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Lewis Constable 8th Jan 2015 - 15:42

League One Opta Facts January 10-12

Barnsley v Yeovil
Barnsley have never failed to score in five previous meetings with Yeovil.
The Glovers are yet to win at Oakwell (D1 L1), scoring just one goal across their two visits there.
No side has lost more points from leading positions in home games in League One this season than Barnsley (10).
Yeovil, meanwhile, have won all four games in which they have been leading away from home this season.
Conor Hourihane has scored five goals from outside the box this season; no player has recorded more.

Bradford v Rochdale
Bradford have lost their last two home league games against Rochdale, conceding seven goals in the process.
The away side has won this fixture five of the last seven times in all competitions, with one draw.
The Bantams are unbeaten in four home games (W2 D2), winning their last one. However, they've not won back-to-back home games all season.
Rochdale have gained a league-high 12 points from losing positions this season (joint with Doncaster).
Both sides enjoyed positive results against Championship opposition in the FA Cup third round last week - Bradford drew 3-3 at Millwall while Rochdale beat Nottingham Forest 1-0.

Bristol City v Notts County
The Robins are unbeaten in five league games against the Magpies (W4 D1).
Notts County have won none of their last seven league visits to Ashton Gate (D1 L6), and have lost their last five in a row.
Bristol City have lost just one of their last 18 league games at home (W11 D6).
The Magpies, meanwhile, have lost just one of their last 12 on the road, though this was in their last outing to Bradford (W5 D6).
Bristol City have scored a league-high 19 goals in the first half of games this season. However, Notts County have conceded just seven in the opening 45 minutes - a joint low.

Chesterfield v Port Vale
Chesterfield have scored exactly two goals in each of their last four meetings with Port Vale, including a 2-1 victory at Vale Park back in August.
Vale have won only one of their last 10 against the Spireites (D2 L7), and none of the last five.
Eoin Doyle has had a hand in four of Chesterfield's last five goals at home (three goals, one assist).
Port Vale have won only three of their last 25 away games (D7 L15). However, two of these have come in their last five.
Chesterfield are yet to win back-to-back home games this season.
Vale have not kept a clean sheet in 12 away games.

Crawley v MK Dons
Four of the five previous meetings between these sides have ended 2-0 (two apiece), with one goalless draw.
The Dons are currently unbeaten in six games on the road (W3 D3), the joint-longest current run in the division.
Crawley are without a win in nine games, the longest current run in the division.
MK Dons have conceded just one goal in their last six league games on the road (W3 D3).
Only Yeovil (19) have scored fewer goals than Crawley this season (21), while MK Dons have scored a league-high 48.


Crewe v Gillingham
Crewe have failed to keep a clean sheet in any of their last seven meetings with Gillingham (W3 D1 L3).
The Gills are unbeaten in four league visits to Crewe (W3 D1), and have scored 12 goals in their last five there.
No side has conceded more goals than Crewe this season (41).
Gillingham have won just two of their last 16 games on the road, though both of these victories have come in their last three games.
Crewe are the only side in League One yet to gain a single point from a losing position this season.

Leyton Orient v Fleetwood
The O's last three wins in League One have all been by a three-goal margin.
The 1-1 draw at Highbury Stadium in August was the first ever meeting between these sides.
Leyton Orient have failed to keep a clean sheet in any of their last five home matches.
The Cod Army have won only one of their last seven in League One (D3 L3).
Orient have only lost one of the last 17 games in all competitions in which Kevin Lisbie has scored.

Oldham v Doncaster
The Latics have won just two of their last 12 league meetings with Doncaster, though they did win the last time they met back in August.
Rovers have already won at Boundary Park this season - 1-0 in the FA Cup Second Round thanks to a Genseric Kusunga own goal.
After a run of one defeat in 15 games (in which they conceded 13 goals), Oldham have lost their last three, conceding 13 goals in the process.
Rovers are unbeaten in six away games, keeping a clean sheet in their last two.
Doncaster have won all eight of their games in which they've been leading this season. They've also won the most points from losing positions (12, joint with Rochdale).

Peterborough v Colchester
Kgosi Ntlhe scored and was sent off in Peterborough's 3-1 victory against Colchester back in August.
Colchester have not won any of their last three league visits to Peterborough (L2 D1), last triumphing there in March 2005.
The Posh have won none of their last five home games (D1 L4), and have failed to score in any of their last three at London Road.
The U's have kept a clean sheet in their last two away games in League One, having conceded nine in their previous two games on the road.
Colchester have conceded a league-high 20 goals in the first half of games this season.

Sheffield United v Preston
There have been just three goals scored in the last four meetings between these sides - two 0-0 draws, a 1-1 draw and a 1-0 victory for Preston.
Preston have lost none of their last two visits to Bramall Lane (W1 D1), keeping a clean sheet in both games.
Sheffield United are without a win in five home games. Neither has scored more than one goal in any of these five games.
Preston are unbeaten in their last six league games (W4 D2).
Both of these sides defeated opponents from a higher league in the FA Cup Third Round last weekend - the Blades won 3-0 at Premier League QPR while Preston beat Championship side Norwich.

Walsall v Scunthorpe
Walsall have found the net in each of their last 11 meetings with Scunthorpe, scoring exactly once in each of the last four.
Scunthorpe won 4-1 on their last visit to the Bescot Stadium, in November 2012.
The Saddlers have conceded as many goals in their last two home games (6) as they had in their previous 10.
Scunthorpe are unbeaten in six away games alternating between a win and a draw in each of these. They drew their last outing at Bradford 1-1.
The Iron are the only side in League One yet to be awarded a penalty.

Coventry v Swindon
Coventry have won none of their last eight league matches against Swindon (D3 L5), last beating the Robins back in October 1964.
Both teams have scored in each of the last nine league meetings between Swindon and Coventry.
Coventry's last three home games have all ended in a draw.
No side has won more points on the road in League One this season than Swindon (24).
Eight of Swindon's last nine goals against the Sky Blues have come in the final 18 minutes of play.
Swindon's Nathan Byrne has made more assists than any other player in League One this season (9), while Andy Williams is the top scorer in away matches (10).

 

 
 
 

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