League One Opta Facts – Jan 26th
Bournemouth v Crewe Alexandra
Only Swindon (32) have scored more goals at home in League One this season than Bournemouth (26).
Bournemouth are unbeaten in their last nine home league matches (W7 D2) and have only lost once at Dean Court all season.
Crewe have not won an away game after falling behind this season (D3 L5).
Bournemouth have defeated Crewe in each of the last four league meetings between these two sides.
Crewe have committed a league-low tally of 240 fouls this season in League One.
Carlisle United v Scunthorpe United
Scunthorpe have accumulated more than twice as many points away (17) than they have at home (8) this season.
Carlisle have conceded the highest number of goals at home (29), but they have won their last three home games, conceding only once.
Carlisle are unbeaten in their last three meetings with Scunthorpe (W1 D2).
Carlisle have not drawn a League One game since November 6th - a run of 11 games (W4 L7).
Colchester v Walsall
Colchester are currently on a nine match losing streak in League One, the longest-such run seen in League One this season.
Walsall have won four successive league games, conceding only two goals in the process.
Colchester have scored a league-low tally of two goals in the final 15 minutes of matches this term.
Walsall have lost on their last three visits to Colchester United, netting just one goal in this run.
Fabian Brandy scored in Walsall's 1-0 win over Colchester earlier this season and has netted four in his last six apps. He'll be suspended for this match, however, following a red card in his last game.
Leyton Orient v Notts County
Leyton Orient have lost only once in their last five home games (W3 D1) in League One.
Notts County are unbeaten away from home this season (W5 D7) and have drawn their last four away games in a row.
The Matchroom Stadium has played host to the fewest number of draws in the division this season, with Orient's last home match versus Crewe being the first and only of the campaign there.
Only Doncaster (9) have conceded fewer goals away from home than Notts County (10).
Leyton Orient have not lost at home after going ahead (W6 D1), but have lost on all six occasions when they have fallen behind.
Portsmouth v Hartlepool
Portsmouth have currently gone 13 league games without a win (D3 L10) and have collected only one point from their last six home games.
Portsmouth have scored 69% of their goals in the second half of matches, only Tranmere (70%) have scored a higher proportion after the break.
Hartlepool have found themselves behind in 21 of their 27 league games this season, losing 18 of those (W0 D3).
Hartlepool have won just two games and collected only 13 points this season in the league; fewer than any other Football League side.
Preston North End v Coventry City
Preston have not won at home since beating Yeovil on the 29th September - a run of nine matches (D5 L4).
Coventry lost their last away match at Carlisle, breaking a six match away winning streak.
Preston have been involved in a league high five goalless draws this season, but Coventry have been involved in none.
Preston have not lost any of their last eight league games against Coventry (W5 D3).
Coventry have squandered a league-high 23 points from a winning positions, although only seven of these have been lost away from home.
Shrewsbury Town v Bury
Shrewsbury are unbeaten in their last seven home games in League One (W2 D5), with the last three matches ending in a draw.
Bury are currently on an eight match run without a league victory (D4 L4).
Bury have not lost any of their last six games against Shrewsbury (W3 D3) in all competitions.
Shrewsbury have not scored a single goal in the opening 15 minutes of the second half (46-60 mins) in any of their matches.
Tranmere v Swindon
Swindon are on a seven match unbeaten run (W5 D2), during which they have conceded only two goals.
Swindon (14) and Tranmere (13) have kept the most clean sheets in the division.
Tranmere have scored 70% of their goals in the second half; a league-high tally.
Tranmere have not lost any of the 10 home games that they have taken the lead (W8 D2) in; while Swindon have failed to win in the five away game in which they have fallen behind (D2 L3).
Tranmere have not won any of their last five meetings with Swindon (L4 D1), and have failed to score in their last four in a row against them - including a 5-0 defeat earlier this season.