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Andrew Tibot 1st Apr 2015 - 9:37

League One Opta facts - April 3/4

Crewe Alexandra v Crawley Town

Crewe have lost just one of their seven matches against Crawley (W3 D3).

Crawley have scored just once in three previous trips to Crewe (D1 L2).
The Railwaymen have conceded just one goal in their last five home games.
The Red Devils have come from behind to win their last two away games 3-2. They've not won three in a row on the road since October 2011.
Only Crewe (69) have conceded more league goals than Crawley this season (66).


Gillingham v Fleetwood Town

Gillingham are yet to beat Fleetwood in the Football League (D2 L1).

In this exact fixture in 2012/13, Fleetwood were 2-0 up before drawing 2-2.

The Gills have kept just one clean sheet in their last 14 home games.
Fleetwood have scored exactly twice in their last two away games.
Five of Gillingham's last nine goals to have an assist have been assisted by Bradley Dack.


Oldham Athletic v Bristol City

This will be the 50th meeting between the two sides in the Football League. Oldham have won 14 of those matches (D15 L20).

Bristol City are unbeaten in six league meetings with the Latics (W3 D3).

Since beating Bristol City at home in October 2005, Oldham have scored just three times in six games against the Robins, and never more than once in a game.

Bristol City have won just once in their last six visits to Oldham (D3 L2).

Oldham have conceded exactly once in their last three games against Bristol City.

Four of Bristol's last six goals in this fixture have come in the first half.


Port Vale v Colchester United

Port Vale have won back-to-back games against Colchester having gone the five beforehand without a victory. They've never won three consecutively against them.

Five of the last seven games between these two have been settled by a single goal - Colchester have won four of those games.

Vale have lost their last three home games. They've not lost four in a row at Vale Park since October 2008.

The U's have conceded exactly two goals in each of their last three away games.

Port Vale have had a player sent off in each of their last two games.


Preston North End v Rochdale

Preston have won just one of their last five league games against Rochdale (D1 L3).

Rochdale have ran out winners in each of their last three matches at Deepdale against Preston, winning each by a single goal (all comps).

North End are unbeaten in 11 and have scored in their last 22 games - both the current longest sequences in League One.

Dale have failed to keep a clean sheet in their last 12 away games.
Daniel Johnson has scored six goals in his last nine games for Preston, opening the scoring five times in that run.


Scunthorpe United v Peterborough United

Scunthorpe have been defeated only once in their last 12 home league games against the Posh (W8 D3).

Peterborough have failed to score in their last two visits to Glanford Park.

The Iron are winless in nine League One games (D4 L5).

The Posh have won five of their last seven, losing the other two.

Scunthorpe top scorer Paddy Madden has failed to score in his last nine games, his longest drought since joining the club.


Walsall v Notts County

Walsall are unbeaten in five league games against Notts County (W3 D2), but both of those draws have come at home.

The Magpies have scored exactly one goal in each of their last four against Walsall but haven't won any of those games.

The Saddlers have failed to keep a clean sheet in any of their last 10 home games.

Notts County have lost their last two on the road, conceding seven goals in the process.

Walsall have lost just five points from leading positions this season, a league-low figure.


Yeovil Town v Chesterfield

Since losing to Chesterfield in their first Football League meeting in August 2005, Yeovil are unbeaten in six against them (W3 D3).

In their last visit to Yeovil, the Spireites were 2-1 up before losing 3-2, by conceding two goals in the final 17 minutes.

The Glovers have lost their last four league games, conceding at least twice in each defeat.

Chesterfield have won their last two games by a 1-0 scoreline. They last won three in a row between April and August 2014 (a run of five).

Gozie Ugwu has failed to score in his last seven games for Yeovil, after scoring in four of his first eight.


Doncaster Rovers v Bradford City

Doncaster haven't beaten Bradford at home in a league game since April 1981 (D3 L2).

However, Bradford have lost their last two league matches against Donny, each by a single goal.

Rovers have lost three of their last four at home, winning the other.

The Bantams are winless in four away from home, with the last two ending 1-1 (L2).

Harry Forrester has three goals in his last five games for Doncaster.


Barnsley v Sheffield United

Barnsley are unbeaten in five league matches against the Blades, this after losing four in a row.

Sheffield United have failed to score in three of their last four against the Tykes.

The Tykes are unbeaten in nine league games, though the last three have ended level (W6).

Jose Baxter has scored four goals in his last four games for the Blades.

Sheffield United have scored 60% of their league goals this season in the final 30 minutes of games.


Swindon Town v MK Dons

The Robins have won just one of their last 10 in the league against MK Dons (D3 L6).

MK Dons have won their last two league games against Swindon 2-1, having trailed in both matches.

After a run of one win in six, Swindon have won three on the trot in League One.

Likewise, the Dons have won their last two games having gone four without a win.

There have been exactly three goals scored in each of Swindon's last four home games.

 

 
 
 

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