League Two Opta Facts – 15th September
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AFC Wimbledon v Rochdale
The two sides have never met before.
Since picking up all three points on the opening day of the season, AFC Wimbledon have lost three and drawn one match. They have scored five goals in those four games but conceded 15.
Rochdale have not been victorious away from Spotland in 16 games (D6 L10) and have only hit the back of the net 10 times in that run.
Aldershot v Morecambe
Aldershot have won their last three meetings with Morecambe on home soil, with their last home defeat to the Shrimps coming in 2009.
Aldershot have not picked up a point at home yet this season - and have only won once in their last six home games (D2 L3).
Only once in the last twelve home league games have Aldershot Town failed to score, although that occurred in their last match at The EEB Stadium.
Four of Morecambe's five league matches this season have resulted in victories for the away team. On the other occasion, the match ended in a draw.
Morecambe have won only twice in their last 11 (D3 L6).
Bradford v Barnet
The last three meetings between these two sides have produced a total of 14 goals.
Barnet have enjoyed just one win in their last six matches with Bradford.
Last season, the Bantams bagged four goals in both of their clashes with the Bees.
Bradford City are unbeaten in five at home, winning four and drawing the other. They have only conceded once in that time and scored nine goals themselves.
Barnet have not won since the last day of last season - a run of six matches in all competitions (D1 L5).
All five of Barnet's defeats this season (in all competitions) have been by at least two goals.
Burton Albion v Oxford Utd
Burton have enjoyed just one win in their last seven meetings with Oxford (in all competitions), drawing three and losing three.
Alfie Potter netted for United in both games against the Brewers last season.
Burton Albion have conceded nine goals in their opening five league games, keeping only one clean sheet.
Albion have won three of their last nine matches, losing the other six.
Burton have scored 10 goals in their last six home games but failed to score on three occasions (W2 D1 L3).
Oxford United have won three of their last five, although they have lost their last two games.
Oxford have won two of their last 11 away trips, drawing five and losing four.
Cheltenham v Southend
Marlon Pack has scored in two of the Robins' last three clashes with the Shimpers.
Cheltenham have lost only once in their last five matches (W2 D2).
Southend have won their last three games in all competitions and are unbeaten in three in the league (W2 D1).
The Shrimpers have not lost any game that they've scored in this season.
Cheltenham have only lost one of their last seven league games (W4 D2).
Chesterfield v Wycombe
Chesterfield have lost just one of their last five clashes with Wycombe, winning three and drawing one.
The last three games between the two clubs have produced a total of 14 goals.
In Chesterfield's last two home games against Wycombe, they have scored four goals.
Chesterfield haven't won any of their last seven league matches (D4 L3), although they are unbeaten in their last four (all draws).
The Spireites have only kept a single clean sheet in their last eight home league games, conceding 13 goals.
Craig Westcarr has scored in each of his last two appearances for Chesterfield.
Wycombe haven't won in the league since the opening day (3-1 win) of the season (D1 L2) and the only goal they have registered in those three games was an own goal.
The Chairboys have won only once in their last 12 league matches (D5 L6).
Dagenham & Redbridge
Dagenham & Redbridge have lost just one of their last six clashes with Accrington, winning three and drawing two.
On home soil, the Daggers are unbeaten in their last thre league clashes with Stanley.
Dagenham's last victory in the league was a 4-0 home win on the last day of last season. Since then, they've played out two draws and three defeats.
Accrington's start to the season (10 points from the opening five games) is the best they have had since returning to the Football League in 2006/07. The last time they won three of their first five was in 1957/58.
Stanley have won two of their last 12 away league games, although both wins have come in their last two trips away.
Padriag Amond has scored three goals in his last four appearances for Accrington Stanley.
Exeter v York
The teams last met in the Football League back in April 2003,when Exeter won 2-0 away. Since then York have only suffered one defeat at the hands of Exeter in eight non-league fixtures.
Three of the last four meetings between the two sides (all non-league) have been draws.
Exeter City have won four league games in a row for the first time since April 2011, when they won five matches.
The Grecians' two home league games this season have ended in 3-0 score lines, one win, one defeat.
Jamie Cureton's five goals in his last four games is the same number as he had scored in his last 36 league games.
Both teams have scored in all five of York's games this season.
Michael Coulson has scored in each of York's last three league matches.
Fleetwood v Northampton
The sides have met on just one previous occasion, when Northampton won 2-1 at home in the FA Cup in November 2009.
Fleetwood Town have conceded just twice for far this season, fewer than anyone else in the league.
Fleetwood's Jon Parkin scored his first league hat-trick since a treble for Preston at Elland Road against Leeds back in September 2010 in last weekend's match.
The Cod Army have scored four goals in each of their last two games.
Northampton haven't won any of their last seven away league games (D4 L3).
Alex Nicholls has scored four in four league games for Northampton.
Gillingham v Bristol Rovers
Gillingham have lost just one of their last seven meetings with Bristol Rovers (in all competitions), winning four and drawing two.
At the Priestfield Stadium, the Gills have won their last four clashes with the Pirates.
Both teams have scored in four of Gillingham's five games this season.
The Gills are unbeaten in their last nine league matches (W6 D3).
Bristol Rovers are without a win in seven matches (in all competitions) - drawing two and losing five.
Rovers' last away league win came on 25th February 2012 - nine games ago (D4 L5).
Plymouth v Port Vale
Last season, Port Vale won both meetings, 1-0 at home and 2-0 on the road. Prior to those meetings, the two sides hadn't met since 2004.
In this fixture last season, both sides had a player sent off and one goal was a penalty.
Plymouth have conceded two goals in both of their home games this season.
Argyle have lost only two of their last eight at home in the league (W4 D2), although those defeats have come in the last three games.
Port Vale have lost only once in their last six in the league (W4 D1).
The Valiants have won only one of their last five away from home in the league (L3 D1), however that win game in their last away trip (3-1 win at Morecambe).
Tom Pope has scored more goals than anyone else in League Two so far this season (6). He got four last time out.
Rotherham v Torquay
Rotherham have lost just one of their last six clashes with Torquay, winning two and drawing three.
At the Don Valley Stadium, the Millers have lost just one of their last five clashes with the Gulls, winning two and drawing two, although that defeat did come last season: 0-1.
Rotherham have won six of their last seven league matches at the Don Valley Stadium, drawing the other.
The Millers have scored seven without reply in their last two home league games, but did concede six last weekend away at Port Vale.
After losing their final three league games of last season, Torquay are unbeaten in the last five (W1 D4).
Rene Howe has scored three goals and been booked three times in his last four league matches for Torquay