THERE is just one game left in League I - but with Town in the play-offs barring a bizarre sequence of events we'll bring you news from other clubs who could have a say on the play-off picture.
Peterborough United boss Darren Ferguson is convinced his side will return to their best form in the League One play-offs.
Posh are currently enduring their worst run of form of the season having won just two of their last nine games, but Ferguson believes he has a squad capable of rising to the big occasion.
Posh complete their regular season with a home match against relegation-threatened Dagenham & Redbridge on Saturday. They then face a two-legged play-off semi-final against either MK Dons or Bournemouth.
Cherries boss Lee Bradbury believes it is high time football introduced goal-line technology.
A number of top-flight managers have already spoken out in favour and Bradbury added his voice to the calls when he insisted the game was “crying out” for the use of such technology.
Bradbury’s comments come after the debate was reignited by Sandbanks-based Tottenham boss Harry Redknapp, who was left angry after Spurs were on the wrong end of a decision at Chelsea.
BRIGHTON manager Gus Poyet has taken another swipe at Saints, claiming they had an unfair advantage in the promotion race.
Saints effectively booked their place in the Championship by beating Plymouth 3-1 on Monday – a fixture that had been rearranged from the end of March.
The switch was due to Argyle having three players called up for international duty.
But with a number of rearranged games already scheduled for a chaotic April, the trip to Home Park was moved to the last week of the season.