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League Two Preview

The title race continues. Walsall will have to beat Bury at the Bescot to stand any chance of overtaking leaders Hartlepool, who face a Notts County side looking to play there way into the Play-Offs after losing narrowly to the Saddlers 2-1 last weekend. Shrewsbury will need to beat struggling Accrington Stanley to cement there place in the top seven, as well as Stockport, who face promotion chasing MK Dons in what surely will be match of the day in League Two. Relegated Torquay will be looking to get some pride restored into a low on confidence Gulls side, who face a fellow struggling team in Wrexham. Boston will be hoping that Torquay can do them a favour when they take on Chester. The Lincolnshire side need to take all three points to avoid relegation. Here are the fixtures in full:

Friday, April 20
Hartlepool v Notts County 7.45pm (Home Win)

Saturday, April 21
Boston Utd v Chester (Away Win)
Bristol Rovers v Lincoln City (Home Win)
Darlington v Wycombe (Away Win)
Grimsby v Barnet (Home Win)
Peterborough v Hereford (Home Win)
Rochdale v Macclesfield (Away Win)
Shrewsbury v Accrington Stanley (Home Win)
Stockport v Milton Keynes Dons (Draw)
Swindon v Mansfield (Home Win)
Walsall v Bury (Home Win)
Wrexham v Torquay (Away Win)

All kick offs at 3pm, unless stated. All predictions in brackets, e.g. (Draw).



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Writer:Saddler 13
Date:Thursday April 19 2007
Time: 12:00AM

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