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This weekend in League Two

This weekend in League Two

There is only one game this weekend to watch out for and it comes at the Bescot. Walsall versus Wycombe. The last time Wycombe came to Fortress Bescot, it was 5-1 to the Saddlers, with Pedro Matias grabbing an impressive hat-trick. More of the same please, in an unbiased and fair way. It will be first versus second, and it will be tough, mark my words. Tight is not the word to describe how the game will pan out, with Tommy Mooney looking to add to his already impressive goal tally this season, likewise with Martin Butler. We shall see what happens.

The rest of the fixtures include an early season relegation six-pointer at Moss Rose, where basement boys Macclesfield play an out-of-form Bury side. The rest of the fixtures are:

Saturday 14th October

Barnet v Lincoln City
Boston Utd v Mansfield
Hartlepool v Stockport
Hereford v Darlington
Macclesfield v Bury
Notts County v Bristol Rovers
Peterborough v Shrewsbury
Rochdale v Chester
Swindon v Grimsby
Torquay v Accrington Stanley
Walsall v Wycombe
Wrexham v Milton Keynes Dons

All matches kick off at 3pm approx.


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Writer:Saddler 13
Date:Friday October 13 2006
Time: 12:00AM

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