League Two Opta Facts | Boxing Day
Wycombe have failed to keep a clean sheet in 14 games played on the 26th of December, winning four (D3 L7).
Newport have lost just once in their last five on the road (W1 D3), keeping four clean sheets in the process.
Wycombe have scored nine headed goals this season; a joint-league-high alongside Chesterfield.
The Chairboys have conceded in each of their last nine league games; the current longest run of its kind.
Newport have kept three consecutive clean sheets on the road, drawing two (W1).
Portsmouth have gone six league games without a win on the 26th December, losing four (D2).
Dagenham and Redbridge have gone four games without an away win, losing three (D1).
Dagenham have conceded 11 goals via headers this season; a league-high.
Portsmouth have dropped 17 points from leading positions this campaign, more than any other side.
Torquay have lost just once in their last nine league meetings at home with Bristol Rovers (W3 D5).
Only Northampton (5) have collected fewer away points this season than Bristol Rovers (6).
Only Mansfield (9) have collected fewer points at home than Torquay (11) this season.
Bristol Rovers have kept three clean sheets in their last four league games.
Accrington have won four of their last five home games against York (L1) in league competition (exc. non-league).
York are without an away win in league competition in six games, drawing four (L2).
No side has picked up more points from their last 10 games than Accrington Stanley (20).
York have scored just one goal in the final fifteen minutes of games this term; a league-low.
Wimbledon have kept two clean sheets in their last three home fixtures in league competition.
Southend have won four of the last five clashes (all comps) against AFC Wimbledon, although they lost the most recent fixture in March (1-3).
No side has scored more first half goals this season than Southend (17).
In contrast, Wimbledon have scored just six first half goals this season; a joint-low.
Burton are yet to keep a clean sheet at home to Northampton in the league, conceding seven goals in four games.
No side has picked up fewer points on the road this season than Northampton (5).
Burton have kept three clean sheets in their last five games at home in league competition.
The Cobblers have failed to score in three of their last four away games.
Burton have won both of their previous league encounters on December 26, one of which was against Northampton (3-2, 2011).
Northampton have lost three of their last five away games played on December 26 (W1 D1).
Bury are unbeaten in four against Scunthorpe in the league, winning three (D1).
Scunthorpe have gone four games unbeaten on the road, winning two (D2).
Scunthorpe (16) have gone ahead more times in matches than any other side this season, winning 10 and losing once (D5).
Bury have picked up just one win in their last seven in league competition, drawing four (L2).
Cheltenham have won all eight previous meetings with Exeter.
Exeter have failed to score in each of their last three league games with Cheltenham.
The Grecians are the only side yet to drop any points from leading positions this season.
Cheltenham have gone 10 games without defeat (W4 D6); the current longest unbeaten run in League Two.
Chesterfield have scored 10 goals in their last three games (all comps) against Hartlepool, winning twice (L1).
Hartlepool are without an away win in four league games, losing three (D1).
Hartlepool have scored seven goals from outside the box in open play this season, a league-high.
Chesterfield have kept five clean sheets in their last six league games.
Morecambe have failed to score in two of their last three home games.
Fleetwood won both fixtures last season, scoring five goals and keeping two clean sheets in the process.
Morecambe have salvaged 19 points from losing positions this season, a league-high.
No side has scored more second half goals than Fleetwood (21).
Oxford are unbeaten in their last five clashes in all competitions with Plymouth, winning three (D2).
Plymouth have conceded in nine of their 10 away fixtures this season and are winless on the road in three.
Plymouth are one of five sides yet to receive a red card this season.
The Pilgrims have netted a league-low 16 goals this term.
Only Fleetwood (34) have scored more goals this season than Oxford (32).
Rochdale have won their last four league games against Mansfield, scoring nine and keeping three clean sheets.
Mansfield are without an away victory in six games, losing three and drawing three.
In those six games, the Stags have failed to score in five, finding the net four times in the other.
Mansfield are without a win in 12 in league competition, losing eight and drawing four.
Mansfield have been shown six red cards this season; a joint-league-high.