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Stuart Dalgleish 3rd Mar 2016 - 13:55

League 1 Opta Facts - 5 March

Bury v Bradford City
Bury have lost each of their last three league meetings with the Bantams.
Bradford, who beat Bury in their last league trip to Gigg Lane, haven't won consecutive away games there since January 1911.
Andrew Tutte has scored four goals in his last four league games for the Shakers.
Tony McMahon is the leading assist maker in League One (11).
Bury have lost just one of their last seven at home in League One (W4 D2), compared to winning just one of their last 11 on the road (L10).

Coventry City v Rochdale
Coventry have failed to win any of their five league games against Dale (D3 L2).
Rochdale have only lost one of their 10 games against Coventry in their entire history, a 4-0 defeat in a 1991 League Cup tie.
Adam Armstrong needs one more goal to reach 20 in League One for Coventry this season. 14 of his 19 strikes this campaign have come at the Ricoh Arena.
Joe Bunney has scored four times in his last five league games for Rochdale.
The Sky Blues have won just one of their last eight league games (D2 L5).

Crewe Alexandra v Burton Albion
Crewe have beaten Burton in all three of their previous home league games against them.
Burton did, however, beat Crewe in their most recent visit to Gresty Road in an FA Cup tie in December 2012, winning 1-0.
Crewe have scored fewer second half goals than any other side this season (14) in the division, and half as many as Burton in the second half (28).
Burton are the only team in League One yet to draw away from home (W10 D6) this season.
The Brewers have kept five clean sheets in their last seven away games.

Doncaster Rovers v Shrewsbury Town
Doncaster have won each of the last four meetings between the sides, all by a one goal margin.
Shrewsbury have failed to score in each of their last three league visits to Doncaster (D1 L2).
Doncaster are winless in their last eight league games (D3 L5), the longest wait for a win currently in League One.
Shaun Whalley has scored twice and assisted twice in his last three league games for the Shrews.
Donny's last seven league goals have all been scored by different players.

Fleetwood Town v Sheffield United
Fleetwood defeated the Blades in the Football League Trophy in November 2015, winning 4-1 on penalties after a 0-0 draw at Highbury.
Sheffield United won 3-0 in the reverse fixture this season thanks to two goals from Che Adams and one from Billy Sharp.
Shola Ameobi has scored has many league goals this season (3) as he did in his previous three campaigns combined (in England).
After a run of scoring in seven consecutive league games for Sheffield United, Billy Sharp has just one goal in his last six. However, that is Sheffield United's only goal when he's played.
The Cod Army are looking to win three league games in a row for the first time since August 2014.

Millwall v Blackpool
Millwall have failed to keep a clean sheet in any of their last nine league games against Blackpool (W2 D2 L5).
The Tangerines have won just one of their last 17 away games against Millwall (D8 L8).
Only Barnsley (28) and Wigan Athletic (23) have collected more points in 2016 in League One than Millwall (21).
Blackpool have won just one of their last 13 league games on the road (D3 L9).
The Tangerines have claimed just three points from behind this season in League One, a league-low figure.

Oldham Athletic v Swindon Town
Oldham are unbeaten in six league meetings with Swindon (W4 D2).
Swindon have conceded exactly twice in six of their last eight trips to Boundary Park in league competition (W1 D4 L3).
Oldham are unbeaten in seven League One games, winning three and drawing four, having gone nine without winning before that.
The Robins have won four consecutive league games for the second time this season. They last won five in a row in December 2014
Jonathan Obika ended a run of seven games without a goal for Swindon Town, by scoring twice against Doncaster.

Port Vale v Colchester United
Port Vale have lost five of their last seven league games against Colchester, winning the other two.
The U's have won only two of their last 12 league trips to Vale Park (D3 L7).
Port Vale haven't lost at home since September in League One (W7 D6).
Colchester have dropped more points from leading positions this season than any other League One side (27).
Darren Ambrose scored twice against Bradford in midweek, his first brace in the Football League since scoring twice v Coventry in November 2010.

Scunthorpe United v Gillingham
Scunthorpe have won five of their last six league games against Gillingham (L1), though lost the most recent game 2-1 earlier in the season.
The Gills have failed to keep a clean sheet in any of their last nine league games against Scunthorpe, conceding 17 goals in the process.
Paddy Madden has scored 15 of Scunthorpe's 38 league goals this season (39.5%)
Gillingham haven't won any of their last five away games in League One, losing four of those by a single goal margin (D1).
18 of Gillingham's 19 away points this season were secured in 2015, picking up just one point since the turn of the year away from home.

Southend United v Chesterfield
Southend have won both their previous two league games at Roots Hall against Chesterfield, and have never won three consecutively at home in the league against Chesterfield.
In the three of the last four losses to the Shrimpers, The Spireites have conceded exactly three goals, scoring only once.
Southend have been beaten just twice in their last 13 home league games (W8 D3).
The Spireites have conceded in each of their last 18 league matches, conceding exactly once in each of their last six.
No side has converted more penalties in League One this season than Southend (5).

Walsall v Barnsley
The Saddlers beat Barnsley last time out in October 2015 but haven't won back to back league games against the Tykes since September 1900.
Barnsley have only failed to score in one of their last 21 league meetings with Walsall, although this was in their previous meeting.
Walsall have used just 21 different players this season in League One, fewer than any other side.
Barnsley have kept a clean sheet in seven of their last 10 league matches.
The Tykes have scored the most headed goals in League One this season (14).

Wigan Athletic v Peterborough United
Wigan have never lost a home league fixture against the Posh, winning five and drawing two.
Peterborough's only league win in 15 attempts against Wigan came in February 2001, losing nine and drawing five of the others.
The Latics have gone 13 league games without defeat (W8 D5). The last time they went on a longer unbeaten run in the league was in November 2004.
By contrast, the Posh have lost five consecutive league games for the first time since November 2013.
Peterborough have fielded 39 different players this season, the most by a League One side.

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