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Jonathan Cordingley 24th Mar 2014 - 21:58

League Two Opta Facts | 25th March

Burton v Wycombe

  • Burton have won their last two league fixtures against the Chairboys, scoring twice in each match.
  • After winning the first three league meetings, Wycombe are winless in two against the Brewers.
  • Burton are unbeaten in their last nine league games played on a Tuesday, winning five (D4).
  • Wycombe have failed to score more than a single goal in each of their last 10 league games played on a Tuesday.
  • Burton have won their last four home league games played on a Tuesday, keeping three clean sheets.
  • The Chairboys have won only once in their last 11 league matches held on a Tuesday (D6 L4).

Cheltenham v Scunthorpe

  • Cheltenham's last home league victory against Scunthorpe came back in April 2004; they've lost twice and drawn once since.
  • Scunthorpe are unbeaten in their last seven league encounters with Cheltenham, winning six (D1).
  • Only Morecambe (37) have conceded more first half goals this season than Cheltenham (28).
  • The Iron have picked up more points away from home than any other team in League Two this season (33).
  • Cheltenham are unbeaten in three at home (W2 D1), having won just one of the previous nine (D5 L3).

Chesterfield v Morecambe

  • Chesterfield have picked up just one win from their 11 Football League matches against Morecambe (D6 L4).
  • Morecambe have never lost away to Chesterfield in the Football League, winning twice (D3).
  • Morecambe have recovered a league-high 32 points from losing positions this season.
  • Chesterfield's Thomas Lee has kept 17 clean sheets this season. No goalkeeper in League Two has managed more.
  • The Shrimps' games this season have produced 101 goals in total (45 scored, 56 conceded); the most in the division.

Dag & Red v Accrington

  • The Daggers have won three of their last four league clashes with Stanley, drawing the other.
  • Accrington won their first Football League meeting away to Dagenham but have not won since, losing twice (D2).
  • The Daggers are unbeaten in six league matches (W2 D4).
  • 30 of the 47 goals that Dagenham have shipped this season have come in the second half of matches.
  • Stanley have thumped in 15 goals with their heads this season, more than any other League Two side.

Fleetwood v Bristol Rovers

  • Fleetwood lost their only previous home league fixture against Bristol Rovers last season (0-3).
  • John-Joe O'Toole has scored in the last two league clashes between the sides.
  • Only Sam Winnall (8) has scored more League Two goals in 2014 than John-Joe O'Toole (7).
  • Bristol Rovers have won just one of their 18 away matches in League Two this season; and that came 10 matches ago (D5 L5).
  • Only Chesterfield (6) have shipped more goals from the penalty spot this season than Fleetwood (5).

Hartlepool v Mansfield

  • Hartlepool have won each of their last three league clashes with Mansfield, keeping two clean sheets.
  • Mansfield have gone nine Football League games without keeping a clean sheet away to Hartlepool.
  • Hartlepool have won all nine home matches that they have taken the lead in this season.
  • Mansfield have won one and drawn three of their last five in League Two (L1).
  • Only two teams (Wimbledon - 1 and Morecambe - 7) have scored fewer goals in the opening 30 minutes of matches than Hartlepool and Mansfield (both 8).

Newport v Bury

  • Newport have never lost at home to Bury in the Football League, winning six (D3).
  • Bury have gone three Football League games without defeat against Newport, drawing twice (W1).
  • Newport have fallen behind on 18 occasions this season, battling back to win just once (D4 L13).
  • Bury are without a win in six League Two games (D4 L2).
  • County have picked up 11 points in 2014; fewer than any other side in League Two.

Northampton v Wimbledon

  • Northampton are unbeaten against AFC Wimbledon, winning four of the five previous league clashes (D1).
  • Wimbledon have failed to score in four of their five previous league matches against the Cobblers; netting a solitary goal in the other.
  • AFC Wimbledon have lost none of the 16 league matches they have led in this season (W12 D4).
  • Northampton have scored just four goals in their last six league games; and never more than one in that run.
  • No side has scored fewer goals in the final 15 minutes of League Two matches this season than Northampton (4).

Plymouth v Exeter

  • Plymouth have won seven of their last eight home league matches against Exeter, winning their last six.
  • Exeter have kept just one clean sheet in their last 17 league encounters with Plymouth.
  • Argyle have won just two of their last seven home games in League Two (D3 L2); although both wins have come in their last three.
  • Only Morecambe (12) have battled back to win more points from losing positions away from home this season than Exeter City (11).
  • The Grecians have the best disciplinary record in League Two, picking up just 35 yellow cards (0R).

Rochdale v Portsmouth

  • Rochdale have never won against Portsmouth in the Football League, losing four (D1).
  • Portsmouth have won their last three league clashes against Rochdale, scoring two or more goals in each game.
  • Rochdale have the best home record in League Two this season, claiming 41 points from 19 games.
  • Portsmouth have conceded 32 goals in the second half of games this season; no side has shipped more.
  • The Dale have netted a league-high 38 second half goals this season.

York v Torquay

  • York have won just once in their last six against Torquay in the Football League (D2 L3), though this came in the most recent clash last October.
  • Torquay have not lost both games against York in a league season since 1971/72.
  • York are the form team in League Two, having won their last five in a row.
  • No side has kept fewer clean sheets this season in League Two than Torquay (6).

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