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Team news for Easter Monday's League One clash between Notts County and Crawley at Meadow Lane.
Notts County boss Shaun Derry bemoaned his side's luck following the 2-1 defeat to Bristol City.
Sam Baldock took his goal tally to 25 with a brace as Bristol City increased Notts County's relegation worries with a 2-1 win.
Andy Hinchcliffe joins George Gavin to analyse a bumper Easter weekend of Football League action.
Sky Sports' guide to all the promotion and relegation issues that could be resolved on Monday.
Shaun Derry told FL72 his past experiences battling the drop can help him keep Notts County up.
Our Football League bloggers look ahead to their club's chances of making and winning the play-offs.
Friday 18th April 2014
From an Evertonian.... It has been a pleasure watching our neighbours flourish this season. They are without doubt the best team in the Prem! Go on and win it in memory of all those who never returned home from that semi final. Good...
god complex won the Champions league with Porto at a very different footballing time. Before money completely ran the show. No need to look any further than who Porto faced in the semis that season.....Deportivo de la Coruna. Now...
Look I don't like these comments from the manager anymore than anyone else does. It would have been much easier to congratulate Sunderland on their win (which lets be honest they deserved), say we need to improve in our attacking...
When Suarez tries one of his ridiculous dives and contorts his face in supposed agony he is trying to get the opposing player booked or sent off. As I understand it, his fellow pros will decide who is going to be Player of the Year....
Chelsea has more staying power, boosted by their solid defence. The physiological and psychological to win at least one trophy, if not two is going to weaken them. Liverpool and Real Madrid will triumph. Chelsea die heart. RZ
Quite simply Liverpool can afford a draw at Chelsea and still win league by a point ;regardless of goals if they win other fixtures,but as Brendan Rogers says each game as it comes for LFC who will i think win the title at Palace...
Notts County FanZoner Andrew Crawley believes Saturday's clash at Tranmere could be D-Day in The Magpies' bid to beat relegation.
Notts County FanZoner Andrew Crawley believes the club's fans must remain behind boss Shaun Derry as the Magpies bid to beat the drop.
Notts County FanZoner Andrew Crawley believes the tough games coming up will be crucial to the Magpies' League One survival hopes.