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Match Highlights: Notts County see out League Two season with Luton Town draw


Joe Jones

Notts County's regular League Two season has ended with a goalless draw against Luton Town at Meadow Lane on Saturday.

The Magpies, who had sealed a playoff place but could not go any higher than third following the loss to Grimsby Town, played out a bright game against their promoted opponents.

Neither side could break the deadlock, however, in a game that had an end-of-season team and with neither side having anything much to play for, except for where Notts would finish in the playoff positions.

As it was, Kevin Nolan's charges finished fifth in the table and would find themselves up against sixth-placed Coventry City - the side that beat them 3-0 in the season opener - in the semi-finals.

Here is how the game panned out, with Notts County's official YouTube match highlights.

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According to the BBC Notts had six shots and I do believe they were on the same pitch as Luton for the whole game but the SKY video shows the BBC are wrong - only one team had possession of the ball the whole ninety minutes and only one team had shots on goal.

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