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Aug 13, 2008
Let's say that we beat Bury and Millwall lose to Bristol Rovers...

Does anyone actually fancy us in the play-offs?

We all know the importance of form going into these, it was pretty crucial when we came up only two years ago, but we are currently experiencing our worst run of form of the season.

We'd probably face Fleetwood, who we lost to at home and nearly beat away before their last minute equaliser, but I wouldn't fancy us at all in that one.

Say we beat them, we'd be underdogs against both Bradford and Scunthorpe, though we do seem to be a bit of a bogey team for Bradford.

May sound pessimistic but for me at least, anything from this point on is a bonus. Given how we started the season we have done remarkably well to even be in contention and it's been a real rollercoaster of a season with plenty of entertainment and memorable moments along the way.

Do we deserve to go up? Not at all. Do we deserve to make the play-offs? Maybe, but not on our recent form. We're now the underdogs in every aspect so let's enjoy what's left whether that is promotion via the play-offs or the end of the season at 2pm next Sunday.