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Eden Jon 17th Feb 2014 - 14:13

League One Opta Facts –18-19 February


Bradford v Port Vale

  • The Bantams are without a home win in 10 games at home in the league, the longest current run (D7 L3).
  • Port Vale are unbeaten in their last five league games away at Bradford City, conceding just one goal over that period (W3 D2).
  • Gary Jones has been involved in four of Bradford's last five goals in League One, scoring three and assisting another.
  • Port Vale have lost four of their last five league games away from home (D1) and have failed to score in three of those games.
  • Bradford City are without a league win 13 attempts, their worst run since November 2000 in the Premier League.
  • Doug Loft has scored three times in his last three games for Port Vale, but all of these strikes came at home.

Coventry v Carlisle

  • The Sky Blues have managed just one win in their last four attempts against Carlisle United in the league (D1 L2).
  • The Cumbrians have lost four of their last five away at Coventry City in league competition (W1).
  • Coventry have conceded in each of their last 14 league fixtures, the joint-longest run of any League One side this campaign.
  • Carlisle are winless in seven league games on the road, the longest current run in the division (D1 L6).
  • The Sky Blues have drawn three of their last four home games, winning the other and seeing a total of 16 goals scored in these matches.
  • Carlisle United have led in just four away games this season; fewer than any other League One side.

Crawley v Tranmere

  • Crawley Town have never beaten Tranmere Rovers in the Football League (D1 L2).
  • Tranmere Rovers have scored 10 goals over their previous three league meetings with Crawley Town.
  • Crawley have won just one of their previous seven league games at home (D3 L3).
  • Crawley have played just twice in League One in 2014, drawing both games 2-2 away from home.
  • 62% of Crawley's goals this season have been scored after half-time, a league-high proportion.
  • Tranmere Rovers have let in 11 goals in the opening 15 minutes of fixtures this season, more than any other side.

Leyton Orient v Stevenage

  • The O's have lost four of their last seven home league games (W2 D1).
  • Stevenage have only registered one win in five league matches against Leyton Orient (D1 L3).
  • Leyton Orient have accrued 21 points from losing positions in League One this season, more than any other side has managed.
  • Only Notts County (65) have been shown more yellow cards than Stevenage this season (59).
  • Orient have scored in all but one of their 31 league fixtures this season, finding the net in each of their last 15 games - the longest such run in League One this term.
  • Stevenage have lost five of their last six League One games away from home, drawing the other.

MK Dons v Preston

  • MK Dons have never tasted victory against Preston North End (D4 L1).
  • Preston North End have only lost one of their last 10 league games on the road (W7 D2).
  • After losing three consecutive games without scoring, the Dons have won their last two in a row.
  • Joe Garner has found the net four times in his last three league appearances for Preston.
  • MK Dons have converted six penalties this season, a League One high with Peterborough.
  • Preston have let in just five goals in the 15 minutes either side of half-time this season, a League One low.

Gillingham v Sheff Utd

  • The Gills have lost just one of their last seven league games at Priestfield Stadium in league competition (W4 D2).
  • The Blades have only lost one of their last nine league league meetings with Gillingham (D5 W3).
  • Gillingham's last three league wins have been followed directly by a loss - they won their last league game versus Carlisle on February 8th.
  • Sheffield United have recouped just three points from behind in League One this season, the lowest tally of any side, with none of those coming away from home.
  • Cody McDonald has found the net in each of his last four appearances for Gillingham.
  • The Blades have the worst away record in League One, collecting just six points so far this season in 14 games on the road (W1 D3 L10).



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