Notts County: Six of the best in record 22-game unbeaten away run
1. 4-3 win v Wycombe Wanderers, Saturday, April 28, 2012
One word – unforgettable.
The Magpies' play-off hopes looked to be all over in their final away game of last game as they trailed 3-2 at Wycombe with a minute left, but on-loan Dele Adebola equalised and then Alan Judge struck a winner deep into injury time.
2. 4-2 win v Charlton, Saturday, March 10, 2012
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Their best win of the lot.
Charlton went onto win the League One title, but not before Notts gave them a good beating at The Valley.
On-loan striker Jonathan Forte hit a 23-minute hat-trick in the first half, after Alan Judge had fired the Magpies 1-0 ahead.
3. 4-0 win v Carlisle, Saturday, October 13, 2012
The biggest win of the entire 11-month unbeaten run.
Notts ripped Carlisle apart for 90 minutes and could have scored more than four.
Francois Zoko scored a cracker against his former club in the romp and the run went on and on – just like the M6 to Carlisle.
4. 1-1 draw v MK Dons, Tuesday, September 18, 2012
It was the night Notts set a new club record of 11 away league games unbeaten.
Captain Neal Bishop scored his best-ever goal for the club against the Dons, smashing a right-footed shot into the back of the net from 25 yards.
They should have won, but had to settle for a draw, after MK sub Jay O'Shea equalised in the second half.
5. 1-1 draw v Sheffield United, Saturday, September 29, 2012
Striker Lee Hughes was the Magpies' super sub at Bramall Lane – but No.1 Bartosz Bialkowski was the hero.
The Pole was beaten by Dave Kitson, but then made a string of super saves to deny the Blades before Hughes came off the bench and scored a late leveller.
6. 0-0 draw v Preston, Tuesday, November 20, 2012
Notts were in deep trouble at times at Deepdale – but they still dug out a goal-less draw without parking their team bus in front of their goal.
Preston boss Graham Westley said stupidly said that is what they do in away games.
But they didn't need to because goalkeeper Bartosz Bialkowski was in good form and defenders Gary Liddle and Carl Regan made goal-line clearances as the Magpies went 19 games unbeaten on the road.