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Rich 21st Mar 2013 - 21:00

League Two Opta Facts – March 23-24th

AFC Wimbledon v Morecambe

  • These two sides have met on only three previous occasions, with Wimbledon winning the first meeting, the second drawn and Morecambe winning the third and latest clash.
  • The Shrimpers won an eventful home clash with the Dons earlier this season, with Kevin Ellison bagging a hat-trick for the home side, Jack Midson netting a penalty for the visitors and Wimbledon's Paul McCallum seeing red.
  • AFC Wimbledon have drawn five games from winning positions at home; a joint-league-high with Morecambe.
  • The Dons have scored 33% of their goals in the final fifteen minutes of matches; a league-high proportion.

Barnet v Cheltenham

  • Barnet have won only one of their last 11 games against Cheltenham, losing four (including the last two without scoring) and drawing six
  • At Underhill, the Bees are unbeaten in their six league clashes with the Robins, winning two and drawing four.
  • The Bees have won their last three games at Underhill, extending their unbeaten run at home to six (W4 D2).
  • Cheltenham's Billy Jones has created 47 chances for his team-mates this season; a league-high.

Bradford v Bristol Rovers

  • Bradford have won just one of their last nine games against Bristol, losing six and drawing two.
  • The last nine games between the Bantams and the Pirates have average 3.8 goals per game.
  • There have been three players sent off in the last two clashes between these two sides, including two in the meeting earlier this season (one each).
  • The Pirates have conceded just five goals in the final fifteen minutes of matches this season; a league-low.

Burton Albion v Wycombe

  • Wycombe have won all three league meetings with Burton, netting a total of nine goals in the process and conceded just two.
  • The reverse fixture earlier this season saw Matt McClure grab a brace and Joel Grant score from the penalty spot (both for Wycombe), while Burton's Zander Diamond saw red in a 3-0 home win for the Chairboys.
  • Burton have won their last nine games at home, scoring 21 goals and keeping four clean sheets in the process.
  • Wycombe have lost four times from winning positions this season; a joint-league-high with Rochdale.

Chesterfield v Plymouth

  • Chesterfield have suffered just one defeat in their last five games against Plymouth, winning three and drawing one.
  • The Spireites have shipped a total of 10 goals in their last four clashes with the Pilgrims, although prior to this season's meeting, they last met in 2004, when Argyle won 7-0 at home.
  • The Pilgrims have lost only once in their last six games (W3 D2), with veteran midfielder Paul Wotton scoring a penalty in each of his last two games.
  • Chesterfield have not lost at home from a winning position this season (W8 D2).

Fleetwood v Dagenham & Redbridge

  • The meeting between the two sides earlier this season was the first time they had every clashed in any competition (1-0 home win for Dagenham courtesy of a 90th min pen from Sam Williams).
  • The Daggers have taken 14 penalties this season (a league-high). However, they have missed more than any other side (7).
  • Fleetwood are without a win at home in four games (D3 L1).
  • The Daggers have lost 12 points from winning positions on the road this season; a league-high.

Gillingham v Accrington

  • Gillingham have only enjoyed one victory in their last five meetings with Accrington Stanley, losing two and drawing two.
  • On home soil, the Gills are unbeaten in their four clashes with Stanley, winning three and drawing one.
  • Accrington have scored seven goals in their last two games (W2), with defender Lee Molyneux scoring four.
  • The Gills have conceded the fewest goals in the division (31), and the joint-fewest goals in the first half of matches (14).

Northampton v Oxford Utd

  • The last six meetings between these two sides have alternated between a win for Northampton and a win for United. For this sequence to continue, the Cobblers need to win at the weekend.
  • At the Sixfields Stadium, the Cobblers won each of their last five clashes with the U's, courtesy of three 2-1 wins and two 1-0 victories.
  • The Cobblers have won their last eight home games, keeping five clean sheets in the process.
  • Oxford have won their last three games on the road, with James Constable scoring twice in that run.

Port Vale v Aldershot

  • Port Vale are unbeaten in their last eight games against Aldershot, winning the last five in a row after drawing the previous three.
  • The Shots have netted a total of six goals in their last nine clashes with Vale, and never more than one in a game.
  • The Vale have conceded 15 goals in the second half of matches, equating to 37%; a league-low proportion.
  • Aldershot have clawed back just two points from losing positions this season (D2); the fewest in the division.

Rochdale v Southend

  • Rochdale have enjoyed just one win in their last 12 games against Southend, losing eight and drawing three.
  • In the last 15 clashes between the two sides at Spotland, neither side has ever scored more than two goals.
  • The Dale have recorded one victory in their last seven games (D3 L3).
  • Rochdale's George Donnelly has scored three goals in his last two games at Spotland.

Rotherham v Exeter

  • The last three meetings between the two sides have produced a total of just four goals.
  • Rotherham have lost just one of their last four against the Grecians, winning two and drawing one.
  • The Millers have won five times from losing positions this season; a joint-league-high with Southend and Burton Albion.
  • The Grecians have kept an impressive seven clean sheets in their last 10 games.

Torquay v York

  • Torquay have now gone four games unbeaten against York, winning two and drawing two.
  • At Plainmoor, the Gulls have enjoyed just one win in their last five league clashes with the Minstermen, drawing three and losing one.
  • York are without a win since New Year's Day; a run stretching back 14 games (D7 L7).
  • Torquay have kept just two clean sheets at Plainmoor this season, only AFC Wimbledon (1) have kept fewer shut-outs on home soil.

 

 

 
 
 

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