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Lewis Constable 22nd Oct 2015 - 16:30

League One Opta Facts - October 24

Sheffield United v Millwall
Sheffield United are winless in their last three home league games against Millwall, having won the four prior to that (D2 L1).
Millwall hold just one win in their last seven encounters with the Blades (D2 L4).
Che Adams has netted five times in his last four games for Sheffield United (all comps).
Millwall have won the fewest number of fouls in League One this season (110).
The Blades have won all seven league games in which they've taken the lead this season.

Barnsley v Fleetwood
Peter Ramage scored Barnsley's second quickest league goal of 2014/15 in this fixture last season (4 mins and 13 seconds).
Fleetwood were unbeaten in their two meetings against Barnsley last season, winning 2-1 in this exact fixture in February and drawing 0-0 in September 2014 at Highbury Stadium.
Barnsley have lost their last four league matches, their worst run since losing five consecutively between April and August 2014.
The Cod Army have lost six of their seven games on the road in League One this season (W1)
Marley Watkins and Conor Hourihane have both recorded five assists each this campaign.

Blackpool v Crewe
Blackpool won both meetings 2-1 against Crewe the last time the sides met in the league in 2006/07.
Crewe have never lost three league games in a row against the Tangerines.
The Tangerines are unbeaten in four league games, their best run without defeat since December 2014.
Crewe have netted just 13 times this season, with only two sides scoring fewer than them (Doncaster 11 and Blackpool themselves 10).
Blackpool have seven points in their last three home games - they had collected five in their previous 13 games at Bloomfield Road.
The Railwaymen have scored the most goals from outside the area (7).

Bradford v Wigan
Bradford City have failed to score in their last two league games against Wigan, though this was in 2003/04.
Wigan are winless in six trips to Bradford in the league, last winning there in January 1983 (D2 L4).
The Bantams are looking to win four successive league games for the first time since October 2004 (five in a row).
Wigan are on the longest run without defeat in League One, going seven without a loss (W3 D4).
Max Power has scored in back-to-back league games for the first time since December 2014.

Burton v Port Vale
Burton are unbeaten in four previous home games against Port Vale, though the last three have been stalemates (W1).
Port Vale's last match against Burton ended in a 7-1 win in April 2013, their biggest margin of victory in a league game since 1993 (6-0 v Barnet).
There have been just five goals scored in the four previous league games between the two sides at the Pirelli Stadium.
All four of Port Vale's wins in this fixture have come at their own ground (W4 D3 L1).
This is the first time the sides will have met in the third tier, with all eight previous games being played in League Two.
Of the scorers in Port Vale's 7-1 victory over the Brewers, only Chris Birchall is still at the club.

Chesterfield v Scunthorpe
Chesterfield's only win in their last 10 against Scunthorpe came in this exact fixture last season, winning 4-1 (D4 L5).
The Iron have kept just one clean sheet in their last 10 visits to Chesterfield.
Sylvain Ebanks-Blake has scored three times in his last two league games, having gone six without a goal for Chesterfield.
Paddy Madden's seven goals have won Scunthorpe nine points this season. The only player to win more for his side is Burton's Stuart Beavon.
Scunthorpe's last five goals have all been scored in the second half.

Colchester v Walsall
Colchester's 2-0 loss to Walsall at home in January was their first in six games in which they've hosted the Saddlers.
Walsall have kept successive clean sheets against the U's. They last kept three in a row against them in 2009.
Colchester ended a run of three losses on the bounce with a 2-1 win over Port Vale on Tuesday.
The Saddlers have won more away points than any other League One side (17) and are one of two sides yet to lose on the road with Oldham.
Milan Lalkovic scored and assisted both of Walsall's goals v Barnsley midweek. It was only the second time he'd managed to do this in a league game for the Saddlers (also November 2013).

Gillingham v Southend
Gillingham have been victorious in their last two league games against the Shrimpers, each by a 1-0 scoreline. They last won three in a row against them in 1979.
Southend have failed to score in three of their last four trips to Gillingham.
The Gills have picked up 19 points from a possible 21 at home in League One so far, the best record in the division.
Defeat for Southend here would be their third in a row away from home, something they last did in April 2011.
Gillingham have scored the most headed goals in the division (8) and are the only side yet to concede in this way.

Peterborough v Doncaster
The Posh haven't won any of their last six home matches against Doncaster (D2 L4).
Donny's 2-0 loss to Peterborough in March ended an unbeaten run of eight games against them (W6 D2).
No team has fewer clean sheets than the Posh this season (one, level with Swindon). They have however scored in all but one of their league games this season.
No Doncaster player has scored more than three times in League One this season (Keshi Anderson on 3).
Erhun Oztumer scored and assisted in Peterborough's 3-2 loss to Wigan midweek. It was his first league assist for the club and only his third goal.

Rochdale v Oldham
Rochdale lost both matches against Oldham last season by a 3-0 scoreline.
Jonathan Forte scored in both meetings against the Dale last season, and assisted another goal.
Peter Vincenti has scored in five of his last six League One games
Five of David Dunn's seven games in charge of Oldham have ended in draws, though he did win his first league game midweek against Swindon (L1).
Both teams have scored in Oldham's last 11 league games.

Shrewsbury v Bury
Shrewsbury put five past Bury the last time they hosted them in October 2014, their biggest win of the 2014/15 campaign on the way to promotion.
That defeat was the only time last season Bury were beaten by more than two goals. It was the Shakers' biggest league defeat since April 2010 (5-0 v Notts County).
Shrewsbury have lost four of the last five league games (W1) and have conceded at least two goals in each of those five matches.
Bury's Chris Hussey is the leading assist maker in League One (7).
The Shrews have lost six of their last eight home league matches (W2).

Swindon v Coventry
Swindon haven't lost any of the last nine league matches they've played against the Sky Blues (W6 D3).
Coventry's last league win in Swindon came in December 1960, drawing three and losing four since then.
Swindon have lost their last four league games. They last lost more in a row in October 2005 (eight successively).
Coventry are looking to keep a fifth consecutive clean sheet, something they last did in October 2001.
The Robins hold just one clean sheet in their last 20 league matches.



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