League Two Opta Facts - 18 August
Accrington v Mansfield
Accrington have won six of the last seven league meetings with Mansfield (D1), all by a one-goal margin.
Indeed, Mansfield have failed to win any of their eight league games against Stanley since 2006 (D2 L6).
Accrington's one goal this season against Luton Town was from the penalty spot.
Mansfield have not kept a clean sheet against John Coleman's side since their 1-0 win in November 2006.
Wimbledon v Cambridge
Last season's fixtures between these sides were the first Football League meetings between them - one win for Cambridge and one draw.
The U's came from behind to win this exact fixture 2-1 last season.
Both of AFC's Wimbledon's goals this season have come from headers.
Cambridge United's new signing Barry Corr is the current joint-top goalscorer with four goals from his two appearances this season.
AFC Wimbledon have never conceded more than two goals to Cambridge United in six previous league meetings (including National League).
Barnet v Northampton
The Bees won their last home game against Northampton, 4-0 back in 2012. They've not won back-to-back home games against the Cobblers since 1992.
In each of their 10 league defeats to Barnet, the Cobblers have conceded at least twice.
Barnet Town are yet to score a goal this season.
Northampton are yet to concede a goal this season.
Northampton have never beaten Barnet Town in two consecutive games in the Football League.
Crawley v Portsmouth
Crawley had two players sent off in a 3-0 defeat in their only previous home meeting with Portsmouth, back in 2012/13.
The away side has won this fixture on both of the previous occasions it has been played.
All of three of the goals conceded by Crawley this season have been scored in the second half of matches.
Two of Portsmouth's goals have been scored with penalties, the most converted by a side this season.
Gwion Edwards has scored both of Crawley's goals this campaign.
Dag & Red v Exeter
Jamie Cureton scored both of Dagenham's goals against Exeter last season, though both came in 2-1 defeats.
Exeter have lost just one of their 10 league meetings with the Daggers (W5 D4).
Dag & Red have the worst goal difference in the division with -5 (six goals conceded).
Exeter have scored two goals in each of their last three games against the Daggers.
There has not been a goalless draw in this fixture in the Football League (10 games).
Hartlepool v Newport
Both fixtures between these sides ended 2-2 last season - with the away side throwing away a two-goal lead each time.
Newport are winless in six visits to Hartlepool, though five of those have ended level (L1).
Hartlepool have won all three games in all competitions this season, after winning just one of their last seven fixtures last campaign (D3 L3).
Newport County have not won a game this season in any competition (D1 L2).
The Exiles have found the net twice in three of their four games against Hartlepool since returning to the Football League.
Leyton Orient v Stevenage
Leyton Orient are the only side to have won this fixture as the home side in league competition.
Stevenage have lost their last three league games against the O's, failing to score each time.
All 14 goals across the eight meetings between these sides (all comps) have arrived in the first half, with 13 of those coming before the 30th minute.
Dean Cox has scored one and assisted two of Leyton Orient's goal so far this season.
Six of Stevenage's last eight away league games have ended in draws (W1 L1).
Luton v Bristol Rovers
This will be the first meeting between these sides since a 1-1 draw in Bristol in December 2007.
The Pirates have lost just one of their last nine league games against Luton (W5 D3).
Luton are yet to keep a clean sheet this season in all competitions.
Bristol Rovers have not kept a clean sheet against Luton since March 2001.
Morecambe v Wycombe
Morecambe have never beaten Wycombe at home in league competition (D2 L4), scoring just two goals in that time.
Wycombe have lost just one of their 12 league games against the Shrimps (W7 D4), though that was in the last meeting between the sides at Adams Park in April.
Morecambe have won three of their last four league games at home, losing the other.
The league's only own goal this season has been in favour of Wycombe Wanderers.
Oxford v Notts County
The U's have won three and lost none of their last four against the Magpies, though they haven't met in the league since 2006.
Notts County have never kept a clean sheet in 13 previous league visits to Oxford.
All three of Oxford's goals so far have come from open play and in the second half of matches.
Notts County have been shown two red cards in three games this season, including the League Cup.
Plymouth v Carlisle
The Pilgrims have won 10 and lost none of their last 11 home league games against the Cumbrians.
Carlisle's 2-0 win against Plymouth back in April was their first over them in nine attempts (D3 L5).
Gregg Wylde has scored in both of Plymouth's league games so far.
Jabo Ibehre scored a hat-trick for Carlisle against Cambridge, but could only see his side draw 4-4.
York v Yeovil
This will be the first meeting between these sides since April 2004.
Yeovil have won both of their previous encounters with the Minstermen back in 2003/04, scoring five and conceding one.
Yeovil Town have had the fewest amount of shots in League Two this campaign (8).
York City are the only side to concede an own-goal this season.
Yeovil are on a winless run of four games in the league (L4), shipping 11 goals.