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      • (9') K. Wootton
      • (43') C. Lemonheigh-Evans
      • (62') K. Wootton
      • (79') A. Sarcevic
      • (17') S. Whalley
      • (77') J. Nolan
      • (27') K. Knoyle
      • (44') L. Barry
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      • (56') S. Conneely
      • (80') B. Hills
      • (87') L. Shipley

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          Stockport County vs Accrington Stanley Preview, Tips & Stats

          Edgeley Park hosts Stockport County and Accrington Stanley this Saturday in League Two. Stockport have already clinched the title and will be looking to grab the biggest points haul possible this season, whereas Accrington look to put some more room between themselves and the relegation zone.

          Stockport currently sit top of the League Two table after 44 games. The Hatters have 26 wins, 11 draws and seven losses, leaving them on 89 points, seven points above Mansfield Town.

          In their last five games in all competitions, Stockport have five wins.

          Stockport only registered two shots on target against Wimbledon and left it late to score. Odin Bailey found the back of the net in the 85th minute to give Stockport the 1 - 0 win over Wimbledon, who themselves failed to register a shot on target. Paddy Madden was the main man for Stockport against Sutton United. A first half hat-trick for Madden saw Stockport win 3 - 1, with Charlie Lakin converting a penalty for Sutton.

          Nick Powell gave Stockport the lead just after the 30 minute mark but Cameron McGeehan equalised for Colchester on the stroke of halftime. However, yet again, Madden was on the scoresheet for Stockport, finding the back of the net just after the hour mark to give Stockport the 2 - 1 win. Isaac Olaofe opened the scoring in the eighth minute to give Stockport the lead over Morecambe and Fraser Horsfall doubled the lead in the first half added time. Morecambe had just one shot that wasn’t on target as Stockport secured a 2 - 0 win and promotion.

          The last time out for Stockport was against Notts County. Another first half hat-trick from Madden along with goals from Antoni Sarcevic and Ethan Pye gave Stockport the 5 - 2 win, with Macaulay Langstaff and Daniel Crowley on the scoresheet for Notts County.

          Accrington Stanley, on the other hand, currently sit 18th in League One. In 44 games, Accrington have 15 wins, nine draws and 20 losses which leaves them on 54 points, ten points above the relegation zone.

          In their last five games in all competitions, Accrington have one win, one draw and three losses.

          After a goalless first half, Nelson Khumbeni and Chris Stokes both scored to give Morecambe the 2 - 0 lead just after the hour mark. Lewis Shipley did get on the scoresheet for Accrington but only in the 89th minute, too late for the full comeback as Morecambe held on for the 2 - 1 win. The visit from Crewe Alexandra saw both sides only manage two shots on target. Neither side converted either of their chances and played out a 0 - 0 draw.

          Bryn Morris gave Newport the lead in the 13th minute but Alex Henderson equalised for Accrington before halftime. Tommy Leigh and Joe Pritchard both scored in the second half to give Accrington the 3- 1 win over ten-man Newport who had Adam Lewis sent off in extra time. The trip to Doncaster saw Accrington taken apart. With just two shots on target for Accrington, Hakeeb Adelakun, Joe Ironside, James Maxwell and Owen Bailey all scored in the 4 - 0 win for Doncaster.

          The most recent outing for Accrington was against Mansfield Town. Leigh did score late for Accrington but goals from George Maris and Stephen Quinn gave Mansfield the 2 - 1 win.

          Stockport and Accrington Stanley have met seven times in their histories, the first meeting coming back in 2006. Stockport have the better record in the fixture with four wins in comparison to Accrington’s one win, the other two games ending in a draw.

          Stockport County Team News

          Dave Challinor could be missing Ryan Rydel this weekend.

          Accrington Stanley Team News

          John Doolan could be without Sean McConville this weekend.