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Tuesday 16th Sep
KO; 7:45pm
Stadium; Meadow Lane
Sky Bet League One
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League One

Pos TEAM P W D L GD Pts
11 Oldham Athletic 7 2 3 2 0 9
12 Crawley Town 7 3 0 4 -6 9
13 Barnsley 6 2 2 2 1 8
14 Notts County 6 2 2 2 1 8
15 Gillingham 7 2 2 3 -2 8
16 Yeovil Town 7 2 2 3 -3 8
17 Rochdale 7 2 1 4 2 7

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Featured  View of our upcoming games

Mar 29 2014 08:16 AM | notts-joe in News

In our next three games, Notts will be playing Colchester United at home. They will then be travelling to play Brentford away from home, upon the return the following game is again at Meadow Lane, this time it will be against Port Vale. This will leave us with the final run down of fixtures, only four remaining for the fight of survival. These three fixtures will be what makes the grades for Notts, without good results here then the previous two wins will be for almost nothing. The interesting factors are the two home games, both teams are in poor form and are sides we could get results over. The partnership of Murray and Spencer, especially any goals from Ronan Murray will be vital to our great escape.

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Notts County 1 - 1 Leyton Orient

Sep 16 2014 09:27 PM | Joe Jones in Match Reports

Notts County survived a second-half blitz to secure a point at home against Leyton Orient in a 1-1 draw marred by a contentious penalty decision for the visitors' equaliser.

After an initial few minutes of tentative, cautious football, the game sprung into life as David Mooney's effort deflected off Curtis Thompson for a corner, from which Scott Cuthbert threatened with a header.

Shortly afterwards, Jake Cassidy set up Zeli Ismail, whose shot whistled past the back post, while Mooney, Jobi McAnuff and Reece Brown also registered efforts on goal for their respective sides, all within the first 10 minutes.

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Stat Attack: Notts County v Leyton Orient

Sep 16 2014 07:55 AM | Joe Jones in Match Previews

The first time that Notts County faced Leyton Orient was 101 years ago, when the Magpies travel to Millfields Road for a Division Two fixture.

The East London outfit won 1-0.

A total of 74 fixtures have taken place between the two, with the Nottingham outfit holding the upper hand historically - but only just, as 29 games have been won by the Magpies, with 26 O's wins and 19 draws.

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Peterborough United 0 - 0 Notts County

Sep 13 2014 04:43 PM | Joe Jones in Match Reports

Notts County have secured a valuable point away from home against arguably one of the toughest teams to play so far this season, Peterborough United.

The Magpies made four changes to the side that beaten Mansfield Town in the Johnstone’s Paint Trophy last week, with Roy Carroll returning in goal, new loan signing Louis Laing coming in for the injured Hayden Mullins, and Alan Smith and Zeli Ismail returning in place of Mike Edwards and Ronan Murray.

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Stat Attack: Peterborough United v Notts County

Sep 12 2014 04:28 PM | Joe Jones in Match Previews

Notts County and Peterborough have met a grand total of 44 times over the years, dating back to the 1960s.

The first meeting between the two, a Third Division fixture on the 7th September 1961, ended in a 2-2 draw.

Our record win over the Posh is a 6-0 drubbing at Meadow Lane in the 1970-71 season, while our record defeat to them is a 5-1 loss in 1963.

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Notts County 2 - 0 Mansfield Town

Sep 02 2014 07:12 PM | Joe Jones in News

Yes, you could argue it was a game against lower league opposition, in a second-rate competition. But nevertheless, it was the perfect response to Sunday's last-gasp defeat at Bristol City, it was a good runout for some of our fringe players, and crucially, it gives us bragging rights over a local rival.

Notts County put in a good performance against Mansfield Town, two players getting themselves on the scoresheet to beat the Stags 2-0 in the Johnstone's Paint Trophy this evening.

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Stat Attack: Notts County v Mansfield Town

Sep 01 2014 08:27 PM | Joe Jones in Match Previews

Notts County and Mansfield Town have faced each other a total of 14 times over the years, with the first fixture taking place in October 1937.

This game, which took place in Division Three South, finished 2-0 to the Magpies.

Since then, the fixture has been on a knife-edge, with Notts winning 16 and Mansfield 14 (13 games have been drawn).

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Notts County 1 - 2 Bristol City

Aug 31 2014 04:43 PM | Joe Jones in Match Reports

Well, today we were hard done by. After taking an early lead against Bristol City, it was a case of backs to the wall for the Magpies, as the opposition plugged away.

Even though the Robins' efforts were ultimately rewarded with a goal on the hour, we were certainly capable of finishing the game with something.

That is, until the referee's late intervention gifted City an ill-deserved penalty right at the death, and then, that was it. We had lost the game, cruelly robbed of a point.

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Stat Attack: Notts County v Bristol City

Aug 30 2014 04:50 PM | Joe Jones in Match Previews

Notts County and Bristol City have faced each other a gargantuan 105 times over their history. This is because both clubs have been regularly playing each other since the 1900s.

Tomorrow will however be just the third league encounter between the two in ten years - and all of these have taken place in the last year.

Bristol City only just hold the upper edge, having won 42 games to Notts's 39. 24 matches have been drawn.

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