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League Two Preview

League Two Preview

This weekend`s biggest game has got to be Rochdale and Lincoln. Rochdale`s 7-2 at Stockport last week showed their true potential as a force in League Two, but maybe for next season. They have stuck five past the best in this division, and they will not be changing their game-plan come 3pm this Saturday. Lincoln, on the other hand, suffered a damaging defeat at home to promotion chasing Swindon, and they will want to put things right to make sure they cement themselves in the top seven. This should be a cracker, but watch out for Lincoln`s Mark Stallard, as the striker has been putting in some decent performances recently and should be a handful for the Rochdale defence. The other fixtures are as follows:

Friday, March 30
Hartlepool v Chester 7.45pm (Home Win)

Saturday, March 31
Barnet v Darlington (Away Win)
Boston Utd v Bury (Draw)
Hereford v Milton Keynes Dons (Away Win)
Notts County v Grimsby (Away Win)
Peterborough v Wycombe (Home Win)
Rochdale v Lincoln City (Draw)
Swindon v Shrewsbury (Home Win)
Torquay v Stockport (Away Win)
Walsall v Accrington Stanley (Home Win)
Wrexham v Mansfield (Draw)

All kick offs at 3pm unless stated, while predictions are in brackets, e.g. (Home Win).



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Writer:Saddler 13
Date:Thursday March 29 2007
Time: 12:00AM

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