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The relegation run-in (2)

With Colchester United and Scunthorpe looking likely to drop into League One at the end of the season, six teams are realistically playing to avoid joining them.

Southampton:The Saints travel to Charlton Athletic at the weekend before a home game with Burnley.

Their toughest test looks to be the trip to West Brom on 28 April with the season rounded off by a home game against Sheffield United.

Coventry City:The Sky Blues currently stand three points above the drop zone with four games left.

Stoke City are the visitors to the Ricoh Arena this weekend before a trip to bottom of the table Colchester.

An explosive local derby could then be on the cards against Wolves at home after which the season ends with a visit to Charlton.

Blackpool:The Seasiders have reached the 50 point mark but still need another one or two to be totally safe and have five games left in which to get them.

West Brom, Sheffield Wednesday and Watford all have to visit Bloomfield Road with Simon Grayson's side set to visit Cardiff and Plymouth.




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Writer: CCFC Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday April 7 2008

Time: 9:39PM

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I dont think it will be The Seasiders. I think the most likely will be wendy, soton or leicester.
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07/04/2008 22:36:00

dont forget barnsley... cant see them winning again..... but if we lose against sheff utd we are ucked
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