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Stats | Match 5 - Weymouth (a)

Apologies but no full report or player feature, just the stats and a look ahead to the home game with Wealdstone.

Key match stats.

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Progress updated:

Results tracker updated.

Goal segment chart updated.

A return of the 6 game segment visual. I've also included last season's segments as a comparison. Wealdstone at home will be match 6 so an opportunity to record a total of 12 points out of 18 for this segment. The last segment of the season will be 8 games.

Player stats next and this is the new table that is also available to view on the player stats page of the website here.

Goals and assists chart updated.

Goal scatter chart updated. Cal Roberts strike against Aldershot the first goal scored from outside the box.

Expected goals:

Based on the above xPTS for Notts was 2.50 and win% estimated at 84%.

Player xG below.

National League top scorers updated.

Ian Burchnall's record updated after 24 matches.

Moving onto Wealdstone who visit Meadow Lane this evening.

Notts came out on top in both meetings between the clubs last season without conceding a goal, winning 3-0 at home and 1-0 away.

The Stones have had a mixed bag of a start to the season having lost their opening two games they are currently unbeaten in the last three getting their first win at the weekend in a 1-0 defeat of Altrincham.

Current form radar suggests that Notts should have too much for the visitors, however the Stones are not exactly leaking goals averaging just 1.2 goals conceded per game.

Additionally Wealdstone are the only team to take a point off Dagenham so far this season drawing 2-2 away at Victoria Road having led twice.

Wealdstone have again signed 19 year old goal keeper George Wickens on loan from Fulham for a second spell at the club and he has managed to record two clean sheets out of their first 5 games.

George Wickens - Wealdstone FC

The Stones, like Notts also managed to plunder a couple of signings from Torquay during the summer including central midfielder Matt Buse and front man Josh Umerah who has already chipped in with 2 goals this season.

Josh Umerah - Wealdstone FC

Wealdstone are another team that have adopted the Three at the back philosophy, swapping between a 3-5-2 and a 3-4-1-2 formation. It will be interesting to see how the shape up for tonight's game and it's likely that they will, like others before them try to frustrate Notts with an energetic high press.

Notts clear favourites (again) with best odds currently 11/25 for the win. You can get 19/4 on a Wealdstone win and about 15/4 for the draw.

Based on these odds Notts have a 69% chance of a win and Wealdstone a 17% chance.

Apologies for the truncated report and preview and lack of player feature but we will be back on track again starting with a full report following the Wealdstone fixture.

As always thanks for reading.

Until next time.



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