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22 July 2017 Venue Meadow Lane Attendance 1,570 Referee James Adcock

Kick off 15:00

Notts County
1 - 2
2nd Half
Wigan Athletic

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4-4-2
  • 1
    Adam Collin
    GK
  • 2
    Matt Tootle
    DF
  • 3
    Dan Jones
    DF
  • 4
    Elliott Hewitt
    MF
  • 5
    Richard Duffy (C)
    DF
  • 6
    Haydn Hollis
    DF
  • 7
    Lewis Alessandra
    FW
  • 8
    Liam Walker
    MF
  • 9
    Shola Ameobi
    FW
  • 10
    Jon Stead
    FW
  • 11
    Terry Hawkridge
    MF

Substitutes

  • 13
    Ross Fitzsimons
    SUB
  • 12
    Jorge Grant
    SUB
  • 14
    Jonathan Forte
    SUB
  • 15
    Rob Milson
    SUB
  • 16
    Carl Dickinson
    SUB
  • 17
    Alan Smith
    SUB

Manager

  • -
    Kevin Nolan

4-2-3-1
  • 1
    Christian Walton
    GK
  • 2
    Nathan Byrne
    DF
  • 4
    David Perkins (C)
    DF
  • 5
    Sam Morsy
    MF
  • 7
    Alex Gilbey
    MF
  • 10
    Omar Bogle
    FW
  • 11
    Gavin Massey
    MF
  • 15
    Jordan Flores
    MF
  • 17
    Michael Jacobs
    MF
  • 22
    Chey Dunkley
    DF
  • 33
    Dan Burn
    DF

Substitutes

  • 14
    Josh Laurent
    SUB
  • 21
    Terell Thomas
    SUB
  • 24
    Noel Hunt (Trialist)
    SUB
  • 35
    Luke Burgess
    SUB
  • 36
    Chris Merrie
    SUB
  • 39
    Callum Lang
    SUB

Manager

  • -
    Paul Cook

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Match Previews

PREVIEW: NOTTS COUNTY V LATICS

21 July 2017

Latics head to Meadow Lane on Saturday for penultimate pre-season friendly.

  • Match Preview: Notts County v Wigan Athletic
  • Latics take on Kevin Nolan’s League Two side at Meadow Lane.
  • Kick-off 3pm, tickets available on the day – Adults £12, Concessions £9, Under 18s £4 and Under 12s £1.

Wigan Athletic head to Notts County on Saturday afternoon (kick-off 3:00pm) for their penultimate 2017-18 pre-season campaign as Paul Cook’s side look to register a first win of the manager’s tenure.

NOTTS COUNTY

Notts County play at Meadow Lane Stadium, a short trip over the River Trent from Nottingham Forest and Trent Bridge Cricket Stadium.

County will play a third consecutive season in League Two this campaign after their relegation in 2014-15.

Recognised as the oldest professional football club currently playing league football, the Magpies haven’t played in the top two tiers in over two decades but now see a bright future under the ownership of Alan Hardy, a local businessman who purchased the club in January from Ray Trew.

Hardy appointed former Bolton Wanderers midfielder Kevin Nolan as manager following his appointment.

Notts County Manager Kevin Nolan

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Kevin Nolan was appointed Notts County manager in January.

So far in pre-season, Nolan’s side have beat a Rolls Royce Select XI and Basford United, before losing 2-0 at home to rivals Nottingham Forest on Saturday.

OUR RECORD AT MEADOW LANE

Latics have played on 15 occasions at Meadow Lane in competitive action, splitting their results at Notts County evenly five wins, draws and defeats.

On our last visit seven years ago, Ben Watson scored a late leveller to earn an FA Cup Fourth Round replay at the DW before Roberto Martinez’s side lost 2-0 on their own patch.

Ben Watson levels for Latics at Meadow Lane in the 2010 FA Cup.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 




Ben Watson levels for Latics at Meadow Lane in our 2010 FA Cup tie against the Magpies.

Prior to that match, we’d not been to Meadow Lane for a further eight years. The previous visit coming in the 2002-03 LDV Vans Trophy when a double from Gary Teale gave us a 3-2 First Round win.

Gary Teale scores at Notts County in the 2002-03 LDV Vans Trophy

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Gary Teale scores at Notts County in the 2002-03 LDV Vans Trophy.

AWAY SUPPORTER INFO

Notts County’s stadium is situated at Meadow Lane, Nottingham, NG2 3HJ, and the Jimmy Sirrel Stand allocated to visiting away fans’.  It is accessed via turnstiles on County Road.  Entry is by ticket only and any fans arriving at the ground without a ticket should first go to the ticket office, which is situated on Meadow Lane, to purchase their tickets.

Car Parking

There are a limited number of on-street parking spaces on the roads around the ground – all have to be paid using the Ringo telephone booking service. Details are displayed on adjacent (lamp) posts. Next to the ground, to the rear of the Jimmy Sirrel stand, there is parking available in the Cattle Market and there are also private, manned, parking sites on Meadow Lane - all ‘pay at the gate’. Parking charges currently average £4.00 per vehicle.

Pre-match eating and drinking venues
Close to the ground, on London Road, Hooters (NG2 3AS) is a popular pre-match venue with football fans. Slightly further away from Meadow Lane, across Trent Bridge and on Radcliffe Road is the famous Trent Bridge Inn, a JD Wetherspoons pub on the corner of Trent Bridge Cricket Ground (NG2 6AA). The Broken Wheel-barrow at the back of the stand on Meadow Lane is not available to visiting supporters.

Disabled facilities for visiting fans
Car parking for away disabled supporters is situated in the Meadow Lane car park which is 25 meters from the Jimmy Sirrel Stand. The club has designated areas for disabled persons. For details, contact the Nott County ticket office on 0115 955 7210. Information regarding ground accessibility and much more can be found on the Notts County club website here.

Catering
Hot and cold food and drinks (both alcoholic and non-alcoholic) can be purchased from the outlets in the concourse of the Jimmy Sirrel visitors’ stand. Matchday programmes are sold by sellers around and inside the ground. They are also on sale in the Club Shop on Meadow Lane, where a range of football memorabilia and apparel is on sale.

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Match Reports

REPORT: NOTTS COUNTY 1 – 2 LATICS

22 July 2017

Latics record first pre-season win as young forward Callum Lang grabs a goal and an assist.

  • Match Report: Notts County 1 – 2 Latics
  • Callum Lang grabs a 69th minute winner after Richard Duffy own goal levelled in the second-half for Latics.
  • Lewis Alessadra had given the hosts a first-half lead.

Wigan Athletic record their first win of pre-season as Callum Lang fired home a 69th minute winner at Meadow Lane against League Two Notts County.

Lang’s special moment came after Richard Duffy’s own goal from the academy graduate’s cross had cancelled out Lewis Alessandra’s first-half opener for the Magpies.

A Latics side captained by David Perkins started brightly with Michael Jacobs going through on goal before being brought down by Duffy as he entered the penalty area. A controversial early moment but referee James Adcock wasn’t interested.

Omar Bogle and Gavin Massey both headed wide before the hosts took the lead; Alessandra finishing powerfully at the far post beyond Christian Walton after a good ball from Terry Hawkridge.

Jacobs was again the beneficiary of another golden chance after Alex Gilbey had an effort saved by Adam Collin; the Latics forward heading over after a lovely deep cross from Sam Morsy.

As half-time approached, Omar Bogle was unfortunate not to be awarded a penalty after beating his man on the right of the box and then being brought down as he looked to pull the trigger at the near post.

The Magpies then had an early second-half goal disallowed for a foul by Shola Ameobi on Jordan Flores as the former Newcastle man headed in at the back post.

Following a flurry of substitutions around the hour mark, Latics levelled as Lang broke in down the right and crossed for Jacobs, who was beaten to the ball by Duffy, who could only watch as he beat his own keeper Collin.

Five minutes later and Latics were ahead as Lang powerfully finished at the back post after a cross from trialist Noel Hunt – a great moment for the academy graduate and he celebrated with good friend Luke Burgess and Jacobs.

Lang was full of confidence and shot from range moments later before Paul Cook and his side were thankful to goalkeeper Walton, who produced two smart stops to deny Matt Tootle in the closing stages.

Latics: Walton; N. Byrne, Perkins (C) (Merrie 75), Burn, Dunkley (Thomas 63); Morsy (Laurent 63), Flores; Jacobs, Gilbey (Lang 63), Massey (Burgess 63); Bogle (Hunt 63).
Subs not used: Evans.

Notts County: Collin; Tootle, Jones (Dickinson 70), Hollis, Duffy; Hewitt (Grant 70), Walker (Milson 70), Hawkridge (Forte 70); Alessandra, Stead (Smith 70), Ameobi.
Subs not used: Fitzsimons.

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Ticket News

TICKET NEWS: NOTTS COUNTY AWAY

20 July 2017

Tickets for our pre-season friendly at Meadow Lane go on sale Tuesday 4 July.

  • Latics play Notts County in a pre-season friendly on Saturday 22 July.
  • Match tickets on general sale Tuesday 4 July.
  • £2 price increase on the day, available from Meadow Lane Ticket Office.
  • No away cash turnstiles on the day, only club Ticket Office.
  • Supporters urged to buy in advance to avoid price increase and potential queuing.

NOTTS COUNTY v. WIGAN ATHLETIC
MEADOW LANE
PRE-SEASON FRIENDLY
SATURDAY 22 JULY
KICK-OFF 3.00pm  

Match tickets for the pre-season friendly at Notts County on Saturday 22 July are on general sale to registered supporters of Wigan Athletic with a previous booking history for fixtures at the DW Stadium.

Supporters are urged to purchase in advance to avoid a £2 on the day increase (adults only) and potential queuing as Notts County do not operate any cash turnstiles, with tickets only available on the day from the Meadow Lane ticket office.

Advance match tickets will be on sale online until 4.30pm on Tuesday 19 July and through the DW Stadium Ticket Office until 4.00pm on Friday 28 July.

BUY TICKETS ONLINE HERE.

PRICES: JIMMY SIRREL STAND UPPER (ALONG THE SIDE OF THE PITCH)
Adults: Advance £10, on the day £12
Over 60s/18-21s: Advance £7, on the day £9
Under 18s: £4 (no increase on the day)
Under 12s: £1*(no increase on the day)
Under 7s: FREE* (no increase on the day)
*Must be accompanied by a full paying Adult

Ambulant/Disabled - Same as relevant age (includes free carer if eligible)

Tickets will be available to purchase online here*, on the Credit Card Hotline 0871 66 33 552 ** or in person at the DW Stadium Ticket Office.

*When purchasing online there is a £2.00 booking fee.

**Calls cost 10 pence per minute from a BT Landline. Calls from other networks and mobiles may cost more.

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