League One Opta Facts| February 15-16
Shrewsbury v Port Vale
Shrewsbury have kept only one clean sheet in their last 10 league encounters with Port Vale (W3 D3 L4).
Port Vale won the reverse fixture earlier this season 3-1, courtesy of goals from Chris Robertson, Jennison Myrie-Williams and Jordan Hugill.
Shrewsbury are without a win in seven league games at the Greenhous Meadow, losing six and drawing the other. They've failed to score in five of those seven games.
Doug Loft has scored three goals in his last two appearances for Vale.
Only Stevenage (10) and Sheffield (13) have scored fewer second-half goals this campaign than the Shrews (14).
Port Vale have lost their last four away league games, conceding 11 times in the process.
Coventry v Bradford
Coventry are without a league win against Bradford in five attempts drawing three (L2).
Bradford have kept three clean sheets in their last four league games against Coventry.
The Sky Blues have shipped a goal in each of their last 14 league games, the longest run by any League One side this season.
The Bantams are without a league win 13 attempts, their worst run since November 2000 in the Premier League. They actually ended that run with a 2-1 win over Coventry City.
The last time Bradford went 14 league matches without a victory was in November 1948 (a run of 16 games).
Coventry have scored 12 times in the 15 minutes leading up to half-time this season, more than any other side.
Bradford have conceded just 12 goals in the second half of games this campaign, a league low.
Bristol City v Tranmere
Bristol City have won their last six league encounters with Tranmere at Ashton Gate, scoring 14 in the process.
Tranmere have failed to score in five of their last six league trips to Bristol City.
The Robins have scored in each of their last 12 league games, a run only bettered by Leyton Orient (14) in the division.
Rovers have dropped just six points in League One this season when leading (W8 D3), though they've been ahead in the joint-fewest amount of games (11 with Crawley Town).
Jay Emmanuel Thomas has been involved in 21 goals this season (12 goals, 9 assists), more than any other League One player.
Tranmere have had the fewest number of attempts on goal in League One (217; excl. blocked).
Crawley v Carlisle
Crawley are yet to lose against Carlisle in the Football League, winning once (D2).
Carlisle are without an away league win in seven games, losing six (D1).
Three of the four goals scored by Crawley so far in 2014 in League One have been either scored or assisted by Andy Drury (one goal, two assists).
Carlisle have lost each of their last five away fixtures in League One, conceding 13 times in the process.
Crawley are one of two League One sides yet to pick up a point at home when losing this season (Wolves are the other).
The Cumbrians have let in 13 goals from outside the area this season, more than any other League One team.
Crewe v Brentford
After winning six consecutive league matches against Brentford, Crewe have lost their last three.
Brentford have netted 12 times in their last three league games against Crewe, an average of four per game.
Chuks Aneke has scored four times in his last four league games at the Alexandra Stadium
Brentford are unbeaten in 18 league fixtures (W15 D3). They've also gone eight without defeat on the road (W5 D3).
The Railwaymen have dropped 21 points from winning situations this season, more than any side in League One.
Marcello Trotta has scored seven and assisted once in his last nine league games for the Bees.
MK Dons v Oldham
MK Dons have gone five matches unbeaten at home to Oldham in league competition, winning three (D2).
Oldham have failed to score in each of their last four league trips to Milton Keynes.
The Dons' win over Walsall last weekend was their first in five league fixtures (D1 L3).
The Latics have won just one of their last six away games in League One, though this did come in the last fixture on the road vs Swindon (D2 L3).
Only Wolves (190) have registered more shots off target in League One than Mk Dons (185).
Oldham have scored just once in their last four away games (in all competitions).
Peterborough v Walsall
Posh have won four of the last five league encounters with the Saddlers, scoring two or more goals on three occasions.
After winning two matches in a row at London Road, Walsall have lost their last two there in league competition.
Britt Assombalonga has scored five goals in his last four league games for the Posh.
Craig Westcarr has been involved in six of the Saddlers' last seven league goals, scoring two and assisting four.
The Posh have scored 12 times from outside the box this campaign. Only MK Dons (13) have scored more.
Walsall have conceded just once in the opening 15 minutes this season, a league low.
Preston v Leyton Orient
Preston have failed to score in three of their last four league clashes with Leyton Orient, though they did register in the reverse fixture this season (1-0).
The O's have lost just one of their last nine away league fixtures, winning five and drawing three.
Joe Garner has found the net six times in his last five games at Deepdale (all competitions).
Leyton Orient have lost three league games consecutively for the first time since November 2012 (a run of four in total).
Preston have recorded 13 clean sheets this campaign, second only to Wolves' 14, yet only four have come at home.
The O's have failed to score in just one of their 30 league games this season; in the reverse fixture against PNE.
Rotherham v Stevenage
Rotherham have scored exactly three goals in each of their last two competitive matches against Stevenage (all comps).
Stevenage have netted in each of their previous two visits to Rotherham in all competitions, though they have never won (D1 L1).
Alex Revell has scored three times in his last two games for the Millers.
Stevenage have scored just 20 times from inside the area this season, fewer than any other side in the division (excl. penalties).
Rotherham have picked the highest number of points when losing at home this season (13).
Only Tranmere (91) have managed to have fewer shots on target than Boro (105) this season.
Swindon v Colchester
Swindon have won their last two matches against Colchester in league competition, though both of those arrived on the road.
Colchester have kept just one clean sheet in their last five league matches at Swindon, though this came in the last meeting at the County Ground.
Swindon have conceded in each of their last eight games at the County Ground, last keeping a clean sheet there in October.
Colchester have scored just twice in the opening 15 minutes of the second half this season, fewer than any other side in League One.
Only Brentford (12) and Wolves (11) have recorded more home wins than Swindon this season (10).
No team has drawn more away from home than Colchester have (7).
Wolves v Notts County
Wolves are unbeaten in seven against Notts County in league competition, winning five (D2).
The Magpies have failed to score in five of the last six league meetings between the two sides.
Wolves have won each of their last four league games, scoring ten and conceding once in that run.
Only Sheffield United (6) have picked up fewer away points than the Magpies this season (8).
Nouha Dicko has the best minute per goal ratio of any League One player to have scored three or more goals, finding the net every 94 minutes.
Notts County have lost four of their last five away games in League One (W1).