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Eden Jon 23rd Apr 2015 - 15:54

League One Opta Facts: aPRIL 25

League One Opta Facts


Bradford v Barnsley

  • Bradford are winless in four against Barnsley in league competition (D3 L1).
  • Barnsley's 3-1 win in the reverse of this fixture was their first league win over the Bantams since 1997 (D4 L4). They've not won at Valley Parade since March 1989.
  • The Bantams have lost their last three home games without scoring (conceded 10). They've not lost four in a row since October 2003.
  • The Tykes are winless in eight league games (D6 L2), with the last three all ending 1-1.
  • No team has been shown more red cards this season than Bradford (7).

Chesterfield v Bristol City

  • Chesterfield have lost their last three against Bristol City, conceding three goals each time.
  • Wes Burns scored a 90th minute winner in the reverse of this fixture as the Robins won 3-2.
  • The Spireites have only failed to score in one of their last 12 at home to Bristol City, netting in each of the last six.
  • The Robins have won only one of their last six visits to Chesterfield (D2 L3), though that was in their last visit there in March 2007 (3-1).
  • Chesterfield have not conceded in any of their last four home games (W4).
  • League champions Bristol City are unbeaten in seven away games (W5 D2), scoring 19 goals across those games (2.7 per game).

Coventry v Crewe

  • Coventry have won just one of their last 10 league meetings with Crewe (D2 L7), conceding at least once in each game.
  • Crewe have scored exactly twice in their last two away games against Coventry, netting a goal in each half both times (W1 D1).
  • The Sky Blues have conceded just two goals in their last six matches; however they've also only scored three in that time (W2 D3 L1).
  • The Railwaymen are winless in five, though four have ended level (L1). Their last three matches have all ended 1-1, though they've scored first each time.
  • Crewe have conceded a league-high 49 goals in the second half of games this season, equating to 67% of their total goals against (also a league-high share).

Fleetwood v Colchester

  • This will be the first time Fleetwood have ever hosted Colchester.
  • The U's won the reverse of this fixture 2-1, coming from behind thanks to two goals from Gavin Massey.
  • David Ball has three goals in his last three games at Highbury Stadium.
  • The U's last 12 goals have all arrived after half-time.
  • Colchester have conceded more goals than any other League One side this season (74).

Leyton Orient v Sheff Utd

  • The O's are winless in eight league games against Sheffield United, with the last four ending level (D5 L3 in total).
  • The Blades have scored in six of their last seven trips to Matchroom Stadium, though never more than once in a match.
  • No side has lost more home games in League One this season than Leyton Orient (12).
  • Sheffield United have kept just one clean sheet in their last 13 away league games.
  • After failing to score in his first eight, Jason Holt has five goals in his last seven games for the Blades.

Notts County v Doncaster

  • The Magpies have won seven of their last nine league games against Doncaster (D1 L1).
  • Rovers have failed to score in their last three meetings with Notts County in all competitions.
  • Notts County have only scored more than one goal in a match in one of their last 20, failing to score in eight of those.
  • Doncaster have alternated between victory and defeat in their last four away games, losing their last outing in midweek to MK Dons.
  • The Magpies have won fewer points at home than any other League One side (18).

Peterborough v Crawley

  • Peterborough's 4-1 triumph in the reverse of this fixture was their first ever win over Crawley (L2).
  • Crawley won this exact fixture 2-0 last season, despite being reduced to ten men.
  • The Posh have lost just one of their last seven at home (W4 D2), conceding just three goals in that run.
  • No team has won fewer points on the road in League One this season than Crawley (17).
  • Izale McLeod is the joint top scorer in League One in 2015 (12, level with Will Grigg).

Preston v Swindon

  • Preston have won their last two home games against Swindon.
  • Swindon have won the last two meetings between these sides 1-0 each time, however both of these were in home games.
  • The Robins' last five goals against Preston have all come in the second half.
  • Preston are unbeaten in 17 (W11 D6) and have scored in their last 28 matches, both the current longest such sequences in the top four tiers.
  • After 12 games without a goal, Ben Gladwin has scored five goals in his last three for Swindon.
  • PNE will be promoted if they win and MK Dons lose at Rochdale.

Rochdale v MK Dons

  • Rochdale have never failed to score in nine previous league meetings with the Dons (W3 D2 L4).
  • MK Dons have scored at least twice in their last three visits to Rochdale, winning the last two.
  • Dale have won six of their last seven at home, losing the other.
  • A team has scored six or more goals in a match six times in League One this season, with MK Dons responsible for four of those (Bristol City and Chesterfield the others).
  • No player has scored more League One goals in 2015 than Will Grigg (12).

Scunthorpe v Gillingham

  • Scunthorpe have won their last four league games against Gillingham, scoring at least twice in each game.
  • The Gills have failed to keep a clean sheet in their last nine visits to Scunthorpe (W1 D4 L4).
  • The Iron are unbeaten in six home games, though four have ended level (W2).
  • Gillingham have lost only one of their last nine on the road (W3 D5).
  • Jermaine McGlashan has scored in his last three away games for Gillingham.

Walsall v Oldham

  • Walsall have won their last two home games against Oldham. They've never won three in a row against them before.
  • Oldham won the reverse of this fixture 2-1, coming from behind thanks to goals from Conor Wilkinson and Mike Jones.
  • The Saddlers have kept three consecutive clean sheets at home. They've not gone four without reply since November 2006 (a run of nine).
  • The Latics are winless in six (D4 L2) with the last three ending level.
  • Oldham have scored the fewest goals in the final 15 minutes of games this season (6), while Walsall have conceded the fewest in that time (6).

Yeovil v Port Vale

  • Yeovil have won all three of their previous home games against Port Vale by a 1-0 scoreline.
  • Tom Pope has three goals in three games against Yeovil, including a brace for Vale as they won the reverse of this fixture 4-1.
  • Already relegated Yeovil have won back-to-back games for the first time this season. They've not won three in a row since April 2013.
  • Vale are winless in nine though the last three have ended level (L6).
  • Yeovil have scored the fewest goals from outside the box this season (3), while Port Vale have conceded the joint-most from distance (15).

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