Sky Bet League One Opta Facts Feb 20th – 22nd
Barnsley v Doncaster Rovers
Barnsley are winless in six contests with their Yorkshire neighbours (D3 L3).
Doncaster haven’t won any of their last four visits to Oakwell, though three of these have ended all square.
Barnsley have scored the most headed goals in League One this term (13), while Doncaster have scored the joint-fewest (2).
The Tykes have won more points from their last six games than any other side in the division (15).
Doncaster Rovers are enduring the current longest losing streak in League One (three defeats).
Bradford City v Rochdale
Bradford have lost four of their last five home games against Rochdale, winning the other.
Rochdale are looking to win four successive away games at Bradford in the league for the first time.
Rochdale have conceded more headers than any other League One side this season (12).
Bradford’s James Hanson has bagged six headed goals this season; a league-high.
Dale have kept only one clean sheet from their last 12 league matches.
Bury v Colchester United
Bury have scored in seven of their last eight against Colchester, yet only one of these games has seen them score more than once (4-1 win in April 2012).
The U’s have won four of the last six league games against Bury, losing the other two.
Colchester United have conceded 73 goals from their 31 league games so far this season; the most in the top four tiers.
In fact, 73 goals conceded after 31 games in the worst return in the top four tiers since Doncaster Rovers shipped 80 goals from their first 31 matches in 1997/98.
The U’s are without a win in 17 games; the current longest winless run in the division.
Chesterfield v Crewe Alexandra
The Spireites have lost just one of their last six league matches against Crewe, winning three and drawing two.
The Railwaymen haven’t lost three in a row against Chesterfield since January 1994.
The last three games between these two sides at Chesterfield have seen 19 goals scored, though 10 of these came in a 5-5 draw in October 2010.
No League One side has scored fewer goals via substitutes this season than Crewe (2).
Chesterfield have conceded a league-high 15 goals in the closing 15 minutes of play this season.
Fleetwood Town v Scunthorpe United
Fleetwood Town have won just one of their five league games against Scunthorpe (D2 L2).
Scunthorpe have kept a clean sheet in three of their five league games against the Cod Army, conceding two goals in each of the other two.
No League One side has scored more goals via substitutes this season than Fleetwood Town (7).
The Iron have won their last four matches; the current longest winning run in the division.
Fleetwood have won just one of their last 10 (D6 L3) and none of the last five (D4 L1).
Milwall v Peterborough United
Millwall have lost their last two league games against Peterborough, conceding five goals in each match.
Jon Taylor scored twice for Peterborough in the reverse fixture in October.
The Posh have lost just one of their last five league visits to the Den (W2 D2).
No player in England’s top four tiers has scored more league goals in 2016 than Lee Gregory (8).
Peterborough have conceded exactly two goals in four of their last five away matches, keeping a shutout in the other.
Oldham Athletic v Gillingham
Oldham have won five of their last six home fixtures against the Gills, drawing their last meeting there in September 2014 0-0.
Gillingham have scored six times in their last two league games against the Latics, this after going four without a goal against them.
Dominic Poleon has found the net twice and assisted another goal in his last two games against Gillingham.
The Latics have fielded 35 players so far in this campaign; no League One side has used more.
The Gills have scored more goals than any other team in England’s top four tiers this term (57).
Oldham have won fewer points at home than any other League One team this season (7).
Sheffield United v Port Vale
The Blades have scored in each of their last 10 league games against Port Vale, last failing to score against them in November 1997.
Port Vale have only won once in the Football League away at Sheffield United (D3 L12).
Jamal Campbell-Ryce has scored three goals and assisted a further two in his last three league games v Port Vale.
The Blades have failed to score in three of their last four league contests (W1 D1 L2).
Port Vale have only netted more than once in just one of their last 13 matches, scoring 10 in the process.
Swindon Town v Blackpool
Swindon are unbeaten in six home league games against Blackpool, but five of these have ended all square.
Blackpool have kept a clean sheet in each of their last three league games against the Robins.
Only nine different players have got on the scoresheet for Blackpool this season; the fewest spread in the league.
Swindon Town have scored 14 goals in the final 15 minutes this season; a joint-high with Wigan.
Walsall v Wigan Athletic
Walsall have won four of their last five home matches against the Latics, though their last meeting was in October 2003 (L1).
Wigan haven’t kept a clean sheet in each of their last 10 visits to Walsall.
The Latics have produced 19 different goalscorers so far in 2015/16; a league-high.
Walsall have used fewer players in League One this season than any other side (21).
Southend United v Burton Albion
Southend have scored just twice in five home league games against the Brewers, but have only conceded three times also.
Burton have won the last two league contests with the Shrimpers, this after going three without a win against them (D1 L2). They’ve never won three in a row against Southend.
The Brewers have kept more clean sheets than any other L1 side this season (15).
After winning three matches in a row, the Shrimpers have since lost their last two.