Lessons learned from Barnet shown as Luke Williams anticipates Notts County trip to Altrincham

Luke Williams has highlighted the importance of his team learning lessons from their second half performance against Barnet which resulted in their dominating display over Scunthorpe at the weekend.

The Magpies cruised to a comfortable 4–0 win against the Iron at Meadow Lane, with Macaulay Langstaff taking his campaign total to 39 goals, equaling a 93-year-old club record for most goals in a league campaign.

A win for Notts at J. Davidson Stadium tomorrow night will see them reclaim top spot from Wrexham having played two more games than Phil Parkinson’s side.

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Williams regarded his team’s first-half performance at The Hive Stadium as one of the best he had witnessed from his players this season, but he shook off a set piece right at half time that saw the points shared at the North London despite having several opportunities. In the second half.

And the Notts head coach explained that in the build-up to his team’s win over the Iron, the courage to gauge their second-half display proved instrumental in another strong performance from their side.

“I felt like they played the game until we conceded the goal, they played it in a way that showed me they were totally focused on the moment and playing the game in front of them.”

“We try to learn lessons from the second 45 minutes, and we have to remember that Barnet are very good, they are fifth in the league, so we showed a weakness and they pounced on it.

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