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Saturday 1st November
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Stadium; Meadow Lane
Sky Bet League One

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1 Bristol City 15 9 6 0 15 33
2 Preston North End 13 8 4 1 13 28
3 Notts County 14 7 5 2 9 26
4 Peterborough United 15 8 2 5 7 26
5 Sheffield United 14 8 2 4 4 26
6 Oldham Athletic 15 6 7 2 6 25
7 MK Dons 13 7 3 3 12 24

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    Featured  Swedish Magpies - The Trip

    Oct 01 2014 03:30 PM | notts-joe in Media

    Seven years since our first and only visit. Seven exciting, long, sometimes joyful, but mostly nerve-wrecking years. But at the Oldham game the Swedish magpies were back, It wont take that long again.

    There was a lot of boiled up excitement for both me and Fredric as we drove up from London city airport on Friday. Seven years ago we visited Meadow Lane and Notts County to write a big article about the club as a part of my journalism exam.

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    Stat Attack: Notts County v Walsall

    Oct 31 2014 07:34 PM | Joe Jones in Match Previews

    Notts and Walsall’s fixture history dates back to the 1890s, but there haven’t been that many fixtures despite over a century of head-to-heads. The first game took place on the 20th January 1894 and resulted in a 2-0 win for the Magpies.

    In total, there have been 62 fixtures between the two sides, and this time, Notts holds the upper edge with 26 wins. The Saddlers have won 20 times, and 16 draws have taken place.

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    The Match Officials

    Oct 31 2014 02:28 PM | notts-joe in News

    Saturday 1st of November, Notts County host Walsall FC at home. Walsall head to Meadow Lane having only won one of their last four games, in fact prior to their last home against Chesterfield FC – Walsall hadn't won or drawn since the 4th of October 2014.

    Notts County are the inform team, unlike the previous year where we encountered the Saddlers. The Magpies are flying at the moment, so all is to play for.

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    Walsall FC - View

    Oct 30 2014 07:48 PM | notts-joe in Opposition Views

    This time last year Walsall found themselves in a similar position to Notts, however it is vastly different at the club this season. The Saddlers are concerned that they don't have enough fire power upfront and the arrival of Tom Bradshaw in the summer has given them a striker who knows how to find the net.

    However the Saddlers are still struggling and are only 1 point away from the drop zone, with all to play Pride of Nottingham catches up with sadlad.

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    Notts Fan Making Difference

    Oct 28 2014 06:58 PM | notts-joe in News

    Notts County fan Jon Marshall is visiting Kenya as part of the Nasio Trust, which helps change lives over in the African nation – A motto which the trust uses is “Changing Lives for the Good”.

    The Nasio Trust is a registered charity based in the UK and Kenya, it derives inspiration and values from the Christian faith which envisage a world where all children and young people are treated with love, and grow up to live self-reliant, healthy and fulfilling lives. Many of the children in Kenya are HIV orphans.

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    Stephen McLaughlin Extension?

    Oct 26 2014 03:35 PM | notts-joe in Transfers

    On loan winger Stephen McLaughlin is set to return to parent club Nottingham Forest, unless an extention can be agreed between Shaun Derry and Stuart Pearce for the services of the 24 year old Irish born player.

    He featured in his last game yesterday for the magpies, in a narrow 1-0 away win over Scunthorpe United which saw Notts County move to 3rd within the league.

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    Scunthorpe United 0 - 1 Notts County

    Oct 25 2014 08:09 PM | Joe Jones in Match Reports

    Talk about going from strength to strength.

    We’re on the cusp of November now, and with the season in full swing, Notts County now find themselves well into League One’s playoff places following another good display and a clean sheet finished off with a solitary strike from the spot to secure all three points away at Scunthorpe United in a 1-0 win at Glanford Park.

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    Stat Attack: Scunthorpe United v Notts County

    Oct 24 2014 05:29 PM | Joe Jones in Match Previews

    Notts County against Scunthorpe United is a relatively new fixture in English football - the first time these two faced off was on the 4th January 1969 in the old Division Four.

    On that day, goals by George Kerr and Nigel Cassidy gave the Iron a 2-1 victory (Richie Barker netted the consolation for the Magpies).

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    Notts Community

    Oct 22 2014 01:27 PM | notts-joe in Media

    Yesterday ended like I started my original journey, alone with my son in the cold. I found myself at times thinking about what Notts meant to me as a person, I looked around watching our fans react to each stage very differently.

    It was a roller-coaster shared by family and friends, in a sea of mixed shirts.

    Shaun Derry's branded Notts a “community”, which is something I've always found to be pretty much true.

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