League 2 Opta Facts - 5 March
Wimbledon v Accrington
Wimbledon have won two consecutive league games against Accrington after failing to win any of the initial seven meetings (D1 L6).
Stanley have scored on each of their four visits to the Cherry Red Records Stadium in League Two, although failing to win on the last two trips (D1 L1 - winning the other two).
The Dons have scored 22 goals in their last 10 league games, winning seven (D1 L2).
Accrington have conceded in each of their last nine away league games, last keeping a clean sheet on the road in October.
Only Jay Simpson (26) has contributed more goals in League Two this season than Stanley's Billy Kee (25 - 14 goals and 11 assists).
Barnet v Hartlepool
Barnet have netted in eight of the nine games played at home in the league against Hartlepool - scoring two last time out in a 2-1 victory over the Monkey Hangers.
Hartlepool have won two of the last four trips (D1 L1) to Barnet in the league after failing to win any of the first five visits (D1 L4).
The Bees have kept five clean sheets in their last six League Two home games.
Hartlepool's only away clean sheet in their last 18 league games came at Dagenham in October 2015, conceding 37 goals in that spell.
Since winning their opening three league games of the season, Pools have won just five out of 28 games.
Cambridge v Exeter
The U's have failed to win any of the previous three league encounters with Exeter (D1 L2) after winning three games in a row before this.
Exeter picked up all three points against Cambridge last season after 16 games without victory (all comps), a run stretching back to January 1976.
Cambridge have won their last three home league games, not winning four on the bounce since December 2002.
The Grecians have won only one of their last six league games (D2 L3) after winning their three previous to that.
Five of Exeter's last six wins in League Two have been away from home.
Carlisle v Northampton
Carisle are unbeaten in four home league games against Northampton (W2 D2), including a win in this exact fixture last term.
In the reverse fixture in October, the Saints came from 1-0 down to secure a 3-2 victory thanks to a brace from Dominic Calvert-Lewin.
Carlisle have won 21 points from losing positions in League Two, a league high.
Northampton are unbeaten in 10 away league games (W8 D2), their best run since a run of 13 in October 2006.
The Cobblers have scored the most goals in League Two (60), with 30 goals coming in both the first and second halves of games.
Crawley v Morecambe
Morecambe's only league visit to Crawley ended in a 1-1 draw back in 2012.
However, the Shrimps have won the other two league fixtures, racking up nine goals in the process.
Crawley, winners last time out against Newport, haven't won back to back league games since October 2015.
Games involving Morecambe have seen 116 goals scored this season (54 goals, 62 conceded), 14 more than any other team in League Two (York are second with 102).
Jamie Devitt tops the assist charts in League Two, contributing 15 to Morecambe this season including three in his last six games.
Dag & Red v York
The Daggers are unbeaten in three League Two encounters with York (W2 D1), netting exactly twice in each encounter.
The Minstermen have scored just once in the three league visits to Victoria Road (D1 L2), failing to score in each of the last two.
The Daggers are the last team yet to win a home game this season in the top four tiers, failing in 16 attempts so far. The last team to do this were Sunderland in 2005/06, who failed to win any of their opening 18 home games.
York City are currently on a run of 14 away league games without a win, their longest such run since February 1998 (also 14 games).
The Minstermen are one of four teams yet to win a game from a losing position in League Two this season.
Leyton Orient v Luton
Orient are unbeaten in three league games against the Hatters (W2 D1), stopping the rot of four losses in a row.
Luton have lost just once in five league visits to Leyton Orient (W2 D2), however, that loss came in their last trip to Brisbane Road.
Jay Simpson is top scorer in League Two this season with 23 goals, though he has only netted one in his last six games.
Luton have conceded just once in the opening 15 minutes of games this season, a league low along with Oxford.
Eight of Luton's last nine league goals have come in the second half.
Mansfield v Yeovil
The Stags won the reverse fixture 1-0 earlier in the season, with Reggie Lambe scoring a 100th minute winner - the latest goal scored in League Two this season.
Yeovil have won two of the five league fixtures against Mansfield (D1 L2), with the win in 2005 en route to the their title victory.
Mansfield are without a clean sheet in their last 11 home league games, conceding 18 goals.
Yeovil have won their previous two games and haven't won three on the bounce since April 2013.
The Glovers have kept clean sheets in each of their last three games, not keeping four since a run of five in January 2011.
Newport v Wycombe
Newport have won four of the five league meetings with Wycombe (L1), including each of the last two fixtures.
However, the Chairboys defeated County 2-0 in the last league fixture played at Newport, scoring two goals five minutes before the half-time whistle.
Newport have lost only one of their last eight home league games (W3 D4), this after losing eight of their previous 10 at Rodney Parade.
Wycombe have scored just five goals in 2016 so far, the fewest in League Two.
Scott Boden has scored each of Newport's last five goals.
Notts County v Bristol Rovers
Notts County have failed to win any of the last five league encounters with Rovers (D1 L4), however, they did draw last time out.
Bristol Rovers have kept clean sheets in three of the last four league matches with County, conceding just once.
The Magpies have conceded 22 goals in the final 15 minutes of games this season, a league high, while Rovers have scored the most goals in that time frame (19).
County are one of two teams yet to win at home in 2016 in League Two (also Dagenham).
The Gas have lost their last three away league games; a fourth defeat on the bounce would signal their worst run since September 2013 (also four defeats in a row).
Plymouth v Oxford Utd
Plymouth haven't picked up a home win against Oxford since January 2002, losing the last three consecutive encounters
The U's have lost just once in nine league meetings with the Pilgrims (W6 D2), keeping four clean sheets in the last six.
Argyle have only failed to score in one of their last 21 home League Two games.
Oxford have scored 34 goals away from home in League Two this season, more than any other side.
The U's have won all five of their away games in 2016 so far.
Stevenage v Portsmouth
Stevenage have won both of their home league encounters against Pompey, with the two victories coming by a one goal margin.
The fixture earlier this season ended 1-1, with Pompey conceding a 94th minute equaliser to stop them claiming all three points.
Stevenage have had 21 different scorers in the league this season, the most different scorers in the top four tiers of English football this season.
Only Oxford, AFC Wimbledon and Northampton (2) have lost fewer away games than Pompey (3) in League Two this season.
However, Portsmouth have won just one of their last nine away league games (D5 L3), failing to keep a clean sheet in any of those games.