 (18 games without loss).
The Shrews have lost four successive away games in this tier for the first time since November 2013.
13 different players have found the net for the Latics this season - no League One team can boast more different goalscorers than them.