League One Opta Facts – March 24
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Brentford v Rochdale
The last six clashes between the Bees and Dale, all in the league, have been won by the away team.
Going back further, none of the last nine between Brentford and Rochdale in London have ended in draws (all competitions), with the last one coming back in August 1968.
Brentford have lost their last three league games, scoring none and conceding five in the process.
Rochdale have failed to win any of their last 10 away league games.
Saido Berahinho has scored four of the Bees' last five league goals.
Colchester v Carlisle
Paul Thirlwell has netted in two of his last three meetings with Colchester, including netting the only goal in this season's reverse fixture between the sides.
Colchester have won two and lost none of their last four home meetings with the Cumbrians.
Despite remaining unbeaten at Brunton Park since early September, Carlisle have taken just three points from the last 18 available on the road.
Colchester have drawn their last four league games (two 0-0 and two 1-1), but are unbeaten in eight (W2 D6).
Huddersfield v Charlton
Charlton ended Huddersfield's unbeaten run of 43 league games (excluding playoffs) by winning the reverse fixture 2-0.
Jordan Rhodes has opened the scoring in the last two clashes between the Terriers and the Addicks at the Galpharm.
Rhodes has now scored 32 goals in 32 league games this term, 11 more than any other League One player.
The Terriers are unbeaten in seven league games, winning three and drawing four.
Bradley Wright-Phillips has scored in each of his last three appearances.
Leyton Orient v Sheff Wed
Eight of the last nine meetings between the O's and the Owls in all competitions have ended in home wins, with the other ending 0-0.
Wednesday have failed to score in each of their last five trips to Brisbane Road in all competitions since a 1-0 win there in March 1974.
The Owls have taken more points from their last six games (14) than any other side in League One.
Wednesday have scored 11 goals in four games under new manager Dave Jones.
The Owls have scored two goals in each of their last two league games, with the first being scored by Lowe and the second by Madine on both occasions.
Oldham v Bournemouth
Oldham have scored five penalties in their last five meetings with Bournemouth at Boundary Park combined.
The Latics have won three of their last four home meetings with the Cherries, including the last two.
Bournemouth have scored just three goals in their last eight league games combined.
Oldham have scored exactly once in their last four home league games.
Only one of Oldham's last 10 league games has ended in a draw, with the Latics winning four and drawing five.
Preston v Bury
Bury have scored exactly once in each of their last four clashes with North End.
Despite this, the Shakers haven't won any of their last seven league trips to Deepdale (excluding playoffs).
If the league had started on January 1, Bury would be bottom with just 11 points from 15 games.
The Shakers are winless in 12 league games and have lost six of their last seven on the road.
Preston have drawn their last three home league games 0-0.
Scunthorpe v Notts County
Five of the last six clashes between the Iron and the Magpies have been won by the home team, with the other ending as a draw.
In the last meeting between these sides at Glanford Park, in the Football League Trophy in 2008/09, Scunthorpe scored two goals in second-half injury time to win 2-1.
County have found the net in each of their last eight league games, but have lost their last two.
Scunthorpe have drawn their last four league games.
All three of Scunthorpe's goals in their last four league games have come from Jon Parkin.
Tranmere v Exeter
Tranmere have won their last six against Exeter at Prenton Park, conceding just twice in total in the process.
Going back further, the Grecians have only won two of their 15 Football League trips to the home of Tranmere, drawing three and losing 11.
The Grecians are bottom of the current League One form table with just one point from their last six league games and have lost their last five on the road.
Tranmere are unbeaten in five league games, winning three and drawing two.
Walsall v Stevenage
The 0-0 draw between Walsall and Stevenage in November was the first ever clash between the sides.
Stevenage have drawn five of their last six league games, winning the other.
Just one of Stevenage's last 10 league goals has been scored in the first-half, and that was in the 45th minute against Sheffield Wednesday.
The Saddlers have only lost one of their last eight at the Bescot Stadium, winning three and drawing four.
Wycombe v MK Dons
There have been 12 goals in the last two meetings between Wycombe and MK Dons, with four separate players (two for each side) netting braces across the two games.
The Chairboys have never beaten MK Dons at Adams Park in the league, drawing one and losing two of three previous meetings so far.
Wycombe have drawn fewer games (one) than any other League One side in 2012.
The Dons have lost just one of their last eight league games, winning five and drawing two.
Since the start of February, only Arsenal (3) and Man Utd (2.8) have scored more goals per game than Wycombe (2.1) across the top four divisions.
Stuart Beavon has scored seven goals in his last five league appearances for Wycombe.
Yeovil v Hartlepool
Yeovil have taken the lead in six of their last seven meetings with Hartlepool, but only gone on to win two of them.
The sides have alternated between victory and defeat in their last four clashes at Huish Park. For this win to continue, the Glovers must win this game.
If the league had started on January 1, Yeovil would be in joint-second place on 26 points behind only Charlton (31).
Only league top scorer Jordan Rhodes (13) has scored more League One goals this calendar year than Yeovil's Andy Williams (12).
Pool have now gone 410 minutes of league football without scoring a goal.