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Simon Gott 26th Mar 2015 - 12:56

League Two Opta Facts March 27th – 30th

Accrington v Newport

  • All three league meetings between these sides in Accrington have ended in a draw.
  • Both teams have scored in six of the previous meetings between these sides, with the other ending 0-0.
  • Stanley are winless in six league games (D3 L3), with the last two both ending 2-2.
  • The Exiles have failed to score in four of their last seven on the road (W2 D1 L4).
  • No team has conceded more fouls in League Two this season than Newport (491).

Bury v Southend

  • Each of the last six meetings between these sides in all competitions have ended level, with five of those finishing 1-1.
  • Neither side has scored more than once in any of the last 11 matches between Bury and Southend (all comps).
  • Southend have had a player sent off in two of their last three meetings with Bury.
  • The Shakers have won seven of their last eight (L1) conceding just three goals in that run.
  • The Shrimpers have kept just one clean sheet in their last eight away games.
  • Having not won four in a row since April 2011, Bury could now achieve the feat twice in the space of nine games.

Cheltenham v Plymouth

  • Cheltenham have conceded at least once in each of their last 10 league meetings with Plymouth.
  • The Pilgrims have scored exactly three times in their last two trips to Cheltenham in all competitions.
  • The Robins have kept just one clean sheet in their last 32 matches.
  • Plymouth have failed to score in five of their last six games, including each of the last three.
  • Cheltenham have lost a league-high 24 points from leading positions this season. However, Plymouth have gained a joint league-low two points from behind.

Dag & Red v Wycombe

  • The Daggers have won their last two at home to Wycombe, keeping a clean sheet both times.
  • The away side has not won this fixture in any of the last five attempts (D1 L4).
  • Dagenham and Redbridge have won four of their last five, losing the other.  However, they've not won back-to-back home games since November 2013.
  • The Chairboys have lost just once away all season in the league, and are unbeaten in their last 12 on the road (W7 D5).
  • Wycombe have seen nine opposition players sent off this season, more than any other League Two side.

Exeter v Morecambe

  • Tom Nichols has scored in his last two appearances against Morecambe for Exeter.
  • Morecambe have never lost at Exeter in a Football League match (W1 D2).
  • The Grecians have won just one of their last seven home matches (D2 L4).
  • The Shrimps have lost just one of their last eight on the road (W3 D4), scoring in each match.
  • No side has won more points from losing positions in League Two this season than Exeter (23).

Hartlepool v Cambridge

  • Pools are unbeaten in three home league games against Cambridge (W1 D2), scoring at least twice in each game. However, they've not played them at home since December 2002.
  • Harrison Dunk scored the winner for Cambridge in the reverse of this fixture (2-1). It's his only goal of the season so far.
  • Hartlepool have won their last three games without conceding. They've not gone four without reply since January 2007 (a run of eight).
  • The U's have won just one of their last 13 league games (D6 L6).
  • Cambridge have scored more second-half goals (32) this season than Hartlepool have in total (29).

Mansfield v York

  • The Stags lost this exact fixture 1-0 last season. They've not lost consecutive home games against York since April 1982.
  • York have scored exactly once in each of their last four meetings with Mansfield in the Football League.
  • Mansfield have conceded just four goals in their last seven home games and never more than once in a match in that time.
  • The Minstermen have conceded a 90th minute goal in their last two away games, costing them three points in total.
  • The Stags' last six goals have all arrived in the second half of games.
  • Jake Hyde has scored in three consecutive away games for York.

Northampton v Luton

  • Northampton have won four of their last five at home to Luton in league competition, losing the other.
  • Luton have scored just two goals across their last five league visits to Sixfields.
  • Luke Guttridge scored his first Football League goal for Luton with a 90th minute winner in the reverse of this fixture.
  • The Cobblers lost their last home game (0-2), this after winning six in a row and scoring in 19 successive home games.
  • The Hatters have lost their last five league games. They last lost six in a row between April and August 2008 (a run of seven).
  • Northampton have scored a league-high 19 goals in the final 15 minutes of games this season.

Oxford v Carlisle

  • The U's are unbeaten in seven home league games against Carlisle (W5 D2), conceding just three goals in that run.
  • Derek Asamoah scored the winner as Carlisle came from behind to win the reverse of this fixture in October.
  • Oxford have failed to score in their last three games, losing 2-0 in each of the last two (D1).
  • Meanwhile, the Cumbrians have kept a clean sheet in their last two away games (W1 D1).
  • Carlisle have conceded 32 goals in the first half of games this season, more than any other side.

Portsmouth v Shrewsbury

  • Portsmouth have won all 10 of their previous home meetings with Shrewsbury in all competitions. They've conceded just three goals in that run and scored 29, never conceding more than one or scoring fewer than two.
  • However, the Shrews have won their last two meetings with Portsmouth.
  • Ryan Taylor has scored four goals in his last four home games for Pompey.
  • Shrewsbury have alternated between victory and defeat in their last five away games, winning their last trip 4-1 at Morecambe.
  • Pompey have conceded 22 goals in the opening 30 minutes of games this season, just six fewer than Shrewsbury have shipped in total (28).

Tranmere v Wimbledon

  • The 2-2 draw in the reverse of this fixture was the first ever meeting between the sides.
  • Adebayo Akinfenwa has scored three goals in his last three league games against Tranmere.
  • Rovers have failed to keep a clean sheet in any of their last 13, and have lost six of their last seven (W1).
  • The Dons have lost their last three away games. They've not lost four in a row on the road since September 2012.
  • Tranmere have conceded a league-high 16 headed goals this season, while Akinfenwa has scored more headed goals than any other player (6).

Burton v Stevenage

  • Burton have lost all three of their previous Football League meetings with Stevenage.
  • Stevenage have conceded just one goal in their three previous Football League games against Burton.
  • The Brewers have won their last four league games. They've never won five in a row in the Football League.
  • The Boro are unbeaten in four on the road, though the last three have all ended level.
  • In each of the last six games in which they've scored, Burton have netted at least once in the 85th minute or later.
  • Stevenage have failed to score in their last 253 minutes of football.

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