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Jamie Proctor's header on the stroke of half-time secured Fleetwood their second successive win in League One with a 1-0 victory over Notts County at Meadow Lane.

In a game of few clear-cut chances, Proctor nodded the Cod Army in front just before the interval from Josh Morris' cross.

After a lacklustre opening 45 minutes, Notts offered far more threat in the second half after being booed off at the break.

Liam Noble dragged a shot wide of the far post when he found space inside the box, which lifted the Magpies' hopes of an equaliser.

A glorious 60-yard pass from Hayden Mullins then released Adam Dawson who burst into the box only to see Chris Maxwell produce a sprawling save to keep Fleetwood ahead.

Fleetwood found it difficult to get out of their half at times as Notts threw on creative players Jeremy Balmy and Zeli Ismail to try and nick a leveller.

But Graham Alexander's side held firm to make it two wins out of two since their promotion last season.

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