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LBBlue

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As we need 4 clubs to finish below us to avoid relegation what are the chances that might happen?

Bury must be doomed. No goals in 7 straight defeats with just 2 league wins since September. Surely we will finish above them.

Rochdale also just 2 league wins since September also look doomed.

Then there is Oldham - no wins in seven plummeting after their mid season rally and they no longer have Eoin Doyle.

That's 3 of our next four away games.

Northampton seem to be on the up and Wimbledon are currently doing OK at home - but can't afford to slip up.

So that leaves it between us and MK Dons ( 2 wins in 16) unless someone like Blackpool, Bristol Rovers or Walsall have bad slump.

6 wins and 3 draws from 18 could be enough to save us. We might not get anything from our next 3 home games.

Not losing any of the three away games against sides below us is vital - but if we take that attitude we will be doomed.
We need to try and win matches - trying not to lose them is not good enough
 
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