League Two Opta Facts - August 14-15
Notts County v Mansfield
The Magpies are winless in five league games against Mansfield (D4 L1), failing to score in the last three. However, they did beat the Stags 2-0 in last season's Football League Trophy.
The last two league meetings between these sides at Meadow Lane have ended goalless.
Notts County have won one of their last 11 home league games (D4 L6).
Mansfield have won once in their last 12 away games (D1 L10) and won the joint-lowest amount of away games in League Two last season (3).
Notts County won the joint-lowest number of home games in League One last season (5).
Barnet v Wycombe
Barnet have won just one of their last seven league meetings with Wycombe (D4 L2), though that was in their last meeting in 2012/13.
Wycombe came from behind to beat Barnet 3-1 in the FA Cup last season, as the Bees were reduced to nine men.
Barnet's last Football League home game was against Wycombe in April 2013, a 1-0 win for The Bees.
Wycombe have only lost one away league game in their last 16 games (W9 D6) and won more away games than anyone else in League Two last season (13).
Aaron Holloway has scored in three of his last five games for Wycombe (including play-offs).
Carlisle v Cambridge
Carlisle have lost five and won none of their last eight league meetings with Cambridge.
The U's won both fixtures against Carlisle last season, scoring six goals and conceding none.
Carlisle are unbeaten in their last five home games (W2 D3), their longest run since April 2014.
Cambridge scored the highest number of away headed goals last season (9).
Carlisle conceded the most number of home goals in League Two last season (37).
Crawley v Wimbledon
Crawley have had a player sent off in three of their last four meetings with the Dons in all competitions.
Both teams have scored in all nine meetings between these sides in all competitions (including Conference). AFC Wimbledon have won just two of these games, losing four and drawing three.
There has been four red-cards in the last four meetings between the two sides (in all competitions).
AFC Wimbledon are winless in their last nine games (D6 L3) and haven't won away in 2015 (D5 L7), last winning on the road at Portsmouth on Boxing Day 2014.
The Dons won the second joint-lowest number of away games in League Two last season (4), the same as relegated clubs Tranmere and Cheltenham.
Dag & Red v Leyton Orient
Of the 11 previous meetings between these sides, only two have come in league competition with the Daggers winning 2-0 at home in 2010/11, drawing the other.
The O's won on their last visit to Dagenham - 2-0 in the Football League Trophy last season.
Dagenham & Redbridge have kept three home clean-sheets in a row - they haven't kept four in a row since December 2012.
Leyton Orient have won only one of their last seven away games (D2 L4) conceding 12 goals in the process.
Dagenham & Redbridge lost the joint-highest number of home games in League Two in 2014/15 (11).
Luton v Oxford
Luton are unbeaten in their last 11 league meetings with Oxford (W7 D4).
Indeed, Oxford are winless in seven league visits to Kenilworth Road (D2 L5), shipping 21 goals in the process.
Luton have won just four of their last 17 league games (D2 L11).
Oxford have won three and lost none of their last four away league games.
The U's have kept a clean sheet in their last three games on the road - they haven't gone four without conceding since January 2012.
Morecambe v Accrington
Morecambe have never beaten Accrington in the Football League (D5 L11).
Stanley have only failed to score in one of their 16 games with Morecambe in the top four tiers.
Accrington conceded the highest number of away League Two goals last season (45).
Morecambe have won just three of their last 13 home games (D4 L6), though two of those wins have come in the last three games.
Accrington kept just one away clean-sheet in League Two last season, the lowest in the league.
Newport v Stevenage
Newport had a player sent off in the 90th minute in both of their games against Stevenage last season.
The first league meetings between these sides were last season, with the home side winning each time.
Newport have won one home game in their last 10 (D3 L6).
Stevenage have lost just one of their last eight away games (W2 D5).
Seven of the Exiles' last eight league goals have come in the second half.
Northampton v Exeter
The Cobblers have won nine of their last 11 league games against Exeter (L2).
The Grecians have failed to score in their last three meetings with Northampton.
Northampton have won eight of their last 11 home games (L3).
Exeter have lost three away games in a row - they haven't lost four since they lost nine in a row on their way to relegation from League One in April 2012.
Northampton drew the least amount of home games in League Two last season (2).
Plymouth v Portsmouth
Plymouth have scored in each of their last eight games against Portsmouth. However, they've won only two of those (D3 L3).
Pompey have alternated between drawing and losing across their last four trips to Plymouth, losing 3-0 there last season.
Plymouth conceded the least number of home goals in League Two last season for a club not to be promoted (14).
Portsmouth won the joint-lowest amount of away games in League Two last season (3).
Despite their poor away record, Portsmouth were the only team in League Two to score six goals in an away game last season, winning 6-2 at Cambridge.
Yeovil v Bristol Rovers
Yeovil have lost their last three league meetings with Bristol Rovers, scoring just once. However, they did beat the Pirates in the most recent clash between the two, 3-0 in the 2012/13 FL Trophy.
Bristol Rovers are unbeaten in their last four visits to Huish Park (W2 D2).
Yeovil won the joint-lowest amount of home games in League One last season (5).
Bristol Rovers have won just two of their most recent 26 Football League away games between April 2013 and April 2014 (D10 L14).
The Glovers scored the lowest number of home goals in League One last season (17).
York v Hartlepool
York are unbeaten in their last nine home league meetings with Pools (W4 D5), keeping a clean sheet in the last four.
Hartlepool lost both fixtures against York last season, with all four goals they conceded coming in the second half.
York drew 0-0 at home more than any other League Two club last season (6).
Hartlepool conceded the second-highest number of away goals in League Two last season (40), with goalkeeper Scott Flinders - now of York - conceding all 40.
Hartlepool haven't won their opening two games in a Football League season since 2002