League Two Opta Facts 24-28th January 2013
AFC Wimbledon v Port Vale
AFC Wimbledon have collected only 9 points from their 13 home games this season - the lowest tally in the division.
AFC Wimbledon are unbeaten in their last three league games (W2 D1) - the longest streak this season they've managed without losing.
Port Vale are unbeaten in their last six away league games (W4 D2) and have won the last three on the road in succession.
Port Vale have won all nine away games in which they have taken the lead in this season, while AFC Wimbledon have not won any of 11 home matches in which they have fallen behind (D3 L8).
AFC Wimbledon defeated Port Vale on both occasions the teams met last season (3-2 and 2-1).
Bradford City v Wycombe Wanderers
Bradford are on a run of four league games without a win (D1 L3), a sequence that includes two home defeats.
Wycombe have suffered only two defeats in their last 11 league games (W7 D2), and have lost only one away game in their last five on the road (W3 D1).
Wycombe have yet to score a single goal in the final15 minutes of matches this season - the only side in the division that has failed to do so.
Bradford have won eight of the nine home matches in which they have taken the lead (W8 L1).
Wycombe have lost seven of the nine away games in which they have fallen behind (W1 D1).
Burton Albion v Barnet
Burton have lost only one of their last 12 home games (W8 D3) and are on a run of four straight home wins.
Barnet have lost just one of their last six matches (W4 D1 L1) in League Two.
Burton are tied with Port Vale and Northampton for most goals scored at home this season, with 30.
Only Burton (9) have scored fewer goals away from home than Barnet (10 - tied with Torquay).
In the past four meetings between these two teams, Barnet have emerged victorious on three occasions (L1), including both encounters at the Pirelli Stadium.
Cheltenham v Rochdale
Cheltenham have not lost at home in the league since the 15th September (1-3 v Southend) - a run of 10 matches (W7 D3).
Alongside Southend, Cheltenham have conceded a league-low 12 goals at home this season.
Rochdale have scored the most goals away from home (28) in League Two this season.
Rochdale have picked up just six points from their last 10 league games (W2 L8); only Accrington (5) have won fewer points in their last 10 matches.
In the last two meetings between the two sides, Rochdale have triumphed by a score of 4-1.
Chesterfield v Southend United
Chesterfield are unbeaten in their last six home matches in League Two (W4 D2) with a goal difference of +10 over these games (F14 A4).
Southend are on a run of three successive league defeats, failing to score in all three games during this poor run.
Southend (alongside Rotherham) have gained a league-high 16 points after falling behind in matches this season.
Chesterfield are the only team in the division yet to win a penalty this season.
Dagenham & Redbridge v Morecambe
Dagenham have not drawn in the league since the 27th October, a run of 14 matches (W7 L7).
Morecambe have drawn five of their last eight league games (W1 L2).
If all matches finished at half-time, Dagenham would be 5th in the table instead of 13th.
Dagenham have been awarded a league-high nine penalties, with six of these being given at Victoria Road.
The sides have not drawn in any of their last six meetings, with the last four encounters all ending in a 2-1 scoreline.
Exeter City v Torquay United
Exeter are unbeaten in their last five league matches (W3 D2); while Torquay have not won in six (D3 L3).
Only Burton (9) have scored fewer goals away from home than Torquay (10, tied with Barnet).
Exeter have collected only 16 (35.6%) of their 45 points at home.
The reverse fixture was the last match either side played; on the 15th Jan they shared the points in a 1-1 draw at Plainmoor.
Fleetwood Town v Oxford United
Oxford United are currently on a four-match winning streak, part of an eight match unbeaten run (W5 D3) in League Two.
Fleetwood have won only one of their last five home games (D2 L2) in League Two, scoring just twice during this time.
Only Gillingham (23) have conceded fewer goals this season than Fleetwood (28).
Fleetwood have scored a league-high 13 (38%) of their goals in the last 15 minutes of matches and have only conceded a league-low two (7%) in the same period.
Gillingham v York City
Gillingham have lost five times this season, with three of these defeats coming in their last four home games (the other match being drawn).
York City have recorded a league-high seven draws away from home this season.
York City have won only once in their last six league games (D3 L2).
Gillingham have the best defensive record in the division with 23 goals conceded.
Gillingham striker Danny Kedwell has scored nine of his 10 goals at home in League Two this season.
Plymouth Argyle v Accrington Stanley
Accrington are currently on a run of four successive away defeats in League Two.
Accrington have conceded a league-high (joint with AFC Wimbledon) 11 goals in the opening 15 minutes of games in League Two this term.
Plymouth defeated Morecambe 2-1 in their last league match, breaking a run of six games without a victory (D3 L3).
Plymouth have not lost to Accrington in any of the sides' last four meetings (W1 D3).
Plymouth have lost a joint league-high 17 points after being ahead in matches, with 12 of these points being lost at Home Park.
Rotherham United v Bristol Rovers
Rotherham have not drawn in 11 league matches (W6 L5).
Bristol Rovers have collected the joint fewest points away from home (10), but four of these have come in their last two away games (W1 D1).
Bristol Rovers have the most porous defence in the division with 49 goals conceded.
Bristol Rovers have kept a league-low two clean sheets this season, but one of these came in their last game (3-0 v Fleetwood).
Rotherham have salvaged a joint league-high 16 points after falling behind in League Two this season, with nine of these points coming in home matches.