Updated: Nov 23, 2020
A chance for Notts to avenge the 2-1- defeat at Bromley back in December where desite a 35th minute equaliser from current top scorer Kyle Wootton a McCoulsky second half winner secured all three points for The Lillywhites.
Bromley currently sit 3rd in the league on 50 points, 7 points clear of Notts but having played one game more.
They currently sit 10th in the last 6 games form table but have won their last two games by 3 goals to nil. PL 6 | W 3 | D 1 | L 2 | GF 11 | GA 8 | PTS 10
Notts currently sit 5th in the form table and are now unbeaten in 6 games in all competitions.
PL 6 | W 3 | D 3 | L 0 | GF 11 | GA 5 | PTS 12
Depending on results for Stockport (at home to Boreham Wood) and Solihull (away to Yeovil) Notts could climb up to 5th place with a win. A loss could see Notts dropping three places to 10th but would still only be one point outside the play off places.
Bookies appear to have Notts as slight favourites currently circa 6/5 but with odds drifting slightly. You can still get 2/1 on Bromley but odds are shortening. 13/5 for the draw.
If Notts can secure the signing of Kyle Wootton before kick off tomorrow that might be just the boost needed to ensure a win, however based on current form a draw looks most likely result.
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