League Two Opta Facts - November 25-26
League Two Opta Facts - November 25th-26th
Barnet have scored exactly one goal in each of their last six meetings with Macclesfield.
The Bees have only won one of their last eight encounters with the Silkmen, losing four and drawing three.
Izale McLeod has scored in each of the last three league games for the Bees.
Macclesfield are now without a win in three league games. They last went four league games with a victory back in April this year.
Barnet have shipped a total of nine goals in their last two league games at Underhill.
There have only been two home wins in the last 11 clashes between these two sides.
Vale have enjoyed just one victory in their last six games against the Gulls, drawing two and losing three.
A league-high 21 of Port Vale's 32 goals in the league this season have come before the break, which equates to 66% of their total haul, also a league-high.
Vale have lost each of their last three league games, conceding two goals in each of those games and netting just one in total.
Torquay have netted a total 12 goals in their last four league games, more than any other side in the same period.
Stanley have failed to score in three of their last four meetings with the Daggers.
Dagenham are unbeaten in their last four clashes with Accrington, winning two (both games last season) and drawing two.
Accrington have drawn more games this season than any other League Two side - eight.
Stanley have come back to win 10 points from losing positions this season, more than any other side.
The Daggers are with a win in their last seven league games, shipping at least two goals in each of those games
These two sides have never met before.
AFC Wimbledon have benefited from two own-goals this season, more than any other League Two side.
Billy Kee has scored six in his last five league games for Burton.
Wimbledon have now gone six league games with a win, their worst run of the campaign.
Albion have suffered just one defeat in their last five League Two fixtures.
Three of the last four meetings between the two sides have ended in a 1-0 scoreline (two wins for Hereford, one for Crewe, the other drawn 1-1).
The Bulls have won on just one of their last eight trips to the Alexandra and although that victory did come last season (1-0).
Hereford have shipped a league-"high" eight headed goals this season.
Crewe have scored just one first-half goal in their last nine league games.
The Bulls have won just one of their eight away leagues this season (only two sides have won none).
Gillingham have won just one of their last four meetings with Bradford, drawing one and losing two, although that victory did come in their last meeting, in March (2-0 at home).
The Gills have bagged a league-high eight penalties this season.
Only one side (Accrington Stanley, 10) have won more points from losing positions than Bradford (nine) in League Two this term.
The Gills have netted a total of three penalty kicks in their last three league games.
The Bantams have failed to find the back of the net in four of their last six league encounters.
The last three meetings between these two sides (in all competitions) have all ended in a 1-1 scoreline.
The Robins have lost just one of their last seven clashes with Oxford (in all competitions).
Darryl Duffy has scored a total of three goals in his last three League Two games for Cheltenham.
Oxford remain one of only two sides (the other is Shrewsbury) yet to lose at home this season (four wins and four draws).
The Robins have kept four clean sheets in their last six league games.
Only one of the last 11 meetings between the two sides has ended in an away win (in all competitions).
Plymouth are the only side in the division yet to reach double figures for points, having accrued nine from 18 games.
Plymouth are also the only League Two side yet to net in the opening 15 minutes.
The Pilgrims have shipped 12 goals in the last 15 minutes of their games, a league-"high" total.
The Cobblers' last two league games have produced a total of 16 goals (two defeats, 3-4 and 2-7).
These two sides have never met before.
Crawley have netted a league-high 12 headed goals this season.
Lewis Grabban has netted six goals in his last six games (in all competitions).
Crawley have netted in each of their last 10 games, however they have also conceded in each of their last six.
The Millers have kept only one clean sheet in their last 13 league games.
Morecambe are unbeaten in their last seven meetings with the Shrews, winning four and drawing three.
The Shrimps have netted exactly three goals on their last two trips to New Meadow, winning both games.
The Shrews have netted 10 goals in the final 15 minutes of their games, a league-high haul.
Morecambe have thrown away a total of 15 points from leading positions this season, more than any other side.
Shrewsbury have kept three clean sheet in their last four league games (winning the other 7-2).
Only one of the last eight meetings between the two sides has ended in an away win.
The last time these two sides met (4-3 home win for Rovers in March 2010), there were two penalties scored, an own-goal and a sending-off.
The Shrimpers have scored in each of their last 11 league games, bagging two or more goals in nine of those games.
The Pirates have only won one of their last seven away league games.
Southend have scored a joint-league-high 21 second-half goals this season.
The last three games between these two sides have produced a total of 15 goals.
Swindon are unbeaten in their last five clashes with the Shots.
Aldershot have shipped two or more goals in six of their last eight League Two fixtures.
Swindon have kept five clean sheets in their last six league games.
The Shots have netted just eight second-half goals this season, a joint-league-low so far.