A look-ahead to Tuesday night's trip to Meadow Lane
Assistants: David Avent and Stuart Eagland
Fourth Official: Amy Fearn
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Definitely out for Reds are Lanre Oyebanjo and Gavin Tomlin as well as the suspended Gwion Edwards.
Matt Harrold (hamstring), Rhys Murphy (tonsillitis), Joe McNerney (knee) and Luke Rooney (broken nose) will all be assessed pre-match.
THE FORM GUIDE
Reds have a win and three draws in seven games so far while Notts County have won four, drawn one and lost five in League and Cup this season. Their latest outing saw them go down to two late AFC Wimbledon goals 2-1 on Saturday.
VIEW FROM THE BENCH
: "We've got a growing injury list but that cannot be used as an excuse. We have to perform better than we did on Saturday against Yeovil. I'm expecting a positive response and definitely believe we can go there and get a result."Mark Yates
Ricardo Moniz, Notts County manager (pictured): "We have two games coming up this week and the pressure (to get a result) is tremendous again. On Saturday we had too many players with reserved thoughts, we lack a winning mentality but we have an opportunity to put that right."
WE’VE MET BEFORE?
This will be the seventh meeting between the sides in our Football League era. Last season we beat Notts 2-0 at home but went down 5-3 at Meadow Lane. In the 2013-14 campaign both teams won their home fixtures 1-0 while in 2012-13 we drew 1-1 away and 0-0 at home with the Magpies.
LEAGUE TWO FIXTURES
FANCY A FLUTTER?
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COME ON YOU REDS!