A look at a variety of stats from the 2012.13 npower League 1 campaign…
Notts averaged 1.41 points per game, with an average of 1.32 goals scored and 1.06 conceded per league match.
Of the 15 clean sheets kept, the team won 11 and drew four times.
The Magpies’ defence has improved on the 2011.12 effort, having conceded 14 less goals.
County also lost two games less than the previous season, with 13 defeats as opposed to 15 in 2011.12.
Notts recorded 17 draws – seven more than the 2011.12 season.
The Magpies finished both seasons on +12 goal difference.
County had the seventh best away record in the league, with the fifth best attacking team away from Meadow Lane.
Meanwhile the team ranked third in the defensive standings away from home, based on goals conceded, with a 39% clean sheet ratio.
The most common scoreline this season was a 1-1 draw, which happened on eight occasions (17%).
Notts’ best month was September where 12 points were accumulated.
The team’s scored first on 24 occasions and won 15 of those games, whereas six ended in a draw and three in defeat.
When the opposition netted the opener, the Magpies won once, drew seven and lost 10.
On the nine occasions that County failed to score, four points were gained.
Notts gained 13 points from losing positions – the ninth best in the division – but dropped 23 points from winning positions – the 21st best in the division.
Against sides in the top half of the league, the Magpies claimed 17 points.
Against teams in the bottom half of the table, County took 48 points – the second best in the division.
Based on first half showings only, Notts would have ended the season in ninth place but 11th when only second half displays are taken into account.
County scored more goals between the 55th and 60th minute than at any other point (nine) in all competitions.
No goals were netted between the fifth and 10th minute or after the 90.
Most of the goals conceded came in the five minutes before half time, though none were let in between the 30th and 35th minute mark.
Notts used 37 players throughout the season, 18 of which registered themselves on the scoresheet.
None featured more times than Gary Liddle, who played over 4,140 minutes in the league – excluding added time.
Midfielder Alan Judge had the most shots on target (49) and off target (50) this season.
Judge also finished with the most assists (12).
Yoann Arquin hit the woodwork the more times than any other County player (three times).
The average attendance at Meadow Lane was 5,521, with an average of 624 away fans (11.3%).
Away from Meadow Lane, the average attendance at County matches was 6,383, of which an average of 558 Magpies supporters (8.7%) made up the total crowd.