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Blues can only watch as rivals beat the weather


Wycombe Wanderers were left without a game this week but 20 of their League Two rivals have been in action since the Chairboys beat Dagenham & Redbridge 1-0 last Saturday.

Wycombe started the week in 16th place, 10 points clear of the relegation zone and 6 points below the final play-off spot.

They finish the week in 17th place, 8 points above the drop zone and 7 points below the play-offs.

For Blues' fans who prefer to look down the table, results could have been kinder, but for those eyeing a top-seven spot, it could have been a lot worse.

The Bottom two (Bristol Rovers & Wimbledon) picked up a win and a draw between them and both still have a game in hand over Wycombe.

On the flip side, the Blues now have games in hand over three of the teams below them and and five of the teams standing between them and the coveted seventh spot.

And finally, as a measure of how far they've come since propping up the entire Football League on 17th November, had Wycombe played and won today, they would be sitting in the top half of the table tonight.

This week's results...

Aldershot 1 Northampton 2
Wimbledon 2 Port Vale 2
Cheltenham 0 Rochdale 0
Burton 1 Barnet 0
Chesterfield 0 Southend 1
Dagenham 1 Morecambe 2
Fleetwood 3 Oxford 0
Gillingham 1 York City 1
Plymouth 0 Accrington 0
Rotherham 1 Bristol Rovers 3






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Writer: Len Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday January 27 2013

Time: 1:20AM

 

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