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Nic Ladds 24th Nov 2011 - 13:55

League One Opta Facts – 25th November

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League 1 Opta Facts - 25th November

Chesterfield v Sheffield United

Chesterfield have won their last five home games against Sheffield United in all competitions, however the last of these came in 1989.

The only meeting between these outfits since 1989 came in 2007 when the Blades won 3-1 in a first round Carling Cup tie.

Chesterfield have failed to win in nine league games, losing seven and drawing two of these games.

The Spireites have conceded eight goals in their last three home games and have not kept a clean sheet at the b2net stadium since September.

The Blades have lost just one of their last seven games, drawing three and winning three in this period.

Sheffield United's clean sheet against Carlisle last time out ended a run of eight games without a shutout.

Bournemouth v Oldham

Bournemouth have only lost two of 24 home league games against Oldham, in 2007 and 1974.

The last three meetings between these sides have all been won by the home team, with the away side scoring just one and conceding seven in this run.

Bournemouth have won three games in a row and lost just one of their last eight.

At home, however, Bournemouth have lost five of their last seven games, with a win against Scunthorpe last time out at the Fitness First Stadium the only victory in this spell.

Oldham have failed to win in four away games now, drawing their last two 3-3 and losing the two prior to that.

The Latics have conceded 10 goals in their last four league games.

Bury v Preston

Bury have scored exactly one goal in each of their last three games against Preston, losing two 3-1 and drawing the other 1-1.

Preston have netted six goals in the opening 15 minutes of their games this season, more than any other side in the league.

Bury are the only side in the league for whom a defender is yet to score this season.

Preston have drawn just two league games this season, a divisional low.

Bury have won just once in their last six home games, a 2-0 victory over Exeter in October.

Preston have claimed just one point from their last eight games, losing the last three on the bounce and the last four away from home.

Carlisle v Colchester

In the last four meetings between these teams the away side has netted exactly once on each occasion.

In 34 league games between these teams there has only ever been one goalless draw, back in 1994 at Carlisle.

Colchester have lost a league high 14 points from winning situations so far this season, drawing four and losing two of the 11 games they have led in.

Conversely Carlisle have lost a league low two points from winning situations, winning seven of the eight games they have led in (drawing the other).

There have been 15 goals scored in Carlisle's last three home games, eight by Carlisle and seven by the visitors on the day.

Colchester have won just once in their last seven games, drawing four and losing two in this run.

Exeter v Tranmere

Tranmere have lost just one of their last 11 games against Exeter (September 2009), winning eight and drawing two of these matches.

Exeter have managed just one win in their last five home games against Tranmere, losing two and drawing two of these.

Tranmere have lost a league joint high eight points from leading situations away from home this season.

Rovers are winless in three games, the third time this season they have gone as long without a victory.

Exeter are unbeaten in five games, however the last three have all ended level.

The Grecians have failed to score in three of their last five games at St James Park.

Hartlepool v Yeovil

Last season these sides met three times in all competitions with Hartlepool winning all three games, scoring nine goals and conceding three in the process.

Seven different Hartlepool players netted against Yeovil last season, including a hat-trick for Antony Sweeney in the FA Cup tie.

Hartlepool have lost their last four home games in a row, netting just one goal (a penalty) in the process.

Only one of Hartlepool's last 13 games has ended level.

Yeovil are the only side in the league yet to win an away game this season.

The Glovers are winless in 10 games, drawing five and losing five in this run.

MK Dons v Wycombe

None of the last five games between these teams has seen a home victory.

Wycombe have managed just one league win in six efforts over MK Dons however that came in their last encounter at stadium:MK in April 2010.

MK Dons have scored 10 goals in the final 15 minutes of their games so far this season, more than any other side in the league.

That is four more than Wycombe have managed in the entire second half of their matches this season (6).

The Dons are unbeaten at home so far this season, one of just four sides in the league that can boast this record.

Wycombe have claimed just one point from the last 15 on offer, scoring just three goals in this period.

Notts County v Scunthorpe

Notts County have won all eight home games they have played against Scunthorpe in all competitions, conceding just two goals in this run.

The away side has failed to score a goal in the last four league meetings between these teams.

Notts County have not won in five games, prior to that they had won four of their previous five matches.

At home the Magpies are unbeaten in seven games, their only defeat this season coming in their first game at Meadow Lane back in August.

Scunthorpe have failed to score in four of their last six games, however they netted a total of six goals in the other two.

The Iron have conceded exactly two goals in each of their last four games.

Rochdale v Brentford

Brentford have won 18 of their 28 league meetings with Rochdale, losing just four of these matches.

At home Rochdale have failed to win any of their last four games against Brentford, losing three of these.

Rochdale have gained a league joint high six points from losing positions at home so far this season.

The Dale have won just one of their last seven games, however this was last time out against Preston.

Brentford have failed to score in three of their last four games, however they have not conceded more than once in any of their last six.

The Bees have drawn their last three away games in League One, twice coming from behind to do so.

Sheffield Wed v Leyton Orient

Seven of the last eight games between these sides in all competitions have ended in home wins, with the away side netting just one goal in this run and conceding 21.

The Owls last home defeat to Orient came in 1975, winning four and drawing one since that in all competitions.

Sheffield Wednesday have claimed more points at home (22 from 24) than any other side in League One this season.

Sheffield Wednesday have netted 14 headed goals so far his season, more than any other League One side.

Wednesday have gained a league high 11 points from trailing situations so far this season.

Leyton Orient are unbeaten in nine league games however they have drawn four of their last five.

Stevenage v Walsall

Stevenage are the only side in the league that is yet to score in the 15 minutes after half time, meanwhile Walsall have netted a league joint low one goal in the 15 minutes before the half time break.

The Saddlers have conceded just one headed goal so far, a league low figure.

Stevenage are unbeaten in six games, winning four of these.

At home Stevenage have conceded just one goal in their last three fixtures.

Walsall have managed just one win in their last 13 fixtures, losing eight and drawing four of the other games in this run.

On the road Walsall have not won since August, a run that includes three defeats and two draws.

Charlton v Huddersfield

Last season Huddersfield won both games against Charlton with four different players finding the net over the two games.

This will be the 75th league meeting between these teams, Charlton have 32 wins so far with 15 draws and 27 Huddersfield wins rounding off the record.

None of the last 17 games between these teams has ended goalless, with the last stalemate coming in 1983.

Between them these sides have lost just one game this season (Charlton: 0-1 v Stevenage).

Charlton have won five games in a row, scoring 16 goals and conceding just three in the process.

Huddersfield have conceded just two goals in their last four away games, netting 11 in this impressive run.

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