Stat Pack: Notts County vs Swindon Town

Form Guide…

7th placed Swindon Town are four points behind Peterborough United with two games remaining. With Peterborough having a five goal advantage in goal-difference Town must reply on the Posh securing one point from their remaining games if they are to stand any chance in a play-off finish.

In the League One form guide, Swindon are 2nd with five wins and one defeat. Town have won six of their previous seven games in League One. With goal-difference the key for the hunt for 6th position, Town need to improve on their current running run during which they’ve not scored more than two goals in the games.

Away from the County Ground, Swindon are 10th in the form guide with two wins, two draws and two defeats.

In games against the current sides in the relegation zone, Town haven’t scored or beaten these sides away this season.

In each of the previous seven games in which Swindon have opened the scoring, Town have won the game.

21st placed Notts County are in a relegation scrap with two games remaining and a point adrift of Crewe. County won their previous game 1-0 at Crawley Town and are 6th in the form guide with four wins and two defeats.

The Magpies have won their last four games as hosts.

Swindon-Town-FC.co.uk Head-to-Head…

In all League, FA Cup and Football League competitions, Town have faced Notts County on 61 occasions, winning 26, drawing 12 and defeated 23 times; scoring 87 and conceding 77.

At Nottingham, Swindon have a record of 6 wins, 6 draws and 17 defeats, scoring 22 and conceding 46.

Swindon beat Notts County 2-0 at the County Ground earlier this season.

Town haven’t won in this fixture at Meadow Lane for four meetings.

Town’s last victory was a 2-1 win in a League One meeting in 2004 with goals from Howard and Mooney.

The Stats…

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Prediction

I’m hopeful we’ll keep our good run going and will take the fight for 6th down to the last game…

Final-score: Notts County 2-3 Swindon Town

Come on You Reds!

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