League Two Opta Facts - April 23
Accrington v York
Accrington have won both meetings against York in all competitions this season (one league, one FA Cup), after failing to win any of the previous six (D4 L2).
The Minstermen are unbeaten in three league visits to Accrington (W1 D2), scoring on each trip.
Josh Windass has scored in three consecutive games against York in all competitions.
With anything less than a victory at the Crown Ground, York’s relegation from League Two will be confirmed (if Newport avoid defeat at Luton, York will be relegated regardless).
AFC Wimbledon v Leyton Orient
These two sides have met just once before, with the Dons securing a 1-1 draw in the reverse fixture thanks to an 80th minute equaliser courtesy of Adebayo Akinfenwa.
Indeed, Orient scored with their only shot on target against Wimbledon, with the O’s going down to 10 men when John Marquis saw red.
Lyle Taylor has scored five of Wimbledon’s last seven league goals.
The O’s lost their last away game at Barnet, while they haven’t lost back-to-back away trips in the league since April 2015 (when they were in League One).
Bristol Rovers v Exeter
Bristol Rovers have won three of their last four home league games against Exeter (L1).
The Grecians have only recorded one league victory on the road against Rovers in the league since October 1931 (W1 D11 L14).
Matty Taylor has scored 12 goals in his last 11 games for the hosts, as many as he scored in his previous 22 games beforehand.
Ollie Watkins has racked up eight goals in his last 10 league games for the Grecians, including goals in each of their last four away games.
Crawley v Carlisle
Three of the five league meetings between these sides have ended level, with one win apiece.
The Cumbrians only previous league win against Crawley was in the reverse fixture back in November, 3-1 thanks to two Charlie Wyke goals and one from Jabo Ibehre.
Crawley have shipped 15 goals in their last six league games – only Morecambe (20) have conceded more during the same period.
Carlisle are the only League Two team to have drawn at least 10 of their away games this season (W5 D10 L6).
Luton v Newport
The home side has won this fixture on each of the last four occasions (all comps), including a 3-0 win for Luton in the exact game last season.
Newport won the reverse of this fixture 3-0 back in November, thanks to a hat-trick from Oliver McBurnie.
The Hatters are currently riding a three-game winning streak in the league, while a fourth would equal their best run of the season.
Newport haven’t won any of their previous eight league games (D2 L6), picking up a league-low two points during this period.
Mansfield v Barnet
Both teams had a player sent off in the reverse fixture, as Mansfield ran out 3-1 winners at the Hive.
Barnet are winless in their last four meetings with the Stags (D2 L2).
Mansfield have scored 13 goals in their last five league games, at an average of 2.6 goals per game.
In their last 13 games away from home in the league, Barnet have won on just two occasions (D6 L5).
Morecambe v Stevenage
Morecambe have failed to win any of their five previous Football League meetings with Stevenage (D3 L2).
The Boro won the reverse fixture 4-3, thanks to a hat-trick from Chris Whelpdale.
The Shrimps have conceded the most goals at home of any League Two side this season (42).
Stevenage’s last five away games have seen them score just twice – no other side in the division has scored fewer goals across the same period.
Notts County v Cambridge
The Magpies have won their last two home games against Cambridge, both by a 2-1 scoreline.
The U’s have won just one of their last six league meetings with Notts County (D2 L3), though it was in the reverse fixture back in November (3-1).
Notts County have the worst goal difference in League Two since the start of 2016 (-19).
Cambridge have kept three consecutive clean sheets in the league, while only four other teams have managed four or more at any point in this campaign.
Oxford Utd v Hartlepool
Danny Hylton has scored Oxford’s last two league goals against Hartlepool, including the winner in the reverse fixture in November.
Pools have won three of their last four league visits to Oxford, losing the other.
No other League Two side has scored more goals than Oxford this season (77).
Hartlepool have scored seven goals in their last six away league games, despite failing to score on four occasions.
Plymouth v Dag & Red
Plymouth have lost just one of their 11 league meetings with the Daggers (W6 D4).
Dagenham have scored just two goals in their five previous league visits to Home Park.
Only Wycombe (38) have conceded fewer goals than Plymouth (41) in League Two this season.
Contrastingly, only Yeovil (38) have scored fewer league goals than Dagenham (39) this season.
Portsmouth v Wycombe
Pompey have never lost in their five previous league meetings with Wycombe, though four of those have been draws.
Wycombe have scored first in three of those four draws against Portsmouth, with the other ending goalless.
Porsmouth have failed to score just once in their last 11 games, scoring 20 in total – only Bristol Rovers (26) and Oxford (24) have more during this period.
The Chairboys have drawn their last four away league games. They’ve not had five consecutive draws on the road since December 1998.
Yeovil v Northampton
The Glovers are unbeaten in their last four home games against Northampton, keeping a clean sheet in each of the last three (W2 D2).
The away side has lost this fixture on each of the last four occasions, failing to score each time.
Yeovil have scored just two goals in their last seven league games, winning only one of those (D3 L3).
Northampton haven’t lost in 21 League Two games (W14 D7). If they avoid defeat here they will set a new club record for league games unbeaten.