THERE are hardly any games left in the race for promotion from League One - but we're going to bring you all the news which could help shape Huddersfield Town's promotion push.

We're going to be looking at Town's promotion rivals and bring you the latest news from each camp every weekday - giving you a full picture from around the grounds that matter.

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MANAGER Lee Bradbury says Cherries will relish the tag of underdogs in the League One play-offs and remains bullish on their promotion chances.

Bradbury watched Cherries book their place in the end-of-season shootout courtesy of an eventful 2-2 draw at Hartlepool on Saturday.

Cherries will battle it out with three from MK Dons, Peterborough, Huddersfield and Southampton to compete in the Championship next season.

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PROMOTION to the Championship would provide a perfect new chapter in Lee Tomlin’s Posh fairytale.

The former Rushden & Diamonds ace has enjoyed a fine first season in club colours after being snapped up on the eve of the campaign back in August.

He forced his way into the first team starting line-up quicker than expected despite concerns over his fitness and then won rave reviews for his performances.

He quickly convinced returning manager Darren Ferguson to hand him an improved and extended contract early in 2011 and has now made more than 40 appearances in all.

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MK Dons

WITH a place in the play-offs finally secured, Dons boss Karl Robinson will rest some of his key players for their final League One game against Oldham on Saturday.

Second half goals from Sam Baldock and Angelo Balanta in their 2-1 win over Notts County at stadium:mk ensured the season would go beyond May 7, with it now looking likely that a two-legged affair against Peterborough is on the cards in a bid to make it to the Old Trafford final later this month.

And with just a point required to secure fifth place, Robinson admitted that some of Dons’ big names will be rested to ensure they are fit and ready for those all important semi-finals.

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