League One Opta Facts - November 24
Bradford v Coventry
The Bantams are unbeaten in eight games against Coventry, last losing in a 4-0 defeat in December 2001 at Highfield Road.
The Sky Blues have managed one win in 13 league games at Valley Parade in their entire history (in 1959), drawing four and losing eight.
Coventry winger Jacob Murphy has netted six in three games (all competitions) following his hat-trick against Gillingham.
After no goals in his opening 14 games for Bradford this season, Tony McMahon has scored penalties in back-to-back games (all competitions) for the Bantams.
Bury v Scunthorpe
Bury are unbeaten in six league games against the Iron, winning three and drawing three.
Scunthorpe have lost only one of their last six league games at Gigg Lane (W2 D3), keeping clean sheets in half of those.
The Shakers have dropped more points from leading positions in 2015/16 than any other League One side (14).
No player has attempted more shots without scoring in League One this campaign than Scunthorpe's Jack King (14 shots).
Colchester v Crewe
Colchester have kept two clean sheets in their last three games against Crewe (W1 D1 L1).
Since February 1988, Crewe have won 13 of their 17 league meetings with Colchester (D1 L3).
Only Bury's Chris Hussey (7) has more assists in the league this season than Colchester's Callum Harriot (6).
The Railwaymen have failed to score in each of their last three games on the road (D1 L2).
Doncaster v Chesterfield
Doncaster are unbeaten in seven games in all competitions against Chesterfield, winning four of those (D3).
After seven league games without defeat against Donny between 1994 and 2006 (W3 D4), Chesterfield have lost three of their last five games against them (D2).
Chesterfield have conceded more goals in the final 15 minutes than any other team this season (10).
Only Walsall (18) have won more points on the road this season than the Spireites (15).
Fleetwood v Millwall
This is the first competitive meeting between the two sides.
Millwall have suffered only one defeat in their last eight away league games, winning four (D3).
Millwall have conceded more headed goals than any other League One team (7).
Lee Gregory has scored five goals in his last three games for Millwall (all competitions).
Gillingham v Rochdale
The Gills have only lost one of their previous six games with Dale (W2 D3).
Neither side has netted more than twice in this fixture since August 1993, when Rochdale won 3-0 at Spotland.
Gillingham have gained more points from behind than any other third tier team this campaign (14).
Rochdale's victory away to Doncaster at the weekend ended a run of seven games without an away win (D4 L3).
Oldham v Southend
Oldham are currently unbeaten in five league meetings against Southend (W3 D2). If they avoid defeat in this game, it will be their longest ever unbeaten run against Southend.
The Shrimpers have lost only once in their last eight trips to Boundary Park (W3 D4).
Danny Philliskirk has scored with four of his five shots on target for Oldham this season.
Southend are winless in their last four away from home, losing two (D2).
Peterborough v Barnsley
Posh have won three of their last four against Barnsley (D1), winning both home games in that time by the same scoreline of 2-1.
Barnsley have never kept a clean sheet at London Road, conceding 46 goals in 17 games in all competitions.
Barnsley have won fewer points from the last six matches than any other team (3), while the Posh have won 10.
Peterborough have scored in each of their last 17 league games (current longest run in L1), only failing to score once this season, on the opening day.
Port Vale v Blackpool
The Valiants have won six of their last nine home games with Blackpool (D1 L2), winning the most recent game at Vale Park in September 2006.
Blackpool have won five of their last seven games against Port Vale (L2).
Only Coventry (4) are currently enjoying a longer winning run in League One than Port Vale (3), while Blackpool are enduring the longest losing run currently (4).
Blackpool have seen just five players score for them this season; the fewest spread in the division.
Sheff United v Shrewsbury
The Blades have won their last two home meetings with the Shrews in 2012 and 2014, keeping a clean sheet on both occasions.
Shrewsbury have kept a clean sheet in four of the last seven meetings, winning each time they've kept a clean sheet but losing when they conceded.
Shrewsbury have conceded a league-high six goals from the penalty spot this season.
The Blades are the only side in League One yet to drop a point from a leading position this season (W7).
Swindon v Walsall
Swindon have lost only one of their last 11 meetings with Walsall (W4 D6).
The Saddlers are unbeaten in five away meetings with Swindon, though four have been draws (W1).
Swindon have scored 87% of their goals in the second half this season; a league-high share.
Walsall have used fewer players in 2015/16 than any other League One side (20).
Wigan v Burton
This is the first league meeting between the sides.
They met in the League Cup last season, with Burton victorious 2-1 thanks to goals from Dominic Knowles and Stuart Beavon.
No side has netted more goals in the final 15 minutes this term than Wigan (10).
In fact, Wigan have produced the largest spread of goalscorers this season, with 14 different players registering a goal.
No side has kept more clean sheets this term than Wigan and Burton (8); also level with Rochdale.