League Two Opta Facts December 28th 2014
Accrington V Burton
Accrington have never kept a clean sheet at home to Burton.
Burton have won three of their last four league encounters with Accrington Stanley, drawing the other.
Accrington have conceded in each of their last 11 games in league competition.
In contrast, Burton have kept three consecutive clean sheets and are unbeaten in four (W2 D2).
Wimbledon V Exeter
Wimbledon have scored exactly two goals in both of their previous home matches against Exeter (W1 D1).
Despite taking the lead in this exact fixture last term, the Grecians went on to lose, as goals from Jack Midson and Luke Moore secured the points for the Dons.
George Francomb is League Two's top assister with eight; six more than his total for 2013/14.
The Grecians have lost only one of their last 11 games, winning six (D4).
Bury V Mansfield
Bury have won four and lost none of their last eight against the Stags.
Mansfield have failed to score in three of their last four trips to Gigg Lane (D3 L1).
The Shakers have scored 10 goals from outside the area in 2014/15, more than any other League Two team.
The Stags have won just one point from losing positions this season; a joint-league-low with Southend.
Carlisle V York
Carlisle have conceded in each of their last six at home to York in the league (W1 D2 L3).
York have lost only one of their last 12 matches against Carlisle, winning six (D5).
No side has been shown more red cards this term than Carlisle (4).
After losing three in a row, York have now gone five away games without defeat, winning two (D3).
Cheltenham V Newport
Cheltenham have yet to lose against Newport in league competition, winning one (D1).
In fact, Newport have never scored against Cheltenham Town in the Football League.
The Robins have conceded in each of their last 16 games; the current longest run without a clean sheet in League Two.
The Exiles have lost just one of their last 11 games in league competition, winning seven (D3).
Hartlepool V Morecambe
Hartlepool won both games against Morecambe last season by a 2-1 scoreline.
Three of the four league goals conceded by Morecambe against Hartlepool have arrived in the second half.
Hartlepool ended a run of 23 games without a red card when two of their players were sent off in their Boxing Day clash against Mansfield.
After winning consecutive away games for the second time this season, Morecambe have since lost three of their last four games on the road (D1), scoring just two goals.
Luton V Portsmouth
Luton have won their last three at home to Portsmouth; they've not won four in a row since August 1960 (a run of six wins).
This will be the first meeting between the two sides in league competition since December 1995 - Portsmouth ran out 4-0 winners at Fratton Park.
The Hatters have won their last eight games on home soil, conceding just one goal in the process.
No side has conceded more goals in the opening 15 minutes this term than Pompey (8).
Plymouth V Oxford Utd
Plymouth have gone 12 games without keeping a clean sheet against Oxford United, last shutting them out in April 1991.
Oxford have won four of their last six clashes against the Pilgrims (D1 L1).
Both Plymouth and Oxford have scored five times from the penalty spot this season; a league-high.
Reuben Reid has had a hand in eight goals in his last eight games for Plymouth (six goals two assists).
Shrewsbury V Wycombe
Shrewsbury's only previous league win over Wycombe came back in January 1994, 1-0.
Since then, Wycombe have won seven and drawn 11 against the Shrews.
Paris Cowan-Hall has scored in each of his last five league games for Wycombe.
James Collins has scored four and assisted two more in his last six games for the Shrews.
Southend V Dag & Red
After avoiding defeat (in normal time) in their first eight in all competitions against Dagenham and Redbridge (W6 D2), Southend have gone three without a win.
The two sides met three times in all competitions last season with the Daggers winning two (D1); including a 5-2 victory at Roots Hall in the JP Trophy in October 2013.
Southend have gone 289 minutes without conceding at Roots Hall.
Dagenham and Redbridge have squandered a league-high 18 points from leading positions this season.
Stevenage V Cambridge
This will be the first clash between Stevenage and Cambridge United in the Football League.
Cambridge United have lost four of their last five games against Stevenage (incl. Conference), winning the other.
Stevenage have won six of their last eight games on home soil (D1 L1), and have netted in each of their last 14 at home.
The U's have kept just one clean sheet in their last 11 away games, winning three (D4 L4).
Tranmere V Northampton
Tranmere are unbeaten in seven at home to Northampton, winning three and drawing four.
Northampton's last league win away to Tranmere came back in April 1986, 3-1.
Tranmere have conceded 12 headed goals this season; a league-high.
47% of Northampton's goals this term have arrived in the final 15 minutes - the highest proportion in the division.