League Two Opta Facts - October 20-21
Accrington Stanley have a 100% record against AFC Wimbledon at home, winning all four of their league games.
The Dons recorded their first ever victory over Accrington when beating them 2-1 last term, failing on the other seven occasions (D1 L6).
Accrington have lost just one home game in their last nine (W5 D3) - though it came in their last game at the Crown Ground against Oxford.
Wimbledon have won one of their last 18 away league games.
Bristol are on a four game winning streak against Notts County in the league, their best run since 1958.
The Magpies have only managed one victory in their last 12 visits to Bristol (City, Rovers) in the league (D2 L9).
Rovers have lost seven of their last eight home league games (stretching back to the 2013/14 season).
County have conceded a league-high 11 goals in the last 15 minutes of games this season.
Hartlepool have only lost once against Barnet in their last seven home league encounters (W4 D2).
However, Barnet did win in their last league clash at Victoria Park 1-0 in November 2006.
Pools are aiming to win back-to-back games for the first time since they won their opening three games of this season.
Barnet are one of two clubs yet to win away in League Two this season (along with Stevenage), losing all six games so far.
Luton have only lost in two of their last 11 encounters with Leyton Orient, only failing to score on two occasions (W7 D2)
However the O's have won their last two games against the Hatters, winning both by a one goal margin in 2008.
Luton are unbeaten in three games at Kenilworth Road, winning two.
Orient striker Jay Simpson has scored 10 goals this season and is the League Two top scorer.
Morecambe's biggest ever win in the Football League came against Crawley in September 2011, winning 6-0.
Crawley recorded a draw in their most recent meeting with the Shrimps, 1-1 in February 2012.
The Shrimps have scored the most goals in League Two (28) and won 5-2 last time out against Wimbledon.
Crawley have lost three of their last four on the road (W1).
Morecambe's Jamie Devitt has registered ten assists this season, three more than he managed last season.
Northampton have conceded two or more goals in four of their last five home league games against Carlisle.
Carlisle beat the Cobblers in both encounters last season with former player Kyle Dempsey involved in three of the four goals.
Northampton have scored eight headed goals this season (via seven different players), more than any other team in League Two.
The Cumbrians are one of two sides (along with Wycombe) yet to concede a goal in the last 15 minutes of games this season.
Oxford have only lost twice to Plymouth at home in all competitions (W10 D8).
Plymouth have won just once away at Oxford in the league, though this was in December 2013 (D3 L5).
Oxford are the only unbeaten home side remaining in League Two this season, last tasting defeat at the Kassam Stadium in March.
Plymouth are the only side yet to concede a headed goal in League Two, while Oxford have conceded the highest percentage of headed goals (36%).
In the four league encounters between these two clubs, Pompey are unbeaten at home (W1 D1) although they have lost both away games.
This will be Teddy Sheringham's first match as a manager against a club that he once played for.
Pompey have lost just one of their last 15 games (W8 D6).
Stevenage have won one of their last 13 away games (D8 L4).
Wycombe's first league win against Newport came last term when they beat the Exiles 2-0 at Rodney Parade.
However, Newport have beaten Wycombe in both league matches played at Adams Park.
No team has kept more clean sheets than Wycombe in League Two (6).
The Exiles have scored just one away goal this season, the worst record in League Two.
Yeovil are unbeaten in the two league home encounters with the Stags (W1 D1), beating them 5-2 last time out.
However, Mansfield recorded their first ever league victory against the Glovers in the reverse fixture that same season, winning 4-1.
All five of Ryan Bird's goals this season for Yeovil have come at Huish Park.
The Stags have won four of their last six on the road (L2), including their previous two; they haven't won three in a row away from home in the Football League since February 2008.
York have beaten Dagenham in two of their three league encounters at home (L1), scoring three goals on both occasions.
In contrast, the Daggers have beaten York 2-0 in three of their last four league encounters.
York's Michael Coulson has scored two goals in the three league games he has played season.
The Daggers, 23rd in League Two, have won only one of their previous 14 league games (D5 L8).
Alex Nicholls had a hand in goals in both encounters with Cambridge last season (one goal, one assist).
Cambridge are unbeaten in their last three visits to Exeter in league competition (W2 D1).
The Grecians have lost just one of their last seven home games (W4 D2).
Cambridge have won one of their last eight away games (D4 L3), failing to score in half of those games.