League Two Opta Facts – Sep 24
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Aldershot v Crawley Town
This will be the first ever meeting between these two sides in the Football League.
The last four league matches between Aldershot and Crawley (Blue Square Premier) have all ended with an away win.
Aldershot are unbeaten in their last five league games, winning three and drawing two.
The Shots have managed just two goals in their four home games in League Two this season, however.
Crawley have lost two away games on the bounce, conceding nine goals in the space of their last 158 minutes of football on the road.
Bradford v AFC Wimbledon
This will be the first ever meeting between Bradford and AFC Wimbledon.
Bradford have not kept a clean sheet in any of their last 16 league games; the longest-such run in League Two.
Despite scoring six goals in their last four league games, Bradford have not managed a win in this period.
Wimbledon have lost only one of their four Football League away games so far.
Terry Brown's side have failed to keep a clean sheet in their last six league games.
Cheltenham v Hereford
The home side has won just one of the previous six Football League meetings between Hereford and Cheltenham.
Coming in to this match, Cheltenham have scored only one goal in their last 301 minutes of football against the Bulls.
Alongside Accrington, No side have gone longer without a league away win than Hereford United (11 games).
Cheltenham have won three of their four home games in League Two so far this season.
The Bulls have conceded 11 goals in their last three league games, including a 1-6 defeat in their game against Gillingham last weekend.
Crewe v Port Vale
Three of the last four games between Crewe and Port Vale have ended 2-1.
Crewe striker Shaun Miller has scored four goals in his last three starts against Port Vale.
The Railwaymen have won four of their last five games in League Two.
Crewe lost their first two league games at home this season, both 1-2, before winning their next two, both 3-1.
Five of the last six league games involving Port Vale have seen exactly five goals scored.
Gillingham v Burton Albion
Gillingham have scored exactly one goal in each of their three previous competitive meetings with Burton Albion.
Coming in to this game, all three of the goals that Gillingham have scored against Burton have arrived in the second half.
Burton Albion have scored in 15 successive league games; the longest-such run in League Two.
Gillingham scored as many goals in their last match; a 6-1 victory over Hereford, as they had in their previous six games put together.
Burton have lost just once in the league so far this season, winning four and drawing the other four games.
Morecambe v Bristol Rovers
This will be the first-ever competitive meeting between these two sides.
Alongside Northampton Town, Morecambe have kept the most clean sheets in League Two this season (4).
Morecambe have won 20 of a possible 24 points from their last eight games in League Two.
The Pirates have won only once in their last six league games.
Morecambe have conceded a league-low five goals so far this term.
Northampton v Dagenham & Redbridge
This will be only the third competitive meeting between the sides, with both of the previous two games - in 2009-10 - ending 1-0 to Northampton.
Both of the goals scored in the previous two meetings between Northampton and Dagenham & Redbridge have arrived in the final 20 minutes of the game.
The Daggers have not drawn any of their last 67 league games 0-0.
Northampton have failed to find the net in three of their four league games at the Sixfields Stadium this season.
Dagenham & Redbridge have lost four successive games in League Two.
Oxford United v Accrington Stanley
The only two previous competitive meetings between Oxford United and Accrington Stanley were last season, and both ended 0-0.
Alongside Hereford, No side have gone longer without a league away win than Accrington (11 games).
Stanley have gone four successive league games without a victory.
Three of Oxford's four home games in League Two this term have ended in a score draw.
Just one of Oxford United's last eight games has ended in defeat.
Plymouth v Macclesfield
Only one of the previous six competitive meetings between Plymouth and Macclesfield has ended in a draw.
This will be the first time that these two sides have met in Plymouth in little over 10 years (22/09/2001).
Plymouth have gone 12 games in league competition without a victory.
Plymouth have scored only one goal in their last 671 minutes of league football.
Macclesfield have failed to keep a clean sheet in any of their last four league games, this after shutting out the opposition in each of the previous three.
Rotherham v Southend
Southend have won each of their last four meetings with Rotherham.
Blair Sturrock scored the winning goal for Southend in both of their meetings with Rotherham last season, both before the 14 minute mark.
Seven of Rotherham's nine league games this season have witnessed at least three goals.
Rotherham have won 10 of the 12 points possible at the Don Valley Stadium this season.
Southend have conceded a goal in all four of their away games in League Two this season.
Shrewsbury v Torquay
Coming in to this game, Shrewsbury have not scored in 355 minutes of football against Torquay.
The Gulls are unbeaten in their last six competitive meetings with Shrewsbury, including an aggregate victory over Graham Turner's side in the playoff semi-finals last season.
The Shrews have not lost any of their last 10 league games at home, the longest-such run in League Two.
Torquay have drawn a league-high five games this season so far.
Four of the Gulls last five games in League Two have ended level.
Swindon v Barnet
The home side have not won any of the previous four meetings between these two clubs (excl. penalty shootout victories).
Swindon have gone 15 league games without a draw.
Swindon have won three of their four home games in League One so far this season.
The Bees have won just one of their last eight league games.
No player in the division has scored more goals than Barnet striker Izale McLeod so far this season (7).
In fact, McLeod has scored 18 goals in League Two so far in 2011; no player has more.