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Vital Forest Weekend Review

All eyes will be on the Liberty Stadium tonight, as runaway League 1 leaders Swansea take on a struggling Luton side who are 9 points adrift of safety. We will listen in the forlorn hope that a Hatters victory will be the beginning of the Swans perennial nose dive down the table. But even with a host of injuries, you can still only see another win for Roberto Martinez and his boyo's.

The Mighty Reds of course set sail for sunny Landon Tarn, to do battle with Leyton Orient and hopefully put an end to our dismal run on the road. A win for us and defeat for Donny, will see us back in the automatic promotion placings. This will do much to lift the depressing mood concerning all things Tricky at the moment and could even restore some faith in our under fire manager Mr. Calderwood. CC looks set to go with his new fangled formation of 5 at the back and 3 in midfield. That only leaves 2 others, so hopefully he'll play them up front!

Tranmere are away to Brizzle Rovers and could go above us if disaster strikes. Walsall have what could prove to be a tricky fixture away at Swindon, depending on what Swindon side shows up. If it does all go tits up this weekend, we can at least be sure of a good laugh when Crewe put another nail in the Lucky Leeds United coffin with victory at Elland Road. It's going to be another fun filled weekend folks, let's hope it goes our way and our fortunes take an upturn.




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Writer: guinless Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday February 22 2008

Time: 4:31PM

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Looking very close this league but can you see yourselfs getting past Carlisle and getting automatic?
will it ever happen
We're counting on it mate. We don't do playoffs very well.
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