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Callum Jones 17th Mar 2016 - 11:02

League Two Opta Facts 19 Mar

Newport v Bristol Rovers

  • Newport have lost just two of the last 29 league home encounters against Bristol Rovers (W17 D10).
  • However, the Gas have won half of the 10 most recent league clashes (D2 L3).
  • The Exiles have kept a clean sheet in four of the last five home league games, although, they have only score three in return.
  • Bristol Rovers have won four games in a single season for the first time since 1999-00 - a run of six successive wins between November-December 1999.

AFC Wimbledon v York

  • AFC Wimbledon have won six of the seven league encounters between the two sides (L1), scoring two or more in each of those wins.
  • York's only league win against The Dons did in fact happen away from home, with Michael Coulson scoring the winner in a 1-0 victory in March 2014.
  • After scoring 17 goals in the previous six games (W5 L1), Wimbledon have only netted five times in the most recent six (W1 D2 L3).
  • Only Dagenham (22) have lost more games than York in the Football League this season (21).

Barnet v Oxford Utd

  • Barnet have won just once against Oxford in nine league outings, with that win coming last time out for the Bees (D3 L5).
  • The U's are unbeaten on each League Two trip to Barnet (W1 D3), scoring exactly twice on the three most recent visits.
  • No League Two side has kept more clean sheets at home than Barnet (9 - level with Portsmouth), with seven of those clean sheets coming in the last 11 games at the Hive.
  • Kemar Roofe has scored six goals from outside the area; two more than any other player.

Cambridge v Yeovil

  • The five league clashes between these two sides have seen 26 goals (5.2 goals per game), with Yeovil grabbing 17 of them.
  • Cambridge won last time out after losing the four games previous, yet this win came away from home.
  • Indeed, the Glovers have racked up nine goals in the two league fixtures at the Abbey, winning both games by a two goal margin or more.
  • Cambridge have won five of the last nine home league games (D2 L2), with three of those wins coming in the last four games.
  • Yeovil have kept a clean sheet in five successive league games, with the Somerset side winning the each of the last four games 1-0 (D1).

Carlisle v Wycombe

  • Carlisle haven't beaten Wycombe since December 2009 - a run of six games without a victory (D4 L2).
  • However, the results are even in Cumbria, with both sides winning twice and drawing the other three.
  • Carlisle have conceded as many goals in the last four games as they did in the previous 11 beforehand (8).
  • Luke O'Nein is the most fouled player in the division, winning 72 fouls - 11 more than any other player.

Crawley v Hartlepool

  • Crawley are undefeated in the three league encounters between the two clubs (W2 D1).
  • However, Hartlepool gained a point on their travels to Crawley in the league back in April 2013.
  • Crawley have conceded five goals in seven home league games, however, they've only kept two clean sheets in this time (W3 D2 L2).
  • If Pools avoid defeat, it will be their longest unbeaten streak of the season (four games).

Dag & Red v Accrington

  • Dagenham have lost just one of their last eight league meetings with Accrington (W5 D2), though it was in the reverse fixture back in October.
  • Stanley have kept just one clean sheet in those eight games, shipping 14 goals in total.
  • After conceding in 12 consecutive home league games, the Daggers have kept back-to-back clean sheets for the first time since April 2015.
  • Accrington have failed to score in three of their last four away games in League Two.

Leyton Orient v Morecambe

  • These two sides have met each other just once, with Morecambe succumbing to defeat at home in October.
  • Leyton Orient scored from just one of their two shots on target in the 1-0 victory.
  • Orient have kept clean sheets in six of the last 10 league games with each of these shutouts coming with a win (D1 L3).
  • In contrast, the Shrimps haven't kept a clean sheet since January - a run of 13 games, conceding 23 goals.

Mansfield v Portsmouth

  • Mansfield have scored in six of the seven league meetings with Portsmouth, although, the Stags failed to score last time out.
  • Pompey are unbeaten in the last five League Two encounters (W1 D4), with that one victory coming at Mansfield last season.
  • The Stags have failed to score in three of the last four league games, with them on a current run of 275 minutes without a goal.
  • Portsmouth have lost just once on the road in 2016 (W2 D4), including a draw against Championship side Ipswich in the FA Cup 3rd round.

Notts County v Exeter

  • Notts County have lost just one of the last eight home league games against Exeter (W5 D2).
  • However, the Grecians have tasted defeat themselves just once in the last five league meetings with the Magpies (W2 D2).
  • Notts County haven't scored since February - a run of four games with a goal, the longest run since April 2011 (five games without scoring).
  • Exeter have won four of the last six away league games (L2), keeping a clean sheet in each of the last two trips.

Plymouth v Luton

  • Plymouth have won four of their last five league meetings with Luton (L1).
  • Luton won the most recent League Two meeting between these two clubs at Home Park, their second win in the last three league visits (L1).
  • The Pilgrims have conceded as many goals in the last two league games as they have in the previous seven (4).
  • The Hatters have won four of the last five league games on the road (L1), with the Bedfordshire club winning the last two.

Stevenage v Northampton

  • Stevenage won their last home game against Northampton, coming from one nil down to win 2-1 with an injury time winner in April 2015.
  • However, the Cobblers have won the other four league meetings between the two clubs, conceding just once in these victories.
  • The Boro have lost the last four league games and have failed to score in each - never have Stevenage gone five games without scoring in their league history.
  • Northampton are unbeaten since December - a run of 14 games without defeat (W11 D3).



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