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L1 Survival/Relegation Run-In

L1 Survival/Relegation Run-In

The 2008/09 Season is drawing to a swift conclusion but no team has had the misfortune of securing their relegation just yet.

Hereford and Cheltenham are battling the it appears to be a matter of time before their demise is confirmed.

However, the final two places are far from settled - Swindon, Hartlepool, Crewe, Carlisle, Northampton and Brighton could all fill the unwanted places.

Here's who these teams will have to beat in order to survive relegation into the 4th tier.

Swindon Town

Carlisle United (a)

Bristol Rovers (h)

Peterborough United (a)

Hartlepool United

Yeovil Town (a)

Leeds United (h)

Bristol Rovers (a)

Crewe Alexandra

Cheltenham Town (h)

Stockport County (a)

Leicester City (h)

Carlisle United

Swindon Town (h)

Cheltenham Town (a)

Millwall (h)

Northampton Town

Leyton Orient (a)

Scunthorpe United (h)

Hereford United (h)

Milton Keynes Dons (h)

Leeds United (a)

Brighton & Hove Albion

Oldham Athletic (h)

Bristol Rovers (a)

Huddersfield Town (a)

Stockport County (h)

Cheltenham Town

Crewe Alexandra (a)

Carlisle United (h)

Scunthorpe United (a)

Southend United (a)

Hereford United

Colchester United (h)

Yeovil Town (a)

Northampton Town (a)

Milton Keynes Dons (h)

Final Day of the Season - Saturday, 02 May 2009

Brighton & Hove Albion vs Stockport County

Bristol Rovers vs. Hartlepool United

Carlisle United vs. Millwall

Crewe Alexandra vs. Leicester City

Hereford United vs. The Franchise

Leeds United vs. Northampton Town

Leyton Orient vs. Huddersfield Town

Peterborough United vs Swindon Town

Scunthorpe United vs. Tranmere Rovers

Southend United vs. Cheltenham Town

Walsall vs. Oldham Athletic

Yeovil Town v Colchester United

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Writer:Nellup
Date:Monday April 13 2009
Time: 7:39PM

Comments

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we probaly need 4 points from the last 3 matches to stay up. Does any one know how many fans are going to carlisle
swindon247
15/04/2009 10:01:00
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we probaly need 4 points from the last 3 matches to stay up. Does any one know how many fans are going to carlisle
swindon247
15/04/2009 10:01:00
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It could go either way. We could stay up losing every game (not that we'd ever want that scenario!). I'm still awaiting the games in hand Brighton and Northampton have to be played.
Nellup
15/04/2009 18:34:00
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It could go either way. We could stay up losing every game (not that we'd ever want that scenario!). I'm still awaiting the games in hand Brighton and Northampton have to be played.
Nellup
15/04/2009 18:34:00
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Hopefully we can atleast get a point this weekend - should help. Its going to be tight though, on paper Brighton have the easier run in.
APG_STFC
17/04/2009 07:06:00
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Hopefully we can atleast get a point this weekend - should help. Its going to be tight though, on paper Brighton have the easier run in.
APG_STFC
17/04/2009 07:06:00
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