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Jonathan Cordingley 8th Jan 2014 - 14:56

League Two Opta Facts – January 11th

Accrington V Newport

  • Accrington have conceded four goals in a single game just once this season - on the opening day against Newport.
  • Newport won the reverse fixture earlier this season 4-1, with striker Chris Zebroski bagging a brace.
  • Newport have scored 18 first half goals this season; a joint-league-high with Southend.
  • Accrington are yet to score in the opening 15 minutes of matches this season; only Wimbledon are also without a goal in the first 15 minutes.

Wimbledon V Torquay

  • Wimbledon are unbeaten in two against Torquay, drawing the reverse fixture earlier this season (W1).
  • Torquay won their last league encounter away to Wimbledon by a solitary goal to nil.
  • Torquay are without a league win in four attempts, drawing two (L2).
  • The Dons have gone four games without a win on home soil, drawing three (L1).
  • Wimbledon are one of two sides (Accrington the other), yet to score in the opening fifteen minutes of matches this season.

Bristol Rovers V Exeter

  • Bristol Rovers have won two of their last three league matches against Exeter, though they lost the reverse fixture earlier this season.
  • Exeter have only won one of their last 25 trips to face Bristol Rovers in the Football League (D11 L13).
  • The Grecians have scored 12 goals in the final fifteen minutes of games this season, more than any other side.
  • Exeter are the only side in the division yet to drop a point from leading positions this term.
  • Exeter's Alan Gow has scored in four of his last five away games.

Burton V Cheltenham

  • Burton have failed to keep a clean sheet in the league against Cheltenham in five attempts.
  • Cheltenham have won three of their last five league encounters against Burton (D1 L1).
  • Burton have conceded only one goal in the opening fifteen minutes of games this season; league-low.
  • Cheltenham have conceded nine times in the fifteen minutes leading up to half time this season; a joint-league-high with Northampton.
  • Burton have kept three clean sheets in a row and are unbeaten in eight (W5 D3) in league competition.
  • Cheltenham have lost just once in their last 12 league games (W5 D6), though this defeat came in their last league match.

Chesterfield V Bury

  • Chesterfield have scored in each of their last 14 league matches against Bury, winning seven (D3 L4).
  • Bury have either scored three goals or none at all in each of their last four league trips to Chesterfield.
  • No side has conceded as few goals this season as the Spireites (19).
  • Bury head into this fixture having won back to back league games for the first time this season.
  • Chesterfield have conceded 68% of their goals in the second half; a joint-league-high share.
  • The Spireites have gone seven games unbeaten on home soil, drawing five (W2).

Dag & Red V Fleetwood

  • Dagenham have scored in each of their three previous league meetings against Fleetwood, winning one (L2).
  • Fleetwood have won their last two league matches against the Daggers, scoring five and conceding two.
  • The Daggers have conceded 12 goals via headers this season; a league-high.
  • Fleetwood have netted five goals from the penalty spot this term; more than any other team.
  • However, the Cod Army have also conceded a league-high four goals from the penalty spot.

Hartlepool V Rochdale

  • Hartlepool have lost only once in their last seven league games at home to Rochdale (W3 D3).
  • Rochdale have kept four clean sheets in their last six matches against Hartlepool in league competition.
  • Hartlepool have conceded seven goals in the opening fifteen minutes of matches this campaign; a joint-league-high alongside Accrington.
  • In contrast, Rochdale have bagged 10 goals in the opening fifteen minutes of games this term; a league-high.
  • Scott Hogan has netted five goals in his last six appearances for Rochdale in all competitions.

Mansfield V Scunthorpe

  • Mansfield are without a win at home in seven league games, losing five and drawing two.
  • Scunthorpe have failed to score in three of their last five matches against Mansfield in the league.
  • Mansfield have won seven successive home meetings with the Iron in the Football League.
  • The Iron have gone eight unbeaten in league competition, winning six and drawing two.
  • Mansfield have kept consecutive clean sheets for the first time since October.
  • Sam Winnall has scored six goals in his last six appearances for Scunthorpe.

Morecambe V Wycombe

  • Morecambe have never scored at home to Wycombe in league competition, losing three (D1).
  • Wycombe have never lost to Morecambe in league competition, winning six and drawing three.
  • Morecambe have salvaged a league-high 20 points from trailing situations this term.
  • Morecambe have conceded 71% of their goals in the first half; a league-high share.
  • Heading into this fixture, Wycombe have failed to score in consecutive league games for the first time since August.

Northampton V York

  • Northampton have lost just once in their last nine league encounters against York (W4 D4) at home, though this defeat came in the last meeting.
  • York City go into this fixture having won consecutive league games against Northampton for the first time since 1984.
  • York have rescued just one point from losing positions; a joint-league-low with Newport.
  • The Minstermen have won only 17% of league games in which they have led away from home this season; a league-low share.
  • Northampton have scored just seven second half goals; a league-low.

Oxford Utd V Portsmouth

  • Oxford have gone four league games unbeaten against Portsmouth, winning three (D1).
  • Portsmouth have failed to register a win in any of their last 12 league trips to Oxford, losing nine (D3).
  • Portsmouth have dropped 20 points from leading positions this season, more than any other side.
  • Portsmouth have won only 43% of league games in which they have led this season; a league-low share.
  • Oxford have picked up just one win from their last six in league competition (D3 L2).

Plymouth V Southend

 

  • Plymouth are unbeaten in their last six home league games against Southend, winning twice and drawing four.
  • Southend have managed to score in six of their last seven league matches with Plymouth, although they've won just two (D3 L2).
  • Southend have netted 18 first half goals this term; a joint-league-high with Newport County.
  • No side has picked up more points from their last 10 league games than Southend (21).
  • Plymouth are unbeaten in five in all competitions, winning three and drawing two.

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