League One Opta Facts September 26
Barnsley v Gillingham
Barnsley have won their last five league encounters with Gillingham, scoring 13 and conceding only two goals.
The Gills have failed to win in any of their last 10 league matches at Oakwell, failing to keep a clean sheet and conceding 29 goals.
The Tykes have won three of their last five games at Oakwell (D1 L1), scoring 10 goals in their three victories.
Gillingham have fired more shots off target than any other team in League One this season (50).
No midfielder has scored more league goals in the top four tiers of English football this season than Gillingham's Bradley Dack (5).
Bradford v Peterborough
Bradford have only lost once at Valley Parade against Peterborough in their last 12 league meetings.
The Posh have won four of their last five encounters with The Bantams, although three of the wins came at home.
Bradford have conceded two own goals so far this season, more than any other League One club.
Posh are the only League One to have netted five goals in an away league game this season, doing so in their last away trip at Oldham (5-1).
Posh have conceded in 13 consecutive games and are without a clean sheet since April.
Bury v Coventry
Bury have won five of their last 10 league matches against the Sky Blues at Gigg Lane (D2 L3).
Coventry are unbeaten in seven league encounters against Bury, only conceding four goals.
The Shakers are on a run of three wins in a row. A win against Coventry would give them a fourth consecutive win in the third tier for the first time since March 1997.
The Sky Blues boast the highest goalscorer in the league in their ranks, with striker Adam Armstrong currently on six goals.
No team has scored more goals than Coventry in League One this season (15) - level with opponents Bury.
Chesterfield v Burton
Chesterfield have won two of their last three league encounters against Burton, with James O'Shea scoring a brace in their last fixture.
The last three league matches between these sides have seen the away team come away with a victory.
Both clubs were promoted from League Two last season with Burton enjoying their first ever season in League One.
The Brewers have scored on each of the four league visits to the Proact Stadium.
Fleetwood v Port Vale
Fleetwood have won their last three encounters with the Valiants.
Port Vale's one win in four attempts against Fleetwood came at Highbury in a 5-2 hammering in September 2012.
Fleetwood have yet to lose at home in the league this season, winning one and drawing three.
Port Vale have won just one of their last nine away games (D3 L5).
Millwall v Rochdale
This is the first meeting between the two sides for 50 years, with Millwall victorious last time out in April 1965.
The Dale have never won away at the Lions, losing two and drawing two of their four games there.
Millwall are one of two clubs in League One without a point at home this season (along with Shrewsbury).
No League One side has conceded fewer goals than Rochdale this season (5).
Dale's Josh Lillis has kept more clean sheets than any other League One goalkeeper this season (4).
Oldham v Wigan
Oldham have kept just one clean-sheet against Wigan in 12 league meetings (W4 D1 L7).
Wigan were victorious in four of the last five meetings with Oldham between 2001 and 2003, drawing the other game.
Oldham have won just one of their last 16 league games (D10 L5).
Wigan have conceded two or more goals in each of their last seven away league games, shipping 16 in total (W1 D1 L5).
Oldham have scored exactly one goal in each of their last five home league games.
Sheff United v Doncaster
The Blades have lost just one of their last eight games against South Yorkshire rivals Doncaster (W2 D5).
Donny have won just once in 13 attempts at Bramall Lane in their league history (L7 D5).
Sheffield United's Billy Sharp has taken three penalties in the last two games at Bramall Lane, scoring two.
Doncaster have netted the fewest goals in League One this season (4).
The Blades have scored in 17 consecutive home league games (W8 D4 L5 - excluding play-offs), last failing to score in a 1-0 defeat to MK Dons in December 2014.
Shrewsbury v Blackpool
Shrewsbury have scored exactly once in eight of their 12 meetings with the Seasiders, including the last five.
Blackpool have won two of their last three away league games at Shrewsbury (L1).
The Shrews, who had the best home record in League Two last season, have lost all four of their home league games this season.
Blackpool have recorded the fewest shots on target in League One this season (23).
The Seasiders, who have one away win in 27 games, are looking to score in three consecutive away league games for the first time since December 2014.
Southend v Scunthorpe
The Shrimpers have conceded in just one of their previous four home league games with Scunthorpe, though it was the only goal in the last game at Roots Hall between the two sides.
The Iron have lost just three of their last 12 league games with Southend, all at Roots Hall (W5 D4).
Southend have scored more headers (4) than any other League One side this season, with Noel Hunt scoring two of them.
Scunthorpe striker Paddy Madden has had the most shots (27) and most shots off target (18) in League One this season.
After keeping 13 clean sheets in their previous 15 home games, Southend have now conceded in four consecutive games.
Swindon v Colchester
Swindon have lost none of their last five games with Colchester (W2 D3).
The U's have lost just one of their last six visits to the County Ground (W2 D3).
The Robins have lost their last two home games; they haven't lost three in a row at home since April 2011.
Colchester have conceded the most away goals in League One this season (11).
The U's have conceded 19 goals in their last six away league games (W2 D1 L3).
Walsall v Crewe
The Saddlers have won just one of their 12 meetings with Crewe (D7 L4).
Crewe are unbeaten in six away games at Walsall (W1 D5).
Walsall have attempted the most shots in League One this season (97), while Crewe have recorded the fewest (52).
Crewe's Adam King has scored with all three of his shots so far this season. Indeed, King is the only player in League One with three goals or more to have a 100% shot conversion rate.
Walsall have lost just one of their last 10 home games (W5 D4 L1).