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Saturday16th Aug
KO; 3:00pm
Stadium; Meadow Lane
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Pos TEAM P W D L GD Pts
9 Peterborough United 1 1 0 0 1 3
10 Colchester United 1 0 1 0 0 1
11 Oldham Athletic 1 0 1 0 0 1
12 Notts County 1 0 1 0 1 1
13 Port Vale 1 0 1 0 0 1
14 Preston North End 1 0 1 0 0 1
15 Walsall 1 0 1 0 0 1

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Mar 29 2014 09:16 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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Port Vale 0 - 2 Notts County

Aug 23 2014 05:24 PM | Joe Jones in Match Reports

Today's victory is brought to you by the Rocky Balboa school of "Not Going Down Despite Being Completely Pummeled from Start to Finish".

Notts County travelled to Port Vale and were under the cosh for most of the game, the opposition clocking up 24 shots and 18 corners, but nevertheless scored two unanswered goals to record the unlikeliest of wins in Staffordshire.

The away side actually started the brighter, Vale goalkeeper Sam Johnson having to claim from two Notts attacks within the first two minutes.

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Stat Attack: Port Vale v Notts County

Aug 22 2014 05:55 PM | Joe Jones in Match Previews

Notts County have met Port Vale a grand total of 92 times over the years, with the first two fixtures coming within a week of each other back in February 1921. The Magpies won the first game 2-1, but lost 1-0 at Meadow Lane.

Notts have won 38 games, lost 34, and drawn 20 against the Valiants, with the highest scoring matches coming in February 1927 (a 6-2 defeat) and April 1935 (a 5-3 defeat).

Last time these two played, in April this year at Meadow Lane, the Magpies won by a convincing 4-2 scoreline.

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Notts County 2 - 1 Colchester United

Aug 19 2014 08:27 PM | Joe Jones in Match Reports

Much better.

After a truly insipid performance shown on Saturday against Fleetwood, Notts County have given a stronger (though not quite the full product yet) account of themselves tonight against Colchester United, and despite riding their luck for large parts of the game, went on to seal a 2-1 win against their opposition at Meadow Lane.

The Magpies started well, Liam Noble firing a shot on goal after just two minutes, but Sam Walker in the U's goal was able to save with ease.

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Stat Attack: Notts County v Colchester United

Aug 18 2014 07:08 PM | Joe Jones in Match Previews

Notts County have met Colchester United a modest 40 times over the years, all league encounters except for one Sherpa Vans Trophy tie in 1988.

Notts hold the marginal upper edge, having won 18 games to Colchester's 14, with 8 draws. All league encounters between the two have never taken place higher than the third tier.

The recent history between those two sides is very positive for the Magpies - we have won the last five games against the Essex side, by an aggregate score of 15-2!

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Notts County 0 - 1 Fleetwood Town

Aug 16 2014 06:02 PM | Joe Jones in Match Reports

After a positive start away at Preston North End, Notts were brought back down to earth with a 1-0 defeat at home to Fleetwood Town. It wasn't so much the scoreline that was the issue, rather the inept display from the men in black and white on the pitch.

It was hoped that the 3-0 pounding at Sheffield Wednesday in midweek was a one-off against a team in a higher league in a cup competition, but today, the Magpies put in a shambolic performance which saw the Fishermen win thanks to Jamie Proctor's first half goal.

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Stat Attack: Notts County v Fleetwood Town

Aug 15 2014 07:21 PM | Joe Jones in Match Previews

Tomorrow is the first ever time that Notts County have played Fleetwood Town in the league! Let that sink in, folks. 152 years and the Magpies will be facing a new club in the league – including any past incarnations – for the first time in a while!

Not quite as spectacular, but those two teams have played before… just once, mind. And it wasn’t that long ago. Just a year ago, in fact, as Notts beat the Fishermen 3-2 at Meadow Lane in the League Cup.

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Sheffield Wednesday 3 - 0 Notts County

Aug 12 2014 10:09 PM | Joe Jones in Match Reports

Notts County suffered a heavy defeat at the hands of Sheffield Wednesday, the Championship side easing into the second round of the League Cup following a 3-0 win at Hillsborough. The Owls, buoyed after their away win at Brighton & Hove Albion, came out of the starting blocks in spectacular fashion, opening the scoring within the first 90 seconds of the match.

Jacques Maghoma, on the edge of the Notts area, cut inside onto his right foot and fired a powerful curling shot which looped into the top corner beyond Roy Carroll.

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Stat Attack: Sheffield Wednesday v Notts County

Aug 11 2014 06:50 PM | Joe Jones in Match Previews

Sheffield Wednesday have faced Notts County a total of 71 times throughout their history, going back as far as 1883, when the two faced off in the FA Cup.

The result? A resounding 4-1 win for the Magpies.

Since then, however, the Owls have had the better of things. They have won 32 of the games to County’s 22 victories, while 17 games were drawn.

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