League Two Opta Facts - September 26th
Barnet v Dag & Red
Barnet have never lost in five previous home league games against the Daggers (W2 D3).
Dagenham are unbeaten in five league meetings with Barnet (W3 D2), keeping three clean sheets along the way.
Since promotion back to League Two, Barnet have lost just one of their four home games (W2 D1).
The Daggers have failed to keep a clean sheet in any of their last eight away games, conceding 14 goals in the process (W2 D1 L5).
Dagenham's last five league goals have all come in the first half of games.
Bristol Rovers v Portsmouth
Bristol Rovers have alternated between winning and not winning in their last nine home meetings with Pompey, emerging victorious last time out in December 2013.
Portsmouth have failed to keep a clean sheet in their last seven visits to Bristol Rovers in league competition.
Five of Rovers' six league goals this season have come in the 77th minute or later.
Portsmouth are the only unbeaten side left in League Two (W4 D4).
The Pirates have netted in just one of their last five home games in League Two, losing four games 1-0 (W1).
Cambridge v Stevenage
Robbie Simpson rescued a point for the U's in this exact fixture last season with a 90th minute strike.
All four of Stevenage's Football League goals against Cambridge have come in the first half.
Cambridge kept a clean sheet last time out away at Hartlepool; they haven't kept two in a row since February.
55% of Stevenage's goals this season have been headed (6 of 11), a League Two high.
Stevenage have won just one of their last 11 away league games (D7 L3).
Carlisle v Newport
Carlisle have never kept a clean sheet in 12 previous league meetings with Newport, though they've only failed to score in two of those games (W3 D4 L5).
The Exiles won this exact fixture 3-2 last season, with four of the goals coming after half-time.
Jabo Ibehre is League Two's top scorer having scored eight goals already this season.
Newport have scored the fewest goals (5) and collected the fewest points (2) in League Two this season.
In contrast, the Cumbrians have scored the most goals in League Two this season (17).
Crawley v Accrington
The only previous Football League meetings between these sides came in the 2011/12 season, with Crawley winning 1-0 away and drawing 1-1 at home.
Both goals Stanley have conceded to Crawley in the Football League have come in the second half.
Crawley have netted the fewest home goals in League Two this season (1).
Accrington have kept two away clean sheets in a row (W1 D1); they last kept three in a row in February 2014.
The Red Devils have failed to score in their last three home league games (D2 L1). They last went four without a goal at the Broadfield Stadium in November 2013.
Exeter v Wycombe
The home side won both of these fixtures last season by a 2-1 scoreline.
Wycombe have scored on each of their last five visits to St James' Park in league competition, only failing to find the net there in April 2009.
No team has a better home record than Exeter in League Two this season, having picked up 10 points from a possible 12 so far.
Wycombe, who had the best away record in League Two in 2014/15, are one of four sides still unbeaten away from home this season (along with Portsmouth, Cambridge and Wimbledon).
Wycombe goalkeeper Matt Ingram has kept the most clean sheets in League Two this season (4).
Luton v AFC Wimbledon
The Hatters lost this exact fixture 1-0 last season, the first ever Football League meeting between the sides.
Indeed, the Dons won both meetings with Luton last term, both by a single-goal margin.
Luton have found the net with 52% of their shots on target this season, a League Two high.
All of Dons striker Adebayo Akinfenwa's goals this season have been headed (3) - no player has scored more in League Two.
Wimbledon have gained four points from losing positions in away games this season, a joint-high with Carlisle.
Mansfield v Plymouth
Mansfield have won two of their last three at home to Plymouth in league competition (L1).
The Pilgrims have shipped exactly one goal in each of their last three meetings with Mansfield (W1 D1 L1).
The Stags have found the net in each of their last six home games in the league (W2 D3 L1).
Plymouth have won four of their last five games on the road in all competitions this season, losing the other.
Matt Green has scored three goals in his last four games for Mansfield.
Jake Jervis has scored six goals in his last seven games for Plymouth in all competitions.
Northampton v Leyton Orient
The Cobblers are unbeaten in five league games against Orient (W3 D2). However, they've not won consecutive games against them since 1987.
Orient have won their last two meetings with Northampton without conceding, though these both came in the Football League Trophy. They've not met in league competition since 2008/09.
Northampton haven't drawn a home game since January, winning 10 and losing five since then.
Only Jabo Ibehre (8) has netted more goals than Jay Simpson in League Two this season (6).
The O's have conceded 18 goals in their last eight away games (W2 D3 L3).
Notts County v York
Notts County have lost just one of their last 11 home league meetings with York (W8 D2), though they've not met in the league since the 1998/99 season.
York have kept just one clean sheet in their last 21 league meetings with the Magpies, conceding 49 goals in that time.
County have won their last two home games, netting seven goals in the process.
York have lost eight points from winning positions this season, a league-high.
The Minstermen have lost just one of their last five away league games (W1 D3).
Oxford v Morecambe
Oxford have shipped just seven goals in their 10 Football League meetings with Morecambe.
Kevin Ellison scored both of Morecambe's goals against the U's last season (W1 D1).
The U's have lost only one of their last 14 home league games (W5 D8).
Morecambe's Jamie Devitt has the most assists in League Two this season (7).
The Shrimps have netted the most away goals in League Two this season (9).
Yeovil v Hartlepool
The Glovers have conceded just one goal in their last four meetings with Hartlepool (W2 D1 L1). However, they've only scored twice in this run.
Hartlepool have won four of their seven league visits to Yeovil, losing the other three.
13 goals have been scored in the last three games at Huish Park (six for Yeovil, seven for the opposition).
Pools are without an away clean sheet in eight games (W1 D2 L5), conceding 15 goals.