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Andrew Tibot 5th Feb 2015 - 17:43

League One Opta Facts - Feb 7

Colchester V Crewe

Colchester's 3-0 victory in the reverse of this fixture was their first win in 12 attempts against the Railwaymen.

Crewe have failed to score in their last two games against Colchester United.

Seven of the last 10 goals recorded by Crewe have seen the involvement of Nicky Ajose (five goals scored and two assists).

The U's have lost five of their last six home games; they won their most recent match on their own patch however.

Six of Crewe's last seven on the road have seen them register exactly one goal.


Doncaster V Walsall

Doncaster have lost their last two games against Walsall, they've not suffered three consecutive defeats since May 1993.

Walsall have been victorious in three of their last five trips to Doncaster (L2), including in each of the last two.

Having previously scored five goals in four appearances for Walsall, Tom Bradshaw has since gone on a run of just one goal in his last six matches (all competitions).

Doncaster Rovers have drawn four of their last five matches (W1).

The Saddlers are unbeaten in six on the road; they have let in only one goal across their last five away from home.


Fleetwood V Peterborough

Fleetwood have won only one of their last six at home, although it arrived in the most recent game at Highbury.

Peterborough won the first ever competitive meeting between the two sides thanks to a Conor Washington strike.

Marcus Maddison has scored in three of his last four Posh appearances away from home.

Fleetwood Town have alternated between conceding two goals and keeping a clean sheet across their last seven matches, they let in two efforts in their most recent game.

19 of the last 20 goals shipped by Peterborough United have come from open play.


Gillingham V Sheff Utd

Gillingham have won only one of their last 11 league encounters with the Blades, losing five (D5).

Sheffield United are unbeaten in their last five at the Priestfield, winning four.

Jamie Murphy has been involved in four of the last five goals scored by Sheffield United (two goals and two assists).

The Gills have gone 19 matches without a clean sheet; currently the longest wait for one in the division.

25 of the last 27 goals recorded by the Blades have come in the second half.


MK Dons V Bristol City

MK Dons have never beaten Bristol City in league competition, losing four and drawing three.

Both teams have scored in six of the previous seven meetings between MK Dons and Bristol City.

Dele Alli has scored eight goals at home this season for MK Dons; no player currently plying their trade in League One has managed more on their own patch.

MK Dons have tasted defeat just once in their last 18 matches (W11 D6).

Bristol City have the opportunity to win six consecutive matches for the first time since they put together an 11 game winning streak in 2004.


Notts County V Chesterfield

Notts County have won three and lost none of their last four against Chesterfield.

Chesterfield have failed to keep a clean sheet in 11 of their last 12 matches against Notts County.

Liam Noble has been booked 11 times this term; a league-high.

The last seven goals conceded by the Magpies versus Chesterfield in all competitions have come in the second half.

The Spireites have scored six goals from the penalty spot this season; the most by any team in League One.


Port Vale V Bradford

Port Vale have gone five games unbeaten at home to Bradford (W4 D1), this after failing to win any of the previous nine.

Bradford have picked up just one victory in their last 12 clashes with Port Vale, losing seven (D4).

Port Vale's Ben Williamson has got on the scoresheet in three of his last four appearances at home.

Vale have let in precisely one goal in each of their last four matches played at home.

The Bantams have conceded only two efforts across their last four matches away from home.


Preston V Coventry

Preston have won six and lost none of their last 12 against Coventry in league competition.

The Sky Blues have never won a league game at Deepdale, losing 10 and drawing seven.

Paul Huntingdon has scored in successive appearances for North End; he has never done in three consecutive matches before (all competitions).

Preston North End have failed to win any of their last five matches; the worst current run in the division (D2 L3).

The Sky Blues have kept a clean sheet in four of their last six matches played away from home.


Rochdale V Leyton Orient

Rochdale are winless in three at home to Leyton Orient, this after winning the five games prior to this current run.

The O's have scored two or more goals in five of their last six games against Rochdale (13 in total), winning four in the process (D1 L1).

Calvin Andrew has scored in three straight matches for Rochdale; he previously went 15 games without a goal.

Ashley Eastham (Rochdale) has only ever been shown two red cards in league football; one of those came in the reverse meeting between these sides.

The O's have claimed only one win in their last seven away games (D1 L5).


Scunthorpe V Oldham

Scunthorpe have conceded exactly two goals in four of their last six home matches against the Latics (W2 D2 L2).

Oldham are unbeaten in three against the Iron, though two have ended level (W1).

Tom Hopper has scored four goals in his first four appearances for the Iron.

No team has been caught offside more often this term than Scunthorpe United (87).

The Latics have had a man sent off in their last two visits to Glanford Park in the league.


Swindon V Barnsley

Swindon have won five of their last six at home in league competition, keeping four clean sheets in the process (L1).

Barnsley failed to score against Swindon for the first time in 14 games when they lost the reverse fixture back in September (0-3).

Andy Williams has registered seven goals in his last six appearances for the Robins.

Swindon Town have won five of their last six at the County Ground (L1).

Barnsley could win three straight matches for the first time since February 2013.


Yeovil V Crawley

Yeovil have yet to lose at home to Crawley in all competitions, winning one and drawing the other.

Crawley are without a win away from home in 13 attempts (D4 L9), losing their last five.

Crawley's Marvin Elliott scored half of his goal tally in one game this season; bagging a brace versus Yeovil.

The Glovers have mustered just one victory in their last eight games (D2 L5).

Crawley however, have failed to claim an away victory since the opening day of the season (D4 L9).


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