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Callum Jones 1st Sep 2015 - 14:02

League Two Opta Facts - 5th & 6th Sept

Newport v York

Newport have won three of the last four meetings between the two (L1).

In league meetings, Newport are unbeaten in eight home games against The Minstermen (W4 D4). York's last league win there came in February 1971.

The Exiles have lost five of their last six games (D1), and have recorded just one victory in their last 12 (D2 L9).

York have scored just four times in their last eight league games and never more than once in this run.

The Minstermen are without an away win in five attempts, losing two and drawing three.


Carlisle v Barnet

This is the first meeting between the two sides since February 2006 in which Carlisle won 2-1.

Barnet have won the last two football league games at Brunton Park between the sides (in 2000 and 2005).

Jabo Ibehre has scored seven league goals this season; three more than he recorded in 2014/15.

In contrast, Barnet have netted just three goals in total this term; a joint-low with York.

Carlisle have afforded their opponents a league-high 30 shots on target this season. Unsurprisingly, they've conceded the most goals this campaign (12).


Cambridge v Luton

Cambridge have won just two of their 16 league meetings with The Hatters (D7 L7).

Luton won both of the league fixtures between the two sides last season, although Cambridge beat Luton in the FA Cup Third Round.

Barry Corr has scored with all five of his shots on target so far this season.

The Hatters have picked up just one win in their last 13 away games in League Two (D4 L8).

The U's have kept only one clean sheet in his last nine home games, conceding 17 goals in the process.


Exeter v Leyton Orient

The Grecians are unbeaten in five home league games against Orient (W3 D2), keeping clean sheets in four of those meetings.

Leyton Orient have won just two of their last 16 games at St James Park (D6 L8).

The home side has won this fixture in each of the last four meetings, with three ending 3-0.

Jay Simpson has scored four goals from seven shots on target in League Two this term.

The O's have scored with 25% of their shots this season; the best conversion rate in the top-flight.


Mansfield v AFC Wimbledon

Mansfield have won three of the four football league meetings between the two (D1), conceding just one goal.

The previous four meetings between the two sides in the Conference were all won by Wimbledon (2009/10 and 2010/11).

All three of Mansfield's goals versus Wimbledon last season were scored in the second half.

Wimbledon have found the back of the net in three of their four previous trips to Field Mill in all competitions.

Matt Green has had a hand in three of the Stags' six league goals this season (two goals one assist).

Andy Barcham has had a hand in three of the Dons' six league goals this season (two goals one assist).


Northampton v Dag & Red

Northampton have won nine of the 10 meetings between the two sides (D1).

The Daggers have scored just four goals against the Cobblers in those 10 games.

Northampton have alternated between victory and defeat in their last eight league games at Sixfields; they lost 0-2 to Plymouth last weekend.

The Cobblers have not drawn a game on home soil since January 3rd (14 games ago), when they were held to a 1-1 draw by Southend.

Dagenham have only managed one clean sheet in their last 10 on the road.


Portsmouth v Accrington

Both sides have one win each in the only four league meetings between them (D2). Portsmouth triumphed in two of their three meetings with Stanley in the FA Cup in 1925 and 1959 (D1).

Stanley's one win against Portsmouth in seven meetings came in this fixture last season (3-2).

Accrington's Matt Crooks has been booked in four of his five league appearances this season; the most in League Two.

Gary Roberts has scored with all three of his shots on target in the league this season.

Pompey have faced fewer shots on target than any other side in League Two this season (11).


Stevenage v Plymouth

Stevenage are unbeaten in two games against Plymouth (W1 D1).

There has been a late goal in both games; Deane Smalley's 90th minute penalty gave Plymouth a point in August 2014, while Bruno Andrade scored the winner for Stevenage in the 89th minute in March.

Graham Carey has had more shots on target than any other player in the fourth tier this season (13).

Carey has scored in four of Plymouth's five goals this term, with all four of his goals coming between the 39th and 56th minutes.

Stevenage have won four of their last five league games on home soil (L1).


Wycombe v Hartlepool

The Chairboys are unbeaten in eight games against Hartlepool, winning the previous seven in a row (D1).

Hartlepool have scored one goal in their last four games at Adams Park.

Wycombe have kept more clean sheets (4) and conceded fewer goals than any other League Two side this season (1).

Despite their recent defensive success, the Chairboys have only kept one clean sheet in their last seven at Adams Park.

Pools have won just one of their last six on the road in the league, drawing two and losing three.

Yeovil v Morecambe

Yeovil are unbeaten in nine games in all competitions against The Shrimps (W6 D3), last tasting defeat in a Conference fixture in 1999.

This is the first football league meeting between the two clubs.

No player has more assists in the top four tiers of English football this season than Jamie Devitt (5).

Only Barnet (11) have had fewer shots on target in League Two than Yeovil (13).

Morecambe's last two games have seen 11 goals scored (seven for the Shrimps, four against them).


Bristol Rovers v Oxford

Rovers have won one of their last eight home league games against Oxford (D5 L2).

Oxford have conceded just 12 goals in their last 16 games against The Pirates; they conceded 12 goals in the three games previous to that run.

Oxford have scored in all five league games this season but have only kept one clean sheet themselves.

Four of Bristol Rovers' five league goals this term have come in the final 15 minutes of play.

Michael Appleton's side are now unbeaten in 13 league games, winning seven and drawing six.



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