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David Thompson 20th Apr 2012 - 9:19

League One Opta Facts - April 21

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League One Opta Facts - April 21

 

Notts County v Bury

  • The last three meetings between the two teams have produced a total of 15 goals, at a rate of five per game.
  • The Magpies have won just one of their last seven clashes with the Shakers, although that did come courtesy of a 5-0 home win in April 2010.
  • Bury have failed to win any of their last nine away league games, their worst run of the campaign.
  • Notts County have scored in each of their last eight league games at Meadow Lane.
  • County have conceded a league-high 67% of their goals in the second-half.
  • Lloyd Sam has scored four goals in County's last three games.

Bournemouth v Colchester

  • Bournemouth are without a win against Colchester in the last five meetings, losing four and drawing one.
  • At home, the Cherries have failed to win any of their last seven games against the U's (in all competitions).
  • The Cherries have scored just two goals in the opening 15 minutes of games, a league-low.
  • Colchester have scored exactly one goal in their last six league games, and all six goals have been netted by different players.
  • Bournemouth are unbeaten in four home league games, winning two and drawing two.

Charlton v Wycombe

  • The two sides have only met on four previous occasions, with Charlton winning the last three and Wycombe winning the first meeting, back in 2006.
  • Three of the four meetings between the two sides have ended in away wins, including both of the last two clashes.
  • Promoted Charlton have kept four consecutive clean sheets in league action.
  • The Chairboys are yet to manage a shutout on the road this season, conceding in all 21 away games so far.
  • Charlton have won their last three games by the same scoreline (1-0).

Chesterfield v Rochdale

  • The sides have already met twice this season, playing out a 1-1 draw at Rochdale in the league, with Dale winning a Carling Cup home tie 3-2 in August.
  • At home, the Spireites have suffered just one defeat against Dale in their last seven clashes.
  • Rochdale are without a win in 12 league games on the road.
  • The Lancashire side have been waiting longer for a shutout than any other League One side (nine games).
  • Chesterfield have thrown away 29 points from winning positions this season, a league-high.

Exeter v Walsall

  • The two teams have already met each other three times this season, with Walsall winning 3-2 at home in an FA Cup replay after a 1-1 draw and Exeter winning 2-1 away in the league.
  • Four of the last six meetings between the two sides have ended in a 2-1 scoreline.
  • Walsall have failed to keep a clean sheet in any of their last eight league games.
  • Liam Sercombe has netted four of Exeter's last seven league goals.
  • The Grecians have only won one of their last 11 league games.

Huddersfield v Scunthorpe

  • Huddersfield have suffered just one defeat in their last six meetings with Scunthorpe.
  • At the Galpharm, the Terriers have lost just one of their last 16 clashes with the Iron (in all competitions).
  • Huddersfield have lost their last three league games, failing to net in any of them.
  • The Iron have been shown a league-high nine red cards this term.
  • Scunthorpe are unbeaten in six on the road, winning two and drawing four.

Leyton Orient v Yeovil

  • Orient have won just one of their last eight games against Yeovil.
  • The Glovers have lost on just one of their last six league visits to Brisbane Road.
  • Leyton Orient have lost their last five league games, they haven't lost six on the trot all campaign.
  • The O's have lost four games from winning positions at home this season, a league-high.
  • Yeovil have only won one of their last six league games, losing four.

MK Dons v Sheff Utd

  • MK Dons have lost each of their last four clashes with Sheffield United (in all competitions).
  • Three of the last four games (in all competitions) between the two sides have ended in a 2-1 scoreline.
  • Sheffield United have won their last six league games, only one side (Preston) has won seven in a row this term.
  • The Blades have scored in each of their last 12 league games, the longest current run in the third-tier.
  • Ched Evans has scored 14 goals in the Blades' last 11 league clashes.
  • MK Dons have scored four penalties in their last five league games combined.

Oldham v Preston

  • Oldham are without a win against Preston in seven games (in all competitions), a run stretching back to 1997.
  • At Boundary Park, the Latics have enjoyed just one win in their last four games against North End, with those four encounters producing a total of just five goals.
  • Oldham have netted a higher percentage of goals in the first-half than any other team in League One this season (53%).
  • Preston have been shown more yellow cards than any other team in League One this season (84).

Sheff Wed v Carlisle

  • Carlisle have lost just one of their last four meetings with Wednesday (in all competitions), winning the other three.
  • At Hillsborough, the Owls have won just one of their last five games against the Cumbrians.
  • The Owls boast the longest unbeaten run in League One (11 games).
  • Carlisle have conceded in each of their last 12 away league games.
  • 35% of the goals the Owls have scored this season have been headers, a league-high proportion.
    Carlisle have gained a league-high 24 points from losing positions in 2011/12.
  • Centre-back Miguel Llera has scored in each of the Owls' last three league games.

Stevenage v Brentford

  • The teams have met on only two previous occasions (in all competitions), with the game ending in a 1-0 away win on both occasions (one victory each).
  • Brentford have kept four consecutive clean sheets in the league.
  • Stevenage have won 16 and lost none of the 19 games they have been in front in this term.
  • Brentford are the only team in League One yet to win a game from a losing position this season.
  • The Bees are unbeaten in seven league games, winning the first five in this run before two consecutive 0-0 draws.

 

Tranmere v Hartlepool

  • There have only been six goals scored in the last five clashes between Tranmere and Hartlepool combined.
  • Hartlepool have only won on one of their last 14 trips to Tranmere, but that was on their last visit there in November 2010.
  • Tranmere have won their last four home league games and are unbeaten in 10 at Prenton Park.
  • Pool have only netted three goals in their last nine league games combined.
  • The North East side have only won one of their last 10 in the league.

 

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