League 2 Opta Facts - Oct 29
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League Two Opta Facts - Oct 29
Aldershot v Crewe
Both sides have found the net in each of the last five matches between Aldershot and Crewe, with the two meetings last term seeing nine goals netted in total.
The Shots have won four and lost just one of their last six meetings with Crewe.
Aldershot have scored fewer second half goals than any other League Two side this season (five).
Crewe are the only team yet to gain a single point from a losing position this season, losing all eight games they've fallen behind in.
Aldershot have conceded exactly two goals in each of their last three league games and are without a clean sheet in five.
Barnet v Burton Albion
Barnet hotshot Steve Kabba netted four goals in the Bees' last meeting with Burton, a game Barnet won 4-1.
The former Sheffield United man netted exactly a third of his so far 12 league goals for Barnet (in 30 games) in that 4-1 win.
Burton are the only side in League Two yet to score in the closing 15 minutes this season.
The Bees have lost six of their last seven league games, winning the other.
Burton have only failed to score in one league game this season, but are yet to score more than twice in a single game.
Bristol Rovers v Dagenham & Redbridge
Both previous league meetings between the Pirates and the Daggers have been won by the away team, who have kept a clean sheet on each occasion.
The three previous meetings between Bristol Rovers and Dagenham in all competitions have seen a total four goals scored in the final 10 minutes.
Dagenham have lost their last five away league games.
Rovers have conceded at least two goals in each of their last six league games.
Dagenham have lost nine of their last 10 league games overall.
Cheltenham v Plymouth
Plymouth have won their last four meetings with the Robins in all competitions, though the teams last met in league competition in 2002/03.
After winning their first three home meetings with the Pilgrims, Cheltenham are winless in three against Plymouth at Whaddon Road (1D, 2L).
The Pilgrims have the worst defence in League Two this term, shipping 31 goals so far.
Argyle have also conceded a league-high 18 goals in the final half hour of games this season.
Cheltenham have only conceded three goals in their last six league games and haven't allowed more than one in a game during this run.
Crawley Town v Accrington Stanley
This will be the first ever Football League meeting between Crawley and Accrington, though Stanley did the double over the Red Devils when they last met in the Conference (2005/06).
Accrington have conceded the most goals in the first half this season (17) and the fewest in the second half (three).
Crawley have now won their last seven league games, scoring 17 goals in the process.
The Red Devils' current win streak is the longest of its kind in League Two all season.
Stanley are one of two teams yet to win an away game this season in League Two.
Accrington have had more red cards than any other League Two side this season (four).
Macclesfield v Southend
Southend are unbeaten in eight meetings with Macclesfield, winning five and drawing three.
The four meetings between Macclesfield and Southend in all comps last year saw a total of 13 goals scored, despite one finishing 0-0.
Southend have won their last three away league games.
The Shrimpers have had more players booked (33) than any other fourth tier side this term.
The Silkmen are now unbeaten in five league games, winning four of them.
Morecambe v Gillingham
Gillingham are unbeaten in four previous Football League meetings with Morecambe, winning two and drawing two.
Both meetings between the Shrimps and the Gills last term finished 1-1, with Morecambe taking the lead on each occasion only for Gillingham to come back in the final 10 minutes.
Since drawing a blank on the opening day of the campaign, Morecambe have scored in 14 consecutive league fixtures.
Morecambe have lost more points from winning positions (12) than any other team in the division.
Gillingham have only managed one shutout in their last 11 league games.
Northampton v Rotherham
Both meetings between the Cobblers and the Millers last term finished 2-2, with Rotherham leading 2-0 on each occasion.
Northampton are unbeaten in four home meetings with Rotherham, winning two and drawing two.
The Millers are without a win in eight, the longest current run of its kind in League Two.
Rotherham have only been shown 12 yellow cards this season, a league-low.
Rotherham have lost a league-high seven points from winning positions on the road this season.
Northampton have lost their last four league games and are without a clean sheet in seven.
Oxford Utd v Port Vale
Oxford are unbeaten in three meetings with Port Vale and won both meetings between the sides last season 2-1.
Port Vale haven't won at Oxford since a 2-0 win in April 1997 (three defeats and one draw since).
Oxford are one of two teams in League Two (with Shrewsbury) yet to lose at home this season.
Port Vale are the highest scoring League Two team in the first 45 minutes this season, netting 21 first half goals so far.
Shrewsbury v AFC Wimbledon
This will be the first ever competitive meeting between Shrewsbury and AFC Wimbledon.
Shrewsbury have won their last six home league games.
Shrewsbury are one of two teams (with Oxford) yet to taste defeat in front of their own fans in League Two this season.
Wimbledon have conceded the joint-most goals in the closing 15 minutes of games this term (nine).
The Wombles are now without a clean sheet in 12 league games since keeping two in a row in August.
Swindon v Bradford
The side playing at home has found the net in each of the last 19 meetings between Swindon and Bradford.
The last six meetings between the Robins and the Bantams have seen a total of five red cards.
The Robins have kept more clean sheets (seven) than any other team in League Two this season.
Bradford are one of two teams yet to win an away league game this campaign.
The three goals Swindon have netted in their last two games have all come in the final 10 minutes.
Torquay v Hereford
Only one of the last 10 meetings between the Gulls and the Bulls has been won by the side playing away from home.
Nine of the 12 goals scored in games between Torquay and Hereford since 1997 have come in the first half.
Torquay have conceded more goals in the opening 15 minutes than any other League Two team this term (six).
The Bulls have won their last three league games, they haven't won four on the bounce since February.
Nathan Elder has opened the scoring in Hereford's last two league games.