League One Opta Facts - 16th - 17th Jan
Preston v Leyton Orient
Preston are unbeaten in four league games against Orient (W2 D2), conceding just one goal in that time.
The O's have lost just once in their last five trips to Deepdale (W2 D2 L1).
Joe Garner scored both of Preston's goals against Leyton Orient last season.
Leyton Orient have been shown a league-high 52 yellow cards and a joint-high four red cards this season.
Preston have kept 11 clean sheets this season, a joint-league high with MK Dons, though only four of these have come at Deepdale.
Colchester v Walsall
Colchester are unbeaten in five home games against the Saddlers (W4 D1).
Walsall have scored just one goal in their last four games against Colchester.
Freddie Sears has had the most attempts on goal (75) and shots on target (46) in League One this season.
Walsall are the least accurate shooters in League One (35.9%).
Colchester have rattled the woodwork more than any other League One side (13).
Doncaster v Barnsley
Doncaster have scored exactly two goals in each of their last two home meetings with Barnsley (W1 D1).
Barnsley have not beaten Doncaster in four attempts, with the last three meetings ending in a draw (L1).
Doncaster have gained the most points from behind this season in League One (13) while Barnsley have lost the most from leading positions (18).
Leroy Lita has scored five times in eight previous league appearances against Doncaster.
The Tykes have lost four of their last five away games (W1).
Fleetwood v Oldham
The Cod Army have conceded in each of their last four home games.
Oldham's 1-0 victory against Fleetwood in September was the first ever meeting between these sides.
Fleetwood have conceded six penalties this season in League One, but won only one themselves.
No player has won more penalties than Oldham's Danny Philliskirk (4).
The last nine goals conceded by the Latics have come in the second half of games.
Gillingham v Coventry
There has been a total of 17 goals in the last three games between these sides at Priestfield - (Gillingham 9, Coventry 8).
There were four successful spot-kicks in this exact fixture last season (two apiece) as Gillingham ran out 4-2 winners.
Doug Loft scored in both of his league games against Coventry last season for Port Vale, but is yet to score for the Gills in the league.
Coventry have scored just twice from outside the box this season, a joint-league low.
Gillingham haven't keep a clean sheet in the league since September, a run of 16 games.
MK Dons v Sheffield United
MK Dons have won four of their previous seven league meetings with the Blades, all by a 1-0 scoreline (D1 L2).
Sheffield United have never conceded more than one goal in a league match against MK Dons (five in total).
No side has ever won this fixture by more than a one-goal margin (all competitions).
MK Dons have had more attempts on goal than any other side (293).
Michael Higdon scored a brace in the last five minutes for the Blades against MK Dons in the Capital One Cup in October to see them through to the next round.
Kyle McFadzean has conceded more penalties than any other player this season (3).
Notts County v Crewe
The Magpies have scored in each of their last nine meetings with Crewe, including 10 in the last three.
Crewe have won none of their last four visits to Meadow Lane (D2 L2).
Notts County picked up 29 points in their first 16 games. Since then, they've collected just two in seven.
Crewe loanee Nicky Ajose's only career league hat-trick came against Notts County last season.
The Magpies have failed to score in four of their last five league games.
Port Vale v Peterborough
Vale have won just one of their last six meetings with Peterborough (D1 L4), scoring just three goals in the process.
The Posh won this exact fixture 1-0 last season - their first clean sheet at Vale Park in 11 attempts.
Port Vale have conceded seven times in the opening 15 minutes this season, a joint-league high figure.
The Posh have scored 12 times from outside the box this campaign, more than any other side in the division.
Peterborough have won just one of their last 11 league games (D2 L8).
Rochdale v Crawley
Rochdale's 4-0 win at Crawley in September was the first ever meeting between the sides.
Crawley have not won away in the league since the opening day of the season, losing six and drawing four since then.
Peter Vincenti has scored three times in three league games against Crawley, including a brace in September.
Crawley are winless in ten league games, last winning in October. However, seven of those games have ended all square.
The Red Devils have the worst away record in League One, winning just seven points (W1 D4 L6).
Scunthorpe v Bristol City
Scunthorpe have failed to score in three of their last five home meetings with Bristol City.
The Robins have won each of the last three meetings with Scunthorpe by a 2-0 scoreline.
Scunthorpe are unbeaten in seven league games, the best current run in League One (W5 D2).
Bristol City have won five of their last six league games (L1).
The Iron have collected 17 points from their last seven matches - they had 12 from their first 15 and were bottom of the table.
Swindon v Chesterfield
Swindon are unbeaten in eight home league games against Chesterfield (W6 D2), conceding just four goals in that time and never more than once in a game.
The Spireites have not kept a clean sheet in any of their last 10 league trips to Swindon.
Andy Williams has scored eight times in his last six games for Swindon.
Indeed, this is Williams' most prolific league campaign, having found the net 17 times for the Robins.
Eoin Doyle's goal against Port Vale was the first time he has scored in back-to-back games since October for Chesterfield (in all comps).
Yeovil v Bradford
The home side has never won this fixture in five previous meetings between the two, with two draws and three away wins.
Bradford have scored only three goals in these five games and never more than once in a match.
Yeovil have collected the fewest points at home in League One this season (7).
Bradford have lost just twice on the road this season, a joint-league low (W6 D3).
The Glovers have lost each of their last five at home and have gone 506 minutes without scoring at Huish Park in League One.