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In numbers: Matchday 39

23 March 2018

With Sky Bet League One and League Two action to look forward to on Matchday 39, we’ve taken a look at the facts and figures from those two respective divisions…

1 - Dino Maamria’s first match in charge of Stevenage comes at home to Colchester United. The Tunisian was appointed as first team manager on Tuesday, and returns to the club where he made more than 80 appearances as a player.

2 - Milton Keynes Dons hadn’t won in Dan Micciche's eight games in charge, but then came back-to-back victoriesover Rotherham United and Bury. They host Blackpool this weekend with eyes on making it a trio of successes.

3 - The number of points that separate Mansfield Town in fifth and Swindon Town in ninth — the race for the Play-Offs is hotting up...

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4 - Staying with the Stags, they’ve registered four successive 1-1 draws, against Coventry City, Lincoln City, Colchester United and Notts County.

5 - The length of Oldham Athletic's unbeaten run, before they were defeated by Portsmouth on Matchday 38.

6 - Carlisle United’s unbeaten run currently stands at six games. They've notched four wins and 11 goals in those fixtures and welcome Cambridge United to Brunton Park this weekend.

7 - Last Saturday’s 3-2 win over Bristol Rovers saw Plymouth Argyle earn their seventh victory in eight games, to take them into the League One top six. The Pilgrim's the league position is all the more remarkable when you consider they were 20th at Christmas...

17 - None of Grimsby Town’s last 17 matches have yielded a victory, leaving the Mariners one place above the relegation zone. They are yet to win in 2018.

23 - That’s Jack Marriott’s League One tally for Peterborough United, and he leads the way in th e division's scoring charts by seven. Will he add to it against Bristol Rovers this weekend?

43 - Wigan Athletic added three more goals to their season total on Wednesday night, as they defeated Walsall 3-0. The Latics have the highest goal difference in the EFL.

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