League 1 Opta Facts - November 19
Brentford v Charlton
The home team has failed to score in the last three meetings between Brentford and Charlton.
Charlton and Brentford have already met once this season with the Bees winning 3-0 at the Valley in the Johnstone's Paint trophy.
The Addicks haven't won any of their last six visits to Griffin Park, losing four of those games.
Brentford have won just one of their last seven League One matches.
Charlton have won their last four League One games on the trot.
Bradley Wright-Phillips has scored 13 goals in his last 14 League One appearances.
Colchester v MK Dons
Colchester have drawn four of their last six matches in League One.
Since losing to Charlton back in August, Colchester have won three and lost none of their last six matches at the Weston Homes Community Stadium.
Colchester took the lead in both games against MK Dons last season, but ended up with just one point out of six to show for their efforts.
Stephen Gleeson has picked up the joint-most yellow cards in League One this season (7).
The Dons 'victory against Walsall last time out ended a run of four away games from which they gleaned only one point from a possible 12.
MK Dons have won two of their last three visits to Colchester.
Huddersfield v Notts County
Huddersfield have dropped more points (12) from winning positions than any other side in League One.
Jack Hunt leads the way in League One with seven goal assists this season.
Three of the last four meetings between Huddersfield and Notts County have ended 3-0 to the Terriers including both games last season.
Town are unbeaten in their last 42 regular League One matches.
County have drawn three and won none of their last four League One games.
43% of the goals Huddersfield have conceded have been shipped in the last 15 minutes of games, a league high.
Leyton Orient v Stevenage
Leyton Orient have recouped more points (10) from losing positions than any other team in League One.
Stevenage have recouped the joint-fewest points (1) from losing positions of any teams in League One.
Dean Cox has scored six goals in his last eight League One appearances at Brisbane Road.
Stevenage are the only side in League One who have not conceded a goal in the opening 15 minutes of any game this season.
The only previous meeting between these two teams came in the 1996-97 FA Cup when Stevenage won 2-1 at Brisbane Road.
Oldham v Chesterfield
Chesterfield have recouped the joint-fewest points (1) from losing positions of any teams in League One.
Leon Clarke has scored in three of his last five League One away games.
Chesterfield have picked up just 17 yellow cards, fewer than any other side in League One.
None of the last nine league meetings between these two sides has ended as an away win.
Oldham have kept just one clean sheet in their last nine League One matches.
Chesterfield have won none of their last eight League One games and it is nine matches since they last kept a shut out.
Preston v Rochdale
Juvhel Tsoumou has scored in three of his last four league appearances for Preston.
Rochdale have won only one of their last nine League One matches and none of the last six.
64% of the goals Rochdale have conceded have come in the first half, a league high.
After winning seven league games in a row, Preston have taken just one point from the last 21 available in League One.
Rochdale have the worst away record in League One with just four points form eight games and a goal difference of -10.
Scunthorpe v Hartlepool
Scunthorpe have drawn nine games in League One, more than any other side so far.
Scunthorpe have conceded exactly two goals in each of their last three League One fixtures.
Scunthorpe have already beaten Hartlepool once this season when they triumphed 2-0 in the Johnstone's Paint trophy.
Hartlepool have lost their last three games against Scunthorpe in all competitions.
Hartlepool have won just one and lost five of their last seven League One games.
Hartlepool have gone eight games without a clean sheet.
Sheffield United v Carlisle
Carlisle have dropped fewer points (2) from winning positions than any other team In League One.
Carlisle have scored the highest percentage of goals in the second half of matches this season (75%).
There have been just four goals scored in total in the last four league games between Sheffield United and Carlisle.
The Blades have gone eight league games without a clean sheet and won just two games in that run.
Carlisle have failed to score in their last two League One away games.
Tranmere v Sheffield Wednesday
Tranmere have recouped the joint-fewest points (1) from losing positions of any teams in League One.
Sheffield Wednesday won their first ever away game against Tranmere in January 1939, but since then they have lost five and drawn three.
There have been penalties scored in four of the last five games between Rovers and the Owls.
There have also been red cards in three of the last four league meetings between Tranmere and Wednesday all for Owls players.
Sheffield Wednesday have lost just one of their last nine League One matches.
Walsall v Bury
Andy Bishop has scored six goals in his last six League One appearances.
Walsall have netted just nine goals in their last 12 League One games and only more than once in one of those games.
Bury have won three of their last four League One away games.
Walsall have won just one of their last 12 League One matches.
Walsall have lost their last three home matches against Bury, two in the league and one in the Johnstone's Paint Trophy courtesy of a penalty shoot out.
Wycombe v Bournemouth
Wes Thomas has scored five goals in his last five League One appearances.
Wycombe have won just one of their last eight League One games.
The Chairboys have scored 65% of their goals in the first half, a divisional high.
Wycombe have the division's worst home record with just five points taken on home turf this season.
Both matches between Wycombe and Bournemouth in the last season they were in the same division (2008-09) ended as 3-1 home wins.
Bournemouth have lost just one of their last seven League One games.
Yeovil Town v Exeter City
Yeovil have the worst disciplinary record in League One with 39 yellows and three dismissals.
33% of Exeter's goals have been scored in the final 15 minutes of games, a league high.
Exeter have taken as many points in their last four matches (8) as they did in their first 13 League One matches of the season.
Yeovil have won none of their last nine League One games.
These two sides have already met once this season with Exeter winning 2-0 in the Carling Cup.