League Two Opta Facts – February 18
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League Two Opta Facts - February 18
Accrington Stanley v Plymouth
The last two Football League meetings between Accrington and Plymouth have ended in a score draw; including the meeting earlier this season.
In their meeting earlier this season, Plymouth led 10-man Accrington 2-0 at half-time, but Stanley came back to draw 2-2.
Plymouth have conceded a higher percentage of second-half goals than any other side in the bottom tier this term (75%), while Accrington have conceded the highest percentage of first-half goals (70%).
Stanley have won five of their last six home league games, netting three or more goals in each of their last four home wins.
AFC Wimbledon v Morecambe
The first competitive meeting between these two sides came earlier this season; a game that ended 2-1 to Wimbledon.
AFC Wimbledon have failed to keep a clean sheet in any of their last 13 league games and have not prevented an opposing team from scoring at home all term.
The Dons have gained a league-high 17 points from losing positions this season.
Morecambe have netted a total of five goals in the last 10 minutes in their last four league games.
Barnet v Shrewsbury Town
Shrewsbury are unbeaten in their last seven games against Barnet (W3 D4).
Four of the last five meetings between Barnet & Shrewsbury at Underhill have ended in a draw.
The Bees have netted just 6% of their goals in the opening 15 minutes of games this season, a league-low.
Jim Collins has netted in three of Shrewsbury's last four league games.
Bristol Rovers v Oxford Utd
Oxford have won their last three encounters with Bristol Rovers in a row, netting 10 goals and conceding just one - although each of these games have been played at home.
Oxford striker James Constable has fired a brace in each of his last two appearances against the Pirates.
Rovers have won four and lost just one of their last six league games, winning both of their last two at the Memorial Ground 2-1.
The U's have only lost one of their last 10 league games, winning four and drawing five.
Burton Albion v Rotherham Utd
None of the previous six competitive meetings between Burton and Rotherham have been won by the team playing at home.
The Brewers have been waiting longer for a win than any other side in League Two (seven games).
Burton have also gone 12 league games without keeping a clean sheet.
The Millers have lost two of their last three away league games and four of their last seven overall.
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Dagenham & Redbridge v Cheltenham Town
Cheltenham have won three and drawn one of their previous four meetings with Dag & Red.
Only Southend (31) have picked up more points away from home than Cheltenham (27) in League Two this season.
Cheltenham have scored in each of their last 12 away league games, the longest run of its kind all season in League Two.
None of Dagenham's last 12 home league games have ended in draws, with the Daggers winning four and drawing eight.
Hereford v Swindon Town
Hereford have won just one of their last five meetings with Swindon Town at home.
Swindon have only failed to find the net in one of their last 10 games against Hereford.
Alongside Torquay, Swindon have kept the most clean sheets in League Two so far this season (14).
The Robins have won their last three league games.
Hereford are without a win in eight home league games, taking just three points from the 24 available to them.
Macclesfield v Aldershot
Aldershot have scored only two goals in their last five games against Macclesfield.
Macclesfield are unbeaten in seven previous Football League meetings with the Shots.
Macclesfield have won fewer points from their last eight games than any other League Two side (4).
Aldershot have scored a higher percentage of first-half goals than any other side in the division this season (59%), whilst the Silkmen have scored the highest percentage of second-half goals (69%).
Port Vale v Gillingham
Gillingham are unbeaten in their last five games against Port Vale (W3 D2).
Port Vale have been defeated in just one of their last seven home games against Gillingham.
The Gills have been awarded 10 penalties in the league this season
Gavin Tomlin has netted four goals in his last three league appearances.
Southend Utd v Crewe
Southend have lost their last two home games against Crewe without scoring, but won the previous three meetings with them at Roots Hall.
Only six of the previous 33 meetings between Crewe and Southend have ended in a draw and none of the last 12.
The Shrimpers have scored a league-high 56 goals this term, four more than any other League Two side.
Crewe have won five of their last seven league games including two of their last three away from Gresty Road.
Torquay v Bradford City
The winning side have also kept a clean sheet in four of the last five meetings between Torquay and Bradford City.
Torquay have won 22 points from their last eight games; more than any other side in League Two over this period.
The Gulls have won their last seven league games; if they defeat Bradford in this game, they will equal their all-time Football League record of eight straight victories (set in 1998).
Bradford are without a win in five league games, drawing three at home and losing two away.
Torquay have won their last four league games 1-0. If they manage to defeat the Bantams 1-0 in this game, they will become only the second team in Football League history (after Everton in 2002) to win five consecutive games 1-0.