League Two Opta Facts - 16th - 17th Jan
Cheltenham V Morecambe
Cheltenham have won their last two home games against Morecambe, scoring five and conceding none.
Morecambe have failed to score in each of their last five games against Cheltenham.
Cheltenham haven't kept a clean sheet in the league since September (a run of 19 games).
Morecambe have won 10 of the 11 league games in which they've led this season (L1).
The Shrimps boast the second-best shooting accuracy in the division (51.8%) behind Burton (52.4%).
Wimbledon V Carlisle
The Dons have lost just two of their last nine at home, though both defeats have come in the last three games (W5 D2).
The two sides played out a 4-4 draw earlier this season, with Carlisle midfielder Kyle Dempsey netting a brace.
Adebayo Akinfenwa has hit the most shots off target in League Two this season (35).
Carlisle have lost six of their last eight league games (W2), losing each of the last three.
The Cumbrians are one of three sides yet to be awarded a penalty this season in League Two.
Bury V Wycombe
Bury have won three of their last five against the Chairboys (D1 L1), keeping a clean sheet on three occasions.
Wycombe are unbeaten in five on the road, winning three and drawing two.
Bury have won the most fouls in League Two (303) while Wycombe have conceded the most (310).
Wycombe have collected 50 points already this season, matching their tally from 2013/14.
The Chairboys are unbeaten in eight matches in League Two, the longest current run in the division (W5 D3).
Cambridge V Newport
Cambridge are unbeaten in three against Newport County in the Football League, winning once (D2).
Newport have scored in seven of their previous eight trips to the Abbey Stadium in the Football League.
Cambridge have scored the most headed goals in League Two (14).
The Exiles have won seven of their last eight league games (L1), winning each of the last four.
Newport have scored the most goals from outside the area this season (11).
Mansfield V Exeter
Mansfield have won three and lost none of their last four against the Grecians.
Exeter have scored just six times in their last 10 matches against the Stags and never more than once in this run.
However, at home Mansfield have picked up just one victory in their last 11 versus Exeter (D6 L4) - March 1998 (3-2).
The Grecians have avoided defeat in each of their last five trips to Field Mill, winning two (D3).
Mansfield have scored exactly one goal in each of their last four home games.
In fact, Exeter have kept a clean sheet in three of those five matches, shipping just two goals.
Northampton V Dag & Red
Northampton have won eight and lost none of their previous nine league clashes with the Daggers.
Dagenham have failed to score in three of their last four away games.
Marc Richards has scored in four of his last five league appearances for Northampton.
Despite keeping three clean sheets in a row, the Daggers have scored just once in six matches.
Matt Partridge is the only player in League Two to concede three penalties this season.
Oxford Utd V Southend
Oxford have failed to find the back of the net in three of their last four at home to Southend (W1 L3).
Southend have won seven of their last nine against Oxford United in league competition (D1 L1).
Danny Hylton is the only League Two player to win three penalties this season.
Southend have conceded just once in their last five games, but scored only twice themselves.
The Shrimpers have claimed just one point from behind this season - no side has won fewer than them in League Two.
Plymouth V Luton
Plymouth have won three consecutive matches against Luton; they've not won four in a row since February 1947.
Luton have lost four of their last five games away at Plymouth, winning the other.
Reuben Reid has been involved in more goals than any other player in League 2 (15), but hasn't scored or set up a goal in his last four games.
The Hatters' last three league games have ended all square.
Luton's Andy Drury has laid on six assists this season, but is yet to score himself.
Portsmouth V Burton
Portsmouth have failed to score in two of their three previous matches against the Brewers.
Burton recorded their first competitive victory against Portsmouth in the reverse fixture earlier this term, thanks to goals from Adam McGurk and Lucas Akins.
Pompey are winless in six league matches, the longest wait in League Two (D2 L4).
Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink has lost just one of his nine league games since taking over the Brewers in November (W6 D2).
Matthew Palmer has played a part in Burton's last four goals, assisting three and scoring once.
Shrewsbury V Hartlepool
Shrewsbury have failed to win any of their last seven at home to Hartlepool, losing three (D4).
Hartlepool have scored in 11 of their last 12 matches against Shrewsbury in league competition.
Shrewsbury are the only side in League Two yet to taste defeat at home (W10 D2).
Hartlepool have failed to score in 12 of their 25 league games this season, more than any other League Two club.
No team in the Football League pyramid has conceded fewer goals at home than the Shrews (3, level with Chelsea).
Tranmere V Accrington
Tranmere have scored 19 goals in their last four league games against Accrington Stanley (4.75 per game), though three of these were played in the 1950s.
Accrington won the reverse fixture in September, as James Gray scored a brace to help them to a 3-2 victory.
Tranmere have conceded more headed goals than any other side in League Two (12).
Accrington have kept only three clean sheets this season, a joint-league low with Exeter City.
Accrington have scored eight times in the opening 15 minutes this season. No side has found the net more often in this period.
York V Stevenage
York were victorious in the first meeting in the Football League between themselves and Stevenage last September, winning 3-2.
Stevenage have either scored exactly twice or none at all in each of their last eight away games.
The Minstermen have collected the fewest yellow cards in League Two (21), but no side has been shown more reds than them (4).
18 of Stevenage's goals this season have come from midfield, more than any other side.
No team has scored fewer home goals than York this campaign (9).