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Stuart Dalgleish 29th Jan 2014 - 21:58

League One Opta Facts | 1 February


Bristol City v Carlisle

  • Bristol City have won five consecutive league games against Carlisle, scoring 12 and keeping three clean sheets.
  • Carlisle have failed to score in three of the last four league meetings with Bristol City at Ashton Gate (D1 L3).
  • Bristol City have lost just once when they have taken the lead in League One this season, winning four and drawing six.
  • Carlisle are without an away win in their last six, losing five (D1).
  • United's clean sheet against MK Dons on Tuesday night was their first in 10 league matches.



Coventry v Walsall

  • Coventry have gone five home games unbeaten against Walsall in league competition (W3 D2).
  • Walsall have conceded 12 goals in their last four league games against Coventry, an average of three goals per game.
  • 28 of Coventry's 55 league goals this season have been scored in the final 15 minutes of both halves (12 between 31-45 and 16 from 76-90).
  • Walsall have allowed their opponents to score just one goal in the opening 15 minutes of matches this season; a divisional low.
  • Coventry City are without a clean sheet in their last 12 in the league, shipping 25 goals in that run.



Crawley v Stevenage

  • Crawley have failed to keep a clean sheet against Stevenage in the three previous meetings in the third tier of English football.
  • Stevenage won the reverse fixture earlier this season (2-0), courtesy of goals from Peter Hartley and Michael Doughty.
  • Crawley have scored just 11 first-half goals this season, fewer than any other team in the division.
  • Stevenage's last three games have produced just four goals in total.
  • The Red Devils have won two and lost just one of their last six in League One (D3).



Crewe v Sheff Utd

  • Crewe have picked up just one victory in their last 11 games against Sheffield United in league competition (D3 L7).
  • In their last five league games against Crewe, Sheffield United have alternated between scoring exactly three goals and no goals.
  • The Blades' 26 league matches this season have produced just 61 goals in total; 2.35 per game.
  • Crewe have dropped a league-high 12 points from winning positions at home this season. They are also yet to claim a point after falling behind at Valley Parade.
  • Sheffield United are unbeaten in five league games at home (W2 D3) but without a win away from home in four (D2 L2).



Gillingham v Port Vale

  • The Gills have netted in each of their last eight home league games against Port Vale (W5 D1 L2).
  • Port Vale have won three of the last four league meetings against Gillingham (L1).
  • Only Preston (12) have netted more headed goals than Gillingham (11) so far this season.
  • The Vale have lost four of their last six on the road in League One (W2), including the last three in a row.
  • Port Vale's Carl Dickinson has been shown nine yellow cards this season in League One; having committed just 18 fouls.



MK Dons v Tranmere

  • MK Dons have won their last five home games against Tranmere in league competition, keeping five clean sheets in the process.
  • Tranmere ended a run of five consecutive league defeats to MK Dons with a 3-2 win in the reverse fixture earlier this season.
  • The Dons have scored 13 times from outside the area this season; more than any other team.
  • Rovers have conceded 10 goals inside the first 15 minutes of their league matches this season; a joint-high with Stevenage.
  • Tranmere have attempted fewer shots (201) than any other team in League One this season.



Peterborough v Colchester

  • Peterborough have gone three league games without a win against Colchester, losing two and drawing the other.
  • Colchester have netted in each of their last eight league visits to Peterborough (W3 D1 L4).
  • Peterborough have scored 11 goals in their last three games, winning two (L1). They conceded eight in those three matches.
  • Colchester are unbeaten in their last three matches on the road, winning twice (D1) and keeping two clean sheets.
  • No-one has seen more players sent-off this season in League One than Peterborough (7; level with Tranmere).



Preston v Notts County

  • Preston are unbeaten in their last five at home to Notts County in league competition, winning three (D2).
  • Notts County have failed to score in four of the last five matches against Preston at Deepdale.
  • The Lilywhites have been involved in more 0-0 draws this season than any other League One side (3).
  • Based on league results since Shaun Derry was appointed manager (November 6th), Notts County would be 10th in the table.
  • Preston have won just two of their last seven at home in League One (D4 L1).



Rotherham v Leyton Orient

  • After winning four consecutive home league matches against the O's between 1994 and 1999, the Millers have failed to win their last two (D1 L1).
  • Leyton Orient have scored in eight of the last nine league meetings with Rotherham, but have won just two (D2 L5).
  • Only Wolves (9) have scored more goals in the opening 15 minutes of League One matches this season than Rotherham United (8).
  • No-one has picked up more points from their last six games than Leyton Orient (16 points; level with Brentford).
  • Orient have scored in 26 of their 27 league matches this season. Preston North End are the only team to have stopped the O's from scoring.



Shrewsbury v Brentford

  • Shrewsbury have gone eight league games without a win against Brentford, losing three (D5).
  • Brentford have kept a clean sheet in each of their last three league games against Shrewsbury.
  • The Shrews have lost their last six at home in the league, scoring just one and conceding 10.
  • Brentford are unbeaten in 17 league matches (W15 D2); the longest current run in the top four tiers of English football.



Swindon v Oldham

  • There have been 20 goals scored in the last six league meetings between these two sides at the County Ground, an average of 3.3 goals per game.
  • Oldham have won three of their last five league games against Swindon (D1 L1), with just one of those wins arriving at Swindon.
  • Oldham have lost four and won two of their last six in League One.
  • Swindon have won each of their last four at home, conceding one goal in each match.
  • The Latics have conceded exactly one goal in each of their last six away games in the league.



Wolves v Bradford

  • Wolves have netted in each of the last seven home games against Bradford in league competition, winning four (D1 L2).
  • There have been 15 goals scored in the last four league meetings between these two sides at Molineux, an average of 3.75 goals per game.
  • Only Brentford (W12 D1 L2, 37 points) have a better home record in League One this season than Wolves (W10 D3 L2, 33 points).
  • The Bantams have drawn each of their last three matches, and have been involved in more draws than any other team in the Football League or Premier League (13).
  • Bradford are without a win in their last 10 League One matches (D7 L3).

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