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Simon Gott 17th Jan 2013 - 15:40

League Two Opta Facts 18-19 January 2013


Morecambe v Cheltenham

  • Cheltenham have managed to score in their last each of their last seven fixtures in all comps against Morecambe (W3 D2 L2).
  • On home soil, Morecambe remain unbeaten in the Football League against Cheltenham (W2 D1).
  • The previous meeting this season ended in a 2-0 victory for Cheltenham, with the Shrimps' Kevin Ellison seeing red in the second half and Darren Carter netting a brace.
  • Cheltenham goalkeeper Scott Brown has been the busier than any other GK in League Two this season, making 94 saves.

Accrington v AFC Wimbledon

  • Accrington Stanley have won all three of their previous competitive meetings with the Dons.
  • Stanley striker Padriag Amond has scored in two of the three matches between these two.
  • Wimbledon have lost only one of their last five away games in League Two (W3 D1 L1).
  • On loan striker Paul McCallum has scored four in his last three games for The Dons.
  • Accrington have won just one of their last 10 league games (L8 D1).


Barnet v Fleetwood

  • In the only previous encounter between these two sides, Barnet suffered a 1-2 defeat to Fleetwood back in September - with the Bees GK Graham Stack seeing red in the first half.
  • Barnet are currently enjoying their strongest run of form this season with four wins in their last six (D1 L1).
  • Fleetwood have kept more clean sheets than any other side in League Two this season (12).
  • However, Fleetwood have lost their last two league games and have conceded exactly three goals in both.


Bristol Rovers v Exeter

  • Bristol Rovers have won just two of their last 11 clashes with the Grecians in the league (L4 D5).
  • On home soil, the Pirates have lost just one of their last 24 league clashes with Exeter (W12 D11), although that defeat came last time out, 2-0 in April 2011.
  • Bristol Rovers have received the most red cards this season (6) in League Two.
  • Exeter are unbeaten in their last five league games (W3 D2).


Northampton v Burton Albion

  • The home side have won just one of the seven competitive meetings between these two teams since August 2009.
  • Northampton have won three home games in League Two on the bounce, conceding just two goals and scoring eight in the process.
  • Burton haven't won away in the league since November 7th (P5 L4 D1 since), when they beat Plymouth 2-1.
  • The Cobblers have only failed to score in one of their last 12 league matches.


Oxford United v Rotherham

  • Oxford have won seven and drawn two of their last nine league meetings at home to Rotherham, with the Millers last winning in Oxford back in August 1977.
  • Oxford United are enjoying a rich vein of form, winning their last four in the league and remaining unbeaten in their last eight (W5 D3).
  • Rotherham haven't drawn any of their last 11 league games (W6 L5).
  • The Millers have won their last four successive away games in League Two, conceding only two goals in the process.


Port Vale v Bradford

  • Port Vale's Tom Pope, the league's top-scorer (with 26), has netted five goals in his last five appearances.
  • No side have netted more penalties in League Two this season than Bradford City (5).
  • Bradford have been given a joint-league low 27 yellow cards in their 27 league games this season (two reds also).
  • Port Vale have won four and lost just one of their last five league games.


Rochdale v Gillingham

  • Rochdale have committed 326 fouls this campaign, more than any other side in League Two.
  • The Gills have won their last three away games on the trot, keeping two clean sheets in the process.
  • Rochdale striker Bobby Grant has attempted more shots than any other player (69) with 11 of those resulting in goals.
  • The Dale have lost nine of their last 12 matches in all competitions (W3).


Southend v Plymouth

  • At home, Southend have lost just one of their last 18 league meetings with Plymouth (W13 D4).
  • Plymouth have been given more cards than any other side in League Two this season (51Y 3R).
  • Southend have lost each of their last three league games, without finding the net in any of them.
  • Prior to Plymouth's win against Morecambe last week, Argyle had gone six league games without a victory (L3 D3).


Torquay v Chesterfield

  • The last four league games between the two sides have produced a total of just four goals.
  • Only York (11) have drawn more games than Torquay (10) in League Two this season, while Chesterfield have played out nine draws themselves.
  • Chesterfield have lost three successive league games away from home, netting just one goal in the process.
  • Torquay have won only three points from a possible 18 in their last six league games (D3 L3).


Wycombe v Dagenham and Redbridge

  • Dagenham defeated Wycombe 3-0 at home earlier this season, but the Chairboys had won the two previous league meetings between the sides.
  • The Chairboys have won six of their last 10 league games (D2 L2).
  • The Daggers have been inconsistent of late, winning four and losing four of their last eight league games.
  • Matt McClure has netted three goals in his last four games for Wycombe.


York v Aldershot

  • York City are the only side in League Two yet to have a player sent off this season.
  • Aldershot have scored the fewest goals in the league with just 25 so far.
  • The Shots have lost only one of their last seven league games away from home (W3 D3 L1).
  • The Minstermen have won just one of their last five league games (L2 D2).




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