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Lewis Constable 12th Mar 2015 - 15:44

League One Opta Facts March 14

Bristol City v Gillingham
This will be the fifth competitive meeting between these two sides already in 2014-15, with Bristol City unbeaten in the previous four (W3 D1).
Both teams have scored in each of the last six competitive meetings between Gillingham and Bristol City.
The Robins have won five consecutive games for the second time this season. However, they've not won six in a row since February 2004 (a run of 11).
Gillingham have lost just one of their last 10 in league competition (W6 D3).
No side has scored more (30) or conceded fewer (11) first-half goals this season than Bristol City.
Luke Freeman has three goals and three assists in his last five league games.

Chesterfield v Coventry
Chesterfield have won just one of their last five home games against Coventry (W1 D2 L2).
Crawley (10) are the only side to have won fewer points away from home in League One this season than Coventry (14).
Chesterfield are looking to win three successive league games for the first time this season.
This will be Coventry's first trip to Chesterfield to play a competitive game since October 1960.
The meeting between these two sides earlier this season ended 0-0.
Only Walsall (6) have drawn more League One games 0-0 this season than both of these sides (4).

Colchester v Crawley
The last three league meetings between these two sides have produced just three goals.
Crawley Town have won the fewest points away from home in League One this season (10).
The U's have kept just one clean sheet in their last 12 home league games.
However, no side has won fewer (2), lost more (11) or scored fewer goals (13) away from home than Crawley this season.
No side has conceded more goals from penalties than Colchester this season (6).

Doncaster v Peterborough
Just one of the last six meetings between these two sides have seen the home team pick up a victory.
The Posh have conceded a goal in each of their last eight League One matches away from home.
No side has conceded more goals in the opening 15 minutes of matches than Doncaster this season (11).
Peterborough have won each of their last three league games, conceding just one goal in the process.
The Posh have scored 16 goals from outside the box in League One this season, more than any other team.

Fleetwood v Rochdale
Fleetwood have failed to score in both of their previous two league home games against Rochdale.
Rochdale have failed to score in their last 230 minutes of action against Fleetwood Town.
Josh Morris has scored in his last two games for Fleetwood, after a run of nine without one.
Ian Henderson has scored as many goals in his last two games for Rochdale as he had in his previous 10 (3).
Rochdale have scored more headed goals this term than any other side (17).

Leyton Orient v Yeovil
The last three games between Orient and Yeovil at the Matchroom Stadium have produced 15 goals.
Just one of the last seven competitive meetings between these two clubs has seen the away side win.
The O's have won just one of their last six at home, losing the other five.
However, Yeovil have won none of their last seven away from home (D2 L5), scoring just three goals in that run.
No side has scored fewer goals in the opening 15 minutes of games this season than Yeovil (1).

Notts County v Bradford
Notts County have kept a clean sheet in three of their last five league meetings with Bradford City.
Bradford have not won any of their last three away league games against County, last winning there in league competition in Feb 2008.
The Magpies have lost eight of their last nine at home in the league (W1).
The Bantams are without a win in three on the road (D1 L2).
Notts County's Liam Noble has picked up more yellow cards (13) and more red cards (3) than any other League One player this season.

Oldham v Barnsley
Oldham have picked up just one point in their last four league meetings with Barnsley (L3 D1).
Barnsley have won five league games in a row for the first time since September 1996.
Oldham defeated Barnsley on penalties in the JP Trophy earlier this season after a 2-2 draw at SportsDirect.com Park.
The last three games between these two sides at SportsDirect.com Park have produced 12 goals in total.
Oldham have lost four of their last five league matches (L4 W1).
Barnsley have not conceded a single goal in 457 minutes of league football.

Port Vale v Swindon
Port Vale have failed to score in four of their last six games against Swindon Town.
Swindon Town have won each of their last six meetings with Port Vale.
After a run of 13 games without a goal, Mark Marshall has scored four in his last six for Vale.
The Robins are without a win in four away games in League One (D1 L3).
No player currently playing in League One has been involved in more goals for a single club this season than Andy Williams (21; 20 goals, 1 assist).

Preston v Crewe
Preston have dropped just two points in their last seven league games, winning 19 of a possible 21.
Crewe are unbeaten in their last five meetings with Preston North End (W4 D1).
North End have lost just one of their last 29 home games in league competition (W17 D11). They've also found the net in each of their last 22 at Deepdale.
The Railwaymen have lost their last three on the road.
Crewe have conceded more goals away from home (35) than Preston have in total this season (30).

Scunthorpe v Sheffield United
Scunthorpe are unbeaten in their last 10 home games against the Blades (W4 D6).
Sheffield United have not conceded a goal in their last 210 minutes of competitive action against Scunthorpe.
The Iron have kept just one clean sheet at home in League One this season, a league-low.
42% of Sheffield United's goals in League One this season have come in the final 15 minutes of games (20/48) - the highest such ratio in the division.
The Blades have both scored and conceded in each of their last eight league games.

Walsall v MK Dons
Walsall have drawn more games 0-0 in League One this season than any other side (6).
The away side have won five of their last seven meetings between Walsall and MK Dons.
The Saddlers have failed to score in their last two home games in the league. They've not gone three without a goal since September 2001.
The Dons have scored a league-high 43 goals in the second half of games this season; nine more than Walsall have in total (34).
MK Dons have picked up more yellow cards than any other team this season (75).
Walsall are the only side yet to be shown a red card in League One this season.

 

 
 
 

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