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  1. Head to Head Notts have met Newport 50 times including both the old club and new club. Notts wins: 26 Draws: 10 Newport: 14 Notts first met The Exiles on October 18th, 1930 in which they came away from Somerton Park with a 3-2 win. Last season, Notts took four points from Newport with them dominating The Exiles at Meadow Lane 3-0, with a 0-0 draw at Rodney Parade in the return fixture. The six meetings between the two, since Notts came back into League Two, have seen Notts win three, Newport win two and there has been one draw. Stats Newport are unbeaten in their last four at home which extends back to last season. They are also unbeaten in their last three in all competitions and earned a good point away at table-topping Exeter on Saturday. Notts are still yet to pick up their first win and look very fragile. History Newport were founded in 1912 and the original club, dissolved in 1989 and were reformed in the same year, where they started in the Hellenic League. They were Welsh Cup winners in 1980 and this allowed them to qualify for the European Cup Winners Cup, where they got to the quarter-finals before losing 3-2 on aggregate over two legs to German side Carl Zeiss Jena. The Exiles’ biggest victory is a 10-0 win over Merthyr Town on April 10th 1930 in the Third Division South. Their biggest defeat is a 13-0 loss to Newcastle United on October 5 1946 in the Second Division. Their mascot is Spytty the Dog. They have played at numerous stadiums during their history: Somerton Park (1912-1989), Newport Stadium (1994-2012), Rodney Parade (2012-present). They have also had spells in Gloucester and Moreton-in-Marsh. Seasons in each tier of English Football. First Division: 0 Second Division: 1 Third Division: 40 Fourth Division: 24 Non-League: 29 Team News Andrew Crofts could be in line for a return for Newport whilst centre-back Mark O’Brien has recovered from an injury in pre-season. Robbie Willmott and David Pipe are injury doubts. Notts are without Matt Tootle (toe) and Ben Hall (groin) who are set to miss the game on Tuesday. Christian Oxlade-Chamberlain recently returned to training.
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    Guess the magpie

    Alan Smith
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    Daily chat thread - Monday 20th August

    Back hurts a bit. Got to get Lincoln tickets and coach travel
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    Share a funny picture

  5. Brisley. A shadow of the player he was last year. Same with Jones Thomas looks idle Too many to point out
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    How concerned are you about the slow start?

    Scared. Very. Seeing Notts do badly hurts me inside. I just want us to be successful like every other Notts fan. I thought this was the season. Hopes up yet again, but once again, it doesn't look like it will be. Unless a miracle happens
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    What would you change if you were Kevin Nolan?

    If not I would try and get Anel Ahmedhodzic on loan from Forest. CM/CB. 6'3
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    Daily chat thread - Sunday 19th August

    It's a Sunday. So it's gonna be a pretty boring and rubbish day
  9. ARLukomski

    Can we welcome our lastest member to the community..

    Welcome to PON @DonnyNotts
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    Prediction League Round 4

    Rotherham United 0-0 Hull City Swansea City 1-1 Leeds United Charlton Athletic 1-2 Peterborough United Rochdale 0-1 Barnsley Carlisle United 1-2 Port Vale (Joker) Morecambe 1-2 Northampton Town
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    We welcome the latest member

    Welcome to PON @Lynn MacLean
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    Match Discussion: Game 4 - The Exiles (A)

    I'm worried that Nolan doesn't see the midfield issues. Crofts will smash us in midfield. If Nolan says Vaughan and Husin can tackle, why don't they do it. Quick start needed. That has become mandatory in every game so far. Take the pressure off the defence.
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    What would you change if you were Kevin Nolan?

    I would sign Jamie Jones on loan from Preston for goalkeeper Bring Nedum Onuoha in on a free transfer. Been there done it. Quick centre back for this level. If Shackell went to Lincoln then we can do this Get Luke McCullouch on loan from Doncaster, put him in front of the back four and let him clobber people Also bring in Connor Wood on loan from Bradford as we need a left back who can defend
  14. Vlog of Notts County vs Yeovil Town from Meadow Lane Notts - Fitzsimons, Hewitt, Duffy, Brisley, Jones, Boldewijn, Vaughan, Husin, Thomas, Dennis, Hemmings Subs - Culverwell, Bird, Kellett, Hawkridge, Crawford, Alessandra, Stead Yeovil - Baxter, James, Sowunmi, Warren, Dickinson, McDonald, D'Almeida, Pattinson, Jaiyesimi, Fisher, Arquin Subs - Phillips, Mugabi, Clarke, Rogers, Gray, Henry, Santos Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCqx0w_0hcFAIKX_iI5o5nUw Follow me on Twitter: https://twitter.com/ARLukomski Follow Chris on Twitter: https://twitter.com/FMCJ10 Follow Pride of Nottingham on Twitter: https://twitter.com/PoN_UNCFS
  15. Notts County ensured that their fans would begin the weekend on the sourest of notes as Yeovil Town ran out 4-0 winners at Meadow Lane on Friday. The Magpies thought they had taken the lead early on when Nathan Thomas turned in at the back post but he was adjudged to have been in an offside position. Things then went very wrong very quick as Elliott Hewitt made a hash of a clearance which eventually led to Yoann Arquin crossing low for Alex Fisher to turn the ball in from close range. County then found themselves further behind just minutes later as Wes McDonald fed a low cross into the area for Fisher to grab his second. Fisher grabbed his hat-trick as he capitalised yet more shocking defending to guide in off the post in the second half, and there wasn't even the possibility of an ill-earned consolation as Kane Hemmings hit the woodwork from the penalty spot. And just to rub salt into the wounds, why not add a former Notts player scoring in front of his ex-fans? Step up Yoann Arquin to make it four. On the plus side, we do have the great ARLukomski with his first vlog of the League Two season (he's been on holibobs but is now back suffering along with the rest of us), so enjoy this vid! Share your thoughts about this video on Pride of Nottingham by signing up to the website, visiting the forum and joining in the chat with hundreds of fellow Notts County fans. Fancy showcasing your brand or business on Pride of Nottingham? Click here to find out more about sponsorship and advertising opportunities with us.

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