League One Opta Facts March 7
Barnsley V Walsall
Barnsley have won their last seven home games against the Saddlers in league competition, scoring 20 in the process.
Walsall have found the net in each of their last 12 games against Barnsley in all competitions.
The Tykes are looking to win five successive league games for the first time since September 1996.
Walsall have led in just 12 games this season, a joint-low with bottom side Yeovil. However, they've gone on to win 11 of those matches (L1).
Barnsley have gone 367 minutes without conceding since shipping five to Crawley in February.
Coventry V Port Vale
Coventry have scored exactly two goals in each of their last three games against Port Vale.
Port Vale are unbeaten in their last six away games against Coventry, though four have ended level (W2).
Dominic Samuel has netted four times in six appearances for Coventry since joining on loan.
Mark Marshall has scored three times in his last five games for Vale, having gone 14 matches without a strike in all competitions.
Coventry have conceded more goals directly from free-kicks than any other side (4).
Crawley V Bristol City
Crawley's only competitive win against Bristol City came in the FA Cup in January 2012 (1-0).
The Robins have won two and drawn one of their three league clashes against Crawley.
Crawley have conceded in each of their last 11 league games.
Bristol City have won 22 league games this term, their most in a campaign since 2006/07 - they were promoted to the second tier in that season.
Aaron Wilbraham has netted 13 goals this campaign. He scored 14 times in the last five league seasons combined.
Crewe V Scunthorpe
Crewe have found the net in 11 of their last 12 league encounters with Scunthorpe United.
The Iron have won only one of their last 11 trips to Crewe, losing five (D5).
The Railwaymen have collected just three points from behind this season, fewer than any other side in the division
Scunthorpe have kept just one clean sheet on the road this season.
Crewe have kept three successive clean sheets at home. They last kept four in a row in October 2002 (a run of five games overall).
Gillingham V Doncaster
The Gills have lost only one of their last 19 home games against Doncaster in league competition, winning 14 (D4).
Doncaster have scored in each of their last six games against Gillingham, winning three (D1 L2).
Bradley Dack has four assists in his last four games for Gillingham. He already has one more assist (6) than he managed last campaign for the Gills (5).
Donny have gained the most points from behind in League One this season (17).
Just two of Doncaster's last 14 goals have been scored in the first half.
MK Dons V Preston
MK Dons have never beaten Preston in a competitive match.
Indeed, six of the seven previous clashes between the two sides have been draws, with Preston winning the other.
MK Dons' last three league goals have involved a Baker (Carl has assisted twice, Lewis scored the other).
PNE are on the current longest unbeaten streak in League One, winning five of their last six games (D1).
MK Dons are the team with most home goals this season (40), while Preston have conceded the fewest away (13).
Peterborough V Leyton Orient
Both sides have scored in each of the last nine clashes between Peterborough and Leyton Orient in all competitions.
Leyton Orient have conceded in each of their last 10 trips to London Road in all competitions.
The Posh scored two goals within two minutes and 29 seconds to beat Sheffield United midweek, scoring in the 88th and 90th minute.
Chris Dagnall is looking to score in three successive league games for Leyton Orient for the first time.
Peterborough have scored a league-high four times directly from free-kicks, but not since December against Leyton Orient.
Rochdale V Colchester
Rochdale won the reverse fixture 4-1 back in December. It was the first time they had scored four or more goals against the U's since September 1993.
Seven of the last 10 meetings between Rochdale and Colchester at Spotland have ended level (two wins for Rochdale, one for Colchester).
Only Eoin Doyle has scored more penalties in League One (6) than Ian Henderson this season (5).
No side has let in more first half goals than Colchester (25).
Joe Bunney's goals against Crewe were his first in the league since April 2014.
Sheff Utd V Fleetwood
This will be the first competitive meeting between the two sides at Bramall Lane.
Antoni Sarcevic's 53rd minute strike rescued a point for Fleetwood in the reverse fixture back in December (1-1).
Jamie Murphy's nine goals this season have won Sheffield United 10 points. Only Aaron Wilbraham (11) and Eoin Doyle (18) have won more for a League One club this season.
Only one of Fleetwood's 11 goals in 2015 has come from a set-piece, the rest have been from open play.
The Blades have scored 32 times in the closing 30 minutes this season, just two shy of Fleetwood's tally of league goals.
Swindon V Notts County
Andy Williams scored a brace in the reverse fixture as Swindon won 3-0; his first league goals vs the Magpies since 2011.
Notts County have won just one of their last seven away games against Swindon (D2 L4), failing to score on five occasions.
Swindon failed to score for just the second time in their last 25 home games, in the match against Gillingham.
The Magpies have scored just seven times in 2015; no League One side has scored fewer.
Massimo Luongo has played a part in four of Swindon's last six goals (scoring three, assisting another).
Yeovil V Oldham
Yeovil have won four of their last five matches against the Latics, losing the other.
Oldham are winless in their last seven at Huish Park, losing four and drawing three.
The Glovers haven't won any of their last five league matches (D2 L3).
Oldham have scored 60% of their goals in the first half, a greater proportion than anyone else.
Since the start of last season, Yeovil have lost 43 of 80 league games (W15 D22). No side has lost more in that timeframe.