League One Opta Facts March 17
Bristol City v Crewe
Bristol City have failed to score in each of their last three league games against Crewe.
Crewe are unbeaten in four games in all competitions against the Robins, winning three of those by a single goal margin (D1).
However, the Railwaymen have never won away against Bristol City (D3 L7).
Bristol City are unbeaten in their last six league games, winning five.
Chesterfield v Gillingham
The Spireites have won just one of their last six league games at home to Gillingham (D2 L3).
The Gills have scored exactly once in each of their last five away trips to Chesterfield.
Jimmy Ryan scored the winner in the reverse of this fixture in December as Chesterfield won 3-2.
Cody McDonald scored the winner for Gillingham the last time they travelled to Chesterfield, a 1-0 win in February 2013.
Chesterfield have failed to score in three of their last four at home to Gillingham.
None of the last 12 meetings between these sides have ended goalless, with Gillingham scoring in 11 of these matches.
Colchester v Yeovil
The U's have won back-to-back league games without conceding against Yeovil, having gone five without a win before this (D2 L3).
Yeovil are yet to beat Colchester away in any competition (D4 L4).
Colchester have conceded more goals from the penalty spot than any other team this season (7).
Yeovil have lost their last two games by three goals to nil. In fact, the Glovers have failed to score in three of their last four.
Doncaster v Swindon
Doncaster have been beaten only once in their last 12 league games against Swindon (W6 D5).
The Robins have never won a league game in Doncaster (D3 L6), scoring just three times in those nine matches.
Donny have recovered more points from trailing situations than any other League One team this season (17).
Swindon have won back to back games for the first time in nearly two months.
Fleetwood v Coventry
December's 1-1 draw between the two sides was their first ever competitive meeting.
In that match, Coventry mustered 16 shots on goal (including blocked shots), but only three were on target, the same as Fleetwood.
Chris Maxwell is the only Fleetwood player to have played in all 36 games this term.
The Sky Blues have dropped a league-high 23 points from leading positions this season.
Leyton Orient v Barnsley
Leyton Orient have lost their last three league games against Barnsley. They last lost four successively against the Tykes in 1923.
Barnsley have scored in each of their last 12 encounters with the O's.
The O's have won as many home games in their last three (2), as they did in their previous 15.
Last weekend, Conor Hourihane bagged his first goal in 13 games for the Tykes.
Notts County v Rochdale
The Magpies have alternated between success and defeat in their last six at home to Rochdale - they won the last time they hosted Dale in 2011.
In those matches, Rochdale have either scored twice or not at all. Each of their wins has been by a 2-1 scoreline.
Rochdale have scored more headed goals than any other League One team this term (17).
Notts County have won only once in their last 10 at Meadow Lane, losing on eight occasions.
Oldham v MK Dons
Oldham shipped seven to MK Dons without reply in December, their heaviest defeat in the Football League since 1969 against Peterborough (8-1).
There were six different scorers for MK Dons in that 7-0 win - Will Grigg scored twice.
Before that game, the Latics last conceded seven in a league game in March 2002 to Cardiff.
The Dons have put five, six and seven goals past the Latics on separate occasions since March 2009 though all of those came at home.
Oldham have scored in all eight home matches against MK Dons, but haven't kept a clean sheet against them at home since 2008.
Five of MK Dons' seven goals against Oldham came after half-time.
Port Vale v Crawley
After failing to win either of their first two league games against Crawley, Vale have won each of the last three.
Crawley have conceded two or more goals in each of those five matches.
There have been four red cards in five previous league matches between these two sides (two each).
Tom Pope hasn't scored at Vale Park since October, failing to net in six attempts.
Lewis Young became the first Crawley player to assist two goals in a single league game this season as the Red Devils beat Colchester 3-2.
Preston v Peterborough
PNE have won four of their last five league encounters with Peterborough, losing the other.
The Posh have never lost three successive games at Deepdale. Their four defeats there have come in pairs (1975 & 1976 and 2009 & 2014).
Joe Garner scored a brace in this exact fixture last season as Preston ran out 3-1 winners.
In fact, Joe Garner has scored or assisted nine goals in his last seven league appearances for Preston (eight goals, one assist).
Walsall v Sheffield United
The Saddlers have lost just one of their last six league encounters with the Blades (W2 D3).
Sheffield United have scored in each of their last 11 against Walsall, last failing to score in 2002 against them.
Walsall have conceded just four goals in the final 15 minutes this season; a league-low.
However, the Blades have netted 41% of their goals this term in the final 15 minutes (20 goals).