League One Opta Facts - March 3rd
Barnsley v Coventry
Barnsley have won their last two home games against Coventry, after a run of four straight defeats against them at Oakwell.
Coventry have only failed to score in one of their last 16 against Barnsley in league competition.
The Tykes have won three in a row without reply. They've not kept four clean sheets in a row since December 2004.
Dominic Samuel has scored four goals in his five league starts for the Sky Blues.
Barnsley have dropped a league-high 13 points from leading positions in home games this season. However, Coventry have picked up a joint league-low one point when losing away from home.
Bradford v Crawley
After losing their first three meetings against them, Bradford have won their last two against Crawley.
Crawley have never failed to score in five games against the Bantams, though they've kept just one clean sheet against them.
14 of the 15 goals scored in this fixture have come in the second half.
The Bantams have lost just one of their last eight at home (W3 D4).
The Red Devils won their last away game (2-1 at Swindon), following a run of 14 without a win on the road. They've not won back-to-back away games since March 2013.
Crawley have shipped a joint league-high 12 goals in the final 15 minutes of games this season.
Colchester v Notts County
Colchester have lost each of their last six league meetings with Notts County, conceding 17 goals in that run.
The Magpies have won their last two visits to Colchester, scoring six and conceding none.
The U's have kept just one clean sheet in their last 11 home games.
Notts County have lost six of their last seven in League One, winning the other.
Colchester have conceded a joint league-high six goals from the penalty spot this season.
Fleetwood v Scunthorpe
There have been just three goals scored in three previous meetings between these sides (2 for Fleetwood), with each side keeping two clean sheets.
Scunthorpe won their only previous visit to Highbury Stadium 1-0 in this exact fixture last season.
The Cod Army have scored just 10 goals in the final 30 minutes of games this season, fewer than any other side.
The Iron have kept just one clean sheet on the road this season, and in none of their last nine.
Only the MK Dons (71) have picked up more yellow cards than Fleetwood (66) and Scunthorpe (62) this season.
Leyton Orient v Bristol City
The O's have won none of their last 10 league meetings with Bristol City (D4 L6), last beating them in November 1980.
The Robins have scored at least once in each of their last eight visits to Brisbane Road (all comps).
After a run of three wins in 15, the O's have won three of their last four in League One (L1).
Bristol City have scored 12 goals in the opening 15 minutes of games this season, at least three more than any other side.
Only Luke Freeman (10) has made more assists than Orient's Dean Cox this season (9).
MK Dons v Chesterfield
The Dons have only failed to score in one of their nine previous league meetings with Chesterfield (W4 D4 L1).
The Spireites have lost just once in four league visits to Milton Keynes (W1 D2), though that was their last visit there (2-6 in 2011).
MK Dons have kept a clean sheet in each of their last four home games (W3 D1). They've never kept five in a row in the Football League.
Meanwhile, Chesterfield have scored just twice in their last five away games.
No side has scored more goals (67), home goals (39) or second-half goals (43) than MK Dons this season.
Port Vale v Oldham
Vale have scored exactly once in each of their last three meetings with Oldham.
James Wilson rescued a point for Oldham in the reverse of this fixture, after Tom Pope had given Vale the lead.
Port Vale have won their last three games without reply. They've not won four in a row since September 2010 (a run of five, keeping a clean sheet in each).
Meanwhile, Oldham have lost three in a row without scoring. They've not lost four on the trot since February 2013.
Only the Latics (14) have conceded more goals from outside the box than Port Vale this season (12).
Preston v Doncaster
The home side has failed to win this fixture in the last eight meetings between the two (D4 L4).
Doncaster have won their last two visits to Deepdale, scoring five and conceding none.
Preston have won five in a row without conceding - the longest current winning streak in the division.
Donny's last four away games have averaged four goals per game (scored 9, conceded 7).
Both Joe Garner (5) and Paul Huntington (4) have scored more headed goals in League One this season than Doncaster (3).
Rochdale v Crewe
Rochdale have beaten Crewe twice already this season (League One and Football League trophy), scoring eight goals in the process.
Crewe have won just one of their last eight league visits to Rochdale (D2 L5).
Dale have won just one of their last six games (D1 L4).
The Railwaymen have conceded exactly two goals in each of their last three away games.
Crewe have conceded a joint league-high 12 goals in the final 15 minutes of games this season. However, Rochdale have scored 12% of their goals in that time - a league-low share.
Sheffield United v Peterborough
The Blades have conceded just two goals in their seven previous league meetings with Peterborough (W5 D1 L1).
The Posh have lost all four of their previous visits to Bramall Lane (all comps), failing to score a single goal.
Sheffield United have scored 37 of their 46 goals in the second half of games this season - a league-high share (80%).
Peterborough have won just one of their last six on the road (D1 L4).
Marc McNulty has scored in consecutive games, having failed to score in the nine before that (all comps).
Swindon v Gillingham
Swindon are winless in four against the Gills (D2 L2), conceding at least twice in each of those games.
However, the away side has not won this fixture since December 1986, a run of 14 matches including play-offs (D4 L10).
There has been at least one goal scored in the last 10 minutes in 10 of the last 11 meetings between these sides.
The Robins have only failed to score in one of their last 24 home games.
The Gills have both scored and conceded in each of their last eight away games.
No side has conceded more from the penalty spot (6) or more own goals (5) than Gillingham this season.
Yeovil v Walsall
Yeovil are unbeaten in eight league games against Walsall (W4 D4).
The Saddlers have only failed to score once in seven previous trips to Yeovil.
After a run of seven without a win at Huish Park (D1 L6), the Glovers are unbeaten in four home games (W2 D2).
Walsall have lost three of their four in League One (D1), failing to score in each loss.
Yeovil have scored just one goal in the opening 15 minutes of games, and just two in the 15 minutes straight after half-time.