League Two Opta Facts - April 11
AFC Wimbledon v Oxford
The 0-0 draw in the reverse of this fixture was Wimbledon's first point against Oxford in league football, having lost the previous six against them.
Oxford have scored seven and conceded none in their three previous Football League visits to AFC Wimbledon (W3).
The Dons have dropped 27 points from leading positions this term; the most in the top four tiers.
Danny Hylton has bagged 13 goals so far this season; nine more than any other Oxford player.
Cambridge v Accrington
Stanley's 2-1 win in the reverse of this fixture was the first ever Football League meeting between these sides.
Piero Mingoia scored a brace in that game, his first league goals of the season.
Last weekend, Harrison Dunk has scored Cambridge's quickest league goal this season and the 5th fastest overall in League Two this campaign (54 seconds).
Stanley have conceded in each of their last 14 games on the road.
Carlisle v Dag & Red
Carlisle have lost all three of their previous Football League meetings with Dagenham.
The Daggers have scored nine goals across their three previous league meetings with Carlisle.
Carlisle have shipped a league-high 36 first half goals this season.
On Easter Monday, Jamie Cureton became the oldest player to score a hat-trick in the Football League this season, aged 39 and 222 days.
Luton v Burton
Luke Wilkinson was sent off for Luton in the reverse of this fixture, as Burton won 1-0.
That victory for Burton was the first ever meeting between the two sides.
Burton have conceded just 16 goals in their last 27 games in league competition and never more than once in a match.
The Hatters have lost their last three home games, shipping three goals in each match. They've not lost four in a row at Kenilworth Road since May 2007 (a run of seven).
Morecambe v Portsmouth
Morecambe have never beaten Portsmouth in three previous meetings (D1 L2).
Pompey have scored eight goals across these three games, with Jed Wallace netting three of those.
Only 10 players have got on the scoresheet for Morecambe this season; a league-low.
Matt Tubbs (26) has scored or assisted more goals than any other League Two player this season (19 goals, 7 assists).
Newport v Bury
Aaron O'Connor scored a hat-trick in the reverse of this fixture as Newport won 3-1, his first treble in English league football.
Bury are winless in four against Newport, though three of those have ended level (L1).
The Exiles have netted fewer goals in 2015 than any other League Two team (14).
Bury have won their last five games on the road, keeping a clean sheet in the last four.
Plymouth v Mansfield
Plymouth's last two goals against Mansfield have both arrived in the 90th minute.
Mansfield have won none of their last nine league visits to Plymouth (D2 L7), last winning there in September 1978.
The Stags have recovered a league-low two points from losing positions this campaign.
The Pilgrims are the only side in League Two yet to concede from the penalty spot in 2014/15.
Shrewsbury v Exeter
The Shrews threw away a two-goal lead as Exeter came back to win 3-2 in the reverse of this fixture.
Tom Nichols scored a brace in that game for the Grecians, including a 90th minute winner.
Shrewsbury have won their last five League Two matches, not conceding a goal in the last four.
David Wheeler has scored in consecutive league games for the first time this season.
Southend v Tranmere
Southend have failed to keep a clean sheet in any of their last seven meetings with Tranmere in league competition.
Tranmere have won just one of their last seven league visits to Roots Hall (D3 L3).
Only Jamie Cureton (10) has scored more goals in 2015 than Barry Corr (9).
Rovers have gone 16 games without a clean sheet; the current longest run in the league.
Stevenage v Northampton
Stevenage have had three players sent off across their three previous league meetings with Northampton.
The Cobblers have won all three of their previous league meetings with Stevenage, keeping a clean sheet in each.
Marc Richards has scored six goals in his last six away games for the Cobblers.
Stevenage have scored more goals in the opening 15 minutes this season than any other team (11).
Wycombe v Cheltenham
The Chairboys have won just one of their previous six home games against Cheltenham (D4 L1).
Both teams have scored in five of the six previous meetings between them at Adams Park. The other game ended 0-0.
Wycombe have used just 23 players so far this season; a league-low. In contrast, only Tranmere (46) have used more than Cheltenham this term (41).
Cheltenham have won fewer games in 2015 than any other team (2).
York v Hartlepool
Keith Lowe scored twice as York came from behind to win 3-1 in the reverse of this fixture, their first win in five against Hartlepool (D3 L1).
Pools have failed to score in their last three visits to Bootham Crescent, with the last two ending 0-0.
The Minsterman have picked up just 19 points at Bootham Crescent this season; the worst home record in League Two.
Hartlepool's Scott Flinders has made the most saves in League Two this campaign (148).