League Two Opta Facts March 7
Accrington v Portsmouth
Piero Mingoia scored the winner in the reverse of this fixture, as Stanley earned their first ever win over Portsmouth (3-2).
Pompey have scored in each of their three previous league meetings with Accrington.
After 30 games without a goal for Stanley, Josh Windass has scored two in his last three games for them.
Following a run of three straight wins, across which they scored 10 goals, Pompey are winless and have failed to score in their last two games (D1 L1).
Portsmouth have conceded 18 goals in the opening 30 minutes of matches this season, more than any other side.
AFC Wimbledon v York
The Dons have won four of their five previous league meetings with York (L1), scoring at least twice in each victory.
York won this exact fixture last season thanks to a Michael Coulson goal (1-0).
This will be the fourth meeting between the sides this season, with Wimbledon having won two of the previous three (D1).
Wimbledon have dropped a league-high 16 points from leading positions in home games this season.
The Minstermen's last two away games have ended 3-0 (W1 L1).
The Dons have failed to score in their last three games (D2 L1). They've never gone four without a goal in the Football League.
Bury v Oxford
Bury have lost just one of their last seven at home to Oxford, though four have ended in a draw (W2).
Oxford came from behind to win the reverse of this fixture 2-1 in December, courtesy of Tyrone Barnett's 90th minute winner.
The Shakers have won their last four games, keeping a clean sheet in their last three. The last time they won five in a row was in April 2011, and they last kept four consecutive shutouts in March 2011.
No team has won (7) or scored more (6) penalties than Oxford this season.
Oxford's Danny Hylton has scored 13 league goals this season, matching his previous best in the Football League set in 2011/12 with Aldershot Town.
Carlisle v Exeter
Carlisle have won just three of their last 17 meetings with Exeter (D4 L10).
The Grecians are winless in their last two visits to Brunton Park (D1 L1), shipping six goals in that time.
Charlie Wyke's five goals for the Cumbrians has earned them six points so far.
Exeter have won just one of their last 11 league games and none of their last seven.
No team has conceded more home goals than Carlisle this season (28).
Cheltenham v Mansfield
The home side has failed to win this fixture in the last six meetings between the two (D1 L5).
Indeed, Mansfield have won on their last two visits to Cheltenham, scoring twice each time.
Cheltenham have won just two games and taken 12 points from their last 20 games - fewer than any other side.
The Stags have won as many games in their last four as they had in the previous 21 (3).
Mansfield's Reggie Lambe has scored in his last two appearances.
Hartlepool v Burton
Hartlepool haven't beaten Burton in the league in three attempts (D1 L2). Their only previous victory against the Brewers was in the 2003/04 FA Cup (1-0 at Burton).
Burton have scored seven goals in their last two meetings with Hartlepool, conceding none.
After a run of nine games without a win at home, Pools have won four of their last five at the Victoria Ground.
The Brewers have lost back-to-back league games. They've not lost three in a row since September 2013.
Burton have scored more second half goals (26) than Hartlepool have in total (25), while Pools have conceded more after half-time (35) than Burton in total (30).
Luton v Morecambe
Steve McNulty was sent off after just 28 minutes in the reverse of this fixture, as Luton crashed to a 3-0 defeat.
Morecambe have never failed to score in their three previous meetings with Luton (W1 D1 L1).
The Hatters are unbeaten in 14 home games (W11 D3).
No side has scored fewer (3) or conceded more (9) in the opening 15 minutes of games than Morecambe this season.
Mark Cullen's 11 goals have been worth 14 points to Luton this season - the highest in the division.
Plymouth v Northampton
Plymouth have won their last three against the Cobblers, with Lewis Alessandra scoring in each game. They've never won four in a row against them.
Northampton have won none of their last five visits to Home Park (D1 L4).
The Pilgrims have lost their last two games without scoring. They've not lost three in a row since April 2014.
The Cobblers have won eight of their last 10 in League Two (D1 L1), conceding just five goals in that run.
League top scorer Marc Richards has 17 goals this season - just two off his previous best set with Port Vale in 2009/10.
Shrewsbury v Cambridge
The Shrews have failed to score in their last four games against Cambridge, with the last two ending 0-0.
The U's have lost just one of their last 14 league meetings with Shrewsbury (W7 D6).
Four of the last five matches between these two contested in Shrewsbury have ended in draw, with the home side winning the other.
Cambridge have won just one of their last nine league games (D3 L5).
The Shrews have scored more (31) and conceded fewer (11) second half goals than any other side this season.
Southend v Wycombe
Southend have never failed to score in their 13 previous league meetings with Wycombe. However, they've also conceded in 11 of those games.
After winning their first two visits to Roots Hall in league competition, the Chairboys are winless in four at Southend (D2 L2).
The Shrimpers have kept a clean sheet in eight of their last nine home games, losing the only game in which they conceded (1-2 vs Accrington).
Wycombe are now unbeaten in 10 on the road (W6 D4) - the longest current sequence in English football.
Fred Onyedinma has scored five goals in his last four games for Wycombe.
Stevenage v Newport
Aaron O'Connor scored and was sent off as Newport won 2-0 in the reverse of this fixture - the first ever meeting between the sides.
The Exiles have won their last two away games against two of the top sides in the division, Burton and Wycombe.
Dean Parrett has scored as many goals in his last three games for Stevenage as he had in his previous 29 for the club (2).
Newport have won their last two away games. They've not won three in a row on the road since October 1983 in the Football League.
No player has been shown more cards than Newport's Andy Sandell in League Two this season (11; 10 yellows, 1 red).
Tranmere v Dag & Red
Rovers are unbeaten in their three previous meetings against Dagenham (W2 D1).
The Daggers have failed to score in their last two against Tranmere.
Tranmere have conceded a league-high three own goals this season.
Jamie Cureton has scored five goals in his last seven games for the Daggers.
Rovers have lost their last three in the league, conceding at least twice in each game.