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Your Runners And Riders This Weekend

The match of the day as far as this division is concerned is at Roots Hall, where Southend entertain Carlisle in a 2nd v 3rd top of the table clash.

The Tricky Trees travel to Luton and must win to stay in touch with the leaders. Another draw wouldn't be a catastrophe, but if we're serious about promotion then these are the games we have to win.

Lucky Leeds United could go above us if we fail at the Kenilworth Stadium. They're at home to Millwall and as we all know are annoyingly still unbeaten. Things may be about to go pear shaped for the lucky lads from Yorkshire, if rumours are to be believed regarding Gus Poyet moving to Spuds. We live in hope.

Other games that could affect the Reds sees 5th place Swansea away in a tough game with Yeovil and table toppers Orient away at Donny on Sunday.

Down at the bottom, Bournemouth will be desperate to get something at home to Walsall, whilst Port Vale will be lucky to get anything away at high flying Swindon.

Clutching at straws and tempting fate, Forest could go top if results go in our favour. But that would take a monumental cock up by the others for that to happen, so it probably won't.

Fixtures:


Friday, 26 October 2007
Tranmere v Huddersfield, 19:45

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Saturday, 27 October 2007
Bournemouth v Walsall, 15:00
Cheltenham v Crewe, 15:00
Gillingham v Bristol Rovers, 15:00
Hartlepool v Brighton, 15:00
Leeds v Millwall, 15:00
Luton v Nottm Forest, 15:00
Oldham v Northampton, 15:00
Port Vale v Swindon, 15:00
Southend v Carlisle, 15:00
Yeovil v Swansea, 15:00

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Sunday, 28 October 2007
Doncaster v Leyton Orient, 15:00




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Date:Friday October 26 2007

Time: 8:33PM

 

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