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Final Push: L2 Fixtures

Final Push: L2 Fixtures

League Two comes to a climax this weekend with title`s being decided, and even promotion and demotion issues to be solved. Can Swindon beat MK Dons to the last spot in League One, while giving Hartlepool the upper hand by beating Walsall? Can Boston pull off the impossible with their youth team traveling to fellow relegation rivals Wrexham? Can this weekend get any better? Well, if someone handed you £1m pounds, maybe, otherwise no not really. Walsall must not lose at Swindon if they are to have any chance of winning the title. Likewise, Hartlepool must win against Bristol Rovers if they are to overhaul yours truly to win their first piece of silverware in their history. Here are the rest of the fixtures:

Saturday, May 5
Barnet v Wycombe (Home Win)
Bury v Mansfield (Home Win)
Darlington v Stockport (Draw)
Hartlepool v Bristol Rovers (Draw)
Lincoln City v Chester (Home Win)
Macclesfield v Notts County (Home Win)
MK Dons v Accrington Stanley (Home Win)
Peterborough v Rochdale (Draw)
Shrewsbury v Grimsby (Home Win)
Swindon v Walsall (Away Win)
Torquay v Hereford (Home Win)
Wrexham v Boston (Home Win)

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



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Writer:Saddler 13
Date:Thursday May 3 2007
Time: 12:00AM

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Away win for your boys? I very much doubt it, it's been a good battle though, whoever wins the title really does deserve it. Good luck Swindon ;)
PoolieJohn
03/05/2007 11:55:00
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Two draws seems more likely
Big No 9
03/05/2007 12:16:00
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