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Simon Gott 13th Nov 2013 - 17:12

League One Opta Facts – 16-18 November


Brentford v Crewe

  • The Bees scored seven goals over the two league games played against Crewe last season; an average of 3.5 goals per game.
  • The Railwaymen have won three of their last four matches away at Griffin Park (L1).
  • 40% of Brentford's goals have come in the final 15 minutes of League One fixtures this season (8 of 20). No-one has scored a higher proportion in the final 15 minutes.
  • Crewe are the only League One side yet to pick up a point from behind this season.
  • Crewe have won just one of their last 11 away league games (D2 L8).


Carlisle v Crawley

  • The Cumbrians have managed just one win in their last four matches (including non-Football League) against Crawley (D1 L2).
  • Crawley Town have never lost to Carlisle in the Football League (W1 D1).
  • Carlisle have conceded eight times from outside the area this season, while Crawley are one of three teams yet to concede in this manner.
  • Carlisle have won just one of the six home games they have fallen behind in this season in League One (D1 L4).
  • Crawley have won only one of their last eight League One games on the road (D3 L4).


Colchester v Swindon

  • The Essex side have won four of their last five home matches in league competition against Swindon Town (L1).
  • The Robins have managed just one clean sheet in their last nine league meetings with Colchester United.
  • No League One team has lost more points from winning positions than Colchester this season (15).
  • 19 of Swindon's 29 league goals have come from midfielders this season (66%).
  • Macauley Bonne has scored in both of his home appearances for the U's since making his debut (all comps).
  • Swindon have lost six of their nine away matches in all competitions this season.


Leyton Orient v Preston

  • The O's have kept three consecutive clean sheets against Preston North End.
  • Preston have only recorded two wins in their last 16 league visits to The Matchroom Stadium (D4 L10).
  • Leyton Orient are the only League One club yet to taste defeat at home this season (W6 D1).
  • PNE are just one of two League One sides yet to score from outside the area this season (the other being Gillingham).
  • Preston have scored a league-high eight headed goals this season, one more than Leyton Orient (7).


Notts County v Wolves

  • The Magpies are currently without a win in five home league games against Wolves (D4 L1).
  • Wolves have only lost once in 11 league games with Notts County (D6 L4).
  • Notts County have let in four goals from direct free-kicks in this campaign; more than any other team.
  • Kenny Jackett's team have let in just two goals in the first half this season; fewer than any other League One side.
  • Bakary Sako has scored in three of his five league games away from Molineux this season.


Port Vale v Shrewsbury

  • Port Vale have only won three times in their last 14 against Shrewsbury Town in league competition (D5 L6).
  • Shrewsbury have lost only once in their last seven league games away at Port Vale (W3 D3).
  • Five of Tom Pope's seven goals this season have come at Vale Park (in all competitions).
  • 93% of Town's goals this season have come from inside the area (14/15); just one has been outside.
  • Shrewsbury haven't won any of their last 11 away league games (D6 L5).


Sheff Utd v Gillingham

  • The Blades are unbeaten in eight league matches against Gillingham (W3 D5).
  • The Gills have conceded just two goals in their last four league visits to Bramall Lane.
  • United have conceded eight goals from outside the area this season, while Gillingham are one of four sides to score just once from outside the box.
  • All 18 of Gillingham's goal have come from Englishmen in League One this season.
  • The Blades have failed to keep a clean sheet in their last seven league games at Bramall Lane, conceding a solitary goal on each occasion.


Stevenage v Rotherham

  • Stevenage won the only ever meeting between these sides at The Lamex Stadium (3-0, January 2011).
  • The Millers head into this fixture having won the last match involving these teams; 3-2 in November 2012 in an FA Cup tie with Lee Frecklington bagging a brace.
  • Stevenage are the only League One side who haven't scored via a defender this season.
  • Rotherham have gained 12 points from losing positions in League One; a division high.
  • After failing to win any of their previous seven home league games, Stevenage have won their last two, conceding just once.


Tranmere v Bristol City

  • Tranmere Rovers have lost two of their last three home matches against Bristol City; scoring just one goal in the process (W1).
  • The Robins have won five of their last six against Tranmere.
  • Tranmere have scored just five times in the first half this seasonl; fewer than any other League One side.
  • Jay Emmanuel-Thomas has found the net seven times in his last four games (in all competitions).
  • Bristol City are the only League One team who haven't conceded in the first 15 minutes this season, but have allowed the most between the 16th and 30th minutes (8).


Bradford v Coventry

  • The Bantams have kept three consecutive clean sheets against Coventry City.
  • Coventry have travelled to Bradford City 11 times previously in league competition; winning only once (W7 D3).
  • Bradford have let in just five goals in the second half this season, the fewest of any team, while Coventry have shipped 16, the joint-most.
  • The Sky Blues have netted 16 times in the first half this season - more than any other League One side.
  • Just three of Callum Wilson's 11 league goals this season for Coventry have come away from home.


Walsall v Peterborough

  • Walsall have lost four successive matches to The Posh heading into this game.
  • Peterborough have failed to keep a clean sheet in their last seven league visits to Walsall.
  • The Saddlers are one of four teams yet to concede a penalty this season.
  • The Posh have scored five times from the penalty spot this season, missing just one of their awarded spot kicks.
  • Peterborough have kept a league-high eight clean sheets in League One this season.


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