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 director of football Barry Fry has revealed that Norwich's promotion to the Barclays Premier League means a cash bonus at London Road.

Posh are due a hefty pay-out thanks to a clause in the transfer of right-back Russell Martin to Carrow Road and have also cashed in on other former players in the past week.

Fry said: "We received £100,000 when Norwich were promoted from League One and we will receive £200,000 this year after they secured back-to-back promotions.

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Bournemouth boss Lee Bradbury wants to secure a top-five finish in League One to increase their chances of success in the play-offs.

The sixth-placed Cherries sit three points behind MK Dons and if they overtake them will face Peterborough rather than Huddersfield.

"We want to finish as high as possible, it will change who we play in the play-offs," Bradbury told BBC Radio Solent.

"We're going to Rochdale wanting to win and get into fifth place."

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MK Dons

DONS boss Karl Robinson has named the side that will face Oldham Athletic on Saturday – two days before kick off.

The manager has made no secret of his plans to rest some of his stars for the clash as a place in the play-offs is already secure.

He has made the decision to name the team early so Dons fans who were thinking of travelling know that some first team regulars will be sitting out.

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