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Jonathan Cordingley 24th Mar 2014 - 21:56

League One Opta Facts | 25-26 March

Bradford v Walsall

  • Bradford have gone five games unbeaten against Walsall in league competition, winning twice (D3).
  • Walsall have failed to keep a clean sheet in each of their last eight league trips to Bradford City.
  • The Bantams have dropped 14 points when leading at home this season, a League One-high.
  • The Saddlers' last three league games have all ended in a 1-1 scoreline.
  • Walsall have gone 10 league fixtures without a win, the longest current wait in League One (D5 L5).

Bristol City v Port Vale

  • Bristol City have lost just once in their last 11 home league fixtures against Port Vale, winning six (D4).
  • Port Vale have gone six games without a win against Bristol City in league competition, losing five (D1).
  • The Robins have gone five games without defeat in League One (W3 D2). Only Rotherham are on a longer unbeaten run than them (13 games).
  • Port Vale haven't won any of their previous eight away games in the league, the longest current run by a club (D2 L6).
  • Only three of Tom Pope's 11 league goals this season have been scored away from home.

Carlisle v Shrewsbury

  • Carlisle have gone five matches without a win against Shrewsbury in league competition, drawing three (L2).
  • Shrewsbury have scored exactly two goals in each of their seven league games against the Cumbrians.
  • Only 12 of Carlisle's goals this season have come from strikers, the lowest tally of all League One sides.
  • Shrewsbury have failed to score in their last three away games, their longest drought of the season away from home.
  • Town have mustered just 36 goals this season in League One, fewer than any other side.

Crawley v Sheff Utd

  • Crawley lost their only previous league match at home to Sheffield United (0-2), as right-back Tony McMahon bagged a brace for the Blades.
  • Sheffield United have gone four away games unbeaten in league competition, winning three (D1).
  • The Blades have also gone 480 minutes (inc. extra time) without conceding away from home (in all competitions).
  • Matt Tubbs has found the net three times in his last four home games for Crawley.
  • Sheffield United are the only League One side yet to claim a point away from home when trailing.

Crewe v Notts County

  • Crewe have lost each of their last three home league games against the Magpies, failing to score on two occasions.
  • Notts County have gone seven games unbeaten against Crewe in league competition, winning five (D2).
  • The Railwaymen have scored in their last 10 home games, a run only bettered by Tranmere Rovers (12).
  • The Magpies have lost their last five away fixtures in League One, conceding 17 goals in the process.
  • Chuks Aneke has scored five times in his last four league appearances, but all of those goals have been scored in away games.

Leyton Orient v Oldham

  • Leyton Orient have failed to score more than a single goal in each of their last nine league encounters with the Latics, winning twice (D3 L4).
  • Oldham have won just one of their last nine away league games, losing four (D4).
  • Orient have scored 42 second half goals this season, as many as Oldham have managed in total.
  • Only MK Dons (55.7%) have a better average possession figure this season than the Latics (54.6%).
  • The O's have claimed 22 points from behind this campaign, more than any other side.

MK Dons v Gillingham

  • MK Dons only previous home league victory over Gillingham came back in October 2009 (2-0).
  • Gillingham have kept just one clean sheet on the road this season in league competition.
  • MK Dons have failed to score in each of their last three home league games; they've never gone four games without a goal on home turf.
  • Only Swindon have a lower average possession rate (42.4%) than the Gills this season.
  • 64% of Gillingham's goals this season have been scored in the second half, a League One high proportion.

Preston v Peterborough

  • Preston have gone seven league games unbeaten on home soil, winning three (D4).
  • Peterborough have won three of their last five league encounters with Preston, scoring two or more goals in each victory (L2).
  • PNE have gone seven league games without a loss at Deepdale (W3 D4).
  • Five of Britt Assombalonga's last six goals for Peterborough have come in away matches (in all competitions).
  • Only Leicester (13) have won more penalties than the Posh (10) this season in England's top four tiers.

Rotherham v Brentford

  • Rotherham have kept three consecutive clean sheets against Brentford in the league, though they've failed to score in two of those matches.
  • Brentford have only won one of their last eight league games against the Millers, drawing four and losing three.
  • Brentford have gone 11 away games unbeaten in league competition, winning seven (D4).
  • The Millers are unbeaten in 13 league games; the longest current run in the division (W9 D4).
  • The Bees have won each of their last four games in League One, conceding just one goal in the process.
  • Clayton Donaldson has scored in three of his last four league games for Brentford, but all of those strikes have come at Griffin Park.

Tranmere v Swindon

  • Tranmere have lost each of their last three at home to Swindon in league competition, conceding nine.
  • Swindon have won six of their last seven league encounters against Tranmere, drawing the other.
  • Tranmere have failed to score in just four of their 18 home games this season, finding the net in each of their last 12 league fixtures at Prenton Park.
  • Swindon's last three league goals have all been scored by Michael Smith.
  • Jason Koumas has scored in back-to-back league games for the first time since December 2006. He last scored in three consecutive matches in October 2005.

Wolves v Colchester

  • Wolves have won all four home league games against Colchester, keeping a clean sheet in each match.
  • Colchester have failed to score in seven of their previous nine league matches against Wolves.
  • Wolves are unbeaten in eight league games at Molineux (W6 D2) and haven't conceded in their last four at home.
  • Colchester have scored just once in their last four away games (D1 L3).
  • Wolves have conceded just 23 goals this season, as many have Colchester have let in in the first half alone.

Coventry v Stevenage

  • Coventry have won their last two league games against Stevenage scoring four and keeping one clean sheet.
  • Stevenage are unbeaten in their last three away league games, drawing twice (W1).
  • Callum Wilson is looking to score in his sixth consecutive league game for the Sky Blues.
  • Boro have scored fewer second half goals than any other side in League One (16).
  • Only Wolves (210) have fired more shots on target than Coventry this season (204).

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