- Fleetwood have scored in 88% of their away matches in League One this season, but they’ve also conceded in 75% of those.
- There have been under 2.5 goals scored in 10 of Fleetwood‘s last 11 games (FA Cup).
- Fleetwood have failed to score in 7 of their last 9 matches (FA Cup).
- Fleetwood have failed to win 9 of their last 10 matches (FA Cup).
- In the last 10 matches, home team Chorley FC scored 14 goals and conceded 10 goals, average getting 1.40 goals per game.
- In of the last 10 matches, Fleetwood Town scored 8 goals and conceded 5 goals at away, average getting 1.60 goals per away game.
- In the last 10 matches, away team Fleetwood Town scored 17 goals and conceded 15 goals, average getting 1.70 goals per game.
HEAD TO HEAD
- Chorley and Fleetwood last met competitively way back in 2006 in the Northern Premier League Division One. It ended 1-1 at Victory Park, but Town recorded a 2-1 win at Highbury.
CHORLEY TEAM NEWS
- Matthew Hughes will miss this match for the hosts. Aside from that, Chorley could be at full strength.
- Loanees Nick Haughton – Chorley’s star in this season’s FA Cup – and goalkeeper Matt Urwin will be unavailable against their parent club
- Striker Marcus Carver is a player with Football League pedigree, having spent five years at Accrington Stanley. In that five-year spell he also had loan spells at Halifax Town, Barrow and AFC Fylde, before joining Chorley in 2016. He has scored five times for the Magpies this term in the National League North. The Blackburn local is a key man in Chorley’s attack and could cause Town problems on Monday evening.
FLEETWOOD TOWN TEAM NEWS
Wes Burns is available again, while Conor McAleny could feature having recently returned from injury. Devante Cole came off the bench to score last time out, the forward is likely to feature prominently here.
Fleetwood win at full time.