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Stuart Dalgleish 22nd Mar 2016 - 13:24

League 2 Opta Facts - 25 March


Accrington v Leyton Orient

These two sides have met just once before in the league, with Accrington winning 1-0 back in October.

Billy Kee grabbed his sixth assist of the league season in the reverse fixture which broke his previous best of five assists in 2009-10.

Accrington are the only side in the top four tiers to score in every home league game this season.

However, Leyton Orient are on the longest away run of scoring in League Two, netting in each of their last 15.

Only Northampton (39) have won more points at home than Accrington in League Two this season (33, level with Plymouth and Barnet).

Bristol Rovers v Cambridge

Bristol Rovers have lost just one of the last 10 home league games Cambridge (W6 D3), although, they haven't won either of the most recent two encounters.

Cambridge have beaten the Gas in three of the previous five league meetings (D1 L1).

Bristol Rovers have scored at least two goals in four of their last five league games (14 goals in total).

James Spencer is looking to score in three consecutive league games in the Football League for the first time since October 2011.

The Gas have won five successive games in the Football League for the first time since December 1999 (a run of six in total).

Exeter v Barnet

Exeter are unbeaten against Barnet in eight home league games (W4 D4), recording five clean sheets.

Barnet are looking to do the double over Exeter for the first time in league competition after winning the reverse fixture earlier in the season.

Exeter are the only League Two side this season yet to receive a red card.

John Akinde is both Barnet's leading scorer this season (14) and assist provider (8). No other player has more than six goals or six assists.

The Grecians have scored more goals in the opening 15 minutes than any other side in League Two (10).

Hartlepool v Wimbledon

Hartlepool have won both previous games against AFC Wimbledon at Victoria Park, winning 3-1 in October 2013 and 1-0 in February 2015.

The Dons' clean sheet in their 2-0 win at Kingsmeadow back in October 2015 was their only shutout in five games against Pools.

No League team has scored more penalties at home than Hartlepool (5).

The Dons have already surpassed their goal tally from last season, netting 55 times. The only Football League season in which they've scored more was in their first campaign in 2011/12 (62).

Wimbledon's 2-1 at York on Saturday ended a run of five without a victory (D2 L3).

Morecambe v Plymouth

The Shrimps have won their last two home games against Plymouth by the same score, 2-1.

The Pilgrims have scored in each of their nine previous games against Morecambe at an average of two per game (18 goals).

Morecambe have taken just five points from their last 10 league games, no side has managed fewer in League Two in that time.

Four of Plymouth's last five goals have been headers, compared to four of the previous 35.

Jamie Devitt is the leading assist maker in League Two this campaign with 15, yet hasn't assisted in his last four league games.

Northampton v Newport

Northampton have won eight of their last nine home games against Newport in all competitions (L1).

The Exiles have failed to keep a clean sheet in any of the last 18 meetings in all competitions, their last shutout coming in a 1-0 win in November 1972.

Northampton remain unbeaten in 2016, having posted a run of 14 games without defeat (W11 D3).

Warren Feeney has lost only four league games since taking charge of the Exiles (W6 D3).

John-Joe O'Toole has scored four goals in his last four games for the league leaders.

Oxford Utd v Stevenage

Oxford have lost only one of their five league encounters with Stevenage, winning two (D2).

Stevenage are unbeaten in two Football League visits to the Kassam Stadium (W1 D1).

Kemar Roofe has been involved in more Oxford goals than any other player this season (24, scoring 17 and assisting seven).

Boro have lost their last five league matches, their worst run of defeats since August 2013 (6).

Luke Wilkinson's two goals against Northampton last weekend were his first in the league since scoring for Luton v Morecambe in September.

Portsmouth v Notts County

Pompey haven't scored in either of their last two home encounters with the Magpies in all competitions, losing both 2-0.

The Magpies have won their last four games in all competitions against Portsmouth, conceding just once.

Portsmouth have benefitted from more own goals than any other League Two side in 2015/16 (5).

Notts County are winless in seven league matches, the joint-longest current run in the division with York (D1 L6).

Jamie Fullarton won just three of his 12 league games as Notts County manager (D1 L8).

Wycombe v Mansfield

Wycombe are unbeaten in their last four against the Stags (W2 D2).

Mansfield have won two of their last three games at Adams Park (L1).

Wycombe's last three league games at Adams Park have ended in 1-0 home wins.

The Stags have failed to score in their last three away matches.

Mansfield have collected more yellow cards than any other side in League Two this season (74).

Yeovil v Carlisle

Yeovil have lost four of their last five league encounters with Carlisle (D1).

Carlisle eliminated Yeovil in the FA Cup earlier this season, winning 5-4 on penalties after a 1-1 draw in a replay at Huish Park.

Francois Zoko has been involved in four of Yeovil's last six goals in the league (three goals, one assist).

The Cumbrians have drawn their last three league games - they've not drawn four in a row since May 2001.

Charlie Wyke has scored in back-to-back games for Carlisle for the first time since November.

York v Crawley

Crawley won the only other league meeting between these sides 1-0 at the Broadfield Stadium earlier in the season.

The last meeting between these sides at Bootham Crescent was in April 2011 in the Conference, with Crawley's Sergio Torres cancelling out Jonathan Smith's opener for the Minstermen.

York have lost six of their last seven league games, drawing the other.

Crawley have lost seven of their last nine league matches away from home, winning the other two 1-0.

The Minstermen have one clean sheet in their last 31 league games.




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