Notts have met Yeovil 18 times in their history.
Notts have only ever won once at Huish Park and that was in March 2005 (that was the first time Notts had played Yeovil at Huish Park). Since then Notts’ record away at The Glovers has been: Played 7, Won 0, Drew 3, Lost 4.
In those 7 games, Notts have only ever taken the lead in one.
Notts have won only 1 of their last 16 games and are currently on a 6-game winless run.
Yeovil have won only 2 of their last 19 games and have only won once this season (a 2-0 win over Stevenage). Before that, their last home win was in February 2018.
Yeovil’s record at Huish Park in league games in the past year (since January 18th, 2018) is: Played 23, Won 4, Drew 8, Lost 11.
Seasons in each division
Division One (or Prem): 0
Division Two (or Champ): 1
Division Three (or League One): 9
Division Four (or League Two): 5
Non-League: 97 (Yeovil were promoted to the Football League in 2002-03)
Head to Head stats and where they rank in the league
Goals Scored: Notts – 29 (joint 18th with Grimsby), Yeovil – 28 (joint 20th with Morecambe)
Goals conceded: Notts – 57 (1st), Yeovil – 32 (joint 17th with Bury)
Top Scorer: Notts – Kane Hemmings and Jon Stead (7), Yeovil – Alex Fisher (6)
Most Appearances: Notts – Ross Fitzsimons (27), Yeovil – Sessi D’Almeida (25)
Enzio Boldewijn has returned ahead of schedule from injury for Notts and may feature in Saturday’s game.
David Vaughan could return to the Notts side whilst Andy Kellett is touch and go.
Centre-back Omar Sowunmi will not be available for Saturday’s game, as he continues to recover from damaged ankle ligaments.
Yeovil will also be without midfielders Alex Pattison and James Bailey.
Matt Worthington will be in contention to start having recently signed from Bournemouth.