League 2 Opta Facts - 13 Feb
Newport v Carlisle
Newport have won their last three against Carlisle, all by a one-goal margin, including a 1-0 triumph in the reverse fixture.
Carlisle opened the scoring in this exact fixture last season, before eventually losing 2-1.
All six of the goals scored by Newport against Carlisle in the past two seasons have been scored by different players.
The Cumbrians haven't kept a clean sheet against Newport in any of their 13 previous league meetings (27 goals conceded).
Only Dagenham & Redbridge (4) have taken fewer points at home than Newport this season (9).
Accrington v Crawley
Accrington won the reverse of this fixture 3-0, after Luke Rooney was sent off for Crawley.
Crawley won this exact fixture 1-0 the last time they met in 2011/12.
Stanley have scored in 14 consecutive league games at home, including all 11 of the games played at the Crown Ground this season.
No team in League Two has conceded more goals away from home than Crawley this season (31).
Shay McCartan has scored three of Accrington's last five league goals.
AFC Wimbledon v Luton
The Dons won both fixtures against Luton last season, including David Connolly's 90th minute in a 3-2 home win.
However, the Hatters won the reverse of his fixture 2-0 in September, with two late goals from Jack Marriott after Karleigh Osbourne was sent off for AFC Wimbledon.
AFC Wimbledon have scored 11 goals in their last four league games (W3 L1).
Luton have picked up 24 of their 38 points for the season away from home (W7 D3 L5).
No team in League Two has scored more goals in the first 15 minutes of games than AFC Wimbledon this season (8).
Dag & Red v Barnet
The Daggers have never lost in five previous home Football League meetings with Barnet, winning the last four (D1).
Michael Gash scored twice as Barnet won the reverse of this fixture 3-1 in September.
Dagenham are the only side in the top four tiers of English football yet to win at home this season.
Barnet have only scored one goal in their last four games, while the most recent two have ended in 0-0 draws.
Dagenham have only kept two clean sheets so far this season - the lowest total of any team in League Two.
Hartlepool v Yeovil
Hartlepool have conceded just four goals in their seven previous home league meetings with Yeovil, and never more than once in a game.
However, Yeovil are unbeaten in their last two league visits to Hartlepool, keeping a clean sheet each time (W1 D1).
The Pools have conceded 14 goals in their last seven league games.
After a run of 16 league games without a win, Yeovil have won three of their last five.
Hartlepool have scored just six goals in their last nine league games, while failing to score more than a single goal on any occasion.
Leyton Orient v Northampton
The O's are winless in their last six meetings with Northampton, conceding in each game (D3 L3).
The Cobblers have scored at least twice in each of their last five visits to Brisbane Road (W3 D1 L1).
Orient have scored in 14 consecutive league games - their longest scoring streak of the season.
Northampton are currently enjoying a six-game winning streak in League Two - the longest of any team in the division this season.
Jay Simpson is the only player in League Two to have scored more than 20 goals so far this season (22).
Morecambe v Oxford
Morecambe are unbeaten in four league meetings with Oxford (W1 D3), though these meetings have produced just five goals (F3 A2).
Three of the last four league meetings between these sides in Morecambe have ended level.
No League Two team has taken fewer points from their last six games than Morecambe (4).
No League Two side has conceded fewer goals than Oxford this season (25).
Morecambe's Jamie Devitt has registered the most assists (14) of any League One player this season, and is one of just two players to have 10 or more (Nicky Adams, 12).
Plymouth v Mansfield
The Pilgrims are unbeaten in 10 home league games against Mansfield, winning eight.
Indeed, Mansfield have failed to score on five occasions in that run, netting just six goals in total.
Up until their last game - a 1-0 defeat against Wycombe - Plymouth had scored in 14 consecutive league games.
Mansfield have conceded a league-high 12 goals in the opening 15 minutes of games this season, at least three more than any other side.
The Stags have collected a league-high 61 yellow cards this season.
Portsmouth v Bristol Rovers
Pompey have won eight of their last 10 league meetings with Bristol Rovers, losing two.
Indeed, the Gas have lost on each of their last five visits to Fratton Park in league competition.
Portsmouth have lost their last two home league games, as many as they'd lost in their previous 16 at Fratton Park.
Bristol have conceded exactly one goal in all of their last four league games (W1 D1 L2).
The home side are the only team in League Two to have conceded fewer than 10 goals on home soil this season (9).
Stevenage v Cambridge
Stevenage suffered their first Football League defeat to Cambridge in the reverse fixture (W1 D1), thanks to Harrison Dunk's 90th minute strike.
Barry Corr scored four goals in six league games against the Boro, all as a Southend player.
Stevenage have only one won of their last eight home league games (D4 L3), and have failed to score in both of their previous two.
The U's haven't lost an away league game in which they've scored this season (W6 D2).
Tom Conlon scored twice in Stevenage's recent win over Hartlepool, his first goals in 34 league games for the Boro (inc. play-offs).
Wycombe v Exeter
The Chairboys have won three of their last four league meetings with Exeter (L1), including a 2-0 win at St James' Park in the reverse fixture.
Exeter have scored on all six of their league visits to face Wycombe, though they've only kept one clean sheet at Adams Park (W1 D3 L2).
Wycombe have lost their last three home league games. They've not lost four in a row at Adams Park since January 2014.
The Grecians have won four of their last six away league games (D1 L1).
Wycombe have conceded more fouls than any other team in the division this season - 398.
York v Notts County
York have failed to win any of their last 12 home league meetings with the Magpies (D6 L6), though this is their first such meeting since November 1998.
Indeed, Notts County's last league defeat in York was back in April 1969.
Both teams have scored in each of the last nine meetings between the sides in York.
Notts County striker Izale McLeod is one of just three players to have scored three braces this season (alongside Jay Simpson and Rory Gaffney).
York have conceded in all of their previous 22 league games, which is the longest such streak in League Two this season.