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Lewis Constable 27th Dec 2014 - 23:08

League One Opta Facts December 28-29

Bradford v Notts County
Bradford are unbeaten in five home games against Notts County (W3 D2).
Notts County have not lost to Bradford in five league meetings (W3), scoring 12 and conceding just twice in that time.
The Bantams have won four and lost none of their last six league games, conceding just four goals in that run.
The Magpies are unbeaten away from home this season (W5 D5) in League One.
Notts County have conceded just six goals in the first half this season, fewer than any other side in League One.

Coventry v Chesterfield
This will be the first league meeting between these sides since March 1961.
Coventry have lost just once in their last nine meetings with Chesterfield (W6 D2).
Chesterfield have lost in each of their last four away games with Coventry, scoring just one goal in that time.
Coventry are winless in three home league games (D2 L1), scoring just once in that run.
Three of the Spireites last four victories in League One have been by a 3-2 scoreline.
League top scorer Eoin Doyle scored his first goals since November in Chesterfield's Boxing Day victory against Peterborough.

Crawley v Colchester
Crawley have never lost to Colchester in four previous league meetings between the sides (W2 D2).
Colchester have lost on both their previous visits to Crawley without scoring a goal.
The Red Devils are winless in eight games, with five draws followed by three successive defeats.
The U's have won just one of their last seven games, losing the other six.
No side has had fewer shots on target than Crawley this season (65).

Crewe v Preston
Having lost their previous four, Crewe are currently on a four-game winning streak against Preston.
Preston have lost their last two trips to Crewe - they've never previously lost three in a row there.
All six of Crewe's victories this season have been by a one-goal margin.
Preston have kept four clean sheets in their last five games, conceding just one goal in the other.
No team has scored fewer (19) and conceded more (40) goals in League One this season than the Railwaymen.

Gillingham v Bristol City
Gillingham have won just one of their last six meetings with Bristol City (D2 L3).
Bristol City are unbeaten in three visits to Priestfield (all comps), including an FA Cup first round tie in November.
The Gills have scored exactly two goals in each of their last four games (W2 D1 L1).
However, the Robins have not conceded more than one goal in any of their last seven matches.
No side has won more penalties (6) than Gillingham this season.

MK Dons v Walsall
MK Dons completed the double over Walsall last season, without conceding a goal.
Walsall have won two of their last three visits to the Dons, losing the other.
The Dons are unbeaten in seven home games (W6), scoring 26 goals in the process.
Meanwhile, Walsall are unbeaten in four away games (W2 D2), conceding just twice in that run.
The Saddlers are the only side in League One yet to receive a red card or concede a penalty.

Peterborough v Doncaster
The Posh have scored exactly one goal in each of their last four encounters with Doncaster.
Doncaster are unbeaten in seven games against Peterborough, winning six.
Peterborough have won just one of their last nine games (W1 D1 L7).
Doncaster have won their last two games without a conceding a goal.
The Rovers have gained a league-high 12 points from losing positions this season, as well as being the only club to win all of their games in which they have been ahead.

Rochdale v Fleetwood
Rochdale have kept clean sheets in three of their four previous meetings with Fleetwood, though have won only once.
Fleetwood have never lost a league match at Spotland against Rochdale (W1 D1).
The Dale have conceded eight goals in their last three home games, having conceded just six in the nine prior to that.
The Cod Army have lost one of their last three away games (W1 D1), having lost six in a row prior to that.
Rochdale have given away a league-high six penalties this season, but have conceded just three of them.

Sheffield United v Scunthorpe
The Blades are unbeaten in their last four games against Scunthorpe (W2 D2).
Scunthorpe have scored in three of their last four visits to Bramall Lane.
There has been a red card in four of the last five league meetings between these sides, two for each side.
Sheffield United have not scored more than one goal in any of their last nine matches.
The Iron are unbeaten in six away games (W3 D3). However, they have kept just one clean sheet this season, the fewest in the division.

Swindon v Port Vale
Swindon have won their last five games against Port Vale, scoring 21 goals in the process.
Tom Pope has scored in both of his last two appearances against Swindon.
The Robins have only failed to find the net once in their last 19 home games, however this was last time out against Doncaster.
Vale have won their last two games, both by a 2-1 scoreline.
No player has made more assists this season than Swindon's Nathan Byrne (8).

Barnsley v Oldham
Barnsley are unbeaten in their last seven home games against Oldham (W3 D4), a run stretching back to September 1990.
Oldham have failed to keep a clean sheet in any of their last 13 league meetings with Barnsley.
The Tykes have not won back-to-back home games since March.
The Latics have lost their last three games, conceding 13 goals in the process. They've not lost four in a row since February 2013.
Barnsley have lost a league-high 18 points from winning positions this season - two more than they did the whole of last season.

Yeovil v Leyton Orient
Yeovil have scored in each of their last six meetings with Orient, a total of 15 goals.
Kevin Lisbie has hit three goals in his last two games against Yeovil.
The Glovers are winless in six home games (D1 L5), including losing the last four in a row without scoring.
Meanwhile, Orient have lost their last four games on the road. They've not lost five away in a row since September 2012 (a run of six games).
No side has picked up more cards than Leyton Orient this season (47 yellows, 4 reds).



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