League One Opta Facts - March 21
Barnsley V Preston
Barnsley have won three of their last four games against Preston, though they lost the reverse of this fixture in December.
Preston have found the back of the net in 24 of their last 26 league encounters with Barnsley.
The Tykes have conceded just one goal in their last seven matches (W6 D1).
North End have scored at least once in their last 20 league matches and are unbeaten in nine (W8 D1).
Jermaine Beckford has scored four goals in his last five games for Preston, averaging a goal every 49.5 minutes across those games.
Bradford V Fleetwood
Bradford have yet to lose against Fleetwood Town, winning two (D1).
The Cod Army lost on their only previous visit to Valley Parade back in August 2012 courtesy of a James Hanson goal (1-0).
The Bantams have scored at least once in their last 10 home games in League One, though they're yet to win back-to-back league games at Valley Parade this season.
No side has conceded fewer goals in the opening 30 minutes of matches this season than Fleetwood (4).
Jon Stead scored in Bradford's last outing, ending a run of eight league games without a goal.
Coventry V Doncaster
Coventry saw two of their players sent off in the reverse of this fixture as they crashed to a 2-0 defeat.
Doncaster have lost six of their last eight trips to Coventry in league competition (W2).
The Sky Blues have won their last two league games. They've not won three in a row since November 2013.
Meanwhile, Doncaster have lost back-to-back league games for the fourth time this season, though they're yet to lose three in a row this campaign.
After a run of 14 league games without a goal, Frank Nouble has scored in his last three for Coventry.
Doncaster have won more points from behind than any other team this season (17), while Coventry have dropped more points from leading positions than any other side (23).
Crawley V Leyton Orient
Crawley have won four of their five previous encounters with the O's, though they lost the reverse fixture this season 4-1.
Orient scored more goals in their last match versus the Red Devils (4), than in their previous four games combined (3).
The Red Devils have not kept a clean sheet in their last 14 league games, conceding exactly twice in their last three.
The O's have not conceded in their last two games. They last went three without conceding in August 2013.
Only Yeovil (487) have conceded more fouls than Crawley this season (473).
Crewe V Oldham
Crewe have conceded in each of their last 17 matches against Oldham.
Oldham have lost just once in their last eight trips to Crewe, winning five (D2).
The Railwaymen have lost their last two league games, conceding eight goals in the process. However, they've not conceded in any of their last four at home.
The Latics have won just one of their last seven, losing the other six.
In the last eight games that Crewe have conceded, they've conceded more than once. Meanwhile, Oldham haven't scored more than once in their last seven.
Gillingham V Colchester
Gillingham's win in the reverse of this fixture in December was their first victory over Colchester since August 2005.
Colchester have kept a clean sheet in each of their last two matches against the Gills at the Priestfield (W1 D1).
Both of these sides have given away a league-high eight penalties this season, level with Yeovil. Gillingham have conceded six goals to Colchester's seven.
The U's have lost seven of their last 10 games, winning the other three.
Having not scored a goal in English football since November 2010, David Fox has scored in his last two appearances.
MK Dons V Notts County
MK Dons have won six and lost none of their last eight against the Magpies, including each of the last four.
Notts County have never won at the Stadium MK, losing five and drawing one.
MK Dons have lost their last two at home conceding twice in each match, this after a run of four consecutive clean sheets at Stadium MK.
The Magpies have scored just three goals across their last eight games on the road, and never more than once in a match in that time.
The Dons have scored exactly twice the amount of goals Notts County have in League One this season (72 to 36).
Peterborough V Chesterfield
Peterborough have kept only one clean sheet in their last nine home matches versus the Spireites (November 2002).
Chesterfield have won their last three games against the Posh at London Road. They've not won four in a row since October 1976.
The Posh have won their last three home games in League One, as many as they had in their previous 12 at London Road.
The Spireites have scored at least twice in their last four games (W3 L1).
Chesterfield have scored more penalties than any other side this season (7), while no team has scored fewer than Peterborough (1).
Rochdale V Scunthorpe
Rochdale have scored just three goals in their last seven against the Iron and never more than once in a match.
Scunthorpe have won their last four games against Rochdale, keeping three clean sheets in the process.
The Dale have won four of their last five at home, losing the other.
The Iron have kept just one clean sheet in their last 23 matches, though they've never conceded more than twice in that run.
Ian Henderson has scored four goals in his last four games for Rochdale.
Sheff Utd V Port Vale
The Blades have won six of their last eight games against Port Vale (L2).
Port Vale have won just once at Bramall Lane in league competition, losing 11 (D3).
Sheffield United have both scored and conceded in each of their last 10 league games.
The Vale have won their last three away games. They've not won four in a row on the road since October 2012 (a run of five).
Despite having scored the lowest percentage of first-half goals this season (24%), the Blades' last three goals have all arrived in the opening 45 minutes of games.