League One stats for this season–eye opening facts!

60 games played (no team has contested two 0-0 draws to date):

Home wins: 24 (equates to odds of 6/4 via percentages)

Drawn games: 15 (3/1)

Away wins: 21 (15/8)

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Half time details:

Home team in front: 14 (100/30)

Draw at the interval: 23 (13/8)

Away team leading at the break: 23 (13/8)

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Double result details:

Home–Home: 11

Home–Draw: 2

Home–Away: 1

Draw–Home: 10

Draw–Draw: 8

Draw–Away: 5

Away–Home: 3

Away-Draw: 5

Away–Away: 15

34/60 games (56.7%) remained the same way at full time as they stood after 45 minutes of play.

Home teams leading at the interval gained 83.3% of the available points (35/42) when the final whistle blew.  Away teams secured 50/59 points when they led at the break (72.5%).

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More away teams (than home teams) scored the opening goal of the game.

28 home teams scored first: 21 wins–5 draws–2 defeats

All eight home teams which scored in the opening 16 minutes of play went on to record a success, yet just three of the five teams secured all three points when opening the scoring in the 53rd minute/thereafter.

The worst offenders were Leyton Orient who scored on 53 minutes, only to concede two goals when losing to Carlisle.

29 away teams scored first: 19 wins–7 draws–3 defeats

In total, 12 teams led from the 48th minute/thereafter gaining 31/36 possible points.  Home teams: 7–1–1 and away teams: 3–0–0

Only two of the twelve home teams that equalized having conceded the opening goal went on to win:  2 wins–6 draws–4 defeats.  Two of the four teams that lost equalized as early as the 16th minute but still lost their respective games.

Eleven away teams equalized having conceded the opening goal: 2 won–4 drew–5 lost.

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12/13 home teams which established a two goal lead went on to secure all three points.  The only team to spoil the stats were Charlton who let a two goal lead slip at Scunthorpe during the final 33 minutes of the game.

Thirteen of the fifteen away teams that established a two goal cushion won.

The only losers were Walsall at Sheffield United who were 2-0 up after 51 minutes.

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How many goals does it take to win/draw/lose matches in League One?

Home teams scoring:

No goals (15): 3 draws–12 defeats

1 goal (20): 4 wins–8 draws–8 defeats

2 goals (15): 10 wins–4 draws–1 defeat

3 goals (7): 7 wins

4 goals (1): 1 win

5 goals (1): 1 win

6 goals (1): 1 win

Collective home stats:

Home teams scoring a maximum of one goal (35):

4 wins–11 draws–20 defeats (21.9% of possible points gained)

Home teams scoring 2 goals or more (25):

20 wins–4 draws–1 defeat (85.3% of possible points gained)

Away teams scoring:

No goals (16): 3 draws–13 defeats

1 goal (17): 3 wins–8 draws–6 defeats

2 goals (22): 13 wins–4 draws–5 defeats

3 goals: (4): 4 wins

4 goals (1); 1 win

Collective away stats:

Maximum of one goal scored (33):

3 wins–11 draws–19 defeats (20.2% of points gained)

Two goals or more scored (27):

18 wins–4 draws–5 defeats (71.6% of points gained)

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Repetitive correct scores in League One:

1-1 (8–equates top odds of 13/2 via percentages)

0-2 (8)

2-0 (6)

1-2 (5)

1-0 (4)

2-1 (4)

3-2 (4–the best profitable score-line to date)

2-2 (4)

0-0 (3)

0-1 (3)

1-3 (3)

3-0 (2)

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