Well if the win over Barnet didn't seem to float Ian Burchnall's boat the performance at Maidenhead certainly did.
Relentless, efficient and oh yeah, a Jim O'Brien hattrick!
Onto the stats.
Match stats below and to be fair to Maidenhead they did win on corners.
Results tracker updated.
Points needed updated and another 3 points see Notts edging further into the play off places.
You can filter the chart by clicking on the legends at the top.
League segment chart updated. Grey bar shows total points available for that segment. Green bar shows total points gained and yellow bar the PPG for that segment.
Full marks so far.
Points by time segment. How many points would have been accumulated if games had finished at 15, 30, 45, 60, 75 and 90 minutes.
It looks like Notts tend to hang onto half time points better at home but maybe tend to gain points later in games when playing away.
Onto player stats now and remember you can find all the player stats on the website here.
Minutes played updated:
Goal contribution table updated. Again, you can find this on the website and sort columns etc.
Goals scatter chart updated.
Goals by time segment updated.
Ian Burchnall's record updated after 13 games in charge and the league PPG and win% are starting to look a little more respectable.
xG for the Maidenhead game and Notts were in total control.
xG key match stats and it's clear there was only ever going to be one winner with Notts scoring a win percentage of 85% without the penalty, and 95% with it.
Player xG with Jim O'Brien wading in with an xG of 1.40. Also Ruben Rodrigues headed chance that was bravely saved by the Maidenhead keeper was a a big chance at 0.35.
Preview | Bromley (h) | Vanarama National League | 15:00
Saturday 15th May 2021 | Meadow Lane
Notts will be looking to keep the winning run going with the visit of Bromley to Meadow Lane, however the Ravens have play off aspirations of their own making this a very big occasion for both clubs.
Current form radar below and there's not a great deal to separate the two teams. Notts have a better defence but Bromley's away form is very good looking to go 7 games unbeaten on the road.
Goals for/against by time segment for Bromley and they look most dangerous either side of half time. Notts tend to get stronger late on which could be a good thing in what should be a very tight game.
Lead status comparison, not much to separate the two teams here.
It was honours even between the clubs last season both winning their home game by two goals to one.
It seems the bookies have picked up on the 11 goals in 3 games for Notts and have them clear favourites where the best you can currently get on a Notts win is evens.
Bromley appear to be a decent punt at around 13/5 and you're looking at 23/10 for the draw..
Based on these odds Notts have a 50% chance of winning and Bromley a 28% chance of coming away with the spoils.
It's going to be a very intense run in over the next two weeks with at least 5 teams fighting it out for the last 3 play off spots.
A win for Notts would mean Bromley need to win away at Aldershot and then at home to Notts in the last game to have any chance of a play off place.
Notts have the home game against Weymouth sandwiched between away games at Wrexham and Bromley.
With Chesterfield and Halifax playing each other on the last day of the season and both having to play a resurgent Dagenham It's possible, actually I should say preferable, that Notts don't have to go the Bromley away on the last day needing anything to get in the play off's.
With that in mind 6 points out of the next three games should just about do it and 7 points might just be enough to claim 5th place and a home tie in the first play off game.
Whichever way you look at it the ball is in Notts' court, let's hope the good form continues.