No amount of superlatives are enough to describe 24 hours in the rollercoaster world that is Notts County.
On the back of the clubs worst run of form for two seasons and with off the field issues making the headlines for all the wrong reasons the prospect of facing one of the leagues title contenders was nothing short of daunting.
If you read my last missive following the draw at Altrincham you might remember my final thoughts on facing Sutton United and a reminder that football really is a funny old game, and as suggested this did turn out to be one of those games.
The win against Dagenham with 10 men earlier in the season remained quite possibly Notts' best performance of the season to date, but you could argue that the context of the win over Sutton and what it could do by means of reigniting the Magpies season at just the right time eclipses that Daggers demolition.
Anyway, enough of my yammering, lets get on with the stats.
Match stats below and ignoring the corner count, which in itself wasn't great for either team, Notts edged much of the game even when down to 10 men.