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Lewis Constable 9th Mar 2016 - 23:06

League One Opta Facts Mar 12

Barnsley v Southend
Barnsley have scored in all but one of their last 10 league meetings with Southend, despite winning just four of those (D4 L2).
Southend have only won one of their last nine league games against Barnsley (D4 L4), although that win did come in their most recent meeting (October 2015).
The Tykes are on a six game winning streak at home in the league, the longest current run in the Football League.
Southend have struggled on their travels in 2016, winning once and losing four times (D1). Indeed, they have lost each of the last three away trips, their worst run since April 2011 (a run of five).
Barnsley have scored more headed goals than any other League One side (14).

Blackpool v Coventry
Before failing to score in their 0-0 draw last October, Blackpool had scored in eight consecutive league games against Coventry (W3 D3 L2).
Coventry have never scored more than one goal in a league game away against Blackpool (W1 D1 L10).
The Seasiders have failed to win any of the last six league games (D2 L4), scoring only once in the last three.
Meanwhile, Coventry have only won once in 10 league games (D2 L7) and themselves only scoring once in the last three.
Only Sam Winnall (23) has been involved in more League One goals than Adam Armstrong this season (22 - 19 goals, 3 assists).

Bradford v Doncaster
Bradford have won their last two league games against Doncaster - they haven't won three consecutively since January 1980.
The Rovers have won only two of the last 10 league meetings between these teams (D3 L5).
The Bantmans have kept five clean sheets in their last seven league games, conceding exactly twice in the other two.
Doncaster are winless in 10 league games (D3 L7), failing to score in five of the last six.
There have been just nine goals in the final 15 minutes of games involving Bradford this season (5 scored, 4 conceded - both league-low figures).

Burton v Fleetwood
Burton's two league wins over Fleetwood have come away from home - they have lost on both occasions when hosting The Cod Army.
Fleetwood have scored exactly four goals in both of their last two league games against Burton Albion (W2).
The Brewers are looking for their first ever League One triumph over Fleetwood (their two previous wins came in League Two).
The Lancashire side beat Burton by four goals to nil in their most recent league meeting (October 2015).
Burton have only managed to keep one clean sheet in their five league games against Fleetwood (11 goals conceded).
Bobby Grant is the only current Fleetwood player to have scored a brace against Burton in league competition.

Chesterfield v Walsall
Despite failing to win any of the previous four league games between the two, Chesterfield have since won the most recent two (1-0 and 2-1).
The Saddlers have only tasted victory on one of their last nine away trips to Chesterfield (D4 L4).
Since losing four consecutive league games, the Spireites are unbeaten in five (W3 D2), keeping a clean sheet last time out for the first time since October.
Walsall are unbeaten in the last seven league away games (W4 D3). Indeed, they have only lost one away trip in the league this season - a league low.
Lee Novak has scored in four of his last five league appearances for Chesterfield.

Colchester v Wigan
Colchester have only lost one of their last six home league games against Wigan (W3 D2).
Wigan have scored seven goals and conceded just one in the last two league meetings between these two clubs (W2).
The U's have failed to win at home in the last 10 league games stretching back to October (D4 L6) - the joint-worse current run in the Football League (along with Charlton).
After losing three of the first four League Two matches away from home (W1), the Latics are undefeated since September - a run of 13 league games (W6 D7).
Will Grigg is Wigan's top scorer this season with 14 league goals, though just two of these have come away from home.

Gillingham v Crewe
Gillingham have scored in nine consecutive league games against Crewe (W4 D1 L4).
Crewe have won four of their last five trips to the Priestfield Stadium (L1), scoring at least three goals in each victory.
The Gills have failed to win any of the last four league games (D1 L3), with all three loses coming by a 2-1 scoreline.
The Railwaymen have only won once in 15 League Two outings (D8 L6), with the last away win coming in November.
Gillingham have scored 60 goals this season (a league-high), while Crewe have conceded 60 - only Colchester have shipped more (81).

Peterborough v Port Vale
Peterborough's last seven home league games against Port Vale have produced 20 goals, with 16 going in Posh's favour (W5 D1 L1).
Port Vale have won only one of their last 16 league trips to Peterborough (D7 L8).
Peterborough have conceded 15 goals in the last in six league games, losing five (D1).
The Vale are looking to stay unbeaten in consecutive league away trips for the first time since August 2015.
Marcus Maddison has scored each of Peterborough's last three league goals.

Rochdale v Bury
Rochdale are searching for their fourth consecutive home win over Bury in the league, having scored seven goals in the most recent three.
Bury have failed to score in all of their last four league games against Rochdale (D2 L2).
The Dale are looking for three successive clean sheets at home in the league for the first time since January 2014.
The Shakers have scored just three goals in the last 10 league away outings. Indeed, they've conceded 12 and scored none in their last three away from home.
Rohcdale have conceded a league-high 14 headed goals this season.

Sheffield United v Oldham
The Blades are winless in their last five league games at home to Oldham (D4 L1).
However, the Latics have only won one of their last 12 league games against United (D7 L4).
Sheffield United have won just one of their last five home league games (D1 L3).
Oldham are unbeaten in their last seven league games (W3 D4).
The Latics have scored a league-low 13 goals in the first half of games this season.

Shrewsbury v Scunthorpe
Shrewsbury have only scored one goal in their last four league games against Scunthorpe combined (D2 L2).
Scunthorpe have won eight of the last 12 league meetings between these sides (D4).
The Shrews have won four of their last five league games, including each of the last three.
The Iron have kept a clean sheet in five of their last seven league games, including each of the last three.
Shaun Whalley has scored or assisted six of Shrewsbury's last seven league goals (4 goals, 2 assists).

Swindon v Millwall
Swindon have won just two of their last 11 league games against Millwall, conceding in all of them (D2 L7).
The Lions also have a good recent record at the County Ground, winning three and drawing one of their last five league trips (L1).
Nicky Ajose has scored 10 goals in his last nine league games for the Robins.
Millwall are unbeaten in five league games on the road, winning four.
Lee Gregory has scored 10 goals in his last 11 league games for the Lions.



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