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Tom Stitfall 13th Feb 2014 - 12:39

League Two Opta Facts| February 15-16


Accrington Stanley v Scunthorpe United

Stanley have won six of their last eight league meetings against Scunthorpe (L2).

The Iron have conceded exactly two goals in five of their last seven trips to Accrington.

Scunthorpe United are currently on a 14-game unbeaten run in League Two - the longest seen in the division this season (W7 D7).

However, Scunthorpe's last five league games have all ended in a draw.

Accrington have scored a league-high 11 headed goals this season.

Burton Albion v Dagenham and Redbridge

Burton have conceded in each of their previous seven league games against the Daggers.

Dagenham and Redbridge have lost just once against the Brewers in their league history, though this was their most recent league meeting at the Pirelli Stadium (D3 L3).

Burton have only lost one of their last 13 league games (W7 D5).

The Daggers have scored in all three previous Football League trips to Burton, but have only won one of those games (D1 L1).

The Brewers have found the net at least once in each of their last eight home league games.

Dagenham ended a run of seven away games without a win (D2 L5) with victory at Rochdale last time out.

Bury v Bristol Rovers

Bury have won just one of their last eight encounters with the Pirates (D4 L3).

The Gas have kept three clean sheets in their last five clashes with Bury.

This will be Bury's fourth home game in a row in League Two. The Shakers are unbeaten since November 2nd 2013 at the JD Stadium in the league (P8 W3 D5 L0).

Bristol Rovers have not won any of their last seven away games in League Two (L4 D3).

Cheltenham Town v Wycombe Wanderers

The Robins have lost just once in their five home league games against the Chairboys (W2 D2).

Wycombe's biggest defeat of last season came in this fixture, losing 4-0 away to Cheltenham on Boxing Day 2012.

Wycombe have won the fewest number of points from their last 10 games in League Two (7).

The Chairboys have currently gone nine league games without a win (L5 D4).

Cheltenham have currently gone 268 minutes without scoring a league goal.

Chesterfield v Torquay United

Chesterfield have never lost to Torquay United at home in the league (W14 D5).

Torquay have never kept a clean sheet away to the Spireites in their league history, conceding 37 goals in 19 encounters.

Chesterfield have won more points from their last 10 league games than any other side in the division (19).

Chesterfield have averaged a goal every 56 minutes this season; the best rate in League Two.

Torquay have conceded a goal every 61 minutes on average this season; the worst rate in League Two.

Fleetwood Town v Northampton Town

Fleetwood won the only previous meeting between the two sides at Highbury Stadium, with former player Andy Mangan scoring a 90th minute winner in September 2012.

Despite that defeat, the Cobblers have won the other three games they've played against Fleetwood in all competitions.

Northampton have averaged a goal every 114 minutes in League Two this season; less frequently than any other side.

Fleetwood have averaged a shot every eight minutes this season in League Two; the best rate of any side.

Fleetwood have won more penalties that any other side this season in League Two (7), netting a league-high five of those.

Hartlepool v Newport

Hartlepool have failed to score in four of the last five league meetings between the two sides.

Newport won the reverse fixture earlier this season 2-0, courtesy of goals from Harry Worley and Conor Washington; their first win over Hartlepool since April 1980.

Hartlepool have scored a league-high 10 goals from outside the box this season in League Two.

Newport County have picked up just two points from their four league games in 2014 so far (D2 L2).

Oxford Utd v Mansfield

Oxford have won four of the last five league meetings (including Conference) against Mansfield, losing the other.

Mansfield have gone four games unbeaten on the road in league competition, winning two (D2).

Oxford have averaged 1.44 points per game at home in League Two this season, well below their away average of 2.00 points per game.

Oxford United have conceded a goal every 113 minutes on average this season in League Two; the best rate in the division.

Mansfield have committed a league-high 368 fouls this season.

Plymouth v York

Plymouth have gone six home league games unbeaten against York City, winning five (D1).

York have failed to score in each of their last five league matches at Plymouth.

No side has drawn more League Two games 0-0 this season than York City (6).

Plymouth have the lowest shot conversion rate in League Two this season (10.3%).

Reuben Reid has scored (10) or assisted (2) 44% of Plymouth's 27 league goals this season.

Portsmouth v AFC Wimbledon

Pompey have won just one of their last eight league games at home (W1 D3 L4).

The Dons won the reverse fixture by four goals to nil, with Andy Frampton netting a brace in the process.

That 4-0 win for Wimbledon is one of only four League Two games this season to have been won by a four goal margin (none more than four).

No player has more assists in League Two this season than Portsmouth's Ricky Holmes (8).

Rochdale v Morecambe

Rochdale have scored in each of their four previous league clashes at home to Morecambe, winning two (D1 L1).

Morecambe's only previous league victory at Rochdale came in their most recent trip to Spotland last season, with Jack Redshaw bagging a brace.

Rochdale have accumulated the most points at home in League Two this season (31).

Morecambe have gone six league games without a clean sheet and have kept just one in their last 11 matches in League Two.

Morecambe are yet to win a league game in 2014 - D3 L2.

Southend v Exeter

Southend are unbeaten in their last five at home to Exeter in league competition, winning three and drawing two.

Exeter's last league victory over Southend at Roots Hall came back in March 2000, when John Cornforth netted from the spot to secure the points.

No side has allowed their opponents a shot on target more frequently than Exeter City this season in League Two - one every 17 mins on average.

Southend have only failed to score in four of their League Two games this season; fewer than any other side.

Exeter have the best disciplinary record in League Two this season - 0 red cards and 30 yellow cards.

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