Notts look to take on the Linnets at the fourth time of asking this season with a trip to the east coast and a game at The Walks.
Recent form radar and there is quite a chasm between the two clubs in all area's.
Goals by time segment for King Lynn and despite a slow start to games it appears the goals start flowing the longer the game goes on.
Notts' goal segment continues to highlight just how resilient the defence has been this season.
Kings Lynn are averaging just 1.17 goals per game and average 10.22 goal attempts per 90 minutes meaning they score on average every 8.74 attempts per goal.
Notts are averaging 1.39 goals per game and average 11.94 goal attempts per 90 minutes meaning they average a goal every 8.59 attempts.
The Linnets are shipping a whopping 2.11 goals per game on average compared to Notts who are conceding just 0.77 goals per game.
Notts continue to compete at the top of the possession charts averaging just under 53% per 90 minutes whilst Kings Lynn actually average just over 50% possession per game despite their lowly position.
Lead status for both clubs and you would expect Notts to spend a decent period of time leading in the game and it would be a surprise to see them trailing.
Depending on how Hartlepool do away at Eastleigh a win could see another creep up the table to 3rd place. Regardless of that Notts will continue to hold onto 3rd place in the PPG table.
Unsurprisingly Notts are big favourites with the bookies at circa 83/100 for the win whereas you can get 16/5 for the home win and 13/5 for the draw.
Based on these odds Notts would expect to have a 55% chance of winning, Kings Lynn with a 24% chance of the win.
With all of the uncertainty around the league and how or if it will be completed, further complicated this week by Dover furloughing players Notts now need to make sure they scrap for every single point they can.
Kings Lynn have lost their last three and Notts continue to be unbeaten in 2021 with no defeats in 6 games in all competitions so you would hope to see Notts looking to head back to Nottingham with the three points.
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