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Andrew Tibot 4th Jan 2016 - 16:02

League 2 Opta Facts - 9 Jan

Accrington v Notts County

Stanley have won none of their four home meetings with Notts County since they returned to the Football League (D1 L3).

Liam Noble was sent off for the Magpies in the reverse fixture in August as Matt Crooks' 90th minute leveller cancelled out Graeme Burke's opener for Notts County.

Accrington have scored in each of their last 12 home league games, though they've only kept one clean sheet in that time.

Meanwhile, both teams have scored in nine of County's last 10 league games, with 42 goals scored in total.

Notts County have conceded 20 goals in the final 15 minutes of games this season, at least five more than any other League Two club.


Barnet v Bristol Rovers

Six of the last seven goals in Football League meetings between these sides have come in the final 13 minutes.

The Pirates won the reverse of this fixture 3-1, their fifth home win in six Football League meetings with Barnet (L1).

John Akinde has scored four of Barnet's last five league goals.

Rovers are unbeaten in seven league games (W5 D2), keeping four clean sheets along the way.

The Bees have scored a league-low one goal in the opening 15 minutes of games this season.


Crawley v Cambridge

Despite having Liam Donnelly sent off, Crawley won the reverse of this fixture 3-0; the first ever Football League meeting between the sides.

Cambridge lost 2-0 at this ground last season, in a Football League Trophy match.

The Red Devils have won six of their last seven home league games (L1).

The U's, meanwhile, have won four of their last five on the road in League Two (L1).

Crawley have given away more penalties than any other League Two side this season (7).


Mansfield v Stevenage

The Stags won the reverse fixture 2-0 in September, their second win in three Football League meetings with Stevenage (L1).

Both teams have scored in each of Stevenage's last seven league fixtures, though they're winless in their last four (D2 L2).

After a run of three consecutive clean sheets, Mansfield have conceded in each of their last seven home games.

The Boro have shipped a league-high 32 goals in the second half of games this season, eight more than Mansfield have in total.

Stevenage have used a league-high 34 players this season, while Mansfield have used a league-low 20.


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