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Simon Gott 20th Nov 2013 - 18:03

League One Opta Facts | 23rd November

Coventry v Tranmere

  • Coventry City have only scored one goal in their last three league games against Tranmere Rovers.
  • Tranmere have lost four consecutive away games in league competition at Coventry City; scoring just once in the process.
  • Coventry have fired in 191 shots in the league this season; the most of all sides, while Tranmere have mustered just 117; a League One-low.
  • Ryan Lowe has scored four goals in his last six league games.
  • The Sky Blues have won their last three home league games, scoring exactly three times in each one.


Bristol City v Sheff Utd

  • Bristol City have managed just one win in their last seven league matches against The Blades (D1 L5).
  • The Sheffield side have claimed just one win in the last seven visits to Bristol City in the league (D1 L5).
  • The Blades have scored with just 9% of their shots this season; they have the lowest shot conversion rate in League One.
  • No League One player has scored more headed goals this season than Sheffield United's Harry Maguire (three), despite the fact that the centre-back has only managed six shots on target overall.
  • Jay Emmanuel-Thomas has either scored or assisted 63% of Bristol City's league goals this season; the highest proportion in League One.


Crawley v Walsall

  • Crawley have never lost to Walsall; they also never won (D2).
  • Walsall scored two injury-time goals the last time these sides met, which meant they claimed a dramatic 2-2 draw.
  • Crawley's Nicky Adams has had more shots without scoring than any other player in League One this season (33, 15 on target).
  • Dean Smith's side have not conceded a first-half goal in any of their last five league games, and have only let in seven in 16 before the break all campaign.
  • The Red Devils have lost their last two home league games without even troubling the scorers.


Crewe v Port Vale

  • The Railwaymen have scored in each of their last six matches against Port Vale.
  • Port Vale have gone six league games without keeping a clean sheet against Crewe (W2 D2 L2).
  • Alexandra have conceded five penalties this season, a league-high with Oldham, while Port Vale are one of only two sides (with Walsall) yet to concede one.
  • Port Vale are the only League One team yet to draw an away game this season.
  • In their last eight league games, Crewe have either kept a clean sheet (three times) or conceded three or more goals (five times).


Gillingham v Oldham

  • The Gills have won just one of their last four home games to Oldham; scoring once in the process (D1 L2).
  • The Latics have won six of the last eight league meetings with Gillingham (D1 L1).
  • After a run of three consecutive draws in August, Gillingham have gone 11 games without seeing one end level (five wins, six defeats).
  • Danny Kedwell has scored in each of his last five league appearances for the Gills.
  • The Latics have only kept one clean sheet in League One all season.


MK Dons v Bradford

  • MK Dons have played the Bantams six times previously in league competition but have never kept a clean sheet against them.
  • Bradford City have lost their last three league meetings with MK Dons.
  • The Dons have won four of their last five league games at Stadium mk.
  • The Bantams are without a win in six league games (D3 L3).
  • Karl Robinson's side have not kept consecutive clean sheets since the first two games of the campaign.


Peterborough v Stevenage

  • This will be the first time Peterborough have entertained Stevenage in any competition.
  • Stevenage lost in the League Cup 4-3 to the Posh in the only previous fixture played out by these sides.
  • Posh have been awarded six penalties this season; at least two more than any other League One side.
  • Stevenage have lost four of their last five away league games, winning the other 3-0 at Crewe.
  • Peterborough have only scored nine goals in eight league games at London Road this term, but have won five and drawn one of those encounters.


Preston v Colchester

  • Preston North End are currently without a win in seven league games against The U's (D1 L6).
  • Colchester have kept three consecutive clean sheets against Preston.
  • Despite winning their last three on the road, Preston are without a win in three league games at Deepdale (D2 L1).
  • Colchester have only failed to score twice in 16 league games this season, but are yet to score more than twice in a single game.
  • The U's are without a win in seven away league games (D5 L2).


Rotherham v Carlisle

  • The Millers have lost just once in seven matches (all competitions) to Carlisle United (W4 D2).
  • The Cumbrians have recorded only one clean sheet in their last 11 visits to Rotherham United in the league.
  • Rotherham are without a win in four home league games (D2 L2) and have not kept a clean sheet on home soil since August 10.
  • Liam Noble has scored in three of Carlisle's last four league games.
  • Carlisle are without a win in four league games (D2 L2).


Shrewsbury v Notts County

  • Shrewsbury Town have registered just one win in eight against the Magpies (D4 L3).
  • Notts County have claimed one win in seven visits to Shrewsbury Town (D3 L3).
  • Shrewsbury have been shown just 10 yellow cards this season, a league-low, but only two sides have been shown more reds than the Shropshire side (two).
  • The Magpies have claimed just one point from eight away games this term (D1 L7).
  • Overall, County have lost five of their last six league games (W1).


Swindon v Leyton Orient

  • Swindon Town have conceded in each of the last 10 league games at home to Leyton Orient.
  • The O's have won only twice against Swindon in their last 15 league trips to The County Ground (D5 L8).
  • Leyton Orient have the best shot conversion rate in League One this season, converting 22% of their shots into goals.
  • Swindon have the best home record in League One this season, taking 19 points from eight games at the County Ground, scoring 20 and conceding nine.
  • Leyton Orient's 1-0 defeat at home to Preston last time out was only their second defeat of the season and was the first time they had failed to score.


Wolves v Brentford

  • Wolves have never failed to score against the Bees at home in league competition.
  • Brentford have won three of the last four matches to have taken place at Wolves.
  • Wolves have won more corners than any other side in League One this term (115).
  • Clayton Donaldson has scored seven goals in his last 10 league games.

Bakary Sako has made six assists this season; a joint-league-high.



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