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Simon Gott 17th Jan 2013 - 15:31

League One Opta Facts 19 January 2013

 

Brentford v Tranmere Rovers

  • Only their opponents Tranmere Rovers (28) have picked up more points at home this season than Brentford (12); although the Bees have played two fewer games at home compared to Rovers.
  • 24% of goals conceded by Tranmere occur in the first 15 minutes of matches (6 of 25).
  • Tranmere haven't received a red card in the league this season. They are one of three teams yet to do so.
  • 34% of Brentford's goals scored occur in the last 15 minutes (13 of 38).
  • Tranmere have clawed back 14 points from losing positions this season; the most in League One.

 

Bury v Stevenage

  • The two sides have only met five times before, with Stevenage only losing one of those games (W2 D2).
  • The five games between Bury and Stevenage have produced 19 goals; averaging 3.8 goals per game.
  • There has never been a red card in a match between Bury and Stevenage.
  • Bury have hit the woodwork just once this season; fewer than any other team.
  • Stevenage have had the fewest shots on goal (185) in League One this season.

 

Coventry City v Oldham Athletic

  • Coventry have conceded 31% of goals in the final 15 minutes of games (11 of 35).
  • Oldham have had the most headed attempts on goal in the league with 65.
  • Coventry haven't received a red card this season in the league, whereas Oldham have the joint most with 5.
  • Coventry have conceded six goals from penalties this season, the highest in the division.

 

Crawley Town v Carlisle United

  • Crawley have won just one of their last six home league games, losing two.
  • 29% of Carlisle's goals have been scored by defenders this season; the highest proportion in League One.
  • 56% of Crawley's goals (20) have been scored by midfielders, twice the amount scored by their forwards (10).
  • Crawley have kept just one clean sheet in six home games in League One.

 

Crewe Alexandra v MK Dons

  • MK Dons are unbeaten in three league games against Crewe, winning one and drawing the other two.
  • On average three goals have been scored per game in this fixture (in all competitions).
  • Crewe have only received 20 yellow cards and one red this season; the division's best disciplinary record.
  • 94% (32 of 34) of the goals that Crewe Alexandra have conceded in League One this season have been scored inside their own area.
  • 54% of the goals MK Dons have conceded this season (14 of 26) have been in the first half; although only two have been allowed in the first 15 minutes of matches.

 

Doncaster v Leyton Orient

  • No players has laid on more goals this season than Doncaster winger David Cotterill (8).
  • Cotterill has also scored five in his last 10 league games and bagged a goal in the 2-0 win over Leyton Orient earlier this season.
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  • Doncaster have won eight and lost just one of their last 11 league games.
  • Orient have won six of their last nine (D1 L2), although both defeats have come in the last four fixtures.
  • Leyton Orient have conceded 65% of their goals in the second half this season (20 of 31).

 

Hartlepool United v Colchester United

  • Bottom of the table Hartlepool have the worst home record in the division having only won once at Victoria Park (W1 D3 L8).
  • Hartlepool have only kept two clean sheets all season, a low for League One.
  • Both Hartlepool (19) and Colchester (25) are the lowest scorers in League One this season.
  • Colchester having lost each of their last nine in the league.

 

Notts County v Sheffield United

  • Notts County are without a win in four (L2 D2) in the league.
  • Sheffield United have won six games on the road this season; the same number that they've won at Bramall Lane.
  • County have conceded 31% of their goals this season in the final 15 minutes of games. Sheffield United have scored 26% of their goals in the same period.
  • A Notts County defender is yet to find the back of the net this season in League One. They are the only team that hasn't had a defender register.

 

Scunthorpe United v Portsmouth

  • No team have been show more red cards this season than Scunthorpe (5) in League One.
  • Portsmouth have hit the woodwork 12 times this season, more often than any other side in the division.
  • Scunthorpe keeper Sam Slocombe has saved two penalties this season. No-one has saved more.
  • Portsmouth haven't won any of their last 13 league games (D3 L10). Their last win was against Scunthorpe back in October (3-1).
  • The Iron are without a win in four attempts against Portsmouth (D1 L3).

 

Swindon v Shrewsbury

  • Swindon have kept 13 clean sheets so far this season. No side in League One have more.
  • Paolo Di Canio's men are the only team in the division yet to concede a penalty this season.
  • Swindon concede 26% of their goals in the opening 15 minutes of league matches (5 of 19).
  • 55% of Shrewsbury's goals (17 of 31) have come from midfield. Only Crawley's midfield have contributed a higher percentage for their team.
  • Swindon players have failed to convert any of the three penalties they have been given this season.

 

Walsall v Bournemouth

  • Walsall have had the most shots on goal in the league with 282. Bournemouth are second with 280.
  • Bournemouth have won six out of their last 10 in the league and are unbeaten in 15.
  • In their last 10 meetings with Walsall, Bournemouth have only lost three times (W5 D2); although two of the defeats have come in the last three games (D1).
  • Bournemouth have won three out of their last four at the Bescot Stadium (D1).

 

Yeovil v Preston

  • Yeovil's Paddy Madden has score four braces this season. No-one in the league has more.
  • Preston have committed the most fouls (369) in League One this season.
  • Preston have won only once in their last 10 games (D5 L4).
  • These clubs have met four times in all competitions over the last two seasons. There have been 18 goals scored in total, averaging at 4.5 per game.

 

 
 
 

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