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  1. Sky Sports twice tipped Notts County for the League Two title over the course of the season, which we have discussed on the forum. With just eight games left, they've downgraded their prediction in what I would assume is the last predictor of the season, and the Magpies are now tipped to finish fifth. This is what they say: The stats-based Sky Sports Predictor is tipping Accrington to go on to win Sky Bet League Two this season. Accrington's incredible rise has seen them jump above long-time leaders Luton at the top of the table, and the predictor is backing them to go on t
  2. An entertaining and informative interview from Sky Sports with Notts County veterans Jon Stead and Shola Ameobi, alas not-very-affectionately named "The Old Guys"... The Old Guys: Jon Stead and Shola Ameobi Q&A Jon Stead and Shola Ameobi may be well into the twilight of their careers, but both are still going strong for Notts County as they push for promotion in League Two. Ahead of their FA Cup clash with Swansea on Saturday, Stead, 34, and Ameobi, 36, sat down with Soccer Saturday to discuss their motivations to keep playing, their proudest moments and more... What mo
  3. Sky Sports has officially tipped Notts County to win the League Two title this season! They've run all of the teams through "a system called Elo, originally set up to rate chess players. It takes into account form, who your team still has left to play, and how well a team has done in previous seasons." This is how the Sky Sports Predictor see the final L2 table: What do you reckon? Personally I think it's flattering to be held in such esteem by the biggest sports outlet in the world... but at the same time, let's hope there's no "Manager of the Month" type curse at pla
  4. Kevin Nolan was on Sky Sports last night having a go at match punditry. Did anyone tune in and if you did, what did you think of how he did? Found a couple of clips on Twitter of him if you fancy having a look.
  5. This week, the biggest sports news company in the world officially backed Notts County to win the League Two title. The Sky Sports League Two Predictor believes that the Magpies will finish top of the standings ahead of the likes of Luton Town, Coventry City and the other big sides in the division. My initial reaction was yet again to pinch myself, as the 2017-18 League Two campaign really has been something much different than previous seasons and it’s something which I hope isn’t just the start – I hope it’s the beginning for more to come. It also seems like Notts might be tur

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