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Preview: The season comes to a close

Preview: The season comes to a close

SADDLERS vs MK DONS (KO 3pm)

After a season which can only be described as bland, the last game can not come quick enough.

With some impressive results, including our 2-1 away win at Leeds, there really has been nothing to cheer about at WS1.

Clayton Ince is set to make his final appearance in football before he retires at the age of 37. Rhys Weston and Sam Parkin will not be available having left the club during the week.

For the visitors, goalkeeper Willy Gueret has a thumb injury and will miss the game, along with Sam Baldock, who is out with a hamstring injury.

PREDICTION:

The last day, a complete unknown when there's nothing to play for other than 11th place. My heart says 2-0 Saddlers, but it could be a draw, as there are two Inces making their last appearances for their respective clubs.



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Writer:Rich
Date:Friday May 7 2010
Time: 10:21PM

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