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Lewis Constable 9th Mar 2016 - 23:15

League Two Opta Facts March 12th

Accrington v Plymouth
The last three encounters between these two clubs has seen the side playing at home win 1-0. Indeed, there have only been five goals in the last six league meetings.
Plymouth have lost just once against Accrington (W3 D5), although that was on the last visit to the Lancashire club.
Accrington are the only club in the top four tiers to score in every home match this season.
Plymouth boast the best defence in League Two, conceding only 30 goals in their 35 games this campaign so far.
Billy Kee is the only League Two player to reach double figures for goals and assists in League Two this season (14 goals and 11 assists).

Bristol Rovers v Mansfield
Bristol Rovers have lost one of the last 10 league encounters against Mansfield (W5 D4).
However, the Stags won the last league clash at the Memorial Stadium with a first half strike from Colin Daniel.
The Gas are unbeaten in eight matches at the Memorial Stadium, winning seven of those games (D1). This is the joint-best current run in League Two at home without a loss.
Mansfield have scored the joint-most goals in League Two from outside the area (13).
Without Rory Gaffney's nine goals this season, Bristol Rovers would be 10 points worse off.

Exeter v Carlisle
Exeter have won 10 of the last 16 league meetings at home against Carlisle, losing just once.
Indeed, the Cumbrians have scored just nine goals in these encounters, also failing to score nine times - including each of the last two.
Ollie Watkins has scored in back-to-back league games having failed to score in his previous 10 league games for the Grecians.
Carlisle have won more points from behind in League Two than any other side (21), with 11 coming away from home.
Carlisle have won only one of their last seven away games in League Two (D4 L2).

Hartlepool v Dag & Red
Pools won earlier in the season at Dagenham, however, they lost the most recent game played at Victoria Park between the two sides.
The Daggers have scored on each visit to Hartlepool in the league, winning twice (L1).
Hartlepool have conceded fewer fouls than any other League Two side (279).
Dagenham and Redbridge have dropped 24 points when leading in League Two this season, more than any other team.
The only Dagenham player to score more than one league goal since the turn of the year is Christian Doidge (2).

Luton v Crawley
Both sides have won one game each against each other this season - Crawley won the reverse fixture 2-1 back in October, while Luton won 2-1 away in the FA Cup in November.
Crawley won their last visit to Kenilworth Road, 1-0 in the Football League Trophy in October 2014.
The Hatters have won four games consecutively for the second time this season in League Two, last doing so in October 2015.
Crawley have lost seven of their last eight away games in League Two, winning the other.
Jack Marriott has scored in four of his last five league games for Luton.

Morecambe v Wimbledon
Morecambe won the reverse of this fixture 5-2 back in October, the only time they've ever scored five or more goals in an away Football League match.
The Dons have lost just one of their four away league trips to Morecambe, though two have ended level (W1).
Morecambe are winless in 10 league games, losing eight of those and drawing the other two.
The Dons have scored just four of their 52 league goals this season from outside the box (9.6%).
Jamie Devitt has provided 15 assists this season for Morecambe, the most by a League Two player this season. He had provided 12 in his previous two seasons combined at the club.

Northampton v Cambridge
The Cobblers have lost their last three league meetings with Cambridge.
Harrison Dunk has scored in both of his league appearances against Northampton for Cambridge.
Northampton are one of four unbeaten teams in the top four tiers in 2016 heading into the weekend, along with Chelsea, Burnley and Wigan.
The U's have won just one of their last five away games (D1 L3).
John-Joe O'Toole has found the net six times in his last eight league games.

Oxford Utd v Leyton Orient
The U's are winless in six league games against Orient (D3 L3), and have had a player sent off in each of their last two against them.
The O's have scored in each of their last 14 league visits to Oxford, though they've only kept two clean sheets in that time.
Jordan Bowery has the best minutes per goal rate of any player to score five times or more in League Two this season, scoring every 84 minutes for Oxford (six goals).
Jay Simpson has scored more away goals than anyone else in League Two this season (12), with Oxford's Kemar Roofe the only other player to reach double figures (10).
Oxford have scored two or more goals in each of their last four league games, winning three and drawing one.

Portsmouth v Newport
The last three meetings between these sides have ended 1-0, including Pompey's win in the reverse fixture.
The away side has won this fixture in six of the last seven league meetings (one home win).
Each of Portsmouth's last seven league goals have been scored by different players, including an own goal in their last league game v Accrington.
The Exiles are one of three sides yet to score from the penalty spot in League Two this season, along with AFC Wimbledon and Dagenham & Redbridge.
Portsmouth are looking to record three successive home league wins in the league for the first time since February 2015.

Wycombe v Stevenage
The home side has only won this fixture once in the seven previous league meetings between the two (2 draws, 4 away wins).
Stevenage have won two and drawn one of their three previous Football League visits to Adams Park.
The Chairboys have won just three points while trailing in League Two this season (15 games, drawing three and losing 12).
Stevenage hold just two victories in their last 14 league outings (D3 L9).
Wycombe have kept more clean sheets than any other side in the division (13), while no side has kept fewer than Stevenage (4, level with York).

Yeovil v Notts County
Yeovil are unbeaten in their last four home league meetings with Notts County (W2 D2).
Indeed, the Magpies haven't won at Huish Park since their first league visit there in March 2005.
The Glovers have kept a clean sheet in each of their last four league games after keeping none in the six before that.
By contrast, the Magpies have failed to score in each of their last three League Two fixtures.
In a league table based on results entirely from 2016, Yeovil would be second on 21 points level with Accrington Stanley and only behind runaway leaders Northampton (29)

York v Barnet
York have lost just one of their last five home league meetings with the Bees (W3 D1), though it did come in the last such meeting in February 2013.
Barnet won the reverse fixture 3-1 in October, with all four goals coming after half-time.
York have lost each of their last five league games, managing to go on such a run for the second time this season (they lost seven consecutively between October and December).
Barnet are unbeaten in four away matches (W2 D2) after losing four of the previous five.
Bradley Fewster has scored five times in his last seven league games for York.



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