League 2 Opta Facts - 28 December
Bristol Rovers v Leyton Orient
Rovers haven't kept a single clean sheet in their last 19 games against Orient, losing 10 (W5 D4).
Orient are on a run of fine wins in a row against the Pirates, stretching back to the opening day of the 2009/10 season.
Bristol Rovers have won three of their last four games at the Memorial Stadium (L1), winning two of these games by a two goal margin or more.
The O's have drawn five of their last nine games away from home in League Two (W1 L3).
Cambridge v Barnet
The U's have lost only one of their five home league games against Barnet (W2 D2).
Barnet have scored two or more goals in six of their last eight encounters with Cambridge failing to score in the other two games.
Cambridge have scored in each of their last nine League Two home games, however, they have only won three in this timeframe (D2 L4).
The Bees have conceded two goals or more in 12 of their last 13 away games in the league.
Exeter v Wimbledon
The Grecians have won each of their three home league meetings with Wimbledon.
Wimbledon have never kept a clean sheet against Exeter in the Football League, conceding 12 goals in seven games.
Tom Nichols has scored in each of his last four home league starts for Exeter.
The Dons are unbeaten in their last five league games on the road (W2 D3) - a club record. However, they've drawn the last three.
Mansfield v York
The Stags have failed to score in just one of their last 19 games against York in the Football League, scoring 31 goals in that time.
York are unbeaten in four games (incl. play-offs) at Field Mill, with two of those games played at Conference level.
After keeping three consecutive league clean sheets at home (W2 D1), Mansfield have conceded in each of their last five, winning just once (D1 L3).
The Minstermen have lost five consecutive away league games for the first time since March 2002, they haven't lost six since December 1998.
Newport v Plymouth
Newport have lost only one of their last six league games at home to Plymouth (W4 D1).
The Pilgrims have kept five clean sheets in their last eight games against the Exiles (W4 D2 L2).
Newport have netted five goals in their last two home games (W1 D1), having scored just four in their previous seven (D3 L4).
Plymouth have won 2-1 in three of their last four away trips in the league (D1).
Northampton v Accrington
The Cobblers have won five of their last seven against Accrington (D1 L1).
Stanley's only win in the last seven against Northampton was a thrilling 5-4 victory in this exact fixture last season.
Five of Northampton's last six wins at home in the league have come by a one goal margin.
Accrington have lost just once in the last 10 League Two away outings (W6 D3) and they are currently unbeaten in their last four (W3 D1).
Notts County v Morecambe
County have never lost to Morecambe in three meetings at Meadow Lane (W2 D1).
The Shrimps' only clean sheet against Notts County was in April 2009 in a 1-0 victory.
The Magpies have won seven of the last nine home league games, scoring exactly four in previous two.
Morecambe have conceded two or more goals in five of their last six League Two away games, failing to win in the last four (D1 L3).
Portsmouth v Luton
Pompey are on a winning run of six games against Luton at Fratton Park, stretching back to October 1987.
The Hatters have kept one clean sheet in 14 games against Portsmouth, conceding 26 goals.
Portsmouth have kept a clean sheet in five of the last six League Two home games (W2 D4), racking up an impressive 10 goals in the most recent two.
Luton have won four of the last seven League Two away trips (D1 L2), however, they drawn blank in two of their last three (W1 D1 L1).
Stevenage v Dag & Red
The last time Stevenage beat Dagenham at home was in the Conference in October 2005, with George Boyd netting the winner in a 2-1 win.
Dagenham are unbeaten in three games (all comps) against Stevenage, including two games this season (one in League Two and one in the Football League Trophy).
Stevenage have scored five goals in their last two home league games (W1 D1) - it previously took them six games to get to this total (W1 D2 L3).
The Daggers have won just once in the last eight league away trips (D2 L5), keeping their only clean sheet in that win.
Wycombe v Crawley
There has only one meeting previously between the two sides, a 0-0 draw in August this year.
Despite the match ending goalless, both sides combined to muster a total of 11 shots on target (six for Crawley)
The Chairboys' last three home league games has seen the side score exactly two goals, although they've only managed one victory (D2).
The Reds' last six away games have seen 24 goals scored (four goals per game), however, they have only won once in this period (D1 L4).
Yeovil v Oxford Utd
The Glovers have won both previous home league meetings with Oxford (in 2003/04 and 2004/05).
Oxford have won their last four matches against Yeovil in all competitions.
Yeovil have failed to keep a clean sheet in any of their League Two home games this season, winning just once (D4 L6).
The U's have won nine of their last 15 away league games, losing just two. However, one of those losses came last time out against Wycombe.