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Simon Gott 25th Sep 2014 - 14:51

League Two Opta Facts - September 27

Accrington V Plymouth

  • Accrington have gone seven games without a win against Plymouth (D6 L1), with each of the last four ending level.
  • Plymouth have never lost on their travels to Accrington Stanley (W1 D3).
  • Plymouth have been shown a league-high 19 yellow cards this season but are yet to see a player dismissed.
  • Accrington's games have seen more goals than those of any other League Two side this season (34, 14 scored and 20 conceded).
  • Stanley have benefited from goals from a wider range of nationalities than any other team in this division (four, England, Northern Ireland, Scotland, Republic of Ireland).

Burton V Cheltenham

  • Burton are unbeaten in three against the Robins, winning twice (D1).
  • Cheltenham have scored in each of their last six against Burton in league competition (W3 D1 L2).
  • After failing to score in their previous three against Cheltenham, Burton have netted two or more goals in each of their last three.
  • Cheltenham's Byron Harrison scored in both fixtures last term. However, Harrison has currently gone seven games without a goal for the Robins.
  • There were as many goals scored in the first meeting between these two sides at the Pirelli Stadium as there have been in the last four clashes there (11).
  • The away team has failed to win any of the last five clashes between Burton and Cheltenham (four home wins & one draw).

Carlisle V Tranmere

  • Carlisle are currently enjoying a three game unbeaten run against Tranmere having won twice and drawn the other.
  • Tranmere (four) have scored as many goals in their last two trips to Carlisle as they managed in their previous seven.
  • Patrick Brough has made three times as many assists (3) as he has had shots (1) this term.
  • The Cumbrians are without a clean sheet in six league games.
  • Tranmere have lost more games from winning positions than any other side in the division (three).

Dag & Red V York

  • Dagenham won this exact fixture last season, 2-0; it was their first victory against York in the Football League.
  • York have won three of their previous four Football League encounters the Daggers.
  • The Minstermen have only been shown six yellow cards all season.
  • Nigel Worthington's side have only won one league game all season (D6 L2).
  • Dagenham have already conceded six goals directly from set pieces this term (two from free kicks, four from penalties).

Exeter V Bury

  • Exeter have won only one of their last five against the Shakers, losing two (D2).
  • Bury have scored exactly twice in each of their last four games against the Grecians (W1 D1 L2).
  • No side has conceded more goals in the first 15 minutes of the campaign than the Grecians (four).
  • Gigg Lane icon Ryan Lowe has scored in his last three league appearances for the Shakers.
  • No team in League Two has gained more points from losing positions than Bury (6).

Hartlepool V Portsmouth

  • Hartlepool have failed to find the back of the net in each of their last three against Pompey (D2 L1).
  • Portsmouth have only lost once in the Football League to Hartlepool (January 2013), winning four and drawing three.
  • Hartlepool have only scored five times in nine league games this season.
  • There have only been two first half goals scored in Portsmouth's last six league games, with Pompey scoring once and conceding once.
  • Pools have lost six of their last nine home league games (W2 D1) though are unbeaten in two (W1 D1).

Luton V Oxford Utd

  • Luton have gone nine games unbeaten against Oxford United in the Football League, winning six (D3).
  • Oxford have failed to keep a clean sheet in each of their last nine trips to Luton in the Football League (W2 D2 L5).
  • Mark Tyler has made more saves than any other League Two stopper this season (39).
  • The Hatters have the lowest shot conversion rate in the bottom tier this season (7.2%).
  • Danny Hylton has scored five of Oxford's nine league goals this term.

Morecambe V Northampton

  • Morecambe have gone five games without a win against the Cobblers, drawing three and losing two.
  • Northampton have lost only once against Morecambe in the Football League (0-2, August 2011), winning five and drawing four.
  • Marc Richards has scored eight goals from just 11 shots on target in League Two this season.
  • There have been 20 goals scored in the last three League Two games involving the Cobblers.
  • Morecambe have scored more free kicks than any other bottom tier side (three).

Newport V Wimbledon

  • Newport County have yet to beat AFC Wimbledon in league competition (including the Conference), losing three and drawing three.
  • Wimbledon scored exactly two goals in both fixtures against Newport County last season (W1 D1)
  • AFC Wimbledon have the best shot conversion rate in the division, converting 21.4% of their shots into goals.
  • Bulky hitman Adebayo Akinfenwa has scored three times in his last two league appearances.
  • County have not scored in 217 minutes of league football.

Southend V Shrewsbury

  • Southend have either kept a clean sheet (three times) or have shipped two or more goals (four times) in each of their last seven at home against the Shrews.
  • Shrewsbury have kept just one clean sheet in their last eight against Southend, this after recording three consecutive shutouts beforehand.
  • James Collins has had a league-high 14 shots on target but has only scored three times.
  • The Shrews have only netted one goal in their last 380 minutes of league football.
  • Four of the seven goals Southend have shipped this term have been headers.

Stevenage V Mansfield

  • The sides last met in the Conference in the 2009/10 campaign with Stevenage winning both games.
  • This will be the first ever meeting in the Football League between these two sides.
  • The Stags have scored a league-high four goals inside the opening 15 minutes this term.
  • Mansfield are the only team in the bottom tier who are yet to claim a point from behind.
  • Stevenage have scored in all but one of their last 13 home league games.

Wycombe V Cambridge

  • Wycombe have won four of their previous five home clashes against Cambridge United in the Football League, losing the other.
  • Cambridge won the last meeting with Wycombe in March 2005 (2-1), courtesy of goals from Tes Bramble and Iwan Roberts.
  • Cambridge have scored a league-high eight headed goals this season, which is also the highest proportion in League Two (53%).
  • No team in League Two has gained more points from losing positions this season than Wycombe (6).
  • The Chairboys are unbeaten in six league games (W3 D3); they have not gone seven without defeat since April 2012.

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