Hodge has said that the players must put Tuesday's success behind them as they prepare to face Steven Pressley's side.
"We know that we're in the bottom four still so we have a lot of things to catch up on. We've got lots of wins ahead of us hopefully because of the poor start we had to the season," Hodge told Notts County's official website.
"Tuesday night was great but it's history now and we've got to move on quickly. If the team goes out there and puts a shift in for each then we may get a result.
"If we don't, it could be hard afternoon for all of us, as we're playing against a good team who are strong at home. That's always my message to the players – if one through to 11 put a shift in then we've got a chance."
Notts currently sit 23rd in League One.