League One Opta Facts - April 11
Barnsley v Chesterfield
The Tykes are winless in four against Chesterfield, though three of those have ended level (L1).
All three goals in the reverse of this fixture were scored by players no longer at their respective clubs (Eoin Doyle x2 for Chesterfield, Keith Treacy for Barnsley).
Barnsley have lost six games that they have been leading in this season in League One; more than any other side.
Chesterfield have won four league games in succession - they last won five league games in a row within the same season in September 2013.
Coventry v Colchester
The Sky Blues have scored in each of their last seven meetings with Colchester.
The U's have won just one of their 14 previous away games against Coventry (D4 L9).
Coventry have won just one point in their last four League One home games (D1 L3).
Colchester United have won 10 points from a possible 12 (W3 D1) in their last four league games.
Crewe v Leyton Orient
Crewe have won none of their last seven against the O's (D2 L5), conceding at least once in each game.
Chris Dagnall has scored three goals in two games against Crewe for the O's.
Crewe have won a league-low three points from losing positions in League One in 2014-15.
Over half (51% - 36/70) of the goals that Crewe have conceded this season in League One have come in the final half hour of games.
Leyton Orient have won two and drawn one of their last three league games - they have not gone four unbeaten in the league since August.
Doncaster v Rochdale
Rovers are unbeaten in six games against Rochdale in all competitions (W5 D1).
Rochdale have scored in 10 of their last 11 league meetings with Doncaster.
Doncaster Rovers have conceded a league-high 12 goals in the opening 15 minutes of matches this season.
Rochdale have scored a league-high 19 headed goals this season in League One.
Gillingham v Bradford
Two of Gillingham's last three goals against Bradford have been scored by Cody McDonald.
Bradford have lost a 1-0 lead to draw 1-1 in their last two meetings with the Gills.
Gillingham have gifted their opponents five own goals this season; the highest figure in League One.
Bradford are unbeaten in their last three League One away games (W1 D2).
Oldham v Sheff Utd
Oldham are winless in five against the Blades, with four of those games ending 1-1 (L1).
Sheffield United have scored in each of their last 15 away league games against Oldham.
Jose Baxter has scored five goals in his last five League One games.
Oldham have won just four points in their last six League One home games (W1 D1 L4).
Port Vale v MK Dons
Vale have won all three of their previous home league games against MK Dons, though the Dons did win 4-3 there in this season's FA Cup.
Carl Baker has scored for the Dons in both meetings between these sides in all competitions this season.
Port Vale are on a run of six successive defeats in League One - no side has lost seven successive League One games this season.
MK Dons have attempted 249 shots on target in League One this season; 29 more than any other side.
Will Grigg has scored a brace in three successive League One appearances for MK Dons.
Preston v Bristol City
Preston won this exact fixture 1-0 last season, with both sides having a player sent off in the 90th minute.
The Robins have scored six goals across their last six visits to Deepdale, though they failed to score in four of those games.
Preston have kept a league-high 20 clean sheets in League One this season, including nine in their last 13 games.
Preston are on the current longest unbeaten run in League One (13 games).
Bristol City have won more points (39) and scored more goals (39) than any other side away from home in League One this season.
Scunthorpe v Crawley
The Iron threw away a two-goal lead as Crawley earned a 2-2 draw in the reverse of this fixture.
There have been 10 goals across the three previous meetings between these sides, six of those coming for Crawley.
Scunthorpe have kept a league-low three clean sheets all season in League One.
Crawley have kept a clean sheet in three of their last four league games.
Swindon v Peterborough
Swindon have won their last two league games against the Posh. They've not won three in a row against them since 1996.
Peterborough have scored in each of their last 12 meetings with Swindon in all competitions.
Swindon have lost their last two league games 0-3 - this after conceding just five goals in their previous six league games.
35% of Peterborough's goals this season have come from outside the box; the highest proportion in League One.
Walsall v Fleetwood
Walsall have never lost in three previous meetings with Fleetwood in all competitions (W2 D1).
Fleetwood's 1-0 home defeat in the reverse of this fixture was the first ever Football League meeting between these sides.
Walsall have lost just five points from leading positions in League One this season; fewer than any other side.
The Saddlers have held the lead in just 13 League One games this season; the fewest in the division.
Walsall are the only side yet to be given a red card in League One this season.
Yeovil v Notts County
Yeovil have won their last two meetings with Notts County by a 2-1 scoreline, though both of these came away from home.
After winning their first trip to Yeovil 3-1 in March 2005, the Magpies have won none of the following three visits there (D1 L2).
Yeovil have scored the fewest first half goals in League One this season (11).
Notts County have picked up a league-high seven red cards in League One this season.
County are on a winless run of seven games now - the longest currently in League One.