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League One relegation battle - (2 games remaining)

League One relegation battle - (2 games remaining)


With two games to go, Rochdale are already relegated and there are five remaining candidates for the other three places.

Here's how they stand and who they face between now and the end of the season in nine days time.


Leyton Orient - 47 points (Goal Difference -27 Goals scored 45)

Hartlepool (A)

Rochdale (H)

The O's can finish with a maximum of 53 points.

In their last 2 games they've collected 1 point.


Walsall - 46 points (Gd -7, Gs 49)

Huddersfield (H)

Franchise (A)

The Saddlers finish with a maximum of 52 points.

In their last 2 games they've collected 0 points.


Wycombe Wanderers - 43 points (Gd -20, Gs 62)

Notts County (H)

Sheffield Wednesday (A)

The Chairboys can finish with a maximum of 49 points.

In their last 2 games they've collected 1 point.


Chesterfield - 42 points (Gd -23, Gs 52)

Yeovil (A)

Brentford (H)

The Spireites can finish with a maximum of 48 points

In their last 2 games they've collected 6 points.


Exeter City - 41 points (Gd -26, Gs 43)

Carlisle (A)

Sheffield United (H)

The Grecians can finish with a maximum of 47 points.

In their last 2 games they've collected 3 points.


Rochdale - 38 points (Gd -32, Gs 45) - (Relegated)

Franchise (H)

Orient (A)

Dale can only achieve a maximum of 44 points and are already relegated.

In their last 2 games they've collected 3 points.



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Writer:Len
Date:Thursday April 26 2012
Time: 10:07PM

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