League One Opta Facts - April 1st
In their history, Doncaster have never lost a league game at home to Swindon (W5 D3).
There have been three red cards in the last five meetings in this fixture.
League One leaders Doncaster have won only four of their last 12 games.
All but three of the Robins' last 12 goals have come in the 71st minute or later.
The Cherries have lost just once in their last 10 games against the Iron (W4 D5).
On home soil, Bournemouth are unbeaten against Scunthorpe in 14 games (W4 D10), a run which stretches all the way back to 1972.
The Iron have won just one of their last five games, although that win did come last time out, 2-1 at home to Leyton Orient.
The Cherries have now won four games in a row, the longest current winning streak in the division. None of their last 15 league games have ended as a draw.
The Railwaymen have lost four of their last five league games against the Lilywhites (W1), with two of those defeats coming at Gresty Road.
The last two meetings between the two sides (in all competitions) have produced a total of nine goals.
Crewe have now gone 10 games without a clean sheet, the longest current run of conceding in the division.
Preston's last four games have produced a total of just four goals (a 1-0 win, a 1-0 defeat, a 1-1 draw and a 0-0 draw).
Since the turn of the century, Leyton Orient have only lost twice to Bury in the league (W5 D4).
But on home soil, the O's have won just two of their last six clashes with the Shakers, losing three and drawing one.
Bury have conceded two or more goals in five of their last six games.
Veteran attacker Kevin Lisbie has netted five goals in his last seven games for Orient.
The MK Dons have never beaten Brentford on home soil, losing three and drawing three.
Brentford striker Clayton Donaldson has scored three goals in his last two appearances against the Dons.
The Dons have lost just two of their last 10 games (W3 D5), although those two defeats have come in their last four fixtures.
The Bees have won three in a row now and have suffered just two defeats in their last 10 games in League One.
Notts County have won their last two home games against Yeovil.
There has never been a red card issued in a league match between these two sides.
The Magpies have found the back of the net in just two of their last five games (two goals in total).
Seven of County's last eight games have gone under 2.5 goals.
The Glovers have drawn four of their last five games, losing the other game.
The Latics have only managed to win once in their last nine games against Colchester (L4 D4). However, that win did come last time out - 2-0 away in December.
The last three meetings between the two sides at Boundary Park have all ended in a draw, as have five of the last seven clashes at Oldham's ground.
Oldham have failed to score in three of their last five games, netting four goals in total in that period.
The U's have only enjoyed one win in their last five games, losing two and drawing two.
Portsmouth have suffered just one defeat in their last nine games against Tranmere, winning three and drawing five.
But at Fratton Park, the home side have registered just two victories in their last seven clashes with Rovers.
Pompey midfielder Jed Wallace has netted a goal in each of his side's last three games.
Rovers have lost three of their last four games, failing to score in each of those three defeats.
The Blades have lost just two of their last nine clashes with the Cumbrians (W4 D3), although those defeats have come in the last four games.
Scottish forward Lee Miller has bagged a brace in both of his last two games for the Cumbrians after receiving a red card in the game before that.
Sheffield United have kept a clean sheet in seven of their last eight games (shipping four in the other game).
Jamie Proctor has netted three goals in total in his last three games for the Red Devils.
The Shrews have failed to score in just one of their last 10 games.
Crawley are the only team in the Football League currently with a neutral goal difference (scored 51, conceded 51).
Hartlepool are yet to beat Stevenage in the league, losing once and drawing twice.
In the four previous games (all comps), three penalties have been scored.
Strugglers Hartlepool are without a win in seven games, the longest current run without victory in the division.
Stevenage have failed to find the back of net in six of their last 12 games and have scored more than once only once in that run of 12 matches.
There have been 11 goals in the last two games between these sides with Coventry winning 6-1 and 5-1.
There have been three red cards in the last three games between the two sides (two for Walsall & one for Coventry).
The Saddlers are now unbeaten in 11 games, the longest current run without defeat in League One.
The Sky Blues have suffered just one defeat in their last five games, winning three and drawing one but a 10 point deduction has seen them slide to 14th.