League One Opta Facts – 6-7 November
Bournemouth V Shrewsbury
Bournemouth have netted eight times in the opening 15 minutes of the second half in league games this season - a league-high.
Bournemouth are unbeaten in their last four matches, in which they have netted 12 goals (W3 D1).
Shrewsbury have managed one win from their last eight league matches (D3 L4).
The last three league meetings (dating back to 2009) between these teams have ended 1-0 with the Cherries both in Bournemouth during this run.
There have been exactly four goals scored in each of the Shrews' last three games, though they have scored only four of them and conceded eight.
Colchester V Notts County
Notts County have conceded just one goal in the first half of league matches this season - a league-low.
Colchester have won three of their last four matches and kept clean sheets in each of those victories.
15 goals have been netted in the last four league games involving the Magpies. They've won two, drawn one and lost one during this run.
Last season, each side claimed a home win in this fixture. The matches ended 4-1 to Notts County and 4-2 to Colchester.
Yoann Arquin has scored in three of Notts County's last four matches in all competitions.
Coventry V Crawley
Along with Tranmere Rovers, Crawley have won nine of 11 matches having taking the lead in them, the highest total this season.
Coventry have dropped 16 points from leading positions this season, more than any other side.
Coventry have lost every single game (7) that they have fallen behind in this season.
The Sky Blues have netted in each of their last nine league matches, but have scored just one goal in eight of these games.
David McGoldrick has scored six goals in his last six games for Coventry (all comps).
Crawley are unbeaten in their last four league games (W3 D1), keeping clean sheets in two.
Doncaster V Crewe
The Railwaymen are statistically the worst side in the early stages of matches. They have shipped six goals in the opening 15 minutes and 12 in the opening half-hour of games so far.
Doncaster have won all eight of the matches they have been in front in this season and are one of only three teams to have that perfect record.
Doncaster have taken maximum points in each of their last three league games and are unbeaten in five (W4 D1).
Alex have not tasted victory away from home in any their last six matches on the road (D3 L3).
MK Dons V Leyton Orient
MK Dons can call themselves in the best defensive side in the second half of games this season, having leaked just two goals after half-time.
MK Dons (five games) and Orient (six games) are two of three sides to win 100% of their matches having taken the lead in this season.
Leyton Orient have failed to find the net in their last three matches, currently the longest run without a goal.
The O's have scored just one goal in their last six league outings and have picked up three points from a possible 18 during this run.
Oldham V Bury
80% of the Latics' goals have come in the second half of games this term; the highest proportion in League One.
Bury have shipped 27 goals this season, no other side in League One has conceded more.
Oldham have suffered one defeat in their last six league games (W3 D2).
Jose Baxter has scored in four successive games for Oldham in all competitions.
Only Hartlepool (2) have won fewer points away from home than Bury (3) in League One this term.
Portsmouth V Brentford
No League One team has scored more goals in the last 15 minutes of matches than Pompey. They've bagged nine goals in the final 15 minutes of matches this season.
Meanwhile, Brentford have netted eight goals in the last 15 minutes of matches this season.
Portsmouth have enjoyed wins in each of their last three league games at Fratton Park.
Brentford have tasted defeated just once in their last nine matches (W3 D5).
Preston V Carlisle
Preston have won one match out of their last five (D2 L2) in the league.
There has been 18 goals scored in the last five matches involving Carlisle, who have shipped 12 of them.
The Cumbrians have won once in their last five league games (D1 L3).
The North-West rivals shared two draws in League One last season (0-0 and 3-3). They also drew after 90 minutes in the Johnstone's Paint Trophy in September.
Swindon V Sheffield Utd
Sheffield United boast the top defence in the league having conceded 10 goals this season.
The Blades are the only unbeaten team in the division after 15 matches.
The Bramall Lane outfit have kept clean sheets in the last three games (all 1-0 victories), currently the best run of its kind in the league.
The Robins have been defeated once in their last five outings (W2 D2).
Walsall V Scunthorpe
Scunthorpe have netted five goals in the opening 15 minutes of matches so far, which accounts for a league-high 45% of their overall tally.
Walsall are winless in their last six matches (D2 L4).
The Iron are without a victory in their last seven outings (D2 L5).
Leon Clarke (7) and Karl Hawley (3) have scored all of Scunthorpe's last 10 league goals between them.
Yeovil V Stevenage
Only Tranmere (11) have rescued more points from losing positions this season than Stevenage (10).
Yeovil's current three-match winning streak is the joint-longest run of its kind in the league this season.
The Glovers have one loss in their last five (W4), which included home wins in their last two outings at Huish Park.
Stevenage have four wins from their last six league games (W4 L2), but have conceded more goals (7) than they have scored (6) in that run.
In the corresponding fixture to this last season, Stevenage strolled to a 6-0 victory after the home side had a man sent off with the score at 1-0.
Hartlepool V Tranmere
Tranmere have netted 13 goals in the 15 minutes either side of half-time, more than any other team.
Tranmere Rovers are the highest scorers in the division (32 goals), with 22 of these coming in the second half (another league high).
Hartlepool have shipped nine goals after the 75-minute mark this season, more than any other team.
Hartlepool have won just one of seven matches they have taken the lead in this season; a win conversion rate of 14% and the worst in League One.