League Two Opta Facts January 8-10
Luton V Shrewsbury
Luton have won five and lost none of their last eight home games against Shrewsbury in the Football League.
The Shews have been defeated in each of their last four trips to Luton in the league.
The Hatters are unbeaten in nine home games - eight straight wins followed by a draw.
Shrewsbury have kept a clean sheet in six of their last eight League Two fixtures.
Only Shrewsbury (16) have conceded fewer goals than Luton this season (17).
Accrington V Bury
Accrington have won only one of their last eight home games against the Shakers (D2 L5).
Bury are unbeaten in three against Stanley, winning two (D1).
Stanley have scored and conceded in each of their last six home games.
Bury have failed to keep a clean sheet in any of their last eight games on the road.
Accrington have scored the most goals in the opening 30 minutes of matches this season (15), while Bury have scored the most in the 30 minutes after half-time (20).
Burton V Mansfield
Burton have yet to lose against Mansfield in the Football League, winning two and drawing one.
Including matches in the Conference, Mansfield have never won a competitive match against the Brewers (D1 L4).
Only Shrewsbury (32) have won more points at home this season than the Brewers (28).
The Stags have won just one of their last nine away games in League Two (D3 L5).
Burton have kept a clean sheet in each of their last four games; their best run of shutouts in the top four tiers.
Mansfield have scored just seven goals in their last 14 games and never more than once in this run.
Carlisle V Cambridge
Carlisle have failed to score in three of their last four games against Cambridge.
Cambridge United are unbeaten in seven against the Cumbrians, winning four and drawing three.
The Blues have drawn none of their last nine home games (W5 L4).
The U's have won only one of their last six games on the road (D2 L3).
Cambridge have scored a league-high 14 headed goals this season (41%).
Dag & Red V Oxford Utd
After losing four of their previous five games against Oxford in the Football League (W1), the Daggers are unbeaten in two (W1 D1).
Oxford have won two of their previous three games away to Dagenham in the Football League (L1).
The Daggers have drawn none of their last 16 home games (W5 L11). They've not won back-to-back games at Victoria Road since November 2013.
Oxford have found the net in nine of their last 10 away games, including each of the last seven (W3 D4 L3).
Dagenham have lost a league-high 18 points from leading positions this season. Meanwhile, Oxford have won a record 10 points from losing positions in away games.
Exeter V Northampton
Exeter have lost four of their last five home games against the Cobblers.
Northampton have won eight of their last 10 clashes with the Grecians.
The Grecians have scored in each of their last 16 home games.
The Cobblers have lost each of their last six away games, conceding exactly two in the last four.
Marc Richards has had a hand in four of Northampton's last five goals (three goals, one assist).
Hartlepool V Cheltenham
Hartlepool have failed to find the back of the net in five of their previous six home games against the Robins.
Cheltenham are unbeaten in four against Hartlepool, winning three (D1).
Pools have won only one of their last 18 games (D5 L12).
The Robins have gone 18 games without a clean sheet - the longest current run in the division.
Only Mansfield (18) and Hartlepool (16) have scored fewer goals than Cheltenham this season (22).
Morecambe V Tranmere
Mark Hughes scored and also saw red in the reverse fixture this season as Morecambe succumbed to a 2-1 defeat.
Cole Stockton scored his first professional brace when the two sides met in August.
Morecambe have conceded just one goal in their last four home games. However, they've failed to score in their last two.
Meanwhile, Tranmere have scored in only two of their last eight games on the road, netting three goals in total.
No team has scored fewer (1) or conceded more (12) headed goals than Tranmere this season.
Newport V Portsmouth
Newport have won three of their previous four games against Portsmouth in all competitions (L1).
Portsmouth won this exact fixture last season, 2-1, thanks to goals from Jed Wallace and Ryan Taylor.
Newport are unbeaten in 11 home games (W7 D4), scoring in every one.
Pompey have won none of their last 10 away games in League Two (D4 L6).
No player has received more cards than Newport's Andy Sandell this season (eight yellows, one red).
Southend V Plymouth
Barry Corr's goal secured the points for Southend when the two sides met at Roots Hall last season.
Plymouth have lost just two of their last 14 games against Southend, winning five (D7).
Southend have kept a clean sheet in 12 of their last 20 league games at Roots Hall. Indeed, they've never conceded more than one goal in match in this time.
Only Portsmouth and Mansfield (6) have scored fewer goals on the road than Plymouth this season (8).
No player has been involved in as many goals this season than Reuben Reid (15; 11 goals, four assists).
Stevenage V Wimbledon
Stevenage have never lost a competitive match against AFC Wimbledon, winning four (D2).
Wimbledon have conceded two or more goals in each of their last five against Stevenage (all comps).
Stevenage have lost none of their last six home games (W5 D1).
The Dons have won their last two away games - they've never won three in a row in league football.
AFC Wimbledon have the league's highest scorer (Matt Tubbs, 12 - level with Marc Richards) and assister (George Francomb, 8) this season.
Wycombe V York
Wycombe have lost only once at home to York in their Football League history, winning four (D2).
York have kept consecutive clean sheets against Wycombe for only the second time; they've never kept three in a row.
York are unbeaten in three against Wycombe, drawing twice (W1).
The Chairboys are unbeaten in seven league games (W4 D3).
The Minstermen are unbeaten in six away games (W3 D3).
Wycombe have received the joint most yellow cards (44) in League Two this season but have yet to have a player sent off. York have received the fewest bookings (20) but the joint-most red cards (4).