Sky Bet League Two Opta Facts April 14-15
Bury V Shrewsbury
Bury have failed to score in their last two games against Shrewsbury; they've not gone three without reply since September 1993.
Shrewsbury have gone five games without an away win versus Bury (D2 L3).
Bury's 5-0 loss in the reverse fixture was their heaviest ever loss to Shrewsbury in the Football League.
The Shrews have won six consecutive league games for the second time this season. The only side to win seven on the spin are Luton.
Jean-Louis Akpa Akpro's brace against Exeter ended a run of 13 league games without a strike.
Cheltenham V Cambridge
Cheltenham won the reverse fixture 2-1 thanks to goals from Matt Richards and Terry Gornell.
Cambridge have scored in each of their five previous games against Cheltenham in the Football League.
The Robins have won fewer points at home this season than any other League Two side (20).
22 of the last 23 league goals conceded by Cambridge have come from open play.
Cheltenham have lost each of their last five league fixtures. The only side to lose more in succession this season are Luton (7).
Dag & Red V Luton
Both sides have scored in all three previous meetings in the Football League, one win for Dagenham and two for Luton.
Luton won the reverse of this game back in October courtesy of a hat-trick from Mark Cullen (3-1).
Four of Dagenham's last six league goals have been scored by Jamie Cureton.
Eight of the Hatters' last nine games has ended in defeat, but they did win their last away game against Tranmere.
Mark Cullen has scored only one goal in his last 11 league games.
Hartlepool V Accrington
Hartlepool have won four of their last five games at home to Accrington, including each of the last three (D1).
Accrington's last league win away to Hartlepool United arrived back in April 1955.
Hartlepool have won six of their nine home games in 2015, losing the other three.
No side has kept fewer clean sheets than Accrington in League Two this season (5).
Scott Flinders has made more saves than any other keeper in League Two (151).
Mansfield V Tranmere
Mansfield have lost only one of their last 13 home games against Rovers, winning five (D7).
Tranmere have won three of their last five against Mansfield in league competition (D1 L1).
Vadaine Oliver and Rakish Bingham have each scored four league goals at Field Mill this season; the joint-most for Mansfield.
Tranmere have kept a clean sheet in each of their last two games in all comps vs Mansfield.
The Stags have lost three of their last four at home in league competition, winning the other.
Tranmere haven't lost consecutive away games against Mansfield since March 1958.
Oxford Utd V Northampton
Oxford have won their last four at home to Northampton, this after losing the previous two.
Northampton have never kept a clean sheet away to Oxford in the league, conceding in all 10 trips.
Oxford have been adjudged offside the fewest number of times in League Two (54).
Northampton have been shown more yellow cards than any other League Two sides (79).
James Gray has scored three times in his last four games for the Cobblers.
Plymouth V Wimbledon
Plymouth have won only one of their seven previous clashes against the Dons in the Football League (D3 L3).
Wimbledon are unbeaten in five against the Pilgrims, winning two.
Only Shrewsbury (21) have kept more clean sheets than the Pilgrims this season (20).
AFC Wimbledon have lost 27 points from leading positions this campaign, more than any other side in the top four tiers. They're also one of four League Two sides yet to win from behind.
The Dons are the only League Two side yet to win away from home in 2015 (D4 L6).
Bobby Reid and George Francomb have recorded 10 assists this season. No League Two player has more.
Southend V Newport
Southend have failed to score in their last two games against Newport; they've not gone three without reply since April 1939.
Newport have lost just one of their last nine matches against Southend, winning five.
Southend are unbeaten in five home league matches, keeping a clean sheet in four of those games (W3 D2).
Only one of Newport's last 26 goals hasn't come from open play (Chapman penalty v Carlisle in January).
Barry Corr has scored nine times in his last 11 games for Southend. No League Two player has more goals than him in 2015 (10).
Stevenage V Portsmouth
Stevenage have won both of their previous two home games against Portsmouth in all competitions by a 2-1 scoreline.
Portsmouth won the reverse of this fixture back in October, 3-2, with Jed Wallace, Miles Storey and Joe Devera bagging the goals.
Only one of Stevenage's last 13 league games has ended in defeat (W6 D6)
Andy Awford won just two of his final 10 league games as Portsmouth manager (D4 L4).
The last four goals shipped by Stevenage in League Two have come in the eight minutes leading up to half-time.
Wycombe V Exeter
Wycombe have lost just one of their five home games against Exeter, though three have been draws (W1).
Exeter have found the net in 10 of their previous 11 meetings with Wycombe in the Football League.
While Wycombe top the league table for away form, they sit just 12th based on games at Adams Park (W9 D7 L5).
Exeter have gained 27 points from behind this season in League Two, more than any other club.
The Grecians have scored four times directly from free-kicks this season, more than any other side. Wycombe have three.
York V Morecambe
York have lost just one of their five games against Morecambe, though three have been draws (W1).
Jack Redshaw scored a 90th minute equaliser for Morecambe in the reverse fixture after Michael Coulson opened the scoring for York.
York have gone three league games without conceding. They last kept more successive clean sheets in April 2014 (a run of seven games).
Morecambe haven't lost on the road in League Two since February (W3 D3).
Alex Kenyon had scored just once in 71 league appearances for Morecambe prior to today's brace against Portsmouth.
Burton V Carlisle
Burton have failed to score in two of their three previous meetings in all competitions against Carlisle, though they scored four against them back in October.
Six of the seven goals scored in the reverse fixture this season arrived in the first half.
Stuart Beavon (8) has had a hand in more league goals at the Pirelli Stadium this term than any other Burton player (four goals, four assists).
Carlisle's only competitive win over Burton was back in April 2005 in the Conference (1-0).
The Brewers have lost only one of their last 14 league games at home, winning 10 (D3).
Kyle Dempsey (8) has had a hand in more league goals on the road than any other Carlisle player this season (three goals, five assists).