Writer: SFC Forever
Date:Tuesday April 13 2010
Norwich are hoping to see a few draws or defeats to help them win the title early. They will fancy their own chances of a good win at Leyton Orient who will be fighting themselves as they are still involved in the scrap at the bottom.
Millwall go to Yeovil hoping for a win. This is another game that could go either way as Yeovil are also fighting for safety.
Leeds renew rivalry with the team that knocked them oput of the JPT semi-finals and will be thirsting for revenge. Carlisle will be playing more for pride than anything.
Charlton have a very interesting game at home to Colchester.Colchester will be determined to avoid defeat as they pray for a result as least as good as Huddersfilds'. Charlton will be desperate to gain a win after their defeat at the weekend.
Swindon only drawing last night will be praying for some good results to counter the dropped points.
Huddersfield will be anticipating the three points staying at home with the game at home to Walsall. The Terriers anxious to stay above Colchester.
Bristol Rovers face the Saints knowing that a defeat will almost certainly confine them to another year in division one next season. Saints need the win more perhaps as they have a slightly better chance of overhauling the two teams in pole position.
The fight to stay in the league is just as interesting. Especially to those teams involved in the scrap at the bottom.
Tranmere will be hoping for a win in their game at home to Wycombe. Both teams are going to be scrapping valiantly to avoid the drop with my thoughts leaning towards a Tranmere win.
Hartlepool are also going to be hoping that they can gain a home win. They face relegated Stockport who could upset the apple cart by having a good game now that the pressure is off. Very hard to call as it will possibly depend on the team's frame of mind. I will go for the home win but won't be surprised to see it go the other way.
Finally Southend will be desperate to win at home to Brentford. Brentford have started to put a few results together and will fancy a win themselves. I suggest a home win.
So there you have it. The season is drawing to a close and games are of ever more importance as we run out of games. Who will be happiest at 10pm tonight?
Date:Tuesday April 13 2010
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