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Andrew Tibot 5th Feb 2015 - 17:41

League Two Opta Facts - Feb 7

AFC Wimbledon v Newport

AFC Wimbledon have found the net in each of their seven meetings with Newport (including Conference), though they've kept only one clean sheet.

Newport's 4-1 victory in September was their first ever against the Dons in league competition (D3 L3, including Conference).

The Wombles have both scored and conceded in each of their last five league games.

The Exiles have lost their last three league games without reply, this having won the previous four.

Newport have scored a league-high 11 goals from outside the box this season, while only Morecambe (1) have scored fewer from distance than Wimbledon (2).


Bury v Exeter

Bury have lost only one of their last 15 at home to Exeter in league competition (W11 D3), winning the last two by a 2-0 scoreline.

Exeter have scored only one goal in their last nine trips to Bury in all competitions.

The Shakers are unbeaten in their last four home games (W2 D2).

The Grecians have conceded exactly two goals in each of their last five games (W1 D1 L3).

Alex Nicholls has scored in each of his last three appearances for Exeter, having failed to score in any of his first eight.


Cambridge v Wycombe

Cambridge have won their last three home games against Wycombe.

The Chairboys have failed to keep a clean sheet in five previous visits to the Abbey Stadium in league competition.

The U's have lost only one of their last six at home (W3 D2), conceding just four goals in that run.

Wycombe are unbeaten in seven away games, three wins followed by four consecutive draws.

Cambridge have scored a league-high 26 goals in the second half of games this season.


Cheltenham v Burton

Cheltenham have won three and lost none of their four home league meetings with Burton (D1).

Burton are unbeaten in four league games against Cheltenham (W3 D1).

The Robins have not won at home since October in the league (D4 L3), bagging just five goals in that run.

The Brewers last four away games have all ended in a draw. They've not won away since Jimmy-Floyd Hasselbaink's first game in charge in November (L1 D4).

Jack Dunn has been involved in four of Cheltenham's last five goals (three goals, one assist).


Mansfield v Stevenage

Including Conference, Mansfield have won one and lost four of their last five meetings with Stevenage.

Stevenage's 3-0 win over Mansfield in September was the first Football League meeting between the sides - Chris Whelpdale scoring twice for the Boro.

The Stags have won only one of their last eight at home in the league (D4 L3).

The Boro have either scored twice or not at all in their last 10 away league matches.

Mansfield have gained a league-low one point from losing positions in League Two this season.

Tom Pett has scored two and assisted one in his last three league matches for Stevenage.


Northampton v Morecambe

Northampton have lost just one of their last 11 league meetings with Morecambe (W6 D4).

Morecambe have scored just three goals in their last six against Northampton.

The Cobblers have won their last four league games, conceding just one goal in the process. They've not won five in a row since March 2010.

Each of Morecambe's last five league games has ended in a draw.

Northampton's Marc Richards is the league's top scorer with 15 goals, though his last four have all come away from home.


Oxford v Luton

Oxford have won none of their last 10 meetings with Luton in the Football League (D3 L7).

Luton have kept a clean sheet in three of their last four visits to Oxford in league competition (excluding Conference).

The U's are winless in four at home (D1 L3), conceding at least twice in each of these games.

Meanwhile, Luton are unbeaten in their last three away (W1 D2), scoring exactly once each time.

Oxford's Danny Hylton has 12 goals this season, just one off his previous best of 13 set with Aldershot Town in 2011/12.


Plymouth v Accrington

The last three meetings between these sides in Plymouth have ended in a draw, with the last two finishing goalless.

Accrington have lost only one of their nine previous meetings with Plymouth (W2 D6).

The Pilgrims are winless in seven (D3 L4). They've not gone eight without a win since a 12-game run between April and September 2011.

Meanwhile, Stanley have lost each of their last four league games.

No player has been involved in as many goals this season as Plymouth's Reuben Reid (17; 12 goals and five assists).


Portsmouth v Hartlepool

Portsmouth have kept a clean sheet in each of their last four meetings with Hartlepool. However, they've only scored once themselves in that time.

Hartlepool have won one of their four previous visits to Fratton Park, losing the other three.

Pompey are without a win in nine games (D4 L5), the longest current run in the division.

Meanwhile, the Pool are without an away win in eight attempts (D2 L6), and have conceded in each of their last 18 away from home.

Hartlepool have scored just seven goals in the first half of games this season, accounting for 32% of their goals - both league-low figures.


Shrewsbury v Southend

Shrewsbury have had a player sent off in their last two meetings with Southend.

Southend have scored exactly once in each of their last four trips to Shrewsbury, and in nine of their last 11. They failed to score in the other two.

The Shrews are the only side in the division yet to lose at home this season (W12 D2).

However, no side has won more games away from home than Southend (8).

Shrewsbury's James Collins has three goals in his last three games.


Tranmere v Carlisle

Tranmere have failed to score in four of their last six meetings with Carlisle.

Carlisle are unbeaten in four against Tranmere (W3 D1).

Rovers are unbeaten in five (W3 D2), alternating between a win and a draw in each game.

The Cumbrians have kept just one clean sheet in their last 11 games, and in none of the last six.

Carlisle have conceded a league-high 29 goals in the first half of games this season, just three fewer than Tranmere have shipped in total (32).


York v Dag & Red

York have won both of their previous home games against Dagenham in the Football League, scoring three times on each occasion.

The Daggers last win at York was in the Conference in November 2006 (3-2).

No side has won fewer points at home in League Two this season than the Minstermen (11).

Dagenham have found the net in just two of their last six away games, a total of three goals.


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