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Simon Gott 31st Oct 2013 - 15:49

League One Opta Facts – 2nd November

Bristol City V Oldham


The Robins are without a home win this season, having lost three (D3).
The Latics have failed to score in three of their last six league games against the Robins, winning once (D2 L3).
Jay Emmanuel-Thomas has netted eight goals in 13 league games this season; more than any other midfielder in League One.
Oldham have conceded four goals from the penalty spot this term; a joint-league-high alongside Rotherham and the MK Dons.
The Robins have scored 75% of their goals in the second half; a league-high proportion.

Coventry V Notts County


Leon Clarke has scored four goals in his last five league games for the Sky Blues.
The Magpies are yet to record an away victory this season, losing six (D1).
Coventry have scored six times in the opening fifteen minutes of games this season; more than any other side.
Indeed, the Sky Blues have struck 16 times in the first half; a league-high.
Notts County have netted seven headed goals so far this term; a joint-high with Leyton Orient and Preston.
Callum McGregor has scored five goals in his last six for the Magpies.

Crawley V Brentford


Nicky Adams scored twice in two league games against the Bees last season, however, he is yet to get off the mark in the league this term.
Brentford have won all three of the previous meetings between the two sides (all comps), scoring five in the process.
Crawley have yet to concede a goal from outside the box this season.
Clayton Donaldson has scored five goals in his last eight league appearances for the Bees.
Brentford have afforded the opposition 97 shots this season, fewer than any other League One team.

Crewe V Bradford


The Railwaymen have won three of their last four league games against the Bantams (L1), netting eight goals in that run.
The Bantams are without a win in four, losing three (D1).
Crewe are the only side in League One yet to salvage any points from trailing positions this campaign.
Bradford have scored six times in the opening fifteen minutes of the second half; a joint-league-high with Bristol City.
The Bantams are yet to concede in the final fifteen minutes of matches in the 2013/14 campaign.

Gillingham V Carlisle


Gills frontman Danny Kedwell has netted five goals in his last five games.
Carlisle are unbeaten in their last five league encounters with the Gills, winning three (D2).
The Gills have been vulnerable in the air this season, conceding seven headed goals; a league-high.
Only Crewe (12) have scored fewer goals than Carlisle (13) this season.
The Gills have conceded 58% of their goals in the second half.

MK Dons V Walsall


MK Dons have lost their last three league matches against the Saddlers, with two of those defeats coming at home.
The Saddlers are unbeaten in their last five on the road, winning three (D2).
Patrick Bamford has 10 league goals this season with six of those coming in his last six appearances for MK Dons.
Only Brentford (162) have attempted more shots (excluding blocked) this season than MK Dons (161).
MK Dons have lost five of their last six matches in all competitions (W1).

Peterborough V Leyton Orient


The Posh have gone seven home games without defeat to Leyton Orient, winning four (D3).
Kevin Lisbie has scored 10 goals in 13 league appearances this season; just six fewer than he managed in the whole of the 2012/13 campaign.
Peterborough are the only side in the League One yet to drop a point from a winning position.
Leyton Orient have scored 10 times in the final fifteen minutes of matches this season, the most in League One.
Orient have scored 19 times in the second half this season, another league-high.

Preston V Tranmere


Preston have won their last three home games against Tranmere, scoring four and keeping two clean sheets in the process.
Ryan Lowe has scored four goals in his last four games for Tranmere.
Tranmere have scored just five times in the first half of games this season; a joint-league-low with Bristol City.
Tranmere have been shown four red cards this season; a league-high. In fact, no side in the top four tiers of English Football have been shown more.
No side has drawn more games nil-nil this season than Preston (2).

Rotherham V Colchester


Rotherham have conceded two goals in five of their last six league games against Colchester (W3 L3).
Colchester have gone six games without an away win, losing twice (D4).
Colchester have thrown away 13 points from winnings positions this season; a joint-league-high alongside Shrewsbury.
In contrast, Rotherham have accumulated 11 points from losing positions so far this term; more than any other side.
No goalkeeper has made more saves than Colchester's Sam Walker (85).

Shrewsbury V Sheff Utd


Shrewsbury have picked up just one victory in their last 11 league games (D6 L4).
The Blades are unbeaten in their last five in all competitions against the Shrews, winning four (D1).
Shrewsbury have thrown away 13 points from winnings positions this season; a joint-league-high alongside Colchester.
Only Tranmere (35%) have a worse shooting accuracy rate than Shrewsbury (39.73%).
The Blades are unbeaten in three, winning two (D1).

Swindon V Port Vale


All four of Nile Ranger's league goals for Swindon this season have come at home.
Only 5% of Port Vale's goals have come in the opening fifteen minutes of matches this season; a league-low proportion.
Swindon's Jay McEveley, Yaser Kasim and Alex Pritchard have all been awarded five yellow cards; only Leyton Orient's Mathieu Baudry (6) has been shown more.
After failing to win in four games (all comps), Port Vale have won consecutive matches; netting five in the process.

Wolves V Stevenage


Leigh Griffiths has netted five times in his last five league games for Wolves.
Stevenage have won three of their last four league matches (L1), scoring eight and keeping two clean sheets.
No player has assisted more goals this season than Bakary Sako (5).
Only Peterborough (8) have kept more clean sheets this season than Wolves (6).
This season, Stevenage have accumulated 36 yellow cards, the most in League One.

 

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