League Two Opta Facts – December 26
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Bristol Rovers v Plymouth
Rovers have secured just one win in their last eight league games, drawing two and losing five.
Rovers have netted eight headed goals this season, which equates to a league-high 32% of their total goal haul.
Plymouth have scored exactly one goal in six of their last seven games.
Plymouth are yet to keep a clean sheet on the road this season.
The Pilgrims have shipped 34 second-half goals, which equates to 85% of their total goals against, both league-highs.
Argyle did the double over Rovers in League One last year coming from two goals behind to win 3-2 at the Memorial Ground.
AFC Wimbledon v Oxford United
AFC Wimbledon are without a win in nine league matches, losing six and drawing three.
Wimbledon are the only side in the league yet to keep a clean sheet at home.
Oxford have failed to score more than a single goal in any of their last six away games.
Oxford did the double over Wimbledon in the 2009/2010 season without conceding a goal.
Oxford have failed to win away in five league games, which includes three defeats.
Dagenham & Redbridge v Barnet
The Daggers have never lost at home to Barnet in all competitions, winning six and drawing two.
Dagenham have failed to win in their last 10 matches, with last weeks' draw ending a nine-game losing streak.
Dagenham & Redbridge have not kept a clean sheet for 17 games.
Barnet have conceded 10 goals in the 15 minutes before half time, more than any side in the league.
Izale McLeod has netted a total of seven goals in his last six league games for the Bees.
Hereford v Port Vale
The last three league games at Hereford between these two sides have ended level.
Vale recorded back-to-back league victories for the first time since September against Aldershot last week.
Guy Madjo scored his first league hat-trick last week, his fourth goal in two games for Vale.
Hereford have failed to collect all three points in their last six league matches.
Hereford have not kept a clean sheet in seven consecutive matches.
Aldershot Town v Southend
Southend failed to score against Aldershot last season as the sides met for the first time in 10 years, with the former prevailing at home 1-0 and the game at Southend finishing goalless.
The Shots have netted a league-low nine second-half goals this season.
Southend have failed to score or secure any points in their last two matches after a 12-game unbeaten run.
Southend have netted 17 goals in the last 30 minutes of games this season, a league-high total.
Bradford City v Crewe
The Railwaymen have won four of their last five meetings with Bradford, scoring 11 and conceding five.
Bradford have kept just one clean sheet in 10 home games this season.
Crewe have netted a goal in each of their last seven away games, only Cheltenham have gone longer than this in 2011/12.
The Bantams have failed to score in four of their last seven League Two games.
Crewe have conceded exactly one goal in three of their last four games.
Cheltenham v Shrewsbury
The Shrews are unbeaten in six matches against Cheltenham in all competitions, including four victories.
Cheltenham are undefeated in their last six league outings, netting eight in their last three.
Kaid Mohamed has struck three times in five games and is one goal behind top scorer Darryl Duffy (7).
Shrewsbury have bagged 11 goals in the last 15 minutes of matches this season, more than any other side
Shrewsbury have lost just once in their previous eight league matches, including five wins.
Crawley Town v Gillingham
The sides have met once in the Football League Trophy in 2005 as the Gills prevailed 2-0 in a game which included a sending off for either side.
Crawley are unbeaten in their last 13 league games and have scored in each one.
Matt Tubbs has found the net in consecutive matches after four games without a goal.
Gillingham are unbeaten in five matches, winning three of these and drawing the other two 0-0.
Gillingham have kept just one clean sheet on the road this season, however that came in their last match away from home.
Macclesfield v Rotherham
Rotherham have enjoyed an eight-match unbeaten run against Macclesfield, including six wins.
Macclesfield have not tasted victory in six league matches, failing to find the net in four of those.
The Silkmen have netted a league-low six first-half goals this season, which also equates to a league-low 29% of their total goal haul.
Rotherham have won four of their last five games, including their last two away games 3-2.
63% of Rotherham's goals have come away from home although the Millers have yet to keep a clean sheet on the road.
Morecambe v Accrington
Accrington are unbeaten in their last nine meetings with Morecambe, amassing seven wins.
19 of Morecambe's points have been earned away from home, which equates to 61% of their total points.
Morecambe have thrown away 15 points from leading positions this season, more than any other side.
Accrington are unbeaten in their last six, but have won just once in 10 away games this season.
Stanley have not conceded more than once in any of their last eight games.
Padriag Amond has bagged a total of three goals in as many games for Stanley.
Northampton v Burton Albion
Burton have never lost against Northampton in four meetings, including two 3-2 triumphs and two 1-1 draws.
Albion have shipped two or more goals in seven of their last eight away games.
Northampton are on a 10-match winless streak, losing eight of these games.
The Cobblers have been at their most vulnerable in the opening half-hour of their games, shipping a league-high 19 goals in this period this season.
The Cobblers last five league games have rendered a total of 25 goals.
Torquay United v Swindon Town
Swindon are unbeaten in their last 14 meetings with Torquay in all competitions, a record dating back to 1985.
Torquay have recorded four successive home wins, scoring 10 and conceding just one.
The Gulls have found the net in every home game this season.
Swindon have shipped a total of just two goals in their last nine league games, and away from home they have conceded just two in their last five.
Almost a quarter (24%) of the goals Torquay have conceded have been scored in the opening 15 minutes of their matches, a league high ratio.