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Simon Gott 26th Mar 2015 - 12:34

Sky Bet League One Opta Facts March 28-29


Bradford V Oldham

  • Bradford have lost four of their last six home games against the Latics in league competition, drawing the other two.
  • Oldham have won both of their matches against Bradford in all competitions this season.
  • Oldham have gone 11 games unbeaten against the Bantams in all competitions (W9 D2).
  • Bradford's last three league games have all ended in score draws.
  • Rhys Turner has three goals in his last three games for the Latics.
  • Jon Stead has found the net in each of his last two league games for the Bantams. He last scored in three successive league games in May 2011 while at Bristol City.


Bristol City V Barnsley

  • Bristol City have scored two or more goals in each of their last seven home games against the Tykes, netting 23 in the process.
  • Barnsley haven't won at Ashton Gate since October 1993, losing nine and drawing three since that victory.
  • Bristol City have gone 368 minutes without conceding a goal at home in League One.
  • Only Preston (10) are on a longer unbeaten run currently in League One than these two sides (Barnsley on 8, Bristol City on 7).
  • Luke Freeman has recorded more assists than any other player in the division (12).


Chesterfield V Walsall

  • Chesterfield have lost only one of their last eight at home to Walsall, winning three (D4).
  • Walsall are unbeaten in four against the Spireites in league competition (W2 D2).
  • Chesterfield have gone six games without keeping a clean sheet against the Saddlers.
  • Tom Bradsaw scored the only goal of the game as Walsall beat Chesterfield in the reverse of this fixture in October.
  • 33 goals have been scored in the last nine league matches at the Proact Stadium (21 for Chesterfield), an average of 3.7 per game.
  • Walsall have kept a clean sheet in four of their last seven games on the road (W4 D1 L2).


Crawley V Gillingham

  • Both sides have found the back of the net in each of the four previous meetings between the two sides at the Broadfield Stadium.
  • The Gills are unbeaten in three against the Red Devils in all competitions, winning two. In fact, one of those wins came at the Broadfield Stadium this term in the JPT.
  • Crawley have won each of their last three league games. They last won four on the spin in March 2012, a run which included a victory over Gillingham.
  • Doug Loft has played a part in each of Gillingham's last three goals (assisting two and scoring another).
  • The Red Devils' clean sheet against Leyton Orient was their first for 15 League One games.


Leyton Orient V Port Vale

  • Leyton Orient have won their last three league games against Port Vale at Brisbane Road.
  • Port Vale have kept just one clean sheet in their last 12 trips to Leyton Orient.
  • The O's have collected just 16 points from their home games this season - only Notts County have fewer (15). They had 36 from their opening 19 home matches last campaign.
  • Louis Dodds' double against Crawley was his first since September 2012 against Fleetwood Town.
  • Vale have conceded the joint-most headed goals in League One (14).


Notts County V Scunthorpe

  • Notts County have won all nine of their previous league matches against Scunthorpe at Meadow Lane.
  • The Iron are winless in seven against the Magpies, losing four.
  • Notts County were in the top six at the start of November but now find themselves outside of the relegation only on goal difference.
  • Scunthorpe haven't won any of their last eight in League One (D3 L5), the longest current wait in the league.
  • The Magpies have collected just 15 points in home games, fewer than any other side in the division.


Peterborough V Coventry

  • Peterborough have won three of their last four at home to the Sky Blues, keeping a clean sheet in each win (L1).
  • Coventry have kept just one clean sheet in their last 10 against the Posh.
  • The Posh have won five of their last six home games in League One, including each of the last four (L1).
  • Coventry have now dropped 26 points from leading positions this season, the joint highest in the top four tiers (level with Bournemouth).
  • No Coventry player has scored more goals than Dominic Samuel this season (6), having only joined on loan in January.


Rochdale V Yeovil

  • Ian Henderson scored twice as Rochdale secured a 3-0 victory over the Glovers in the reverse of this fixture in October.
  • Yeovil have kept a clean sheet in each of their last two away to Rochdale (W1 D1).
  • The Dale have been victorious in each of their previous three league matches at Spotland, scoring nine times in the process and letting in just two.
  • Yeovil's last three in the league have all ended in defeat, with the Glovers failing to score in any of those games.
  • The Glovers last tasted success on the road in League One in December, going nine games without an away win (D2 L7).


Sheff Utd V Crewe

  • Sheffield United have won nine and lost none of their 12 league clashes against Crewe at Bramall Lane.
  • Crewe have scored just six goals across those 12 games, with three arriving in one fixture in 2012.
  • Sheffield United have found the net in each of their last 12 league games.
  • The Railwaymen have lost four of their last five league matches, winning the other. In that time, they've conceded 13 times.
  • Jose Baxter has netted six goals in his last seven games for Sheffield United.


Fleetwood V Preston

  • The five-goal thriller back in October was the first ever competitive meeting between Fleetwood and Preston.
  • Joe Garner scored his first league hat-trick for Preston in the reverse fixture as the Lilywhites came from behind to win.
  • Fleetwood have picked up more yellow cards than any other side in League One (79).
  • PNE are on a 10-game unbeaten run, winning eight of those matches. In those matches, they've kept seven clean sheets.
  • Joe Garner has six goals in his last four league games for Preston, and nine in his last nine.



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