League 2 Opta Facts - 29 September
Cheltenham v Morecambe
Morecambe are unbeaten in their last four league meetings with Cheltenham (D2) and did the double over the Robins last season.
Cheltenham have lost only two of their eight league games so far this season, but both of those defeats came at home.
Morecambe are without a victory in their three league outings (D1 L3).
Morecambe's last four league victories have come away from home.
Wimbledon v Accrington
The league meetings between the pair last season were the first in the sides' respective histories and Accrington took all six points.
Wimbledon's 1-0 victory at Wycombe on 22 September was their first league win since the opening day of the season, a run which encompassed five losses and a draw.
Accrington ended a four-match winless streak (D2 L2), across all competitions, with a 1-0 defeat of Aldershot last weekend.
Stanley have netted in each of their last five league games, whilst Wimbledon have kept just two clean sheets in eight matches (in all competitions) this season.
Aldershot v York
Aldershot have mustered just one league victory in their last seven outings, losing four.
York have lost just one of their last seven league games (W2 D4).
York have won four of the last five Conference meetings between the teams (L1) but have they have not faced off since January 2008.
York have suffered just one defeat away from home this season, at Burton Albion who currently sit in a play-off position.
Bradford v Port Vale
Bradford City lie outside the automatic promotion places in League Two on goal difference and are equal on points with Port Vale, who currently occupy second spot.
Bradford are on a run of three consecutive victories and have lost just twice this season, both defeats coming away from home.
Port Vale have won their last three games away from Vale Park.
Vale are unbeaten against Bradford in their last seven league meetings, winning five of them.
Burton Albion v Northampton
Burton are unbeaten in their last four league matches, picking up 10 points in the process.
Northampton have conceded just once in their five last matches in all competitions.
Since the pair first met in 2009, Burton have lost just once (W3 D2), though that loss was their most recent league clash earlier this year.
Northampton could leapfrog Burton into the play-off places should they pick up all three points on Saturday.
Chesterfield v Torquay
Chesterfield are unbeaten at home and have not lost in the league since the opening day of the season (W2 D5).
In all of Chesterfield's home matches this season, both teams have scored.
Torquay have lost just once this season (W2 D5).
Chesterfield have the better of the history in this fixture, securing 16 league victories to Torquay's eight. There has been 12 draws between the pair.
Dag & Red v Wycombe
Dagenham and Wycombe lie above the relegation spots in League Two only on goal difference having secured just four points each.
The Daggers are yet to win a game this season (D4 L4).
Wycombe's solitary victory of the season came at York on the opening day, but they have lost their last three.
The two teams have not faced off in the league since 2009. Back then, Dagenham and Redbridge took all six points from the two matches.
Exeter v Bristol Rovers
Exeter have suffered only one loss in their last seven matches (W5 D1).
Rovers are winless in their seven league matches this season, though have lost only one of their last four.
City have failed to score only once in the league this season.
Exeter are unbeaten in their last four meetings with the Pirates (W2 D2).
Fleetwood v Barnet
Fleetwood occupy fifth spot in the league table and two points off the automatic promotion places, whilst Barnet prop up the league table after a winless start to this season.
Fleetwood have suffered only one loss in their last six league matches (W4 D1).
A goalless draw with Rotherham on 22 September ended a run of five consecutive defeats for the Bees.
Fleetwood have never faced Barnet in a competitive fixture.
Gillingham v Rochdale
Gillingham top League Two after an unbeaten start and Rochdale are within one point of the play-off positions.
The Gills' 1-1 draw with Chesterfield was the only occasion that the side dropped points this season.
Dale have suffered one loss in five outings (W3 D1).
The two teams have 10 wins apiece in the history of this league fixture, though the Gills have had the better of it recently and are unbeaten in four. Their last meeting was in 2009.
Plymouth v Southend
Plymouth have suffered only loss in five matches (W2 D2).
Southend are on the fringes of the play-offs having won four of their past six matches (D1 L1).
In the corresponding fixture last season Southend took a point from Home Park, as well as defeating the Pilgrims at home.
Three of Southend's four losses this season (in all competitions) have come away from home.
Rotherham v Oxford Utd
Two points separate these teams on the League Two ladder, though Oxford's goal difference is eight worse than the Millers'.
Despite keeping two clean sheets, Rotherham have shipped nine goals in their past four matches.
Oxford have lost their last five leagues matches - conceding 15 goals.