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Eden Jon 22nd Feb 2013 - 10:32

League One Opta Facts – February 22nd & 23rd

Notts County v Bury

  • In the last five meetings between these two sides, 23 goals have been scored, an average of 4.6 goals per game.
  • Notts County have won just twice in their last 12 league games (L5 D5) and are without a win in four (D2 L2).
  • Bury have won once in 13 league games (L6 D6) and are without a win in three games, conceding exactly two goals in those matches.
  • Bury have won just twice away from home in League One this season, a league-low alongside Portsmouth and Hartlepool.

Bournemouth v Sheffield United

  • Both Bournemouth and Sheffield United have scored seven penalties this season, the highest tally in the league.
  • The Cherries are also the top scorers in the division, hitting the back of the net 57 times.
  • Sheffield United's Tony McMahon has received nine yellow cards, the most in the division.
  • The Blades have won seven successive games against Bournemouth, with Richard Cresswell scoring two in his last two games against them.

Brentford v Walsall

  • The Bees have accumulated 14 points from losing positions this season, the joint highest tally in League One.
  • Only Yeovil Town (27) have won more points than Walsall (22) in their last 10 League One games.
  • Walsall have netted in 13 of their last 14 League One games.
  • Brentford's Clayton Donaldson has attempted 75 shots, the highest in the league.

Carlisle v MK Dons

  • The two clubs have met nine times in their history, but none of these meetings have ended in a draw (Carlisle winning five, MK Dons winning four).
  • Since beating QPR in the FA Cup fourth round, MK Dons haven't won a game in all competitions (L4 D1).
  • MK Dons have failed to win in 15 games when they've conceded first (L10 D5).
  • Carlisle striker Rory Loy has scored in three of their last four games.

Colchester v Tranmere

  • Portsmouth (20) are the only side to have lost more league games than Colchester (18) this season, but they have managed to win three of their last five.
  • The away side have not won any of the last seven meetings between these two sides (four home wins, three draws).
  • Tranmere Rovers have lost their last four games in a row; their worst such run of the season.
  • Tranmere have won more games from losing positions than any other side in League One this season (4).

Coventry v Crewe

  • Coventry striker Leon Clarke has five goals in his last six games (all comps), whilst overall Clarke has scored 18 goals this season.
  • Crewe have accumulated the fewest yellow cards this season (24).
  • Coventry have hit the woodwork 12 times this season, the joint highest total alongside Portsmouth and Colchester.
  • Coventry have been ahead in more games than any other side in League One this season (25 matches).

Doncaster v Yeovil

  • Yeovil have lost just one of their nine Football League meetings with Doncaster, winning seven.
  • Yeovil have won eight league games in a row; the longest-such run in League One this season by any side.
  • Doncaster are winless in three league games (D1 L2), having previously gone six unbeaten (W5 D1).
  • Yeovil's Paddy Madden is the division's top scorer with 18 goals, and has 10 goals in his last eight games. He hasn't failed to score in a game during this run.

Leyton Orient v Crawley

  • The only previous meeting between the sides was earlier this season, when Crawley won 1-0, courtesy of a Nicky Ajose strike.
  • Orient have lost just one of their last six league games (W3 D2 L1).
  • The O's have salvaged the fewest points from losing positions this season (2).
  • No side have conceded fewer goals in the opening 15 minutes of League One games this season than Orient (3).

Oldham v Portsmouth

  • Pompey have won two away games this season, the joint lowest in the division.
  • The Latics have won back to back league games for the first time since November. Prior to that, they had lost four in a row.
  • Portsmouth haven't won a league match in 20 attempts (L15 D5), their worst league run since August 1959 (25 games).
  • Oldham's Matt Smith has scored four in his last five appearances in all competitions.

Scunthorpe v Hartlepool

  • Scunthorpe have won three of their last four league games (L1).
  • Hartlepool's Scott Flinders has been the busiest keeper in the league making 124 saves this season.
  • Hartlepool are the division's lowest scorers with 28 goals but have managed to score in six of their last seven games.
  • Scunthorpe's Akpo Sodje has scored four goals in his last three appearances at Glanford Park.

Shrewsbury v Stevenage

  • Stevenage have lost eight of their last 10 games in League One (W2).
  • Shrewsbury have won less than half of the 17 games (8) that they've led in at some point in League One this season.
  • On the road, Stevenage have never lost this season when they've taken the lead (W8 D2).
  • Shrewsbury haven't won back to back league games this season. They did win in their previous fixture against Tranmere.

Swindon v Preston

  • Swindon are unbeaten in 12 league matches (W7 D5) and won their previous fixture despite parting company with manager Paolo Di Canio.
  • The Robins have kept 16 clean sheets this season, the highest in the league.
  • Preston have received the most yellow cards (63) in League One this term, alongside Oldham.
  • After losing just one of their previous seven league games away from home, Preston have now lost two on the bounce.







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