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Andrew Tibot 1st Apr 2015 - 10:35

League Two Opta facts - April 3

AFC Wimbledon v Northampton

The Dons have never beaten Northampton in seven previous meetings (D2 L5).

Northampton have scored in each of their seven previous games against AFC Wimbledon, keeping a clean sheet on five occasions.

AFC Wimbledon are unbeaten in six league games at home, winning five.

Three of Northampton's last five goals have been scored by Ricky Holmes.

The Dons have lost five of the games in which they've been ahead this season, no side has lost more.

Cambridge v Bury

Cambridge have won none of their last six league meetings with Bury (D1 L5), though they did beat them in their last home meeting in last season's FA Cup (2-1).

The Shakers have scored on each of their last six visits to the Abbey Stadium in all competitions.

The U's are winless in seven home games in League Two (D3 L4).
Bury have won seven of their last eight (L1) conceding just three goals in that run.
Having not won four in a row since April 2011, Bury could now achieve the feat twice in the space of nine games.



Carlisle v Portsmouth

Carlisle have won just one of their last six league meetings with Portsmouth (D1 L4), conceding in every game.
However, Pompey have won just one of their last eight visits to Carlisle in league competition (D2 L5).
The Cumbrians have conceded a league-high 33 goals in the first half of games this season.

Portsmouth have won just one of their last 17 away games in league competition (D7 L9).

No side has conceded fewer headed goals than Portsmouth in League Two this season (5).

Luton v Exeter
The Hatters have scored in 19 of their last 20 meetings with Exeter, netting 46 goals in total.

Exeter have won just one of their last eight against Luton (D3 L4), though that did come in their last visit to Kenilworth Road in March 2009.

Luton are on a run of six straight defeats - the longest current sequence in League Two.

Meanwhile, the Grecians are unbeaten in their last six league games (W3 D3).

No side has scored more own goals this season than Exeter (4).

Morecambe v Accrington

Morecambe have never beaten Accrington in 15 attempts in the Football League (D4 L11), keeping a clean sheet in just one of these games.

Stanley have won four of their last five away at Morecambe (D1), scoring exactly twice in each victory.

The Shrimps have lost their last four home games, their worst such run in the Football League.
Accrington are winless in seven games (D3 L4), conceding an average of two goals a game in that run.

No side has conceded more goals in League Two this season than Accrington Stanley (65).

Newport v Hartlepool

Newport's Andy Sandell has been sent off and scored an own goal across his last two appearances against Hartlepool.

Pools have lost four of their last five away at Newport, winning the other.

The Exiles have kept three consecutive clean sheets. They last kept four in a row in the Football League in 1982.

Hartlepool have won their last four, as many as they had won in their previous 23. They've not won five in a row since September 2011.

Ronnie Moore's side have kept two consecutive clean sheets away from home, having gone 21 games without one on the road.

Plymouth v Burton

The Pilgrims have won just one of their seven previous meetings with Burton (D1 L5).

Burton have never failed to score against Plymouth, netting exactly once in each of their last four.

Plymouth have kept a clean sheet in four of their last five games.

Since Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink took over, Burton have lost just two of their 11 away games in the league (W5 D4), conceding just nine goals and never more than once in a match.

Reuben Reid's last five goals for Plymouth have come away from home. He's not scored at Home Park since January 24th.

Shrewsbury v Dag & Red

The Shrews have lost just one of their nine previous league meetings with Dagenham (W7 D1), winning the last four in a row.

There have been four red cards in the last four meetings between these sides, with two of these being shown to Dagenham's Scott Doe.

Shrewsbury have won their last three league games, scoring eight and conceding just once in that time.

The Daggers have won four of their last five away games, including each of the last two. They've never won three in a row on the road in a single Football League season before.

The Shrews have won seven of the games in which they've gone behind this season, more than any other League Two club.

Southend v Mansfield

Ryan Leonard has scored in his last two appearances against Mansfield.

The last meeting between these sides in Southend saw three red cards, two for Mansfield as the Stags crashed to a 3-0 defeat.

Southend have lost just one of their last 13 at home (W5 D7), keeping nine clean sheets in that run.

Mansfield have scored just 11 goals away from home in League Two this season, fewer than any other side.

Barry Corr has scored four goals in his last four games for the Shrimpers.

Stevenage v Tranmere

Stevenage are unbeaten in their three previous home meetings with Tranmere (W2 D1), with both sides scoring in each game.

Michael Ihiekwe's 90th minute goal rescued a point for Rovers in the reverse of this fixture, his first goal for the club in a 2-2 draw.

The Boro have won three of their last four at home, losing the other.

Rovers have won just one of their last eight (D1 L6), a run that has seen them slip into the relegation places.

No side has scored fewer (3) or conceded more (16) headed goals than Tranmere this season.

Wycombe v Oxford

Wycombe are winless in three at home to Oxford, losing the last two (D1).

The home side has not won this fixture in any of the last seven meetings (D3 L4).

Despite their high league position, the Chairboys have won just one of their last six at home (D3 L2).

The U's have scored just one goal in their last five away from home.

Wycombe have scored a league-high 18 headed goals this season.

York v Cheltenham

York are unbeaten in five against Cheltenham in league competition, though four of these have ended level (W1).

Cheltenham have never lost away at York in league football (W4 D2). They've conceded just two goals in that run, keeping a clean sheet in the last three.

The Minstermen have failed to score in their last three home games, though they've also only conceded one goal in that time.

The Robins have failed to keep a clean sheet in their last 16 away games.

Jake Hyde's last seven goals for York have come away from home. He's not scored at Bootham Crescent since November 8th.



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