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Eden Jon 11th Oct 2012 - 17:10

League Two Opta Facts - 13-15 October

AFC Wimbledon v Cheltenham

  • Wimbledon took four points from their two meetings with the Robins last season - their first season together in the Football League.
  • Wimbledon have won two of their last four (W2 D0 L2) having been without a win in the previous six (W0 D1 L5).
  • Cheltenham are unbeaten away from home in the league this season (W2 D3 L0).
  • Wimbledon have shipped 24 goals so far this season - more than any other team in League Two.

Barnet v Plymouth Argyle

  • Barnet have won three and lost none of their last five league meetings with Plymouth.
  • The Bees are the only side in League Two not to have won a league game this season.
  • Barnet's return of seven goals from their first 11 league games is the lowest in League Two.
  • Argyle players have been cautioned 26 times so far this season - the worst record in the division.

Bradford City v York City

  • Bradford have won six and lost none of their last 12 league clashes with York City, although the last meeting was in 1996.
  • York have registered just one win in their last seven league matches (W1 D4 L2).
  • Bradford have conceded just three goals at the Coral Windows Stadium this season. No other team has a better home defensive record.
  • No team have been shown fewer yellow cards than Bradford City (11).

Burton Albion v Bristol Rovers

  • Both teams won a game each last season between the two - with Bristol Rovers winning their home fixture 7-1.
  • Rovers have picked up two wins in their last three league matches (W2 D0 L1), having started the season without a win in their opening seven games (W0 D4 L3).
  • No other side have scored more goals at home this season than Burton Albion (16).
  • Only Barnet (7) have scored less in League Two than Bristol Rovers this season.

Chesterfield v Dagenham & Redbridge

  • Chesterfield have won just one of their six league meetings with Dagenham and Redbridge (W1 D3 L2).
  • Chesterfield are unbeaten in five league games at home (W2 D3 L0).
  • Dagenham and Redbridge are yet to win away from home this season (W0 D3 L2).
  • Chesterfield have played out a joint-high six draws so far this season (equal with Torquay). Dagenham have featured in five.

Fleetwood Town v Wycombe Wanderers

  • This match will be the first league meeting between the two teams.
  • Fleetwood have won six and lost one of their last 10 league matches.
  • Fleetwood have kept more clean sheets than any other team in League Two (6).
  • Games featuring Wycombe have produced 26 goals so far this season. Only Bristol Rovers have seen fewer goals scored (25).

Gillingham v Aldershot Town

  • The Gills have won three of their last five matches against Aldershot in the league (W3 D2 L0).
  • Aldershot have lost their last four consecutive league matches.
  • League leaders Gillingham have conceded just seven times in their opening 11 league games - the best record in League Two.
  • Four of Gillingham's goals have come from the penalty spot - a divisional high.

Northampton Town v Exeter City

  • Northampton have won the last five league meetings between the two and are unbeaten in 13. However their last meeting was in March 2000.
  • Only Rochdale (13) and Port Vale (14) have scored more goals on the road this season than Exeter City.
  • Northampton Town are one of two teams (along with Chesterfield) not to have conceded a penalty so far this season.
  • The Grecians are without a clean sheet in seven league games, conceding 12 goals in this run.

Rochdale v Morecambe

  • Morecambe have never beaten Rochdale in the Football League (W0 D4 L2).
  • Rochdale have won just once at home in League Two this season (W1 D3 L1).
  • Morecambe have tasted victory just once in their last seven league games (W1 D2 L4).
  • Rochdale have only notched up four goals at home this season in League Two; only Aldershot (2) have scored less.

Rotherham v Southend

  • Rotherham's 2-0 win in the last meeting of these two teams ended a run of five consecutive defeats to Southend for the Millers.
  • Rotherham have picked up 12 points from 15 at home this season (W4 D0 L1).
  • The Shrimpers have won just once in their last five (W1 D2 L2), having won the previous three.
  • Players have been sent off in three of Southend's last five league matches.

Torquay v Accrington Stanley

  • Torquay and Accrington have an equal record in their last five clashes, with two wins apiece and one draw.
  • Stanley have won three of their five away league trips this season (W3 D1 L1).
  • A 2-1 defeat to Wycombe in their last league match ended a four-match unbeaten run for Torquay.
  • Torquay have played out a joint-high six draws so far this season (equal with Chesterfield).

Port Vale v Oxford United

  • Port Vale have failed to score only once in their last sixteen league matches against Oxford.
  • The O's are unbeaten in two after a run of six consecutive league defeats.
  • The Vale have scored 25 times so far this season - more than any other team in League Two.
  • Tom Pope has scored 11 times in 11 league appearances this season for Port Vale. It is already his best return from a league campaign (beating 10 from 2008/09).



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