League Two Opta Facts - March 3rd
Accrington v Shrewsbury
Luke Simpson was sent off in the reverse of this fixture as Accrington fell to a 4-0 defeat.
The Shrews have lost just one of their last eight against Stanley (W5 D2), conceding just four goals in that time.
Accrington have scored exactly one goal in each of their last four at the Crown Ground, winning two (D1 L1).
Shrewsbury boast the meanest defence in the division this term, conceding just 24 goals in 33 games.
AFC Wimbledon v Southend
The Dons have lost all three previous home league meetings with Southend, scoring just once and conceding nine.
Indeed, the away side has won this fixture on six of the previous seven occasions they have met in league competition.
Barry Corr has found the net in each of his last three games for Southend.
The Wombles have won their last three at home, scoring two or more in each game. They've not won four in a row September 2013 (a run of five wins).
Bury v Luton
These sides have met three times already this season, Luton winning once and two draws.
In those two draws, the home side has hit a 90th minute equaliser.
Luton are one of two sides yet to lose when going ahead in matches this season, winning 16 and drawing three (Burton the other team).
The Shakers have lost only two of their last 15 games at Gigg Lane, winning 10 (D3).
Cambridge v York
Cambridge have won their last three home games against York in league competition without reply, having gone six without a win previously.
Both sides scored a penalty in the 2-2 draw in the reverse of this fixture in August, with Wes Fletcher's rescuing a point for York in the 82nd minute.
Cambridge are winless in four at the Abbey Stadium, losing two and drawing two.
York have failed to score in three of their last four away games (D1 L3).
Carlisle v Cheltenham
There have been just 10 goals scored in the last eight meetings between these sides, and never more than two in a match in that time.
Cheltenham have failed to win any of their eight league visits to Carlisle, five draws followed by three defeats. They've failed to score in their last three games there.
Carlisle have lost four games in a row for the first time since August 2013 (a run of five defeats).
The Robins have conceded in each of their last 13 games on the road (25 goals conceded).
Dag & Red v Hartlepool
The Daggers won the reverse of this fixture 2-0 thanks to goals from Luke Howell and Abu Ogogo.
The Pools have lost none of their two league visits to Dagenham (W1 D1).
Dagenham and Redbridge have dropped a league-high 21 points from winning positions this season, with 12 of those arriving in home games.
No side has shipped more second half goals this season than Hartlepool (34).
Newport v Mansfield
Both sides had a player sent off in this exact fixture last season as the game finished 1-1.
Mansfield have failed to win any of their four visits to Newport, including in the Conference (D1 L3).
The Exiles have committed more fouls this term than any other side (422).
The Stags have won just one point from losing positions this season; a league-low.
Northampton v Portsmouth
Northampton have won none of their last eight league meetings with Pompey (D1 L7), scoring just two goals. However, they did beat them in the Johnstone's Paint Trophy in October (2-1).
Portsmouth have won their last three away games against the Cobblers without reply.
The Cobblers have scored 19 goals in the final 15 minutes this term, five more than any other team.
Matt Tubbs has scored three and assisted two more in his last three games for Portsmouth.
Oxford v Morecambe
Oxford have won just one of their last seven against Morecambe (D4 L2).
The Shrimps have failed to keep a clean sheet in any of their four visits to Oxford in league competition.
No side has scored more goals from the penalty spot this season than Oxford (6).
Jamie Devitt has assisted more goals for Morecambe this term than any other player (5).
Stevenage v Plymouth
The 1-1 draw in the reverse of this fixture was the first ever meeting between the sides.
Deane Smalley's 90th minute penalty in that fixture rescued a point for Plymouth; his first goal for the club.
Dean Parrett has scored in consecutive matches for the first time in his career. Indeed, his tally of three league goals so far this season is his best return in a single campaign.
Plymouth have won six and lost none of their last nine away league games played on a Tuesday.
Tranmere v Wycombe
Tranmere have won three and lost one of their five home meetings with Wycombe.
Wycombe have kept just one clean sheet in their 11 previous league meetings with Tranmere.
Tranmere have won only one of their last 14 league fixtures held on a Tuesday (D5 L8), though it came against Wycombe in the reverse fixture in August.
Fred Onyedinma has scored seven league goals for Wycombe this season, all coming in sets of three successive games.