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Robert Alexander 16th Sep 2014 - 11:33

League Two Opta Facts 16 September

AFC Wimbledon v Burton Albion

  • AFC Wimbledon have won two and drawn one of their three previous home meetings with the Brewers.
  • Indeed in six Football League clashes between the sides, there has never been an away win (four home wins, two 1-1 draws).
  • No player has been directly involved in more goals this season than Matt Tubbs - six goals and one assist.
  • The Dons have dropped a league-high 10 points from leading positions this season.

Bury v Stevenage

  • Bury have won two, drawn two and lost two of their six league meetings with Stevenage.
  • Stevenage have lost two of their three trips to Gigg Lane, winning 2-1 there in 2011/12.
  • Danny Rose has bagged five goals in his last six games for the Shakers.
  • Stevenage have yet to score in the opening 30 minutes of matches this season. They've also failed to register in the final 15 minutes.

Cambridge v Exeter

  • Cambridge have won six and lost one of their last eight Football League clashes with the Grecians (D1).
  • The last meeting between these sides saw Exeter regain their league status with a 1-0 play-off final win over Cambridge in May 2008.
  • Cambridge have scored eight headed goals this season, three more than any other side.
  • The Grecians have yet to keep a clean sheet in 2014/15.

Cheltenham v Southend

  • Cheltenham have lost their last two home meetings with Southend; the same number of games they lost in their first nine home fixtures against them (W3 D4).
  • Shrimpers midfielder Kevan Hurst scored in both meetings with Cheltenham last season.
  • No side has kept more clean sheets this season than Cheltenham (4).
  • Southend have yet to concede in the opening 30 minutes of matches in 2014/15.

Mansfield v Morecambe

  • Mansfield have won just one of their four previous Football League meetings with Morecambe, losing the other three.
  • Indeed the Shrimps have won 2-1 on both previous trips to Field Mill.
  • Mansfield have lost three of their last five home league games (W2).
  • Morecambe have never kept a clean sheet against the Stags.
  • The Stags have won their last two games on a Tuesday, scoring five and conceding just twice.
  • Morecambe have scored in each of their last six away league games, winning three (D1 L2).

Northampton v Hartlepool

  • Northampton are unbeaten in 24 home league meetings with Hartlepool (W18 D6).
  • Pools have failed to score on four of their last six to Sixfields and have only kept one clean sheet in their last 24 trips.
  • The Cobblers have bagged five goals in the final 15 minutes, a League-Two high.
  • Hartlepool have failed to find the back of the net in six of their last eight matches.

Oxford United v Accrington Stanley

  • Oxford have only lost one of their 10 previous meetings with Accrington Stanley in all competitions (W4 D5).
  • Stanley did win the last meeting between these sides however, winning 2-1 in Oxford back in April 2014.
  • Oxford have scored three goals from the penalty spot this season, a league-high.
  • James Gray has bagged four goals in his last four matches for Stanley.

Plymouth v Wycombe

  • Plymouth have never won consecutive games against the Chairboys; they won 1-0 in the last meeting.
  • After failing to win in their first five trips to Home Park, Wycombe have won their last two there.
  • The Chairboys have recovered a league-high six points from losing positions this season.
  • Peter Murphy has scored with each of his four shots on target in 2014/15.

Portsmouth v Dagenham & Redbridge

  • Portsmouth won both meetings with Dagenham last season; the first two meetings between the sides.
  • Dagenham have scored in 21 of their last 23 away league games.
  • Jamie Cureton has provided five assists this season, more than any other League Two player.
  • Portsmouth have lost their last three league games without reply, this after going 11 unbeaten between March and August.

Shrewsbury v Carlisle

  • There were three goals scored in the final three minutes in this fixture last season, with both sides netting in second-half stoppage time.
  • Carlisle have only won one of their last 10 against Shrewsbury (D4 L5).
  • The Shrews have won their last three games on home soil, they last won four in a row between April and August 2012.
  • The Cumbrians have shipped six headed goals this term, more than any other team.

Tranmere v Newport

  • Tranmere have won six of their last eight league meetings with Newport County.
  • The Exiles have conceded more than one goal in nine of their 11 trips to Prenton Park (two clean sheets).
  • Newport's Mark Byrne has fired in more shots without scoring than any other player (13).
  • Cole Stockton has been directly involved in four goals for Tranmere this term (three goals, one assist), more than any other player at the club.

York v Luton

  • York regained their Football League status with a 2-1 win over Luton Town in the 2011/12 Conference Play-off Final.
  • Indeed the Hatters have won none of their last six against the Minstermen in all competitions (D1 L5).
  • York's defeat to Burton at the weekend was their first in 24 games.
  • Mark Cullen has been directly involved in three goals for Luton this term (two goals, one assist), more than any other player at the club.

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