League Two Opta Facts - Jan 24
AFC Wimbledon v Accrington
The Dons have never beaten Accrington in the league, losing six and drawing one of their seven previous meetings.
James Gray has scored three goals in his last two games against AFC Wimbledon.
Adebayo Akinfenwa has scored in three of his last four games for the Dons.
The Wimbledon striker has netted six in nine appearances against Stanley.
Stanley have scored eight times in the opening 15 minutes this season, a joint-high with Stevenage.
Bury v Carlisle
Bury won the reverse fixture 3-0 back in September, their first win in 10 against Carlisle (D2 L7).
Carlisle have scored in the 90th minute on their last two trips to Gigg Lane.
Carlisle have the worst defensive record in the division, letting in 47 goals this season.
The Shakers have scored 10 times in the opening 15 minutes of the second half, more than any other side.
Cheltenham v Luton
Cheltenham have never lost in their three previous home league meetings with Luton (W1 D2).
Neither side has ever scored more than two goals in a single match in seven previous league meetings between the two.
Cheltenham are searching for their first home victory since October, having gone six without a win (D3 L3).
The Robins have now gone 20 games without a clean sheet; their longest ever wait in the Football League
Six of Luton's last eight goals have been scored by midfielders, and none have come from a striker.
Mansfield v Wycombe
Mansfield have not kept a clean sheet at home to Wycombe in their last five attempts, conceding 15 goals in the process.
Paul Hayes has three goals in his last two appearances against Mansfield.
Mansfield have won three of their last six against Wycombe (D1 L2).
The Chairboys have lost none of their last two visits to Field Mill (W1 D1).
The Stags are winless in four league games, drawing one and losing each of their last three.
Wycombe are unbeaten in nine league games (W5 D4), the longest current run in the division.
Northampton v Newport
Northampton have won six of their last seven at home to Newport (L1), including each of the last three.
Both teams have scored in the last 10 meetings between these two, a total of 43 goals.
Newport won the reverse fixture 3-2 back in September thanks to goals from Chris Zebroski, Darren Jones and Lee Minshull.
The Cobblers are one of two sides to score in every home game this season, along with Stevenage.
The Exiles are yet to claim a point when trailing this season, having gained nine points all at home.
Oxford v Exeter
Oxford have won none of their last eight home league games against the Grecians (D5 L3), since a 2-0 win in March 1980.
The last three meetings between these sides have ended in a draw, with just two goals scored in total.
The U's have lost each of their last three games at the Kassam Stadium. In fact, they've won just four of their last 16 matches at home (D3 L9).
Matt Oakley is the only Exeter player to feature in all 27 league games this season.
Tom Nichols has netted in four of his last five away league games for the Grecians.
Plymouth v Morecambe
Plymouth have never failed to score in seven previous meetings with Morecambe.
Morecambe have won two of their seven meetings with Plymouth (D2 L3), however these have come in the last three games between the sides.
The Pilgrims are winless in five games and have netted just once in that run (D2 L3).
Morecambe have drawn their last three games in League Two. They were last involved in four successive draws in September 2009.
The Shrimps have had the fewest number of different goalscorers this season, just eight.
Portsmouth v Southend
Portsmouth have lost each of their last four games against Southend, conceding exactly two goals in each clash.
The Shrimpers have failed to keep a clean sheet in any of their last eight visits to Fratton Park.
Pompey have gone seven without a victory in the league. They last went longer without a win in February 2013 (22 games).
Southend are unbeaten in six league games, but four of those have been draws.
Ben Coker assisted all of Southend's three goals against Oxford, having not recorded an assist this season before the match.
Shrewsbury v Stevenage
Shrewsbury have won all three of their previous home league meetings with Stevenage, each by a one-goal margin.
Stevenage won the reverse fixture 1-0 back in September, their first win in seven attempts in league football against the Shrews (D2 L4).
Shrewsbury are the only side in the league yet to lose at home (W11 D2).
Stevenage have won five of their last six in League Two, drawing the other.
The Shrews have gone 549 minutes without conceding at home in all competitions, last conceded to Chelsea in the Capital One Cup.
Boro themselves have kept clean sheets in each of their last three away games.
Tranmere v Hartlepool
Tranmere have won none of their last four home games against Hartlepool (D2 L2), scoring just one goal in that time.
Hartlepool have scored just five goals in their last nine meetings with Tranmere, and never more than once in a match in that time.
Tranmere have used 38 different players this season, more than any League Two club. Max Power has featured in the most games for Rovers (24).
Hartlepool have lost six of their last seven games on their travels in League Two (D1). They last won on the road in October.
Pools are the only League Two side without an away clean sheet this season.
York v Burton
York have kept a clean sheet in both of their home football league meetings with Burton (W1 D1).
However, no York player has scored against Burton in any of their last three meetings. The one goal they did manage in that time was an own goal.
Only Newport (22) have claimed more points than Burton since Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink took charge in November (21). The Brewers have lost just once during his tenure in League Two (W6 D3).
York have failed to score in each of their last three league games, and are still awaiting their first goal in 2015.
Burton have had the highest number of different goalscorers in League Two (16).