League 2 Opta Facts - 21 Nov
AFC Wimbledon vs Wycombe
The Dons are unbeaten in three previous home league meetings with Wycombe (W1 D2), though they did lose 4-1 at home to the Chairboys in the 2008/09 FA Cup.
There have been four red cards in the last four league meetings between these sides, three of which have been for Wycombe.
Only 33 goals have been scored in matches involving Wycombe this season; a league-low.
Wimbledon are unbeaten in their last four in league competition, winning three.
Wycombe have kept a clean sheet in five of their last seven away games (W4 D2 L1).
Barnet vs Morecambe
This will be the first meeting between these sides since the 2012/13 season, when the home side won both fixtures 4-1.
Kevin Ellison has nine goals in his last 10 meetings with Barnet, including two in three for Morecambe.
There have been more goals in matches involving Morecambe than any other League Two side (60).
Barnet have conceded six goals in the opening 15 minutes this term; a joint-league-high with Mansfield.
The Shrimps have kept just one clean sheet in their last 14 league games.
Morecambe have lost their last two matches; they've not lost three in a row since September 2014.
Cambridge vs Accrington
Cambridge failed to win either meeting with Stanley last season (D1 L1), conceding twice in each match.
Piero Mingoia scored three of Accrington's four goals against the U's last season.
The U's have conceded in each of their last eight games in the league, losing five (W2 D1).
Stanley have won four of their last five matches on the road, losing the other.
They've shipped just four goals in their last eight away from home and never more than once in this run.
Accrington's Billy Kee (12) has been involved in more goals than any other League Two player this season (six goals, six assists).
Carlisle vs Portsmouth
Carlisle have won just one of their last seven league meetings with Portsmouth (D2 L4).
Portsmouth have scored in each of their last seven against the Cumbrians, netting 16 goals in total.
No League Two side has netted more second half goals in 2015/16 than Carlisle (18).
Carlisle have won back to back home games for the second time this season; they've not recorded three on the bounce since January 2013.
No side in League Two has kept more clean sheets this season than Pompey (7).
Crawley vs Bristol Rovers
This will be the first league meeting between these sides since the 2011/12 campaign, where Crawley won this exact fixture 4-1.
The Pirates won on their last visit to Crawley, 2-1 in the 2013/14 FA Cup thanks to John-Joe O'Toole's 90th minute winner.
The Pirates are the only side in League Two yet to drop any points from games in which they've led (W8).
Crawley have won their last three home games in league competition. They last won four consecutive matches on home soil back in October 2011.
Bristol Rovers have won their last four away games and have lost just one of their last nine on the road (W7 D1 L1).
Dag & Red vs Oxford
The four previous league meetings between these sides in Dagenham have produced just three goals (one for Dagenham).
Both meetings between these sides last season ended level.
The Daggers have dropped a joint-league-high 14 points from leading positions this season.
Oxford are unbeaten in their last four away league games (W3 D1), scoring 12 goals in the process.
Dagenham have conceded more headed goals than any other League Two team this term (10).
Leyton Orient vs York
This will be the first meeting between these sides since the 2003/04 campaign, Orient winning 2-1 away after drawing 2-2 at home.
York have scored in each of their last eight league games against the O's, though they've kept only one clean sheet in that time.
Last time out, York's Ben Godfrey scored the second latest goal in League Two this season (98:25).
The O's have won just once in their last five home league games (D2 L2), this after winning the three prior to this run.
The Minstermen are without a win in 11 games (D5 L6); the longest current run in the division.
Mansfield vs Hartlepool
Mansfield have won just one of their last six against Hartlepool (D1 L4), conceding at least once in each game.
Pools are unbeaten in three league visits to Mansfield (W2 D1), last losing there in January 2002.
This exact fixture last season produced three red cards (one for Mansfield), though Hartlepool held on for a 1-1 draw.
The Stags have lost their last two home games. They've not lost three in a row since a run of four in December 2013.
Hartlepool have kept just one clean sheet in their last 12 away league games.
Newport vs Yeovil
This will be the first ever league meeting between these sides.
Yeovil's Jake Howells scored against Newport in League Two last season, while playing for Luton.
No side has scored fewer goals this season than Newport (17) - level with Dagenham and Redbridge. Indeed, the Exiles have failed to score more often than any other League Two team this season (8).
Yeovil's Ryan Bird has scored with seven of his nine shots on target in league competition this season.
Yeovil have lost six and won none of their last nine in the league.
Notts County vs Northampton
This will be the first league meeting between these sides since the 2009/10 season, with Notts County winning both games that time including a 5-2 win in this exact fixture.
The Cobblers have won just one of their last eight visits to Meadow Lane (D2 L5), conceding 17 goals in that time.
Northampton's Marc Richards has scored six goals in his last eight games in all competitions.
Only Morecambe's Jamie Devitt (10) has more assists in League Two this season Nicky Adams (9).
The Magpies have won five of their last six league games at Meadow Lane (L1).
Plymouth vs Exeter
Reuben Reid has scored five goals in his last three league meetings for Plymouth against Exeter, including a hat-trick in a 3-1 away win last season.
Exeter have lost their last three against the Pilgrims (all competitions), including a 2-0 loss at this ground earlier this season in the Football League Trophy.
Tom Nichols has netted five goals in his last five games for Exeter (all competitions).
Plymouth have made their best ever start to a league campaign after 17 games, (38 points, assuming three points for a win).
Plymouth have won seven of their last eight league games (L1), including each of the last three (the current longest run in the division).
Stevenage vs Luton
Stevenage lost both fixtures with Luton last season, the first Football League meetings between the sides.
Luton have won on all four of their visits to Stevenage in all competitions (including Conference).
Luton have scored in 14 consecutive League Two games, the longest run in the division.
Stevenage have conceded a league-high 25 second half goals this season following their 2-1 defeat to Yeovil.
No League Two side has scored more headed goals than this season than Stevenage (10).