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Here are the fixtures for this weekend`s games in L2. The biggest game this weekend has to be at Moss Rose, where an inspired Macclesfield side, who are now fresh from their exploits in the FA Cup, play a Alan Buckley`s Grimsby Town. Both clubs are at the bottom of the table and needs the points to push clear from the dreaded drop-zone to the Conference National. The Mariners are now sit seven places away from the bottom two after winning their last three games, including a 6-0 bombardment of Boston. Paul Ince`s Silkmen are two places above the relegation zone and will want to use home advantage to make sure that they are not dragged into trouble between now and the end of the season. They may have lost two of the last four games, including 2-0 defeat to Walsall, but they nearly claimed a point at league leaders Hartlepool on Tuesday night before eventually going down 3-2. This game will be one to watch out for on results extra.

Saturday, Feb 24
Accrington Stanley v Lincoln City(Away Win)
Boston Utd v Hartlepool (Away Win)
Bristol Rovers v Stockport (Away Win)
Bury v Peterborough (Draw)
Hereford v Rochdale (Home Win)
Macclesfield v Grimsby (Home Win)
Mansfield v Wycombe (Away Win)
Notts County v MK Dons (Away Win)
Swindon v Chester (Home Win)
Torquay v Darlington (Away Win)
Walsall v Barnet (Home Win)

Sunday, Feb 25
Wrexham v Shrewsbury 12pm (Draw)

All kick offs at 3pm, unless stated. All predictions are in brackets.


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Writer:Saddler 13
Date:Thursday February 22 2007
Time: 2:59PM

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Macclesfield v Grimsby, should be a goodun
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22/02/2007 15:02:00
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