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Notts County's home match against Plymouth Argyle, originally scheduled for 3pm Saturday 10th October, will now be televised live on Sky on Sunday 11th October, kick off - 2.30pm.
Notts fan and PON member, Julie Henshaw had this to say about the fixture change - "Why do Sky have to change K.O times?".
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Another away day, another defeat, this one more embarrassing than most as Notts fell to a humbling 5-1 defeat at Sheffield United, with the only sliver of positivity coming from the fact that, rather than being in the league, it was in the Johnstone’s Paint Trophy.
Sheffield United’s first match against Notts took place on the 17th January 1891 in the FA Cup - and we won 9-1!
Since then, however, the Blades have undisputedly held the upper hand in head-to-head statistics.
Notts County’s travel sickness continues to take hold of the boys in black and white as Leyton Orient claimed their first win in six games as they beat the beleaguered visitors 3-1 at Brisbane Road.
So far this season, we haven’t yet witnessed a settled Notts County but we have been entertained by a couple of outstanding performances. With the arrival of Izale McLeod, Notts do look much stronger up front and the loan arrival of Alan Sheehan does provide the back with much needed cover.
At the recent home game against York City, I mentioned to a friend about how comfortable we looked without so many of our foreign legion players.
Though Notts County have improved at home no end, it remains a different story on the road, with another game in which the Magpies relinquished the lead – though at least this time we were able to hang onto a point at Dagenham & Redbridge, the final result a 1-1 draw.
All of us who travel to watch Notts’s away performances are covering hundreds of extra miles in League Two compared to the journeys last season in League One. So relegation is proving costly, in financial terms, not only to the club but also to its supporters.
Notts County and Dagenham & Redbridge have met just eight times, and all the meetings have come in the last eight years.
The first clash was back on 15 September 2007, when the Magpies beat the Daggers 1-0 at Meadow Lane in League Two.