League Two Opta Facts – March 23-24
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Macclesfield Town v Barnet
The last two meetings between Macclesfield and Barnet at Moss Rose have ended 1-1.
Town picked up seven yellows and one red card in the reverse fixture at Underhill this season.
The Silkmen have gone 15 games without a win, the joint-longest run in League Two this season.
Barnet have conceded at least two goals in seven of their last nine league games.
Town have conceded at least two goals in each of their last four games.
AFC Wimbledon v Burton Albion
Burton have lost their last seven league games. Only three teams have had longer losing runs this season.
Wimbledon have won their last two home games, something they last achieved back in September/October.
Burton have gone 360 minutes (six hours) without a goal away from home.
Wimbledon's Jack Midson has scored five goals in his last six appearances.
No team has won more games from a losing position than Wimbledon this season in League Two (5).
Bradford City v Gillingham
Bradford have failed to score in their last two meetings with Gillingham.
Gillingham have failed to score in three of their last four clashes with Bradford.
Gillingham's Charlie Lee has been booked three times in his last four appearances, but has scored three in four too.
Bradford have lost their last three league games, they have not lost four on the spin since January 2011.
Gillingham have scored at least three goals in four of their last six league games.
Bristol Rovers v Southend United
Rovers have won their last two home games against Southend, scoring four goals in both victories (4-3 in 2009-10 and 4-2 in 2008-09).
The Pirates' Matt Harrold has scored three goals in his last five home games.
Rovers have gone 272 minutes without conceding a goal at home.
But Rovers have won only three of their last 10 league games at home.
Southend have won their last two away games, they have not won three in a row on the road since November.
Cheltenham Town v Oxford United
Oxford have won none of their last six clashes with Cheltenham (all competitons).
Three of the last four meetings between the Robins and the U's have ended 1-1.
Cheltenham have failed to score in their last three games, have lost their last four and have slipped from second to sixth.
Oxford have won their last two league games, they have not won three in a row all season.
Oxford have won six, drawn six and lost six of their 18 away games this season.
Crawley Town v Rotherham United
Crawley came from 1-0 down at half-time to win 2-1 against Rotherham earlier in the season.
Crawley have scored 39 home goals this season, only leaders Swindon have more (42).
Crawley have won only two of their last nine league games but those victories have come in the last two outings.
The Millers have won just one of their last eight away games in League Two.
Crawley have claimed 21 points from losing positions this season, more than any other League Two side.
Dagenham and Redbridge v Accrington Stanley
Four of the last six meetings between Dagenham and Accrington have gone under 2.5 goals.
Stanley have drawn more games than any other League Two team this season, 14.
Dagenham's total of 23 defeats is the most of any team in the Football League this season.
Dagenham have drawn only one of their 19 home games in League Two this season.
Accrington have scored a total of only three goals in their last six away games.
Hereford United v Crewe Alexandra
Four of the last five games between Hereford and Crewe have ended 1-0 (two wins apiece).
The last five games between the Bulls and Alex have gone under 2.5 goals.
Crewe have won their last three league games, the longest current run in the division.
Crewe have not won four in a row since February 2009.
Alex's unbeaten run of eight is also the longest current spell of its kind in League Two.
United have taken fewer points at home than any other League Two club this season, 15.
Morecambe v Shrewsbury Town
No Shrewsbury player has been booked in their last two games against Morecambe.
Third placed Shrews would be 13th if only away games counted this season.
Morecambe's Kevin Ellison has scored four goals in his last four appearances.
Six of Morecambe's last seven home defeats have been by two goals to one.
Since smashing seven past Northampton in November, Shrewsbury have failed to score more than two goals in any of the subsequent 19 league games.
Northampton Town v Plymouth Argyle
The last three games between Northampton and Plymouth have produced a total of 14 goals.
Plymouth scored four first half goals in the reverse fixture earlier this season.
Northampton are top of the League Two form table with 13 points from their last six fixtures.
Cobblers star Adebayo Akinfenwa has scored seven goals in his last seven appearances.
Northampton have won four of their last five home games, scoring exactly three goals in three of those wins.
Torquay United v Port Vale
The last two encounters between Torquay and Port Vale have ended goalless.
Vale have scored in their last 12 league games, the best current run in the division.
Port Vale's Marc Richards has scored in each of his last four appearances.
Torquay have scored exactly one goal in seven of their last nine league games at Plainmoor. Six of those games have ended as 1-0 wins for the Gulls.
Vale have scored exactly two goals in their last three away games, winning one, losing one and drawing one.
Second placed Torquay haven't won a single game from a losing position this season.