League One Stat Pack | 22nd November 2014


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Bradford City v Gillingham | Saturday 15.00

  • Bradford have W1-D1-L4 of their last 6 league games with 5/6 seeing BTTS and 5/6 seeing Over 2.5 Goals.
  • Bradford have L2 on the spin at home and only W2-D1-L5 at home, keeping just 1/8 home clean sheets – they’ve seen Over 2.5 Goals in 4/8 home and BTTS in 5/8 at home.
  • Bradford have scored the first goal in 10/16 home games.
  • Gillingham have W1-D3-L5 of their last 9 league games, failing to score in 5/9.
  • Gillingham have scored just one first-half goal in those 9 games.
  • Gillingham have D3-L9 of their last 12 away games and W5-D5-L21 away games since winning promotion back to League One.
  • Gillingham have seen Under 2.5 Goals in 5/6 away league games, scoring just 5 of their 17 goals away from home.
  • Gillingham have W1-D2 in their last 3 away trips to Bradford and have W3-D3-L1 in the last 7 head-to-head against the Bantams.

Bristol City v Preston North End | Saturday 15.00

  • Bristol City have W13-D9-L1 of their last 23 league games with 8/13 wins including BTTS.
  • Bristol City have W12-D7-L1 of their last 20 home league games with 7/12 wins including BTTS.
  • Bristol City have seen Over 2.5 Goals in 5/6 home games against top-six teams and Over 3.5 Goals in 3/6 home matches against top-six opposition.
  • Bristol City have scored first in 12/17 league games this season but only led at HT in 2/8 home league games this season.
  • Preston have L3 on the spin including their last 2 away – their worst losing streak since February 2013.
  • Preston have only trailed at HT in 1/8 away game this season and leaked before HT in 2/8 away matches this season.
  • Preston have scored first in 9/15 away matches and kept 4/8 away clean sheets this season.
  • Preston have W1-D10-L15 of their last 26 away games at Bristol City.

Chesterfield v Barnsley | Saturday 15.00

  • Chesterfield have D3-L4 of their last 7 league games and failed to score in their last 4.
  • Chesterfield have kept 1/8 home clean sheets and kept 5/8 home BTTS (W3-D3-L2).
  • Chesterfield have recorded back-to-back clean sheets but only kept 3/17 clean sheets this season.
  • Barnsley W4-D1-L2 of their last 7 league games with 5/6 games featuring Over 2.5 Goals.
  • Barnsley have scored first in 4/8 away games and have seen HT draws in 4/8 away matches – they’ve seen BTTS in 5/8 away (W3-D3-L2).
  • Barnsley have seen 12/16 games feature Over 2.5 Goals including 4/8 away.
  • Barnsley have W1-D4-L3 of their last 8 at Chesterfield but kept clean sheets in 3/5 at Chesterfield. However, they’ve failed to score in 5/7 trips to Chesterfield.
  • Barnsley have W3-D3-L1 in the last 7 meetings with Chesterfield anywhere.

Colchester United v Coventry City | Saturday 15.00

  • Colchester have L2 on the spin having W4-D4-L2 in their previous 10 games.
  • Colchester have seen Over 2.5 Goals in 7/8 games and in 12/17 overall – their last 7 have seen BTTS.
  • Colchester have seen Over 2.5 Goals in 9/12 home league games and in 6/8 home this season.
  • Colchester have scored 2+ in 8/11 matches but conceded 2+ in 4/7 games.
  • Colchester have scored first in 8/12 home games.
  • Coventry have W1-D4-L12 of their last 17 away league games, conceding 2+ in 11/17.
  • Coventry have seen Over 2.5 Goals in 6/7 games now and in 5/8 away. They’ve also seen Over 2.5 Goals in 9/10 away to bottom-half teams.
  • Coventry have seen Over 1.5 first-half goals in 4/8 away games.
  • Coventry have conceded 2+ in 8/10 games now, not kept a clean sheet in 11 and seen 6/8 away feature BTTS.
  • Coventry have scored in their last 6 against Colchester, scoring 14. They’ve only L1/9 against the U’s.

Crawley Town v Scunthorpe United | Saturday 15.00

  • Crawley have D3 on the spin and W3-D5-L3 of their last 11.
  • Crawley have seen BTTS in 6/8 games but 8/11 saw Under 2.5 Goals as well as in 12/17 overall.
  • Crawley have seen Under 2.5 Goals in 14/20 home games – they’ve scored just 1 goal before HT at home with 5/8 home games being 0-0 at HT.
  • Scunthorpe have W2-D2-L1 in their last 5 games Scunthorpe have seen Over 2.5 Goals in 8/10 league games – they’ve kept just 1/16 clean sheets this season.
  • Scunthorpe have scored first in 5/8 away matches and scored 2+ in their last 4 away – 6/8 away have seen BTTS and 6/8 away seen Over 2.5 Goals.
  • The away side has won both previous meetings between these teams.

Fleetwood Town v Walsall | Saturday 15.00

  • Fleetwood have W3 on the spin at home. They’ve W4-4 in their 8 home games.
  • Fleetwood have only led at HT in 2/8 home league games but kept 4/8 home clean sheets.
  • Fleetwood have seen Under 2.5 Goals in 4/5 home games against bottom-half teams.
  • Walsall have W3-D3-L3 in their last 9 games, keeping 4/9 clean sheets. They’ve W2-D1 in their last 3, keeping 2/3 clean sheets.
  • Walsall have W1-D3-L4 of their 8 away games and failed to score in 4/8 away, keeping just 2/8 away clean sheets.
  • Walsall have seen HT draws in 7/10 away to top-half teams and in 6/8 away this season.

Leyton Orient v Crewe Alexandra | Saturday 15.00

  • Orient have W1-D3-L5 of their last 9 games and have D3-L5 of their 8 home games – the only side in England yet to win at home this season.
  • Orient have conceded 2+ goals in their last 4 games and in 6/8 home games.
  • Orient have scored 6 of their 19 goals at home, failing to score in 4/8 home.
  • Orient have scored first in 12/18 home games against bottom-six teams.
  • Crewe have W3-D2-L1 of their last 6 games, keeping 3/6 clean sheets.
  • Crewe have won 5 of their 15 points away from home (W1-D2-L5) but they’ve W1-D1 in their last 2 away.
  • Crewe have seen Under 2.5 Goals in their last 5 games.
  • Crewe have L6/9 away to bottom-six teams and had L-L double results in those games.
  • Crewe have L10/10 when falling behind in games. They’ve scored 9 of their 13 goals in the first half.
  • Crewe have D2-L4 of their last 6 against Orient with the last 5 meetings in London all seeing Under 2.5 Goals.

MK Dons v Port Vale | Saturday 15.00

  • MK Dons have W3-D2 in their last 5 league games and W3 on the spin at home.
  • MK Dons have seen their last 4 home games feature Over 2.5 Goals with 6/8 at home seeing BTTS and 6/8 home seeing Over 2.5 Goals.
  • MK Dons have scored 20 of their 29 goals in the second-half – their last 12 goals have all come after HT.
  • Port Vale have W3 on the spin with D-W double results in all 3 games. They’ve W4-D1-L1 in their last 6.
  • Port Vale have seen Over 2.5 Goals in 8/15 away games and seen HT draws in 10/17 away.
  • Port Vale have yet to keep a clean sheet away and seen BTTS in 6/8 away.
  • Port Vale have D2-L1 in their 3 trips to Stadium MK.

Notts County v Yeovil Town | Saturday 15.00

  • Notts County have W6-L1 in their last 7 league games and only L2/17 in all competitions. They’ve kept 4/7 clean sheets.
  • Notts County have W3-D2-L3 at home this season and W7/11 home to bottom-six teams.
  • Notts County have conceded 10 of their 14 goals at home but kept 7/16 clean sheets in the league.
  • Notts County have seen Under 2.5 Goals in 10/16 league games.
  • Yeovil have D2-L6 of their last 8 league games, failing to score in 6/8 and failing to net in their last 4.
  • Yeovil have W2-D1-L5 of their 8 away games, losing by 2+ in 4/8 away.
  • Yeovil have seen Under 2.5 Goals in 8/10 league games.
  • Yeovil have conceded 17 of their 27 goals after HT.
  • Yeovil have W3-D1-L1 of their last 5 against Notts County but W1-L2 of their last 3 at Meadow Lane.

Peterborough United v Swindon Town | Saturday 15.00

  • Peterborough have D1-L3 of their last 4 games, failing to score in 2/4.
  • Peterborough have seen BTTS and Over 2.5 Goals in 6/8 home games with 3/4 home wins also seeing BTTS.
  • Peterborough have seen only 1/8 home games be 0-0 at HT.
  • Peterborough have seen Over 3.5 Goals in 3/6 home games against top-six clubs.
  • Swindon have W3-L1 of their last 4 games with all 3 wins coming ‘to nil’.
  • Swindon have scored in 16/17 games this season with 11/17 seeing Over 2.5 Goals.
  • Swindon have seen Over 2.5 Goals in 6/7 away games and in 9/13 away games to top-half teams.
  • Swindon have conceded the first goal in 12/20 away games.
  • Swindon have only W1/11 against Peterborough, in January.

Rochdale v Doncaster Rovers | Saturday 15.00

  • Rochdale have W6-D1-L2 of their last 9 games, scoring 2+ in 5/9 but only 3/9 seeing BTTS.
  • Rochdale have W3-D2-L3 at home but led at HT in 4/8 home games.
  • Rochdale have seen 10 of their 29 goals come from headers and scored only 10 of their 29 goals at home.
  • Doncaster have picked up 12 of their 18 points away (W4-L3) and scored 9 of their 14 goals away.
  • Doncaster have seen only 1/7 away be 0-0 at HT and only led at HT in 1/7 away game.
  • Doncaster have seen Over 2.5 Goals in 6/7 away games, including their last 5 away.
  • Doncaster have W2-D1-L7 of their last 10 games against Rochdale.

Sheffield United v Oldham Athletic | Saturday 15.00

  • Sheffield United have W9-D2-L3 of their last 14 games. They’ve W4-L1 of their last 5, winning all 4 ‘to nil’.
  • Sheffield United have seen 0/5 see BTTS and 9/16 overall feature Under 2.5 Goals.
  • Sheffield United have only scored 9 of their 23 goals at home.
  • Sheffield United have seen 17 of their last 18 goals come after HT with 12 of their 23 goals coming in the final 15 minutes.
  • Sheffield United have seen Under 2.5 Goals in 12/15 home games against top-half clubs.
  • Oldham have W6-D6-L1 of their last 13 league games but W1-D5-L2 of their 8 away.
  • Oldham have seen Under 2.5 Goals in 14/20 away games but BTTS in 7/8.
  • Oldham have seen HT draws in 7/8 away to top-six teams but seen 28 of the 43 goals in their games this season arrive before HT.
  • Oldham have only faced a league-low 54 shots-on-target.
  • Oldham have conceded in their last 20 games against Sheffield United, last shutting them out in 1988.

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