League Two Opta Facts October 24
Accrington v Dag & Red
Stanley are winless in their last seven league meetings with Dagenham (D2 L5).
The Daggers have won on each of their last three visits to Accrington, scoring exactly two goals each time.
Accrington have won just one of their last four league games, losing the other three.
Dagenham have lost a joint league-high 14 points from winning positions this season (level with York).
The Daggers have shipped a league-high eight headed goals this season.
Bristol Rovers v Newport
Bristol Rovers have scored in each of their last 13 home league meetings with Newport, a run stretching back to March 1948.
The Exiles are winless in five league visits to Bristol Rovers (D1 L4), shipping 13 goals in that run.
Bristol Rovers are unbeaten in four league games (W3 D1), scoring as many goals in that run as Newport have all season (9).
Newport have kept a clean sheet in three of their last four away games.
The Pirates are the only League Two side not to drop any points from leading positions this season, winning all six of their games in which they've been ahead.
Exeter v Notts County
The Grecians have kept just one clean sheet in their last 13 league meetings with Notts County.
The Magpies have lost just one of their last eight visits to St James' Park, though five of these have ended level (W2).
No League Two team has scored more (4) or conceded fewer (0) goals in the opening 15 minutes of games this season than Exeter.
Notts County have kept consecutive clean sheets for the first time this season. They've not gone three without reply since December 2012.
The Magpies have shipped 52% of their goals in the final 15 minutes this season, a league-high share.
Hartlepool v Crawley
This will be just the third league meeting between these sides, with Hartlepool winless so far (D1 L1).
Crawley won on their only previous visit to Hartlepool in league competition, 1-0 in October 2012.
Pools have scored exactly one goal in each of their last four league games (W1 D1 L2).
The Red Devils last 10 league games on the road have produced a total of 39 goals, of which they've conceded 25.
Crawley are one of two sides yet to score in the opening 15 minutes in League Two this season (along with Newport).
Luton v Plymouth
Luton have failed to win any of their last four home games against Plymouth (D2 L2).
The away side has won in four of the last five meetings between these sides in league competition.
The Hatters have scored in each of their last 11 League Two games, the longest current run in the division.
Plymouth have lost just one of their last eight league games (W5 D2), though it was in their last outing at Oxford in midweek.
Reuben Reid has scored four of Plymouth's last five league goals.
Morecambe v Leyton Orient
This will be the first ever competitive meeting between these sides.
Morecambe's Alan Goodall has two league goals to his name against the O's, both for Rochdale in the 2005/06 campaign.
Morecambe's games have produced a league-high 57 goals this season. Indeed, no team has scored (31) or conceded (26) more goals than them in League Two this season.
After winning their first five games this season, the O's have won just one of their last nine in League Two (D5 L3).
League Two top scorer Jay Simpson has scored in his last four league games. Indeed, he's got as many league goals this season as he had in his previous two in the Football League combined (11).
Northampton v Stevenage
Northampton have won both of their previous home league games against Stevenage, keeping a clean sheet both times.
There have been four red cards in the four previous league meetings between these sides, with three of those for Stevenage.
The Cobblers have lost just one of their last eight league games (W5 D2).
By contrast, Teddy Sheringham's side have won just one of their last eight in League Two (D3 L4).
Stevenage have scored a league-high share 53% of their goals from headers this season. Indeed, only Northampton have as many headed goals as them (9).
Oxford v Barnet
Oxford have never lost against Barnet in 10 meetings in all competitions (W7 D3).
The Bees have lost all four of their previous visits to Oxford, scoring just two goals in that time.
The U's are the only unbeaten home side in League Two this season. They've not lost at Kassam Stadium since March (W6 D5).
Barnet have conceded in each of their seven away games this season. In six of those they've conceded at least twice, losing all of these games.
The Bees have conceded five goals in the opening 15 minutes of both the first and second halves of games this season - no League Two side has conceded more in these times.
Portsmouth v Mansfield
All three of the previous league meetings between these sides at Fratton Park have ended level.
Mansfield have scored in each of their previous six league meetings with Pompey, though they've only kept one clean sheet in that time.
Pompey have won just one of their last six home games, though four of these have ended level (L1).
The Stags have won their last three away games. They've not won four in a row in the Football League since February 2008.
Mansfield have conceded just three goals in the second half of games this season, fewer than any other League Two side.
Wycombe v Carlisle
Wycombe won both of these fixtures last season, netting three goals each time.
Carlisle had a player sent off in both meetings with the Chairboys last season.
The Chairboys have lost three consecutive league games for the first time since February 2013. They've not lost four in a row since September 2012.
Carlisle have scored at least once in each of their last seven away games.
Despite having conceded the second highest amount of goals in League Two this season (25), Carlisle are the only team yet to concede in the final 15 minutes of games.
Yeovil v Cambridge
Yeovil have won all four of their previous league meetings with Cambridge, netting 15 goals along the way (3.75 per game).
Jeff Hughes scored the winner the last time he faced Yeovil, while at Fleetwood last season.
The Glovers have failed to score in three of their last four league games.
Cambridge have failed to score in four of their last five away games in League Two.
There have been three red cards across Cambridge's last three League Two fixtures.
York v AFC Wimbledon
York have won just one of their six league meetings with AFC Wimbledon, losing the other five.
The Wombles have scored at least twice in five of their six league meetings with York, failing to score in the other match.
The Minstermen are winless in eight league games (D5 L3), failing to keep a clean sheet in any of these.
There have been 14 goals in AFC Wimbledon's last two league games (F6 A8).
No team has scored (4) or conceded (5) more goals in the opening 15 minutes of games in League Two this season than AFC Wimbledon.