Swindon vs Notts County Match Info
Match date: 4thMay 2019
Stadium: The County Ground, Swindon.
Swindon vs Notts County Head to Head Record
Last 3 meetings:
27 Oct 2018 Notts County 1 – 2 Swindon Town
30 Dec 2017 Swindon Town 1 – 0 Notts County
12 Sep 2017 Notts County 1 – 0 Swindon Town
Matches played: 27
Swindon wins: 13
Notts County wins: 9
Swindon vs Notts County Stats
- Swindon haven’t seen a win in six outings since early April
- Notts County beat Grimsby (2-1) last week to keep their survival hopes alive
- Robins snatched a 1-2 win at Meadow Lane this term, which was their fourth win in five head-to-head clashes
Swindon vs Notts County Match Preview
Notts County travel to Swindon on the final day of the League Two campaign still sitting in the relegation zone and two points behind 22nd placed Macclesfield, desperate to cause an upset at the County Ground and make a last-ditch effort in a battle to secure survival.
Magpies have bagged four points in their last two outings and kept up with the Stags, as they held Crawley Town to a 1-1 draw on the road and beat Grimsby 2-1 at home, with goals from Craig Mackail-Smith and Harry Clifton (OG). They will now want to keep it up and hope for a slip-up on Macclesfield’s end, which promises them very motivated on Saturday.
Swindon have less to play for since falling well behind the top 7 amid a troubled spell of form, where they failed to earn a win in any of their last six outings. Thriller losses to Crewe Alexandra (1-2) and Cheltenham (3-2) in their last two only ended a streak of four consecutive draws, which surely has them far from their best mood.
Robins had troubles keeping it together at the back especially in the first half on both of those occasions, as goals from Doughty, Robinson, and Richards proved nothing more but a consolation.
We will now stick with Notts County to capitalize on their woes too and going for the visitors to leave unbeaten with a Double Chance – Draw or Away win feels like more of a banker bet at 11/20 with bet365, as they have a lot more to play for on the day.
Still, we feel they’ll have to outgun the rivals to snatch anything from the fixture and with that in mind, we’re also going for a Yes on Both teams to score at 13/20 with Paddy Power – which also seems a safe approach as both score and concede many goals lately.
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