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Big Match Preview: Stevenage vs Notts County

29 March 2019

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Jim Steele

Stevenage host Notts County on Saturday 30th March 2019 in the latest Sky Bet League Two fixture...

  • What's On...

For a more comprehensive off-the-pitch guide to Saturday's Matchday, please click here to read out What's On guide.

  • Tickets…

Tickets at available online at borotickets.co.uk until 11am on Saturday or from the Ticket Office/Turnstiles at the following prices:

  Adult Concession* U18 U12 Family of 3 (1 Adult & 2 U12s)** Family of 4 (2 Adults & 2 U12s)**
East: £15 £15 £10 £5    
West: £22 £20 £15 £10  £30 £45
North: £22 £20 £15 £10 N/A N/A
South: £22 £20 £15 £10 N/A

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Please note that the Club Shop/Ticket Office is open from 12pm until kick-off whilst the Turnstiles are open from 1:45pm.

  • Onto the Game...

Stevenage are three games unbeaten but in need of victory if they are to apply pressure on the top seven. Currently seven points back, Dino Maamria has called upon his players to give everything they have got in-order to start racking up the victories, starting on Saturday.

Notts County are in desperate need of the points for much different reasons. Three points adrift from safety with just seven games to go, the pressure on Neal Ardley and his players is beginning to rack up. Click here for a more detailed look at Saturday's opponents.

  • Team News...

Ilias Chair is in danger of missing out after being forced off during the second half at Macclesfield with a knock. After coming back from injury at Moss Rose last Saturday, Danny Newton will be monitored today as he aims to make a home return.

Terence Vancooten has returned from International Duty and is eligible for selection whilst Mark McKee and Jamal Campbell-Ryce have both returned to training this week.

  • Officials... 

Referee: Andy Haines

Assistant Referee 1: Wayne Grunnill

Assistant Referee 2: Gary Taylor

Fourth Official: Ravel Cheosiaua

  • Boot in both camps…

There are just two players currently playing for either side that has played for the other - Luther James-Wildin and Jamal Campbell-Ryce.

Wildin signed with Notts at the age of 16 and after a two year scholarship, was rewarded with a first professional contract. Wildin failed to make a First Team appearance for the Magpies and instead joined Grantham Town on loan before signing for Nuneaton Town where he was first introduced to Dino Maamria.

Campbell-Ryce played for the Magpies between 2012-2014 where he made 79 appearances, scoring 11 goals. After signing for Sheffield United following the expiration of his contract, JCR was soon back at Meadow Lane after agreeing an emergency loan move towards the end of the following season.

  • Previous Meetings...

Played: 14 | Won: 5 | Drawn: 3 | Lost: 6

Last Game: Notts County 3-3 Stevenage | Saturday 15th September 2018

Stevenage are looking to level matters on the all-time record with victory over the Magpies on Saturday. 

  • Online coverage...

Live match commentary will be available for UK iFollow subscribers so make sure you sign up to listen to every game. If you are based outside of the UK & Ireland, you can stream the game LIVE! 

Make sure you are following our Twitter account throughout the day as we bring you the very latest from the Lamex Stadium.

iFollow subscribers will also be able to access full match highlights along with all the post-match reaction on Sunday.

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Match Reports

REPORT: Stevenage 0-3 Notts County

30 March 2019

Sponsored by

Jim Steele

Stevenage were humbled at home on Saturday afternoon as Notts County put three past Maamria’s men with no reply...

A goal conceded inside the first minute set the tone as the Magpies soared into a 3-0 lead at half-time, which they were able to see out during the second half to boost their Sky Bet League Two survival chances.

Dino Maamria named two changes to the side that drew at Macclesfield six days prior, bringing in Arthur Iontton and Danny Newton for Michael Timlin and Kurtis Guthrie.

Supporters had barely had the chance to sit down and take to their seats by the time County took the lead. Jim O’Brien unleashing an ambitious effort after just 40 seconds that took a cruel deflection to wrong-foot Farman in goal.

With 20 minutes played, Notts doubled their advantage. Kane Hemmings latching onto a looped ball in-behind the defence before finishing with style. Danny Newton headed wide soon after in what turned out to be a pivotal moment in the afternoon’s proceedings.

In need of a change, Sonupe replaced Makasi but just before two minutes oof added time was shown, Boldewijn made it three with an arrowed finish into the near post following good work from John Stead to hold the ball up before waiting for support. A fitting way to end a nightmare first half.

Stevenage came out with the added urgency you could expect for a side facing a three-goal deficit as they threw everything at the Notts County back-line. Ball after ball was whipped across Duffy’s defence to no avail as a mixture of bad luck and decision-making saw Boro come out of their best spell of the game with nothing to show for it.

Ilias Chair brought about a brilliant save from Schofield on 70 minutes, the first real action that the Notts goalkeeper was called upon to that point as the QPR loanee fired for the top corner from the edge of the box. Chances continued to prove difficult to create and as the game drew towards a conclusion, it became clear that it just wasn't going to be Stevenage's day.

In the end, neither side were able to add to the scoreline as Stevenage must now plot a return to winning ways at Blundell Park next weekend.

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