League Two Opta Facts: 10/11 Oct
Barnet v Accrington
- Barnet have won just one of their last five matches in League Two against Accrington Stanley (D2 L2).
- Accrington have won just one of their last six visits to Barnet in the Football League (L2 D3).
- Accrington Stanley have scored a joint-league-high three penalties so far this season (Exeter also on three), with Josh Windass netting each one.
- Indeed, Josh Windass has bagged four goals in his last four games for Stanley.
- The Bees are unbeaten in their last four on home soil, winning three.
Cambridge v Portsmouth
- Cambridge have lost three of their last four home matches against Portsmouth in the Football League (D1) and were beaten 6-2 by them in this exact fixture last season.
- Pompey have won seven of the last eight Football League clashes with the U's, drawing the other.
- Pompey have restricted their opponents to just 27 shots on target this season; fewer than any other League Two team.
- The U's have won only one of their last eight league fixtures (D4 L3).
- Away from Fratton Park, Portsmouth have won four and lost none of their last six league games.
Carlisle v Morecambe
- Last season saw the first two Football League meetings between the two - this exact fixture was a draw, but Carlisle won 1-0 in Morecambe on Boxing Day 2014.
- The Shrimps have never beaten Carlisle in any competition (D7 L2).
- The Cumbrians have won more points from losing positions this season than any other team (9).
- No League Two player has more assists in 2015/16 than Morecambe's Jamie Devitt (7). Indeed, Devitt has equalled his tally for assists in 2014/15.
- Morecambe have scored seven goals in the final 15 minutes this season; a joint-league-high with Luton and Bristol Rovers.
Crawley v Leyton Orient
- Crawley have won five of their six league meetings with the O's (L1).
- Each of Leyton Orient's three defeats away to Crawley in League One came by a single goal margin.
- Dean Cox (10) has been involved in more goals this season than any other League Two player (three goals, seven assists).
- Gwion Edwards has scored five goals from just six shots on target for Crawley this term.
- The Red Devils have lost five of their last six games in league competition.
Luton v York
- Luton have never lost at home in the Football League to York City, winning seven and drawing once. However that draw came last season (2-2 in February).
- York's only Football League victory over the Hatters came in March 1967 (D5 L10). They did however win all three Conference meetings in 2011/12, including the play-off final.
- Luke Summerfield has scored or assisted five goals in his last five league appearances for the Minstermen (two goals, three assists).
- The Hatters have won four league games in a row; they've not picked up five consecutive victories since October 2014 (seven wins).
- York are winless in their last five (D3 L2), shipping exactly two goals in four of those fixtures.
Mansfield v Newport
- Mansfield won both games last season against Newport by a 1-0 scoreline.
- Newport are winless in six Football League games against Mansfield, losing five (D1).
- The Stags are looking to record three clean sheets in a row against Newport for the first time the top four tiers.
- By contrast, the Exiles have gone nine Football League games against Mansfield without keeping a clean sheet
- The Stags are unbeaten in five home league games this season, though four of those have been draws.
- Newport have scored just once away from home this season, but it was enough to beat Carlisle 1-0.
Northampton v Hartlepool
- Northampton put five past Pools last September in this exact fixture, with Marc Richards netting twice in a 5-1 win.
- Hartlepool haven't won a league game away to Northampton since 1969 (D6 L19).
- Northampton Town have netted more headed goals in 2015/16 than any other League Two side (8).
- Billy Paynter has scored three and assisted two more in his last four league appearances versus Northampton.
- Pools have won just once in their last eight league matches, with six of those games ending in defeat (D1).
Oxford United v Wimbledon
- Both of the meetings between these two last season ended 0-0.
- The Dons have scored just once in their last five meetings with Oxford.
- Oxford have been awarded a league-high five penalties so far this season, although they've missed three.
- The Dons have gone 12 games without an away clean sheet, conceding 20 goals in the process.
- Oxford have lost only once in their last 19 league games, winning 10 and drawing eight.
Yeovil v Dag & Red
- This will be the first meeting between the two sides since the 2010/11 season - the Glovers lost both matches in League One that season
- The Daggers have kept just one clean sheet in eight league matches against Yeovil (all comps).
- No League Two team has conceded more goals this season than the Daggers (21) - level with Morecambe.
- Yeovil have failed to keep a clean sheet in 13 of their last 14 league games at Huish Park.
- Dag & Red have won only one of their last 12 games in league competition (D4 L7).
Exeter v Stevenage
- Exeter have failed to score in three of their previous four league games against Stevenage in the Football League.
- Stevenage are unbeaten in four league matches against the Grecians, yet have only scored twice against them (W1 D3).
- Stevenage have conceded more second half goals this season than any other League Two side (15).
- The Grecians have lost just two of their last 11 home games, winning six (D3).
- Stevenage have fielded more players so far this season than any other team (28).
Notts County v Plymouth
- Notts County are unbeaten in three league games v Argyle, this after losing three in a row (W1 D2).
- Plymouth have lost all but two of their previous 10 league trips to Notts County (W1 D1).
- No League Two side has dropped more points from leading positions this season than Notts County (10).
- The Pilgrims have conceded more goals from the penalty spot this term than any other team (3).
- No side has used fewer players in League Two this campaign than Plymouth (18) - level with Leyton Orient and Oxford.