Notts County vs York by Hassy
Attacking midfielder Jack Barmby could be given an immediate debut having arrived on loan from Leicester City. Defender Taylor McKenzie, midfielder Rob Milson and striker Ronan Murray remain sidelined, while winger Kyle De Silva misses out with a thigh muscle injury.
York City make their first league visit to Notts County in sixteen years this weekend, hoping to extend their current unbeaten run to four matches. The Minstermen will also be keen to maintain a recent improved scoring return that has brought them seven goals in their latest three games and six different marksmen. York City proved that they have goals in the team last week when they were 0-2 down at home to Carlisle and had striker Vadine Oliver sent off but still managed to come back to 2-2 and took a valuable point from the game. The Minstermen are without striker Vadaine Oliver, who begins a three-match suspension, while fellow forward Jake Hyde (hernia operation) remains sidelined. Otherwise, Michael Coulson and George Swan could both feature for the reserves against Hartlepool United next week.
Both teams have seen their last four games to go over 2.5 goals and they have either scored or conceded a combined 32 goals in their 8 games. The last 20 Notts County home matches have produced an average of 2.65 goals per game. Also County, in their last 20 home matches against teams positioned in the bottom half of the table, have scored 1.9 goals per game and conceded 1.2 goals per game on average. Both teams have scored in all but two games in matches featuring Notts County this season. These two games were the first team games of the season and I definitely expect this pattern of goals, goals and more goals to continue come 3pm.
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|Over 2.5 Goals||Bet365||2.02||9||1-0 LOST (-9 units)|
* Odds as of post published time and are subject to change.