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Callum Jones 20th Jan 2016 - 21:45

League Two Opta Facts - 23 Jan

Bristol Rovers v Plymouth

  • Bristol Rovers have won consecutive home games against Plymouth in the league after losing three on the bounce.
  • The Pilgrims have scored exactly once in their last six encounters with the Gas (W1 D3 L2).
  • Ellis Harrison scored an injury time penalty to gain Bristol Rovers a point in the reverse fixture in September.
  • Plymouth have won more away games this season than any other side in the top four tiers (9).
  • Bristol Rovers have lost only one of their last nine league matches, winning six.

Cambridge v Hartlepool

  • Cambridge have managed just one victory against Hartlepool in their last eight league encounters (D4 L3). However, that win came in this exact fixture last season.
  • Hartlepool have kept three clean sheets in their last five encounters with United, conceding just three goals in this run (W2 D2 L1).
  • The U's have dropped 11 points from leading positions on home soil this season; a joint-high alongside Wimbledon.
  • Pools have lost five of their last six league matches away from home (W1), including each of the last four.
  • Cambridge's Luke Berry has been directly involved in seven goals in his last 10 appearances (five goals, two assists).

Carlisle v York

  • Carlisle have won just twice in 22 league matches against York (D10 L10), last winning against them in September 2001.
  • The Minstermen have stopped Carlisle from scoring on three of the last four occasions. However, Carlisle netted twice in the most recent league encounter between the sides.
  • No League Two side has dropped more points from leading positions this season than York (19).
  • In contrast, Carlisle have won the most points from losing situations this term (17).

Exeter v Accrington

  • After winning the first two home league encounters with Accrington, the Grecians have lost the most recent two matches.
  • Stanley have racked up eight goals in the last three meetings with Exeter, having netted just six in the previous six.
  • Billy Kee has scored or assisted 39% of Accrington's goals this season; more than any other player at the club.
  • The Grecians have gone six home games without a win, drawing three and losing three.

Mansfield v Luton

  • Mansfield are unbeaten in nine home league games against Luton (W7 D2), winning the previous four in a row.
  • The Hatters have won three of the last six league encounters with the Stags (L3). However, all of these matches have been at Kenilworth Road.
  • The Stags have scored more direct free-kicks than any other League Two team this season (5), while Luton are one of eight sides yet to register in this way.
  • Mansfield have racked up a league-high 344 fouls in League Two this term.
  • Luton have won just one of their last nine matches in league competition (D3 L5).

Newport v Dagenham

  • The Exiles have kept clean sheets in two of the last three league encounters with the Daggers, although both of these games were away from home.
  • Dagenham have won on both league visits to Newport, scoring five goals in the process.
  • Newport have conceded two or more goals in four of their last five league games, shipping 10 in the process. However, they did keep a clean sheet in their last outing.
  • The Daggers have conceded more headed goals than any other League Two side (14).
  • Dagenham have won consecutive away games for the first time since last February. They last won three in a row in August 2008.

Northampton v Morecambe

  • Northampton have lost just once in 13 league meetings with Morecambe (W8 D4). Indeed, they are undefeated in eight league clashes (W5 D3).
  • The Shrimps solitary win against Northampton came back in August 2011, although it was at Sixfields.
  • Northampton have been shown a league-high five red cards; just one short of their total for 2014/15.
  • The Shrimps have won more penalties than any other League Two side this term (9), scoring seven.
  • Six of Paul Mullin's seven goals this season have been as a substitute; a division-high.
  • The Cobblers have netted 14 headed goals this campaign; a league-high.

Notts County v Wimbledon

  • These two sides have met just once before in the league, with Wimbledon winning 2-1 in September.
  • Indeed, the Magpies led for 69 minutes until Wimbledon's late salvo secured them all three points with a 90th minute winner.
  • Prior to their 1-0 win against Crawley, Notts County had conceded two or more goals in their previous eight contests (21 goals in total).
  • The Magpies have shipped more goals in the final 15 minutes this season than any other team (20).
  • Only Bristol Rovers (16) have scored more goals in the final 15 minutes this season than Wimbledon (14).

Portsmouth v Oxford

  • These two clubs have shared the spoils in four of their last six encounters, with both sides winning the other fixtures.
  • The last four league meetings have seen just three goals scored. In contrast, the previous four before this saw 13 netted.
  • Pompey are unbeaten in four league encounters with Oxford (W1 D3), keeping a clean sheet on three occasions.
  • Portsmouth have kept more clean sheets than any other League Two team this season (11).
  • Oxford have lost only two of their last 17 league games away from home, winning 10.

Stevenage v Barnet

  • Stevenage and Barnet have met three times in the Football League, with Boro winning two of the three fixtures (L1).
  • Six of Stevenage's nine Football League goals against Barnet have come in the first half of games, whereas all five of Barnet's goals have come in the second half.
  • No side has kept fewer clean sheets than Stevenage this season (2).
  • Indeed, only Colchester (62) and Charlton (53) have conceded more goals in the top four tiers this season than Stevenage (50).
  • John Akinde has scored or assisted a higher proportion of Barnet's goals this season than any other player (44%).

Wycombe v Leyton Orient

  • Wycombe have won four of the five home league encounters against Orient (L1).
  • After winning three consecutive league games in a row, the O's have picked up just one point against the Chairboys in three league meetings.
  • Jay Simpson has scored 49% of Leyton Orient's goals this season; a League Two-high proportion.
  • Michael Harriman has been directly involved in more goals for Wycombe this term than any other player (five goals, four assists).
  • The Chairboys have drawn a blank in their last two league games; they've not gone three without reply since March 2014.

Yeovil v Crawley

  • Yeovil have lost just once in the five league meetings with Crawley (W3 D1).
  • The Red Devils have scored three goals on their two visits to Huish Park, although they have yet to claim a victory (D1 L1).
  • Crawley have conceded more penalties than any other side in League Two this campaign (7).
  • The Glovers have won just one of their last 18 league contests, losing 10 (D7).
  • Crawley have failed to score in three of their last four matches, losing on each occasion in which they failed to net (W1).




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