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David Thompson 6th Apr 2012 - 9:18

League 1 Opta Facts - April 6-7

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League One Opta Facts - April 6-7

Colchester v Hartlepool

  • The last two meetings between these two sides have both ended in a 1-0 scoreline (one win each).
  • At home to Hartlepool, the U's are unbeaten against Pools in the last five clashes, winning three and drawing two.
  • Hartlepool have been ahead in 11 away games, but have yet to lose any of those matches.
  • Colchester have drawn six of their last seven games.
  • Pools have netted a total of just one goal in their last six games.

Leyton Orient v Notts County

  • Orient have lost just one of their last nine meetings with Notts County (in all competitions).
  • Lee Hughes has hit three goals in the last three games against the O's.
  • The Magpies have benefited from a joint-league-high three own-goals this season.
  • County have netted a league-high eight penalty goals this season.
  • Orient have won just one of their last five games.
  • County are unbeaten in four games on the road, winning two and drawing two.

Scunthorpe v Exeter

  • The last three meetings between the two sides have ended in draws (one 0-0 and two 1-1s).
  • The Iron have failed to win any of their last three home clashes with the Grecians, drawing one and losing two, although the last meeting at Glanford Park came back in January 2003.
  • Exeter are without win in their last eight games, the longest current winless streak in the division.
  • The Iron have thrown away a league-high 27 points from leading positions this season.
  • The Grecians have scored just four goals in their last eight league games combined.
  • Scunthorpe have drawn five of their last six games.

 

Tranmere v Stevenage

  • The sides have only met on one previous occasion, in December of this season when Stevenage won 2-1 at home.
  • Stevenage have only lost six points from leading positions this season, the joint-lowest total.
  • Rovers have lost six games after taking the lead this season, more than any other side.
  • Each of Tranmere's last three games have ended in 2-0 scoreline, (two wins and one defeat).
  • Stevenage have drawn each of their last five games, the joint longest such run this season in League One.
  • Rovers are unbeaten in nine games at Prenton Park, their best undefeated run at home this season.

Wycombe v Carlisle

  • Four of the last six meetings between the two sides have ended in draws.
  • The Chairboys have failed to win any of their last three home clashes with Carlisle, drawing two and losing one.
  • The Cumbrians have won a league-high 24 points from losing positions this season.
  • A league-high 66% of Carlisle's goals have come in the second-half this season.
  • Wanderers have scored 13 goals in the opening 15 minutes of their games, more than any other side in the division this season. However they've also shipped a league-high 14 goals in this period.
  • Stuart Beavon has scored eight in his last eight games for Wycombe.

 

Huddersfield v Sheff Wed

  • Huddersfield have lost just one of their last eight clashes with Wednesday, winning five and drawing two.
  • At the Galpharm, the Owls have failed to score on each of their last three visits, with the games ending 0-0, 1-0 and most recently, 1-0.
  • The Owls have scored a joint-league-high 22 headed goals this season.
  • The Terriers have bagged a joint-league-high 36 first-half goals.
  • Jordan Rhodes has now bagged a total of eight goals in his last nine games for Huddersfield.
  • Wednesday striker Gary Madine has now hit four goals in the last four games.

Brentford v Bury

  • There have only been a total of four goals scored in the last three meetings between the two sides, with one 1-0 win each and a 1-1 draw last time out.
  • At Griffin Park, the Bees have suffered just one defeat in their last five clashes with the Shakers, winning four.
  • Brentford have lost a joint-league low two points from leading positions on home soil this season.
  • Bury have shipped seven penalty goals this season, more than any other side.
  • The Bees have won four games in a row, the longest current winning streak in the division.
  • Bury are without a win in their last eight games on the road, the second-longest current such run in League One.

Oldham v Charlton

  • Only once in the last nine meetings between the two sides has a team scored more than one goal.
  • Five of the last six clashes between the Latics and the Addicks have ended in draws.
  • Oldham have only lost six points from leading positions this season, the joint-lowest total this term.
  • The Addicks have scored a joint-league-high 22 headed goals this season.
  • A league-high 53% of Oldham's goals have come before the break.
  • Oldham have lost their last three games, failing to score in each of those defeats.

Preston v MK Dons

  • The two sides have only played each other on one previous occasions, in December this season, when Preston won 1-0 away.
  • Preston are one of just four sides to have their goals scored spread equally across both halves (24 in both).
  • 34% of the goals the Dons have conceded have been headers (15 headed goals), the highest proportion in the division.
  • North End have won just one of their last 11 games.
  • The Dons have lost both of their last two games by a 2-1 scoreline at home, with Shaun Williams netting a penalty in both games.

Sheff Utd v Bournemouth

  • Sheffield United have lost just one of their 12 meetings with Bournemouth in all competitions, winning the last five in a row.
  • At Bramall Lane, the Blades have netted six goals in total in their last two meetings with the Cherries (in all competitions).
  • Bournemouth have only netted five headed goals this season, fewer than any other side.
  • United have benefited from a joint-league-high three own-goals this season.
  • The Blades have netted a total of 10 goals in their last three games, with Ched Evans bagging five of those goals.
  • The Cherries have lost just one of their last five games.

 

Walsall v Chesterfield

  • Chesterfield are unbeaten in their last four clashes with Walsall (in all competitions), winning two and drawing two.
  • At the Bescot, the Saddlers have enjoyed just one win in their last four games against the Spireites (in all competitions).
  • Chesterfield have shipped 16 headed goals this season, more than any other team this term.
  • Walsall have only conceded four headed goals this season, fewer than any other side.
  • Chesterfield have only picked up four points from losing positions this season, fewer than any other side.
  • Walsall has bagged three goals in both of their last two games and are now unbeaten in four.

Yeovil v Rochdale

  • The last three meetings between the two sides have produced a total of just two goals (a 1-0 win each and a 0-0).
  • The Glovers have enjoyed just one win in their last five clashes with Dale, drawing two and losing two.
  • Rochdale have bagged a joint-league-low 16 first-half goals.
  • No side has been more defensively vulnerable in the 15 minutes directly after half-time than Yeovil, who have shipped a joint-league-high 14 goals in this period.
  • Yeovil have failed to score in each of the last three games, the joint-longest current run of its kind in League One.
  • Dale have shipped two or more goals in each of their last six games, but have only lost half of those games.

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