Notts County vs Bradford Prediction: Langstaff to score again

 | November 17 | 

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Notts County take on Bradford City at Meadow Lane in League Two on Saturday afternoon (12:30) as the hosts look to close the gap on the automatic promotion spots.

Here are some of the standout markets available for this fourth tier clash.

Notts County vs Bradford Betting Tips

  • Macaulay Langstaff to score anytime - 6/5
  • Notts County and both teams to score - 9/4

Match Odds

Notts County are 5/6 to win this fixture. You can back a draw at 5/2, while Bradford are valued at 13/5 to come away with the three points.

Both teams to score in this one is 4/7. Over 2.5 goals is priced at 8/13.

Team News

Midfielder Matt Palmer will not feature for Notts County for the rest of the season after sustaining a serious knee injury against Wrexham last month.

Bradford have no fresh injury concerns heading into the weekend.

Macaulay Langstaff to score anytime @ 6/5

After scoring a stunning 42 goals in 47 appearances in the National League last term, Notts County frontman Macaulay Langstaff has taken to League Two like a duck to water. The forward has 11 goals in 17 outings in the fourth tier and he will embrace another opportunity to add to his tally this weekend against the Bantams.

Only two players in the division have scored more goals than him this season and he will be eager to catch up to his rivals by netting against Bradford on Saturday. He is one of the best attacking talents in the league and we are expecting him to show it when he takes to the field at Meadow Lane over the weekend.

Notts County and both teams to score @ 9/4

The home side have won nine of their 17 fixtures in League Two in 2023-24, and they will look to make it 18 against Bradford over the weekend. They are currently two points off the automatic promotion spots so there is an extra incentive for them to pick up three points in this one.

The Magpies have a lot of quality in their side, but Bradford have quality of their own. While this season hasn't quite gone to plan so far for the Bantams, they do have a squad that realistically should be challenging towards the top end of the table.

They are currently a work in progress under new boss Graham Alexander but Notts County might still be too much for them at this moment in time.

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