League Two Opta Facts - March 21-24
Accrington v York
Accrington have won none of their last five league games against York (D3 L2), conceding exactly one goal in each game.
Keith Lowe scored the winner for 10-man York in the reverse of this fixture in December, the Minstermen's first home win of the season (1-0).
No League Two side has won fewer games in 2015 than York City (2).
Indeed, goal-shy York City have drawn more games nil-nil than any other team this season (6).
In contrast, Stanley have yet to record a goalless draw this term.
Wimbledon v Portsmouth
The Dons have won two of their three previous meetings with Portsmouth (L1), scoring six goals.
Pompey have scored just once in three games against the Dons.
Matt Tubbs has scored in back-to-back games for Portsmouth for the first time. He has 21 in all comps for them and AFC Wimbledon this season.
George Francomb has assisted more goals than any other player in League Two this term (10), though he's provided just one in his last seven.
Portsmouth have lost only one of their last 11 league games, winning five (D5).
Bury v Northampton
Bury are unbeaten in their last seven league games against Northampton (W3 D4).
Northampton have lost none of their last four visits to Bury, though three have ended level.
Both sides had a player sent off in the reverse of this fixture, with Bury coming out on top (3-2).
Bury have conceded fewer goals in 2015 than any other side (7). In fact, the Shakers have won six of their last seven in league competition (L1).
No side has conceded more set-piece goals (excl. penalties) this season than Northampton (9).
Carlisle v Morecambe
David Amoo scored the winner for Carlisle in the reverse of this fixture, the first ever Football League meeting between the sides.
Morecambe have failed to score in their last three meetings with Carlisle in all competitions.
In midweek, Andreas Arestidou became the third goalkeeper to be sent off in League Two this season.
Only nine players have scored for Morecambe in 2014/15, a league-low.
No side has been shown more red cards this season than Carlisle (6).
Cheltenham v Exeter
Cheltenham have won all five of their previous home clashes with Exeter, conceding just two goals in the process.
After a run of nine straight defeats to the Robins in league competition, Exeter are unbeaten in two against them (W1 D1).
The Robins have dropped a league-high 24 points from leading positions this season. In fact, only Bournemouth (26) have squandered more in England's top four tiers.
Contrastingly, no League Two side has won more points from losing situations this term than Exeter (23).
Cheltenham and Exeter have kept a joint-league-low five clean sheets this season (along with Accrington).
Hartlepool v Mansfield
Pools held on for a 1-1 draw in the reverse of this fixture despite having two players sent off. Indeed, Mansfield also finished the game with 10 men.
The Stags have not kept a clean sheet in any of their last 10 league visits to Hartlepool, though they've lost just three of those (W2 D5).
Hartlepool have won their last two games without reply; they've not won three in a row since October 2013 (a run of four).
Mansfield have been shown a league-high 74 cards in 2014/15 (70Y 4R).
The Stags have scored just nine goals in their last 15 away games and never more than once in a match.
Plymouth v Newport
The Pilgrims have kept a clean sheet in each of their last three home games against Newport.
Chris Zebroski has scored in his last two appearances against Plymouth for Newport.
Plymouth have kept more clean sheets than any other League Two this season (18).
Newport have won two of their last three away games, losing the other.
Reuben Reid has scored in just two of his last 14 league games for the Pilgrims.
Shrewsbury v Oxford
The Shrews have won three of their last four at home against Oxford (D1), keeping a clean sheet in each victory.
Oxford have scored at least twice or not at all in their last 15 meetings with Shrewsbury.
One side has scored at least twice in each of the last 11 league meetings between them.
Shrewsbury have scored more goals in the 90th minute or later than any other side (6).
No side has scored more goals from the penalty spot in 2014/15 than Oxford (6).
Southend v Cambridge
Southend are unbeaten in their last seven league games against Cambridge (W5 D2).
The U's have failed to score in their last five meetings with Southend in league competition.
No League Two player has scored more goals in 2015 than Barry Corr (8).
Similarly, Southend's Ben Coker have provided five assists in 2015, no player has more.
Cambridge have found the net in nine of their last 10 games on the road in League Two.
Stevenage v Dag & Red
The Boro won the reverse of this fixture 2-0, the first ever Football League meeting between the sides.
The Daggers have won four of their seven previous trips to Stevenage in all competitions (L3).
Stevenage have won four and lost none of their last eight in league competition.
Dagenham have yet to score a penalty this season; a joint-league-low alongside Luton and Mansfield.
Only Shrewsbury (43) and Burton (44) have won more points at home this campaign than Stevenage (38).
Tranmere v Burton
Liam Ridehalgh was sent off in the reverse of this fixture in December.
Burton's 2-0 win over Tranmere in December was the first ever meeting between the sides.
No side has seen more different players score a league goal for them this season than Burton (18).
The Brewers have yet to lose from a leading position this season, winning 22 of the 24 games in which they've gone ahead.
Tranmere have used 44 different players so far this term; a league-high.