Do I need a comma between "two" and "stated" in this sentence?

On the whole, the second plan affords him a better chance of meeting his two stated criteria. My gut is that a comma should go between two and stated, as both serve as adjectives of the noun criteria. Similarly, do I need a comma between two and preceding in the following sentence: The two preceding... show more On the whole, the second plan affords him a better chance of meeting his two stated criteria.

My gut is that a comma should go between two and stated, as both serve as adjectives of the noun criteria.

Similarly, do I need a comma between two and preceding in the following sentence:

The two preceding translations are different in that...

Thank you for your assistance.

JD
Update: It's not odd, contextually. The criteria have previously been stated and it is a writing sample for an admissions test.
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