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Andrew Tibot 19th Oct 2015 - 12:21

League One Opta Facts - October 20

Barnsley v Walsall

Barnsley have won nine of their ten previous home meetings with the Saddlers (L1).

Walsall haven't kept a clean-sheet against the Tykes in the last 20 meetings, winning just four games and conceding 45 goals since December 1968.

The Tykes have lost their last three league games, all by a 2-1 scoreline.

After shipping eight goals on the final day of last season, Walsall have conceded the same amount in 13 league games this campaign.

 

Blackpool v Millwall

The Seasiders have won their last four home games against Millwall, conceding just one goal.

In the third tier, the Lions have lost just two of 14 meetings with Blackpool, losing none of their last six (W4 D2).

Blackpool have kept three consecutive clean sheets for the first time since October 2013. They've not gone four without reply since September 2002 (a run of five).

Millwall's last four games have produced a total of 18 goals.

 

Bradford v Bury

Five of the last six meetings between the two sides have ended 1-0, Bradford winning three and Bury two.

There hasn't been a draw between the two at Valley Parade since January 1992, with Bradford winning four and Bury two since then.

Devante Cole has scored three of Bradford's last six league goals.

Bury are unbeaten in 15 league away games (W12 D3), winning each of the last four.

 

Burton v Crewe

Burton have lost four of their six league meetings with Crewe (W1 D1).

The Railwaymen have scored an average of two goals per game against the Brewers in six league games (12 goals).

Burton have netted exactly one goal in five of their six meetings.

The Brewers have lost just once at home in the league so far this season (W4 D1).

After losing their opening three away games, Crewe have won two and drawn two since.

Alex have won five more points away from home (7) than they have on home soil (2).

 

Chesterfield v Southend

The Spireites have won six of their last ten home meetings with Southend (D2 L2), but have kept just one clean-sheet in that time.

The Shrimpers have won three of their last four against Chesterfield (L1), keeping clean-sheets in each of those victories.

Chesterfield have lost three of their last four home games (D1), shipping 11 goals in the process.

Southend have won five of their last six in the league, losing the other.

 

Colchester v Port Vale

The U's have won five of their last seven at home against Port Vale (L2).

There hasn't been a draw between the two sides at Colchester since August 1969 - since then, Colchester have won ten and the Valiants five.

After a run of four straight wins, Colchester have lost their last three in the league, shipping 10 goals in the process.

Vale have conceded exactly once in each of their last four away games (W1 L3).

 

Gillingham v Scunthorpe

The Gills have lost their last three at the Priestfield against Scunthorpe after being unbeaten for seven games before that.

The Iron have won their last five in a row against Gillingham, netting 13 goals, and haven't lost to the Gills since March 2000.

Gillingham have scored more goals at home this season (17) than Scunthorpe have in total (15).

Scunthorpe have won their last three league games. They've not won four in a row since a run of six in September 2008.

 

Peterborough v Wigan

The Posh have won just one of their last seven home league games against Wigan (D3 L3).

Wigan have lost just one league game against Peterborough in their history (P14 W8 D5 L1).

Peterborough have failed to keep a clean sheet in eight home games, shipping once four times and three goals the other four.

The Latics are unbeaten in six league games, though four have ended level (W2).

 

Rochdale v Coventry

This is only the fifth meeting between the two sides in league history, with Rochdale winning two of the previous four and the other two being draws.

The Sky Blues have scored one and conceded five in two previous visits to Spotland (four in 1926, one in 2014).

Rochdale have drawn none of their last 18 home league games (W12 L6).

Coventry have kept a clean sheet in four of their last five league games.

 

Sheff Utd v Fleetwood

Sheffield United have won five of their seven matches at Bramall Lane this season in all competitions, losing the other two.

Fleetwood were unbeaten in both meetings last season, winning this fixture 2-1 and drawing at home 1-1.

The last four league games at Brammall Lane have seen the winning side score exactly three goals, with the Blades winning two of these (L2).

The Cod Army have lost their last four away games.

 

Shrewsbury v Doncaster

Shrewsbury have netted just three goals in their last six games against Doncaster, having netted ten in the three previous to that.

Donny have won the last three games against the Shrews, conceding just one goal.

The Shrews have won just one of their last four league games (L3), shipping 10 goals in the process.

Doncaster are winless in seven away games (D1 L6), failing to score in five of these games, and scoring just once in the other two.

 

Swindon v Oldham

The Robins are without a win in four home games against Oldham, drawing two and losing two.

The Latics have lost just one of their last eight games against Swindon (W5 D2).

Swindon have lost six of their last seven league games, drawing the other.
Oldham are winless in 10 away games, though each of the last six has ended level (D7 L3 in total).

 
 
 

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