League Two Opta Facts March 13th-14th
Newport v Cheltenham
There have been just two goals scored (one each) in the three previous meetings between these sides.
Cheltenham won this exact fixture 1-0 last season, their only previous visit to Newport in the Football League.
After a 12-game unbeaten run at home, Newport are winless in four at Rodney Parade (D1 L3), conceding exactly one goal in each game.
The Robins have kept just one clean sheet in their last 29 league games.
No side has conceded more fouls in League Two this season than Newport (454).
Burton v Accrington
Burton have won their last two home meetings with Accrington, both by a one-goal margin.
Josh Windass scored the winner for Accrington in the reverse of this fixture last month, his first goal for the club.
Indeed, Josh Windass has scored three goals in his last four games for Accrington Stanley.
After a run of one defeat in 16 under Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink, the Brewers have lost two of their last three (W1).
No side has conceded fewer goals at home this season in League Two than Burton Albion (9).
Stanley have conceded more goals away from home than any other side (32).
Cambridge v Stevenage
Cambridge have won just one of their last seven against Stevenage in all competitions (D1 L5).
Stevenage won the reverse of this fixture 3-2 back in December - the first Football League meeting between the sides.
There have been 11 red cards in the previous 15 meetings between these sides in all competitions.
The U's are without a win in five home games in league competition (D2 L3).
The Boro are unbeaten in six league games (W4 D2).
No side has scored more goals in the opening 15 minutes of games than Stevenage this season (9), while no side has scored fewer in that time than Cambridge (3).
Dag & Red v Southend
The Daggers have won just one of their previous seven meetings with Southend in league competition (D3 L3).
Southend have won three and lost none of their four visits to Victoria Road in all competitions.
Dagenham have won back-to-back league games for the fourth time this season. However, they've not won three in a row since August 2009.
The Shrimpers have only failed to score in one of their last 10 away games in the league.
The Daggers have conceded just 27% of their goals in the first half of games this season, a league-low share (13/48).
Exeter v AFC Wimbledon
Exeter have won all three of their previous home games against the Dons in all competitions, scoring exactly twice in each game.
The Dons have won their last two against Exeter, including a 4-1 victory in the reverse game back in December.
The Grecians are winless in five at home in League Two (D1 L4), conceding at least twice in each game.
However, Wimbledon have failed to score in their last four away from home, their longest such run in the Football League.
Wimbledon have lost as many points from leading positions this season as Exeter have gained from behind (20).
Mansfield v Bury
Mansfield have won none of their last nine against Bury in league competition (D4 L5), scoring just three goals in that time.
Bury won this exact fixture 4-1 last season, with Daniel Nardellio scoring twice.
The Stags are unbeaten in five at home (W3 D2), conceding just two goals in that time.
The Shakers' defeat against Oxford last weekend ended a run of four straight victories.
No team has been shown more yellow cards than Mansfield in League Two this season (67).
Bury have won their last two away league games and only lost one of their last five (W3 D1 L1).
Morecambe v Hartlepool
Jack Redshaw scored twice in Morecambe's 2-0 win over Hartlepool in December - the Shrimps first ever league win against them (L2).
Pools came from behind to win this fixture 2-1 last season, despite having a player sent off.
The Shrimps have lost their last two games at home. They've not lost three in a row since September 2012.
Hartlepool have lost nine and won none of their last 11 away from home, scoring just four goals in that run.
No team has scored fewer (3) or conceded more (9) goals in the opening 15 minutes of games than Morecambe this season.
Northampton v Tranmere
Northampton have both scored and conceded in their last seven league meetings with Tranmere (W1 D3 L3).
Tranmere have lost just one of their last 10 against the Cobblers (W6 D3).
The Cobblers have won their last five at Sixfields, keeping a clean sheet in four of those.
Rovers have lost each of their last four, conceding at least twice in each game.
No team has been shown more cards than Northampton in League Two this season (71; 66 yellows, 5 reds).
Oxford United v Plymouth
Oxford have won four of their last five against Plymouth in league competition (L1).
Plymouth won this exact fixture 3-2 last season, their first win at Oxford since November 1988.
The U's have won just one of their last seven at home (D3 L3).
Reuben Reid has been involved in 20 goals for Plymouth this season (15 goals, 5 assists) - more than any other player at a single club.
No side has kept more clean sheets (17) or conceded fewer goals (26) than the Pilgrims in League Two this season.
Portsmouth v Luton
Portsmouth have won their last five home games against Luton in league competition, scoring 13 goals in the process.
Luton have kept just one clean sheet in their last 12 against Portsmouth in the league.
After a run of three straight wins and scoring 10 goals, Pompey are winless in three, scoring just once (D2 L1).
Following a 10-game unbeaten run, Luton have lost four of their last five League Two games (W1).
Pompey have shipped 19 goals in the opening 30 minutes of games this season, more than any other side.
Wycombe v Shrewsbury
Wycombe are unbeaten in 19 league games against Shrewsbury (W7 D12), though the last four have ended level.
Shrewsbury have never won or kept a clean sheet in 10 previous visits to Wycombe in league competition (D6 L4). However, they did win 7-0 there in the 2008/09 Football League Trophy.
The Chairboys have won of their last four home games (D2 L2), conceding exactly twice in each of the last three.
The Shrews have won three of their last four on the road, losing the other.
No side has scored more (31) or conceded fewer (12) second-half goals than Shrewsbury this season.
York v Carlisle
York are unbeaten in six against the Cumbrians in league competition (W4 D2), winning the last three.
Carlisle have failed to win any of their last 10 visits to York in the Football League (D5 L5).
Jake Hyde has scored in his last two league games for York. He's never scored in three consecutive games for them.
The Cumbrians have lost five of their last six in the league, winning the other. They're without a draw in 29 league games.
No side has won fewer home games (2) or scored fewer home goals (12) than York this season.