League One Opta Facts – September 24
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Bournemouth v Hartlepool
Only one of the last 14 clashes between these sides has been won by the away side.
Hartlepool have only lost one of their last 11 league meetings with the Cherries, winning four and drawing six.
Bournemouth are the only League One team yet to record a single draw this season.
Bournemouth have already conceded five goals in the final 15 minutes of games this season; a league-high.
Hartlepool are undefeated in league competition this term. After drawing their first four games, ‘Pool have won their last four.
The North East side are one of two teams (with Preston) who are yet to fall behind on their travels this season.
Bury v MK Dons
The Dons have won three and lost one of their four previous clashes with the Shakers.
The last three clashes between these sides, however, have all been won by the away team.
MK Dons have scored more goals in the second half than any other side in the division (13).
Bury have shipped a league-"high" 13 second half goals this term, however.
Bury have lost their last five league games.
The Dons are the only team in the third tier to have been shown three red cards this season.
Carlisle v Stevenage
The last meeting between these sides, who are yet to clash in the Football League, was the Conference playoff final in 2005; a game Carlisle won 1-0 to return to the big time.
Defender Peter Murphy, who scored the only goal that day, still plies his trade for the Cumbrians.
Carlisle are the only League One side yet to concede a goal in the final 15 minutes of games this term.
Lee Miller has netted five goals in his last five games for Carlisle.
Stevenage have scored more goals in the opening 15 minutes than any other side in the league this season (four).
Charlton v Chesterfield
Charlton won both of the last two league meetings between these sides 1-0, although they did come way back in 1980/81.
The Spireites last victory at Charlton was a 5-2 hammering back in May 1933.
The Addicks have only conceded one first half goal in the league this season, the lowest total in the division.
Leon Clarke has scored five goals in three league games since his loan move to Chesterfield.
Charlton have been ahead in more games than any other League One side this season (eight).
Chris Powell's side are also the only team in the division yet to fall behind in a home game this campaign.
Colchester v Walsall
Colchester won both meetings with Walsall last term without conceding a single goal.
Only one of the last 13 clashes between the U's and the Saddlers has ended in a draw.
Anthony Wordsworth has netted three goals in his last two home games for Colchester United.
The U's are yet to keep a single clean sheet this campaign.
Walsall have lost a league-high nine points from losing positions this season.
On the other hand, the Saddlers are yet to claim a single point from behind.
Huddersfield v Leyton Orient
Huddersfield are unbeaten in five meetings with the O's, winning three and drawing two.
Jordan Rhodes has scored a single goal in each of his last four clashes with Orient.
Huddersfield are unbeaten in 34 league games, the longest run of any side outside the top flight of English football.
Orient are without a win in the league this season, taking just two points from 18 available so far.
The Terriers have won their last three league games at the Galpharm Stadium, keeping a clean sheet in the last two.
Orient have only netted five league goals all season and are yet to net more than once in a single game in 2011/12.
Notts County v Rochdale
Rochdale have won six and lost one of their last seven meetings with the Magpies.
None of the last 10 clashes between the sides have ended in draws.
County have won their last three home league games, they haven't won four on the trot since a run of six successive home wins that secured promotion to this level in March-May 2010.
Ben Burgess has scored in his last two matches for the Magpies.
Rochdale have conceded two or more goals in seven of their nine league games this season, but kept clean sheets in the other two.
Oldham v Brentford
Oldham won both clashes between these sides last term, despite conceding exactly one goal in each.
Brentford are without a clean sheet in seven league meetings with the Latics.
Oldham have found the net in every game since a 0-2 against Sheffield United on the opening day of the season.
The Latics have scored more penalties than any other side in the division this term (three).
Brentford have won their last three away league games, all by the odd goal.
The Bees have scored exactly one goal in each of their last four league games.
Preston v Tranmere
Preston have only won one of their last seven meetings with Rovers in all competitions.
The Lilywhites haven't met Tranmere in league game since 2000/01.
No League One side has kept more clean sheets this season than Tranmere (five).
Preston have won their last five league games.
Neil Mellor has netted a brace in each of his least two league games.
Scunthorpe v Yeovil
Scunthorpe have won their last five meetings with Yeovil.
Yeovil have either scored an own goal or had a man sent off in each of their last three meetings with the Iron.
Scunthorpe are yet to record a league win this season, drawing six of their nine league games so far.
The Iron have scored more goals in the final 15 minutes than any other League One side (five).
Paul Wotton has been shown more yellow cards than any other player in the division (five).
Sheffield Wed v Exeter
Exeter have won each of their last four league meetings with the Owls and are unbeaten in five.
The Grecians' 2-1 win at Hillsborough on the final day of last season was the first meeting between the sides in Sheffield since December 1979.
The Owls have won their first four home league games for the first time since 1983/84, a season that culminated in promotion for Wednesday.
Wednesday have taken more points from losing positions (seven) than any other team in League One this season; they only mustered 12 from behind in the entire 2010/11 campaign.
Exeter are the lowest scorers in the third tier this season, netting just four goals so far.
The Grecians have lost four of their nine league games by a 0-2 scoreline this term.
Gary Madine has scored seven goals in League One this season, two more than any other player.
Wycombe v Sheffield Utd
This will be only the second competitive match between Wycombe and Sheffield United. The Blades won the first 4-1 at Bramall Lane in October 2002 (League Cup).
The Chairboys are the only third tier side yet to score a goal in the closing 15 minutes of games.
A league-high 11 different players have found the net for the Blades this term, only five players have scored for Wycombe.
Sheffield United have found the net in all but one of their nine league games this season.
Wycombe have now lost their last five league games, failing to score in any of them.
The Chairboys haven't registered a single league goal in 490 minutes of football.
If Wycombe fail to score in this game it will set an all-time club record of six goalless league games in succession.