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Weekend in numbers

13 October 2014

We take a look at the numbers that make up the weekend's Sky Bet Football League action.

0 - Colchester United beat Fleetwood 2-1 in front of their own fans on Saturday meaning Leyton Orient are now the only side in Sky Bet League 1 without a home victory this term.

3 - Bury had only conceded three goals in five away matches prior to letting in three at AFC Wimbledon on Saturday.

3 - Carlisle notched their third win on the bounce under new boss Keith Curle, beating Stevenage 3-0.

3 - Accrington Stanley failed to pick up three points for the first time since the return of John Coleman, going down 2-1 at home to Dagenham & Redbridge.

3 - Shrewsbury had only scored one goal in six games before netting three against Cheltenham at the weekend.

4 - Exeter's run of four successive 2-1 wins was brought to an end by Hartlepool, who triumphed 2-1 in Devon.

4 - Portsmouth have now drawn their last four games on the bounce after sharing the points with Mansfield Town.

4 - Luton Town registered their fourth successive victory, beating Southend 2-0, while Tranmere lost for the fourth time on spin, against Plymouth.

7 - Adebayo Akinfenwa netted twice to take his goal tally to seven in six matches in all competitions.

7 - York City loanee Diego De Girolamo scored after only seven minutes of his debut but he was unable to prevent the Minstermen from extending their poor run at Newport - they've lost all four of their trips to the Exiles in the league.

8 -  Port Vale's Tom Pope hadn't found the net in eight league matches prior to Saturday's brace against Yeovil Town.

10 - Oldham Athletic extended their unbeaten run to 10 matches in all competitions by coming from behind to beat Walsall 2-1.

11 – Following a 3-1 defeat, Morecambe are now winless against Wycombe in 11 matches, losing seven and drawing four.

15 - Chesterfield front man Eoin Doyle moved onto 15 goals for the season by scoring a brace against Bristol City. He now has 11 in his last seven appearances.

18 – The Irishman's goals weren't enough for a Spireites victory, though, as the Robins won 3-2 to stretch their undefeated league run to 18 games.

21 - All 21 of the weekend's Football League games involved at least one goal.

23 - Following their 5-1 thumping of Oxford, Cambridge United are now the top scorers in Sky Bet League 2, finding the net 23 times.

45 - Bradford City didn't waste time against Barnsley on Sunday, going ahead after just 45 seconds.

55 - Ex-England goalkeeper Dave Beasant was named on the bench for Stevenage at Carlisle, at the ripe old age of 55. Beasant and the Cumbrians' substitute goalkeeper Tony Caig have a combined age of 95.

100 - Sam Woods marked his 100th game for Wycombe by scoring from 40 yards against Morecambe.

561 – Leyton Orient's Jobi McAnuff was sent off for the first time in his career at the weekend, in what was his 561st competitive appearance.

1983 – The O's drew their game with Sheffield United 2-2, meaning they are still without a league victory against the Blades since May 1983.

2000 - Cheltenham haven't won at Shrewsbury Town since March 2000 - their eighth winless trip to the Shrews ended in a 3-1 defeat.

19,179 – Sheffield United's match with Leyton Orient pulled in the biggest Football League crowd of the weekend, with over 19,000 watching the pair battle out a pulsating draw.

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