League Two Opta Facts February 10
Accrington V Oxford Utd
Accrington Stanley have won just one of their previous nine games against Oxford United (D4 L4).
Oxford have never lost away to Accrington in the league, keeping a clean sheet in all four games (W2 D2).
No side has kept fewer clean sheets in 2014/15 than Accrington Stanley (3)
Oxford have gone six games without defeat on their travels, winning three (D3).
Burton V Wimbledon
Burton have never lost at home to the Wombles (W2 D1).
Wimbledon have found the back of the net in all seven previous clashes against Burton.
There has been a red card in three of the last four meetings between Burton and Wimbledon (two for Burton).
Wimbledon have gone four unbeaten against the Brewers, winning two (D2).
Burton have won six straight league games at the Pirelli Stadium; they've not won seven in a row since March 2013 (nine games).
Wimbledon have lost only one of their last five on their travels, winning two (D2).
Carlisle V Shrewsbury
Carlisle are winless in seven attempts against Shrewsbury Town, losing three (D4).
The Shrews have avoided defeat in each of their last five away to Carlisle, winning two (D3).
Carlisle haven't drawn any of their last 23 league games, winning 10 (L13).
The Shrews have recorded a league-high 15 clean sheets this season.
Dag & Red V Portsmouth
The Daggers have scored just one goal against Pompey in three league matches, while letting in eight at the other end.
Portsmouth have won all three previous league meetings with Dagenham and Redbridge.
No side has netted fewer goals in the closing 15 minutes of matches this term than the Daggers (3).
Pompey have kept back to back clean sheets for the first time since October. They've not recorded three consecutive shutouts since March 2014 (a run of four).
Exeter V Cambridge
Exeter's 2-1 victory in the reverse of this fixture was their first win against Cambridge in five attempts (D1 L3).
Cambridge have won three of their last four trips to Exeter in league competition (L1).
Tom Nichols' goals this season have earned more points than any other League Two player (12).
Cambridge have alternated between scoring exactly once and then twice in each of their last their six on the road. They scored once in their last away game.
Hartlepool V Northampton
Hartlepool have either scored exactly two goals or none at all in each of their last six at home to the Cobblers (W4 L2).
Northampton have won their last two against Hartlepool; they've not won three in a row since September 1999 - also in the fourth tier.
Northampton have scored more goals in the final 15 minutes this season (17) than Hartlepool have registered in both the first (7) and second halves (15).
In fact, Hartlepool have conceded a league-high 13 goals in the final 15 minutes in 2014/15.
Marc Richards has scored more away goals this season than any other player (9).
Luton V York
Luton have won all seven of their home games against York City in league competition.
Since winning the first Football League clash with Luton, the Minstermen have since lost 10 and drawn four.
Luton (14) have already won more games this season than the last time they were in League Two in 2008/09 (13).
York have lost four and won none of their last six in league competition, scoring just one goal in the process.
Morecambe V Mansfield
Morecambe have lost their last two games against the Stags, this after winning the first three.
Mansfield have scored exactly once in each of their five Football League games against Morecambe.
Morecambe have dropped just three points from leading positions this season; a league-low.
However, Mansfield have won just one point from behind this term; fewer than any other team.
Newport V Tranmere
Newport have failed to find the back of the net in each of their last three games versus Tranmere.
Tranmere have lost only one of their last eight trips to Newport in league competition (W5 D2).
The Exiles have lost their last four league games without reply, this after winning the previous four.
No side has scored fewer headed goals this term than Tranmere (2). Indeed, only Hartlepool (13) have shipped more headed goals than Tranmere (12).
Southend V Cheltenham
Southend have won four of their last six against the Robins in the league (D1 L1).
Cheltenham have gone six games without keeping a clean sheet against Southend.
Southend have gone nine games unbeaten, winning four and drawing five.
The Robins have gone 23 games without a clean sheet in League Two.
Stevenage V Bury
Stevenage are unbeaten at home to the Shakers, winning one and drawing two.
Bury have scored exactly two goals in their last three games against Stevenage, winning two (D1).
Stevenage have lost their last three league games; they've not suffered four consecutive defeats since April 2014.
Bury have conceded in nine of their last 10 games on the road.
Wycombe V Plymouth
Wycombe have won three of their last four against Plymouth, keeping three clean sheets in the process (L1).
Plymouth have managed to avoid defeat in each of their last three trips to Adams Park (W1 D2).
Wycombe have conceded just one goal in their last seven in league competition. Indeed, the Chairboys haven't conceded more than once in a game since November vs Burton (1-3).
No player has had a hand in more goals this term than Plymouth's Reuben Reid (17 - 12 goals, five assists).