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Stats Report | Match 38 - Solihull Moors (a)

It was a case of "my team's more attacking than you're team" from the two managers/coaches last night and despite the spoils being shared, it was the hosts who came out on top in the stats.

If Notts fans weren't concerned when the starting 11 was announced alarm bells would have been ringing after Solihull went one up with a spot kick on 7 minutes.

However, Notts rallied and against the odds twice took the lead, but just couldn't do enough to secure all three points as 22 year old Moors winger Ryan Barnett somehow managed to convert a speculative half volley from 25 yards out to level the scores on 86 minutes.

Notts fans will be bemoaning the fact that Ian Burchnall's men couldn't hang on to what was a very tentative lead but when you look at the stats you do have to consider how the Magpies came away with a point, never mind all three.

Key match stats.

A quick look at the match stats above and it appeared to be a case of Neal Ardley doing an Ian Burchnall on Ian Burchnall!

Points needed and as it stands a top 7 finish looks a bit touch and go.

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Progress updated and for those of us that longed for some stability it seems we are getting our wish.

National League results tracker updated.

Goal segment chart: 37 Goals conceded in the league so far this season, 22 of those coming in the last 30 minutes.

Six game segments updated and 1 point from 1 this 6 game segment.

Player stats updated: Up until yesterday Matty Palmer hadn't missed a single minute of league football this season. Kyle Wootton now with the most appearances and minutes.

As usual this is the new table that is also available to view on the player stats page of the website here. There will also be separate tables for the two cup competitions.

Goals and assists chart. Rodrigues has now contributed to 23 goals in all competitions this season and is just 3 goals behind Wootton.

Also a special mention for Lacey who has netted twice in two games.

Goal scatter charts updated.

You can hover on the dots (tap if on a touch screen) to view details for each goal.

Expected goals and clear to see how open and attacking the game was. Solihull clearly on top but the penalty skews the data a bit by adding 0.76 to their tally. That said they were still good value regardless.

Match xG stats: . . . Hmmm.