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Coventry to win –

Coventry finished the season with a pragmatic 0-0 draw against Morecambe, but hammered Cheltenham 6-1 in their previous game and had won three of their previous four.

Notts County have won just two of their last 11 on the road.

Marc McNulty to score anytime –

McNulty finished the regular campaign second in the top-scorer standings with 23, two behind Accrington’s Billy Kee.

The Coventry forward netted five in his final four matches of the season, including a hat-trick in their penultimate game against Cheltenham.

Over 2.5 goals –

There had been 17 goals in Coventry’s three games prior to that stalemate with Morecambe, with three or more goals being scored in nine of their last 11 matches.

Notts County’s games have been similarly exciting, with over 2.5 goals in four of their last five.

Goal to be score between 76-90 minutes –

Two of the three goals scored when these sides met in April came after the 76th minute.

Notts County have continued to struggle to keep them out late on and have conceded 90th-minute goals in two of their last three.