>Sixfields hosts playoff melting pot

>Bury come to Sixfields tomorrow knowing that they too have work to do if they’re to get into the top seven. All four sides of the ground will be intently looking out for results around the country and both teams know that they can end the hopes of the other by winning the game at Sixfields. The Shakers have dropped out of the top seven after last weekend’s surprising and damaging 3-0 home defeat to Torquay United at Gigg Lane and, like us, face a huge mountain to climb.

The Cobblers are likley to continue to throw Adebayo Akinfenwa on for as long as he can last and Kevin Thornton’s cameo roles are expected to go on with a place on the bench once again for the former Coventry man. A big finish from both men are key to any success and if both are still with us in August it will be massive for the club whatever league we find ourselves in.

Bury look like having a fully fit squad to choose from with the only worries being the slight knocks of David Worrall and Ryan Lowe. Both, though, are likely to at least make it into the squad.

So here we go then, one more game to settle nine months of hard work. We desperately need help but here’s to at least a big performance from our claret heroes.

Don’t stop believing…

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2 thoughts on “>Sixfields hosts playoff melting pot

  1. >Thanks mate…yeah it sucks that the one team that has to drop all of their points are playing the worst team in the football league!Good luck in your quest for 100 goals!

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