League One Opta Facts – March 4-5
Sheffield United have gone two games without a win against Peterborough (D1 L1), failing to register a single goal in that time.
Posh have never won a league game at Bramall Lane (L2), conceding five and scoring none.
The Blades have won five consecutive matches; their longest winning run of the campaign.
Sheffield United have salvaged just three points from losing positions this season; a league-low.
Britt Assombalonga has scored seven goals in his last 10 games in all competitions for the Posh.
Colchester have lost just one of their last nine league encounters with Rotherham on home soil (W2 D6).
Rotherham have conceded exactly two goals in each of their last four league games against Colchester.
No side has picked up more points from their last 10 league games than the Millers (23 - level with Wolves).
Colchester have gone five league games without a win (D1 L4); the joint-longest current winless run in the division.
Rotherham have gone nine games without defeat in League One, winning seven (D2).
Crawley are without a home win in three against Stevenage in league competition (inc. Conference), losing twice.
Stevenage have scored in each of their last nine league matches against Crawley (inc. Conference).
Stevenage have scored just 13 second half goals this term; fewer than any other side.
Crawley have bagged just 12 first half goals; a league-low.
Matt Tubbs has been involved in each of Crawley's last six goals, scoring five and assisting once.
Coventry have scored 12 goals in their last four league encounters with Walsall, recording three wins in the process (L1).
Walsall have gone five league games without an away win at Coventry City (D2 L3).
The Sky Blues have failed to win any of their last four league games on home soil (D3 L1); their longest winless run of the season.
Walsall have used just 20 different players in league games this season; fewer than any other side in the top four tiers of English football.
Only Preston (10) have kept more away clean sheets this season than Walsall (6).