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Adam Walker 6th Mar 2014 - 16:03

League Two Opta Facts - March 7-8

Bury v Rochdale

  • Bury have lost each of the last three league games against Rochdale, failing to score in the last two.
  • Rochdale have scored in 12 of their last 13 league encounters with Bury, winning five (D3 L5).
  • Rochdale have picked up 20 points from their last 10 league games; more than any other team.
  • Bury are unbeaten in their last eight at home in league competition, winning three (D5).
  • Rochdale have netted 11 times in the opening 15 minutes this season; a league-high.
  • Scott Hogan has recorded seven goals in his last five league appearances (including two hat-tricks).

Accrington v Chesterfield

  • Stanley have won four of the last five home league games against the Spireites, drawing the other.
  • Chesterfield have failed to score in three of their last four league visits to Accrington.
  • Stanley have netted 12 goals via headers this season, a league-high.
  • Accrington have failed to register a first half goal in six of their last seven league games.
  • No side has kept more clean sheets than Chesterfield this season (15).

Wimbledon v York

  • Wimbledon have won each of the last four competitive encounters against York City, scoring two or more goals in each game.
  • York are yet to claim a single point against Wimbledon in the Football League (L3).
  • York have lost 11 of the 12 games in which they gone behind in this season, drawing the other.
  • Wimbledon are the only side yet to score in the opening 15 minutes of games this term.
  • 79% of the Dons' goals have arrived in the second half; a league-high proportion.
  • Wimbledon are yet to lose in games in which they've led this season; winning 11 and drawing three.

Bristol Rovers v Plymouth

  • Bristol Rovers have picked up just one win from their last nine against Plymouth in league competition (D2 L6).
  • After failing to score in five consecutive league trips to Bristol Rovers between April 1991 and February 1997, Argyle have netted in each of their last five.
  • Plymouth have won their last three league games; their longest winning run of the campaign.
  • Bristol Rovers have failed to score a first half goal in four of their last five matches.
  • Plymouth have netted two or more goals in four of their last five league games, scoring 13 in the process.

Exeter v Dag & Red

  • Exeter have never kept a clean sheet against the Daggers in the Football League.
  • Dagenham and Redbridge have scored exactly one goal in each of their previous seven Football League meetings with the Grecians.
  • Exeter have netted 15 times in the final 15 minutes of matches this season; a joint-league-high.
  • Dagenham are yet to lose in games in which they've led this season; winning 10 and drawing four.
  • The Grecians have kept a league-low five clean sheets this season.

Mansfield v Newport

  • Mansfield are unbeaten in seven home league games (exc. non-league) against Newport, winning six.
  • Newport have failed to score in three of the last four league games (exc. non-league) played at Mansfield.
  • Mansfield have kept two clean sheets in their last three league games, though they've only managed to score two goals in that run.
  • Newport are five without an away win, losing three and drawing two.
  • The reverse fixture earlier this season saw the two sides draw 1-1, with each side receiving a red card.
  • Newport have gone two away games on the road without scoring. Indeed, their longest run without scoring an away goal this season is three games.

Morecambe v Southend

  • Morecambe are yet to lose a league match against Southend, winning six and drawing the other.
  • Southend's only competitive victory over Morecambe came in the FA Cup this season (0-3); the most recent encounter between the two sides.
  • Morecambe have picked up just five points from their last 10 league games; fewer than any other side.
  • Morecambe have recovered 24 points from losing positions this term; a league-high.
  • Only Wycombe (8) have been shown more red cards this season than Southend United (7).

Oxford Utd v Burton

  • Oxford United have won their last three league games at home; their longest home winning run of the season.
  • Burton have picked up just one win from their last seven away league games, losing one (D5).
  • Burton have conceded just one goal in the opening 15 minutes of matches this season; fewer than any other side.
  • Oxford are yet to lose in home league games in which they've led this campaign (W7 D1).
  • Burton haven't scored more than a single goal in matches on the road since October 19 v Chesterfield (2-0 win).

Portsmouth v Cheltenham

  • Pompey have lost just once in their last six at home (W3 D2), winning their last two games at Fratton Park by a goal to nil.
  • The reverse fixture saw the two side draw 2-2, with Jermaine McGlashan bagging a brace; his only double so far this term.
  • Portsmouth have dropped a league-high 24 points from leading positions this season.
  • Pompey have conceded 15 times in the last 15 minutes of games; more than any other side.
  • The Robins are one of three League Two sides yet to receive a red card this campaign.

Scunthorpe v Northampton

  • Scunthorpe have gone 16 home league games unbeaten against the Cobblers (W12 D4); last losing to them in October 1980.
  • Northampton have gone four league games unbeaten against Scunthorpe, drawing the last three (W1).
  • The Iron have gone 18 league games unbeaten, winning nine (D9); the longest unbeaten run in League Two this season.
  • Sam Winnall has scored four goals in his last five games for Scunthorpe.
  • The Cobblers have scored a league-low 10 second half goals this term; five fewer than the next lowest side.

Torquay v Fleetwood

  • Torquay have failed to score in two of their three league encounters with Fleetwood.
  • Fleetwood are yet to lose against Torquay in league competition, winning twice (D1).
  • Torquay have won just 14 points from a possible 48 at home this season; a league-low.
  • Indeed, Torquay have gone six home games without a win, losing three (D3).
  • No side has scored more second half goals this season than Fleetwood (32).

Wycombe v Hartlepool

  • Wycombe are unbeaten in five against Hartlepool, winning the last four (D1).
  • Hartlepool have conceded 13 goals in their last five league matches against Wycombe, an average of 2.6 goals per game.
  • The Chairboys have gone five games unbeaten in the league, winning twice (D3).
  • Hartlepool have dropped a joint-league-low five points from leading positions this season; though all five of those points were spurned in away matches.
  • Hartlepool have scored 11 goals from outside the area in open play this term; a league-high.

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