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Lewis Constable 17th Feb 2016 - 17:33

Sky Bet League Two Opta Facts Feb 20th

Exeter v Newport
Exeter have won just one of their last six league games against Newport, though four have ended level (L1).
Newport have either scored two goals or none at all in each of their last four league visits to Exeter.
The Grecians have failed to score in either of their previous two league games, but haven’t failed to score in three on the bounce since March 2013.
Newport striker Scott Boden has scored three goals in his last two league games, as many as he managed in his previous 11.
Exeter have kept only one clean sheet in their last 10 league games at St. James’ Park.

Barnet v Wimbledon
Barnet have yet to lose at home to the Dons in the Football League, winning one and drawing the other.
Wimbledon’s win in the reverse fixture was their first in the Football League against the Bees.
Barnet are the only League Two side yet to drop a point from leading positions in home games this season, while only Mansfield and Northampton (10) have recovered more away points than Wimbledon (9).
Four of Adebayo Akinfenwa’s five goals for Wimbledon this season have been headers.
Only Plymouth (29) and Northampton (34) have won more home points than 18th placed Barnet.

Bristol Rovers v Morecambe
Bristol Rovers have won back to back league games against Morecambe; they’ve never won three in a row in the Football League.
The Shrimps have kept just one clean sheet in seven Football League contests with the Gas.
After picking up only four points from their first seven home league games this season, Rovers have won 16 points from their last seven.
Jamie Devitt has contributed 14 assists this season, the most in League Two, and has assisted two goals in his last three games.
Games involving Morecambe have seen 109 goals scored this season (52 goals, 57 conceded), with only games involving Colchester (111) seeing more goals in the top four tiers in 2015/16.

Cambridge v York

Cambridge have won just once in their last six against the Minstermen (D2 L3).
York have scored 12 goals across those last six league matches against the U’s.
Cambridge defeated Dag & Red in their previous home game but haven’t won two on the bounce at the Abbey Stadium since November 2014.
York have won three of their last four league games – prior to this, they’d won three of their previous 29 games.
The Minstermen have also won two on the bounce – they haven’t won three in a row since April 2014.

Carlisle v Stevenage
Carlisle have won three and lost none of their four previous home games against Stevenage in the Football League.
Stevenage have drawn a blank in three of those four trips to Carlisle.
No player has scored more headed goals than Billy Paynter (4) in League Two this season.
Since sacking Teddy Sheringham, Stevenage have won two of their three games (L1).
Only Northampton (15) have scored more headed goals than Stevenage (13) this season.

Crawley v Plymouth
Crawley won their only previous Football League meeting with Plymouth on home soil – 2-0 in October 2011.
Plymouth have conceded in all three of their league clashes with the Red Devils (W1 D1 L1).
Crawley have won seven and lost five of their last 12 home league games, not drawing since August against Wycombe (0-0).
Plymouth have conceded only eight goals in their last 11 away League Two games (W7 D3 L1) and never more than once in a game in that run.
The Pilgrims have scored 11 goals from outside the box this season, a league high along with York.

Luton v Hartlepool
Luton have won six of their last seven league contests with Hartlepool, losing the other.
Pools have conceded at least two goals in 10 of their last 11 league encounters with the Hatters, keeping a clean sheet in the other (27 conceded).
Luton have scored only five goals in their last nine league games, this after netting six in the previous two.
Hartlepool’s tally of 10 away goals is the lowest in League Two.
Luton’s last seven goals have all been scored by different players (Marriott, McGeehan, Sheehan, McCourt, Ruddock, Benson and Green).

Mansfield v Dag & Red
Mansfield have won their last two league matches against the Daggers, netting six but conceding four.
Dagenham haven’t won away at Field Mill in the Football League since September 2007.
Chris Clements has scored three free-kicks for the Stags this season, the most by a player in League Two.
Dagenham have dropped 21 points from leading positions this season, more than any other team.
Mansfield have scored seven goals in their last five games, all by different players (Green, Thomas, Blair, Pearce, Beardsley, Clements and Yussuf).

Northampton v Wycombe
Ryan Cresswell has scored in two of his last three league appearances against the Chairboys.
Both sides have scored in each of the last five league meetings between Northampton and Wycombe (19 goals in total).
Northampton have earned 67 points from their 30 games so far this season, their best tally since 1986/87 when they had 72 points and went onto win the Division Four title.
Wycombe are yet to gain a point from a losing position in away league games this season.
Northampton have scored 15 headed goals this season, more than any other League Two side, while Wycombe have scored a higher proportion of headed goals than any team in the division (33% - 12 of 36).

Notts County v Leyton Orient
Jon Stead has scored or assisted three goals in his last two appearances against Leyton Orient (two goals, one assist).
Leyton Orient are unbeaten in their last three trips to Meadow Lane, although all three have been draws.
The Magpies have conceded 21 goals in the final 15 minutes of games this season, four more than any other side in League Two.
Jay Simpson has scored 22 league goals in 2015/16, more than any other player in the top four tiers, including one against County earlier in the season.
The O’s have kept a clean sheet in three of their last five League Two games, but conceded seven goals in the other two games (3-1 v Cambridge and 4-0 v Northampton).

Oxford Utd v Accrington
Oxford have scored 10 goals in their last four home games against Accrington, winning two (D1 L1).
Accrington have won just two of their previous 11 Football League clashes with Oxford, but those wins have arrived in their last four meetings.
Kemar Roofe (16) and Liam Sercombe (15) have been directly involved in 65% of Oxford’s goals this season (31 of 48).
No player has scored more penalties than Accrington’s Josh Windass (5).
Accrington are one of only three teams to net five goals in away League Two game this season (5-1 v York).

Yeovil v Portsmouth
This will be only the fourth competitive meeting between these two sides, with Yeovil winning just once (D1 L2).
Both sides have scored in three of the four previous meetings, with this season’s reverse fixture ending goalless.
The Glovers have scored in six consecutive league games, but haven’t scored in seven in a row since they were in the Championship in April 2014.
Pompey have kept just two clean sheets in their last 21 away League Two games.
Yeovil have won their last two league games at Huish Park, last winning three in a row during a run of seven in March 2013

 
 
 

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