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Bradford City vs Notts County Preview, Tips & Stats

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            Bradford City vs Notts County Preview, Tips & Stats

            Bradford City host Notts County at the Northern Commercials Stadium this Saturday in League Two. Both sides sit in the bottom half of the table and look to make the leap into the top half of the table.

            Bradford currently sit 16th in League Two after 33 games. The Bantams have 12 wins, ten draws and 11 losses, leaving them on 46 points, two points from the top half of the table.

            In their last five games in all competitions, Bradford have three wins, one draw and one loss.

            Bradford managed to restrict Wimbledon to just one shot on target, however, they only registered three shots on target as both sides had to settle for the 0 - 0 draw. The next time out for Bradford saw The Bantams back on the scoresheet with Andy Cook scoring the only goal of the game in the 90th minute to give Bradford the 1 - 0 win over Wrexham.

            Despite having just 28% of the possession, Matthew Platt, Calum Kavanaugh, Cook and Clarke Oduor all scored in the 4 - 0 win for Bradford over MK Dons. Kavanaugh was on the scoresheet again for Bradford, scoring the only goal of the game just ten minutes into the second half in the 1 - 0 win over Sutton United, who had only three shots on target.

            The last time out for Bradford was the Semi-final of the Football League Trophy against League One Wycombe. Bradford had 60% of the possession and seven shots on target, but a 91st minute goal from Matt Butcher gave Wycombe the 1 - 0 win and the spot in the Final.

            Notts County sit just above Bradford in 14th in League Two. In 34 games, Notts County have 14 wins, five draws and 15 losses which leaves them on 47 points, one point from the top half of the table.

            In their last five games in all competitions, Notts County have one win, and four losses.

            Notts County took the lead against Gillingham early on through Daniel Crowley. However, Oliver Hawkins and Max Clark both scored to give Gillingham the 2 - 1 lead at halftime and a goal from Conor Masterson secured the 3 - 1 win over Notts County, despite having just 27% of the possession. Notts County bounced back the next time out against Newport. A brace from Macaulay Langstaff and a goal from David McGoldrick gave Notts County the 3 - 0 lead, and even with a 90th minute penalty from Will Evans, Notts County grabbed a 3 - 1 win.

            Steven Fletcher scored the only goal of the game in the 20th minute to give Wrexham the 1 - 0 win over Notts County, despite The Magpies having 74% of the possession. An early goal from Mickey Demetriou and a penalty from Elliott Nevitt gave Crewe the 2 - 0 lead at halftime, and Josh Austerfield grabbed a third in the second half. Jim O’Brien did grab a goal from Notts County, but The Magpies still slumped to a 3 - 1 loss.

            The most recent outing for Notts County was against Sutton United. Notts County were on the scoresheet through a penalty from Langstaff and a brace from Daniel Crowley, but goals from Ryan Jackson, Harry Smith, Oliver Sanderson and Charlie Lakin gave Sutton the 4 - 3 win.

            Bradford and Notts County have met 68 times in their histories, with the first meeting coming back in 1908. Not much separates the two sides, with Notts County having 29 wins in comparison to Bradford’s 23 wins, the other 16 games ending in a draw.

            Bradford City Team News

            Graham Alexander will be without Richard Smallwood, Daniel Oyegoke and Alex Pattison this weekend.

            Notts County Team News

            Stuart Maynard could be without Geraldo Bajrami, Cedwyn Scott and Matt Palmer this weekend.