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Simon Gott 2nd Jan 2014 - 15:08

League Two Opta Facts – January 4th

 

Cheltenham v Chesterfield

  • Cheltenham Town have registered only one win in 13 league games against Chesterfield (D3 L9).
  • The Spireites have shipped just two goals in their last 10 league meetings with Cheltenham Town; including eight clean sheets.
  • Chesterfield have kept a league-high 12 clean sheets this season.
  • No team has scored more headed goals this term than Chesterfield (9).
  • Cheltenham have conceded a league-high nine goals in the fifteen minutes leading up to half time.

 

Exeter v Mansfield

  • The Grecians have lost only once in their last nine matches against the Stags in league competition (W4 D4).
  • Mansfield Town have kept a clean sheet in their last two visits to St James Park in the Football League.
  • Exeter are the only side yet to drop any points from leading positions in League Two this season.
  • No side has received fewer yellow cards in League Two this campaign than Exeter City (26).
  • Mansfield have conceded nine goals from outside the box in open play this term; more than any other team.

 

Newport v Northampton

  • Newport County faced Northampton Town for the first time since their reformation earlier this season, losing 3-1.
  • The Cobblers have a solid away record against clubs from Wales; winning four of their last six league games there (L2).
  • Northampton have gone eight games without an away victory, losing five (D3).
  • Newport have won their last five league games at home, scoring at least two goals in each fixture.
  • Northampton have picked up just six points on the road this season; a league-low.

 

Portsmouth v Accrington

  • David Connolly bagged a second half brace in this fixture earlier this season for Pompey; the first time these clubs have faced off in the league.
  • Accrington Stanley have never beaten Portsmouth (all competitions, D2 L2).
  • Portsmouth have dropped 20 points from leading positions this season; a league-high.
  • Pompey have netted a league-high nine goals in the fifteen minutes leading up to half time.
  • Accrington have conceded seven goals in the opening fifteen minutes of matches this season; a joint-league-high with Hartlepool.

 

Torquay v Morecambe

  • Torquay United are unbeaten in five league games against the Shrimps (W3 D2).
  • Morecambe have mustered just one goal in their last three fixtures against Torquay United in league competition.
  • Morecambe have recovered 19 points from losing positions this term, more than any other side.
  • Morecambe have conceded 23 first half goals this season; a league-high.
  • Only Mansfield (11) have won fewer points at home in League Two this term than Torquay (12).

 

Wycombe v Wimbledon

  • The Chairboys have never beaten AFC Wimbledon in league competition (D1 L2).
  • AFC Wimbledon have scored at least once in all four games (all competitions) that they have played against Wycombe Wanderers.
  • Wimbledon have gone seven league games without a win (D4 L3); the current longest run in the division.
  • No side has been shown more red cards this season than Wycombe (6).
  • Wycombe have conceded in each of their last 10 league games; no side has currently conceded in more consecutive matches.

 

York v Dag & Red

  • York have recorded just one goal against Dagenham & Redbridge over the last two meetings.
  • Over their last four trips to York in all comps, Dagenham kept a clean sheet in the first game but conceded one, two and three goals respectively in the following fixtures.
  • The Daggers have gone six games without an away victory in league competition, losing four (D2).
  • York have salvaged only one point from losing positions this season; a joint-league-low with Newport.
  • Dagenham are yet to lose when going ahead this season, winning nine and drawing three.

 

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