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Robert Alexander 3rd Sep 2014 - 11:23

League One Opta Facts 5-6 September

Coventry v Gillingham

  • Coventry City have lost only one of their last 17 home league encounters with Gillingham, winning 11 (D5).
  • Both teams have scored in each of the last six competitive meetings, with 28 goals being scored across these clashes (average of 4.7 per game).
  • Former Coventry City striker Cody McDonald scored for the Gills in this exact fixture last season.
  • Coventry have shipped four headed goals this term, a league-high.
  • Danny Kedwell has bagged four goals in five league games this season, this after failing to register in his previous nine for the Gills.

Bradford V Yeovil

  • The Bantams have failed to score in their last two versus Yeovil (D1 L1), though both games came in the 2006/07 campaign.
  • Yeovil have kept one clean sheet in their last 12 away fixtures in league competition (W2 D4 L6).
  • Bradford City have afforded their opponents a league-low 11 shots on target this season.
  • James Hanson has bagged five goals in seven games in all competitions this term.
  • The Glovers have yet to keep a clean sheet in League One this season.

Bristol City V Scunthorpe

  • Bristol City have won four and drawn two of their last six home clashes with Scunthorpe United in league competition.
  • The Iron have won just one of their last six league meetings with the Robins, losing four (D1).
  • Aaron Wilbraham has netted four goals in five appearances in league competition this season. Indeed, the last time Wilbraham netted four or more league goals in a single season was 2009/10.
  • Scunthorpe have yet to keep a clean sheet this season.
  • The Robins have recovered a league-high six points from losing positions in 2014/15.

Crawley V Rochdale

  • The Red Devils have lost only one of their last six at home in the league, though it came in the most recent match versus Bradford City (W3 D2).
  • Rochdale have conceded exactly two goals in each of their last three away matches and are without a clean sheet in five.
  • This will be the first ever competitive meeting between the two sides.
  • No League One player has been directly involved in more goals than Rochdale's Ian Henderson (6).
  • No team has been shown more yellow cards this season than Crawley Town (11).

Oldham V Fleetwood

  • Oldham are winless in six at home in the league, drawing five and losing one.
  • This will be the first ever competitive meeting between the two sides.
  • Oldham have scored just nine goals in their last 13 at home in the league and never more than once in this run.
  • The Cod Army have won four of their last five on the road in league competition (L1).
  • Jonathan Forte has bagged four goals in five games for Oldham this term.
  • Jamie Proctor has scored three goals from three shots on target this season for Fleetwood.

Peterborough V Port Vale

  • Peterborough have kept a clean sheet in eight of their last 10 at home to Port Vale in league competition (W6 D3 L1).
  • Port Vale have failed to find the back of the net in three of their last four against the Posh (W1 D1 L2)
  • Tom Pope has fired in more shots on target than any other player in League One this season (12).
  • Kyle Vassell has bagged four goals in five league games for the Posh this term, this after failing to score in six league matches in 2013/14.
  • Vassell (15) has also committed the most fouls in League One this season but has been booked only once.

Walsall V Colchester

  • Walsall are winless in three against Colchester United, losing twice (D1).
  • Colchester striker Freddie Sears has scored in each of his last two appearances against Walsall.
  • Colchester have fired in a league-high 78 shots (incl. blocked) this season.
  • Walsall have fouled their opponents fewer times than any other League One side this season (37).
  • All three of Tom Bradshaw's goals in Walsall colours have arrived in the second half.
 
 
 

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