League One Opta Facts – March 10th
League One Opta Facts - March 10
Brentford v Sheffield United
The Blades have won their last two at Griffin Park, but haven't played there since September 1988.
Despite this, United haven't kept a clean sheet in any of their last six trips to the home of the Bees, a run that stretches back to September 1952.
Brentford are unbeaten in seven at Griffin Park.
None of Sheffield United's last 18 league games have ended in draws.
Carlisle v Bury
Carlisle have won their last six against Bury in all competitions, keeping a clean sheet in each of their last four.
Overall the Shakers are without a win in eight against the Cumbrians, though their last win over Carlisle was a 2-1 victory at Brunton Park back in November 2002.
Carlisle are unbeaten in 13 home league games, the longest current run of its kind in League One.
Bury have now gone 16 games in League One without a clean sheet, the third longest run of any side in the division all season (longest; Chesterfield - 19).
Charlton v Notts County
Charlton have won their last six league games at home to the Magpies, a run that stretches back to September 1984.
County have failed to even score on their last two trips to the Valley, and haven't scored more than once in a league match there since August 1975.
Charlton have gained six more points on the road this season (42) than they have at the Valley (36).
Notts County have taken more points from their last six games than any other League One team (13).
Huddersfield v Rochdale
Rochdale have scored exactly one goal on their last six trips to the home of Huddersfield, though their only win in that run was in the League Cup in August 2001 (1-0).
Dale have netted in the 89th minute or later in their last three encounters with the Terriers.
Rochdale are without a win in nine on road.
The Terriers have only lost one of their last eight home league games, but that was against playoff rivals Sheffield United.
MK Dons v Exeter
Jabo Ibhere has netted in each of the last two clashes between MK Dons and Exeter.
Exeter have never won at the home of the MK Dons, losing three and drawing one of four trips there so far.
Exeter have lost their last four league games away from St James Park.
MK Dons had scored in 12 successive league games before their 0-1 defeat at home to Yeovil on Tuesday.
Oldham v Yeovil
Yeovil are unbeaten in three trips to Boundary Park, winning one and drawing two 0-0.
Both sides scored a penalty in this season's reverse fixture, a game Yeovil won 3-1.
Yeovil have scored in their last nine league games, the longest run of its kind in the third tier.
The Glovers may have scored in their last nine league games, but have only kept one clean sheet in that run.
Preston v Scunthorpe
Ian Hume has scored on his last two appearances against the Iron.
The last two clashes between PNE and Scunthorpe at Deepdale have ended 3-2 (one in favour of either side).
Preston have kept three consecutive clean sheets at Deepdale, but have scored just once themselves in this run.
The Iron have scored as many goals in their last two games (six) than they managed in their previous six.
Sheff Wed v Bournemouth
The Owls have never beaten Bournemouth in seven previous league clashes, drawing three and losing four.
Only against Mansfield (eight) have Sheffield Wednesday played more often in the league without winning than Bournemouth (seven).
The Owls current run of seven wins without a win against Bournemouth is only beaten by runs of eight without a win against Mansfield and Luton Town.
Bournemouth have lost their last four league games, scoring just one goal in the process.
Stevenage v Chesterfield
Chesterfield have never tasted defeat against Stevenage, winning one and drawing two of their three previous Football League meetings.
Stevenage have lost fewer points from losing positions than any other team in League One this term (four).
The Spireites have managed consecutive clean sheets for only the second time this term.
Stevenage have failed to win any of their last four league games, their joint-worst run of the campaign.
Tranmere v Leyton Orient
The last three meetings between Tranmere and Leyton Orient have all been won by the visiting side.
Three of the last five meetings between Rovers and Orient at Prenton Park have ended in draws, with either side picking up one win apiece.
Tranmere have now drawn their last five league games Prenton Park, the last three all 1-1.
Orient have scored and conceded in each of their last five league games, but have only won one of their last six.
Walsall v Hartlepool
Walsall have won their last two home meetings with Hartlepool, scoring eight and conceding three in the process.
There were two goals in the opening five minutes (one from the penalty spot) and two red cards shown in this season's reverse fixture (1-1).
The Saddlers are unbeaten in five league games, taking 11 points from the 15 on offer.
Pool have conceded exactly one goal in each of their last three league games.
Wycombe v Colchester
Both meetings between Wycombe and Colchester so far this season, one in the league and one in the League Cup, have ended in score draws.
Both sides have scored in each of the last four clashes between the Chairboys and the U's at Adams Park.
Wycombe's games have seen 118 goals this season, the most of any team in the Football League.
Colchester are unbeaten in four league games and have only lost one of their last seven.
The Chairboys have only managed three clean sheets this season, fewer than any other side in the division.