Huddersfield Town saw their relegation from the Championship all but confirmed after a 1-1 draw with fellow strugglers Birmingham City on Saturday.

The Terriers avoided a defeat that would have seen them relegated on Saturday, but even a win on the final day over promotion hopefuls Ipswich Town will not be enough unless they overcome a huge goal difference of 15 goals with Plymouth Argyle.

Birmingham remain in the other relegation place and now must beat Norwich City to stand a chance of staying up with Sheffield Wednesday, Plymouth and Blackburn Rovers also still in danger.

At the other end of the table, the Canaries dropped points in a 2-2 draw with Swansea City, leaving the door open for Hull City, who face Ipswich Town later today.

Huddersfield Town saw their relegation all but confirmed after a 1-1 draw with fellows strugglers Birmingham City.

The Terriers avoided a defeat that would have seen them relegated on Saturday, but even a win on the final day over promotion hopefuls Ipswich Town will not be enough unless they overcome a huge goal difference of 15 goals with Plymouth Argyle.

Birmingham remain in the other relegation place and now must beat Norwich City to stand a chance of staying up with Sheffield Wednesday, Plymouth and Blackburn Rovers also still in danger.

At the other end of the table, the Canaries dropped points in a 2-2 draw with Swansea City, leaving the door open for Hull City, who face Ipswich Town later today.

Grant McCann was a proud man after Doncaster won 4-1 at Colchester to register a 10th straight victory and move into the play-off places.

Colchester took a ninth-minute lead through Jayden Fevrier, who converted Tom Hopper’s cross at the far post, but remain in relegation danger after Rovers’ emphatic comeback.

Luke Molyneux equalised after collecting Jamie Sterry’s short free-kick and scoring with a low 25-yard shot and Doncaster took a 22nd-minute lead through Harrison Biggins, who netted from close range from Molyneux’s delivery.

Tom Anderson netted a third in the 76th minute at the near post from Hakeeb Adelakun’s pass, and Joe Ironside sealed victory when he converted after Sam Hornby had tipped James Maxwell’s shot onto a post.

A point on the final day against Gillingham will seal a play-off spot regardless of results elsewhere and McCann said: “I’m really proud.

“Obviously conceding early wasn’t ideal for us but the response was outstanding.

“We scored two very good goals, the first one from Mols (Molyneux) and the second one was another very good goal and something we knew could help us in the game, Biggo’s (Biggins) runs from the centre circle in between the posts after good play by Mols.

“In the first half, we were a little bit edgy and it was a little bit even Steven in the game.

“But in the second half, we were really comfortable and scored another couple of really good goals.

“We always play for more goals; we never sit tight and take what we’ve got – that’s just the way we like to go about things.

“We came up against a team that’s obviously down the wrong end of the table and we knew it was going to be tough.”

Fevrier had Colchester on track to secure survival but they go into Saturday’s final game just three points above the drop zone, with their goal difference superior by four over Sutton.

Colchester boss Danny Cowley said: “It was a tough night for us.

“We have the ability to self-harm, to self-destruct, in a game where we let four terrible goals in.

“For 75 minutes, it was 2-1 and they’ve had three shots at goal, two from 30 yards, and somehow they’re winning the game.

“We were 2-1 down at half-time where we felt we shouldn’t have been, as we’d done a lot right.

“We were in total ascendency and they don’t even want to score any more goals, they want to hang onto what they’ve got and we gift them another two goals.

“I’ve just looked back at the goals and they’re very hard to defend.

“We actually played well box to box but you can’t say you’ve played well when we’ve conceded the goals that we have.

“It’s a damaging night and I’m really angry. We just did the basics so poorly.”

Barrow boss Pete Wild stressed his side must stick together to secure a League Two play-off spot on the final day of the season.

The Bluebirds suffered a fifth defeat in a painful six-game winless run with a last-gasp 2-1 loss to Bradford.

It means they have to get a result when they host promoted Mansfield on Saturday.

Bobby Pointon opened the scoring with a great strike in the first half before Kian Spence levelled with a free-kick after the break.

But former on-loan Barrow forward Tyler Smith came off the bench to score a bruising stoppage-time winner against his old club.

And Wild said: “We didn’t do anything with or without the ball. We were frustrated at half-time. I told them ‘we’ve got to have a go and try to get over the line’.

“We played really well second half, had a go, came out fighting and got the goal, but it wasn’t enough.

“We were on the front foot. We kept trying to throw subs on to put impetus into the game and you get hit by a sucker punch at the end.

“We had four chances to clear the ball and that’s been the month hasn’t it. There have been key moments in game, chances and opportunities with the football and we’ve not done that.

“We weren’t getting a glove on them and we had to try and be braver, second half.

“I will never make it about them, it’s about us. We’re all a collective. We will win together and lose together and that’s how we’ve gone through the season.

“What we have to do now is just stick together and try to keep going.

“Across the last four games you have seen glimpses of us, but not enough of us across a full 90 minutes to get over the line.”

The Bantams were indebted to Sheffield-born Smith’s late winner for their fourth-straight win.

Boss Graham Alexander said: “I’m pleased that the players have once again showed character and personality to once again get a win from a game we should never have been drawing anyway.

“We were brilliant in the first half and should have been two or three up. But we weren’t and a good team like Barrow are going to come back into it and have a spell of pressure and momentum.

“Ultimately they got a goal from it. From our perspective it’s a poor one to concede going through the wall.

“Our performance became a bit flat after that. They had real quality and gained chances.

“The subs that came on halted their momentum.

“They were going for it as well and it was going to be (down to) who had that quality to score.

“To be fair to Tyler, he would have been under massive pressure in his own head, but he stuck it in the corner so fair play to him.”

Former Barrow striker Tyler Smith came back to haunt his old side with a late winner as their quest to make the League Two play-offs goes down to the final day after a narrow 2-1 loss at home to Bradford.

The Bluebirds have endured a poor run at the worst part of the season with just one point from six.

Barrow goalkeeper Paul Farman produced a good stop to keep out Andy Cook in the 20th minute, while talented 20-year-old Bobby Pointon fired the Bantams ahead with a fine strike after 29 minutes.

Home forward Cole Stockton saw an effort cleared off the line and their pressing told as Kian Spence levelled with a fine free-kick on the hour.

Pete Wild made four changes in the final 15 minutes in a bid for the home side to get a season-defining goal.

Barrow substitute David Worrall could only fire straight at Sam Walker, but it was the visitors who secured the three points as the hosts were left with a nervous wait.

Smith – who spent the first half of the 2018-19 season on loan at Barrow – came off the bench to score a stoppage-time winner from Cook’s flick on.

Doncaster recorded a 10th successive victory, 4-1 at lowly Colchester, to move into the League Two play-off places.

Colchester took a ninth-minute lead through Jayden Fevrier, who converted at the far post after Tom Hopper had got behind the Doncaster defence and picked him out.

But Doncaster equalised five minutes later when Luke Molyneux collected Jamie Sterry’s short free-kick and unleashed a low left-foot shot from 25 yards that sailed into the far corner.

Rovers completed a rapid turnaround in the 22nd minute through Harrison Biggins, who swept home from close range after Molyneux had beaten Ellis Iandolo and crossed into the area.

Doncaster extended their lead in the 76th minute when Tom Anderson squeezed a shot past Sam Hornby and in at the near post after Hakeeb Adelakun had picked him out from another short free-kick.

And Rovers sealed their victory in the 85th minute when Joe Ironside tapped in from close range after James Maxwell’s shot had been tipped onto a post by Hornby.

The result prevented Colchester securing their survival, ensuring they go into the final fixtures three points ahead of Sutton and now only four better on goal difference.

Doncaster manager Grant McCann hailed the “commitment and desire” of his players after they came from two goals down to beat Barrow 4-2 and secure a ninth successive victory.

It appeared as though Rovers’ incredible charge from relegation danger to play-off contention had ended as goals from Emile Acquah and Rory Feely gave the Cumbrians a two-goal advantage at the break.

But a Joe Ironside penalty reduced the deficit and set up a grandstand finish, with Hakeeb Adelakun and Harrison Biggins both netting in the final five minutes and Ironside adding a fourth deep into added time to secure a remarkable win.

“It’s right up there,” McCann said of the victory. “I said to the boys at half-time, out of all of the wins that we’ve had this would be the best one.

“The first half we weren’t good enough. We played in to what they wanted us to do. We didn’t move the ball quick enough, we didn’t commit and that was the big message this week – commit people.

“It could have gone either way there because I wasn’t nice to them at half-time, I was a little bit firm with them and it’s probably the first time I’ve had to do that in probably 15-16 games, so it could have easily gone another way.

“But I think that’s a testament to what we’ve got in our changing room and the characters and the commitment, the desire to push and push and once we got that penalty I had a feeling inside me we could win the game.”

Harrogate manager Simon Weaver believes the club have made “massive strides” this season despite seeing their play-off hopes extinguished by a 5-3 home defeat by MK Dons.

The Sulphurites have, nevertheless, racked up a club-record number of EFL points in a campaign since their 2020 promotion and are also guaranteed to finish in their highest position.

A brace from 18-goal leading marksman George Thomson, following Abraham Odoh’s opener, proved insufficient as the visitors secured maximum points thanks to efforts from Alex Gilbey, Max Dean, Stephen Wearne, Emre Tezgel and Ellis Harrison.

Weaver said: “It was a crazy game really.

“To see the first goal go in after 30 minutes and then have so many after that and it could have been even more with the number of times we hit the woodwork. We looked very good going forward but we made some poor decisions defensively.

“But I can still take a lot of pride from playing such a great style of football throughout and creating so many chances against a good team who almost went up automatically. We have made massive strides this season without a doubt.”

Weaver is also running out of superlatives for talismanic 31-year-old skipper Thomson, adding: “He’s been immense this season and played an integral role for us throughout. You can just feel his presence on the pitch.

“He’s a good leader out there and on the training ground and he’s capable of scoring goals from all angles at the moment.”

The visitors were already guaranteed a play-off place prior to kick-off but Dons boss Mike Williamson hailed his team’s character after coming back from behind twice.

He also pointed to the squad’s strength in depth after Gilbey and Dean were replaced at half-time by Wearne and Harrison, who also found the net.

“I enjoyed the game because it was a good spectacle, especially for the neutral,” Williamson declared.

“It showed us we still have things to work on and it was a performance we can learn a lot from and that’s always the case when you’re in that relentless pursuit of excellence.

“But when things click we also look unstoppable. We know how good the boys are and they respond to every setback they have because they are an unbelievable group.

“I made changes and we are at a level now where competition is very good. Everyone who came into the team and on as a substitute was excellent.

“We want to breed a winning mentality and we’ll now sit down and discuss what we do for the next game, have a hard week’s training and make sure we keep up our momentum and confidence levels and keep improving in every moment.”

Notts County boss Stuart Maynard is determined to keep top scorer Macaulay Langstaff after he again underlined his importance to the club.

Langstaff leads the League Two scoring charts with 28 after netting the only goal in Saturday’s win over Colchester.

County’s early promotion bid has long since fizzled out but Langstaff remains one of the division’s leading lights and could be a man in demand this summer.

Asked if it was the last time his number nine would play for the club in front of a Meadow Lane crowd, Maynard responded: “Not in my eyes.

“We build our squad around these players and they are under contract. The owners have done their business brilliantly and our squad is strong now, but we have got to add to it.

“We know what it takes now in League Two and we want to make sure we are right in the mix next season, and we want to make sure we have a good pre-season.

“For me, my thoughts are that we want these lads with us. They are Notts County players so while they are Notts County players, we are looking to build the team around them.

“Macca’s goals will be key for us to have a chance of being in that top three, minimum, next season.”

The win was only Maynard’s second at home since arriving at the club in January and he said: “It was an outstanding performance and a clean sheet.

“It’s something we have been aiming for, it is our third clean sheet since we have come in now and it is something we need to really drive home and keep looking for.

“The all-round performance was excellent and the lads made it comfortable because of their work ethic.”

Danny Cowley’s side remain just outside the relegation zone heading into their final two games of the campaign.

The visitors had some good chances on the afternoon, and defender Ellis Iandolo’s long-range shot was tipped on to the bar, but the Us boss felt his side were perhaps too emotional following Langstaff’s opener.

“Ellis’ was like a David Beckham-type effort, and it ends up hitting the crossbar and we end up having two really good chances,” he said.

“But they probably score against the run of play and we just needed to control our emotions better in that moment – we got a little bit emotional and started to feel a bit sorry for ourselves.

“You can’t do that in football. It is not a good look, and it is never helped me win matches.

“Do the players have a right to feel sorry for themselves? Maybe. Does football care? No, it has never cared about excuses, and we have to be tough and that starts mentally and physically.”

Stockport boss Dave Challinor cherished “the best feeling ever” after his League Two champions were presented with their trophy following a 4-2 win against Accrington in their final home game.

County, who sealed the title earlier this week, collected the trophy after two goals from Kyle Wootton and further strikes by Connor Lemonheigh-Evans and Antoni Sarcevic saw them chalk up an eighth straight win.

And Challinor, who now has two titles as Stockport manager, said: “It’s finally started to sink in, this is the best feeling ever in terms of picking up the trophy and being able to celebrate with friends, family and supporters.

“It was always going to be a strange day because we wanted to win and we started fantastically, then we had a flat 30 minutes but in the second half we’ve won that game which makes today extra special.

“It’s been a great effort, a real team effort. Everyone’s worked so hard to get this fantastic trophy.

“People will say what’s the secret of your success but it isn’t much of a secret, it’s good players, it’s being able to get those players, being organised, having good staff and having the backing of people behind the scenes that ultimately are very aligned in what you want to achieve.

“All of us have had amazing support from our families to allow us to work in the manner that we do and today, and the last couple of weeks, make it all the more special because you get a reward at the end of it.

“So many people go through what we go through and don’t have the fortune of days like today so we’ll absolutely treasure it and enjoy it and we’ll be better as a result of it.

“I’ve now got plenty of time out of the country in front of me and plenty of work to do for next year, and it’ll be an opportunity to reflect and enjoy what we’ve done.”

Accrington manager John Doolan admitted his side had been beaten by deserving champions, but felt there are better times to come from his young squad in the future.

Stanley had levelled through Shaun Whalley in the first half and had given themselves a chance late on when Jack Nolan made it 3-2 but conceding goals at crucial times – Stockport’s second just before half time and Sarcevic’s late in the day – had proved costly.

“It was a great response from the lads to come here and play against a top side with top players and to compete against them and to score two goals away from home is fantastic,” said Doolan.

“We’ve got to keep going, these are young lads and they’re learning from it so it’s a learning experience and I’m learning on the job too so fair play to them, they didn’t give up. We made some changes so I can’t ask for any more.

“We went behind so once again it wasn’t a great start from us but we responded and we scored a very good goal against the champions. You could say they were in party mode but we were here to compete and to try to get the three points and the lads didn’t give up – that’s what I’m looking for.”

Boss Graham Alexander batted away talk of a last-gasp League Two play-off push despite seeing 10-man Bradford come from behind to win 3-2 at Walsall.

A fourth victory in five games lifted Bradford to 10th and if they win their game in hand at Barrow in midweek they have a chance of sneaking into the top seven on the final day.

Those hopes looked dead in the water when Walsall stormed into a 2-0 lead after 16 minutes as Ryan Stirk finished coolly and Mo Faal punished a mix-up between goalkeeper Sam Walker and Dan Oyegoke.

But Walsall old boy Andy Cook pulled one back and set up two for Jamie Walker to complete the turnaround.

Walker was later sent off but Bradford survived a late onslaught, with Tom Knowles denied by the woodwork.

“We’re hanging around – we just have to go to Barrow and play like we did for the last 70 minutes here,” Alexander said.

“What will be, will be – I just want us to keep this run going for our own contentment, for the supporters to believe in us again.

“I’m not looking further ahead than that – we’ve parked the play-offs maybe five games ago.

“We just wanted to show we had character and personality to win games – I don’t see why we have to change that outlook now.

“I thought we showed that in abundance, not only scoring three goals but going down to 10 men for such a long period against a team that puts you under pressure.

“We got a bit of luck but fortune favours the brave and we were extremely brave. We were under the cosh for the last 20 minutes but the players stood up to it.”

Walsall, meanwhile, are two points off seventh having played a game more than Bradford and could be eliminated from contention if midweek results go against them.

Boss Mat Sadler said: “It was tough to take because I thought for large spells, especially in the first half, we played some fantastic stuff.

“My chairman just said to me that if we play that game another 10 times we win it nine and it felt like one of those days.

“We need a bit of luck on Tuesday, we need a few results to go our way – stranger things have happened and it would be nice to be fighting to the last game.

“If we win today we would have put ourselves in a great position so it is still definitely raw but my overriding feeling is pride with who we are and what we are building here.

“It wasn’t to be, not for the want of trying, but we have to dust ourselves off and make sure we are ready for Saturday and what could be because who knows?”

Crawley boss Scott Lindsey rued missed opportunities and also branded his team’s defending a “calamity” after they were held to a 2-2 draw at relegation-threatened Sutton.

Liam Kelly fired the play-off chasing visitors ahead three minutes before the break, but the hosts hit back with second-half goals from top scorer Charlie Lakin and Olly Sanderson as they chased a vital win in their bid to avoid the drop.

However, Klaidi Lolos rescued a dramatic late point with a stoppage-time equaliser to leave Crawley still holding on to seventh spot, although now only ahead of in-form Doncaster on goal difference having played a game more.

“We missed loads of opportunities to score in the first half,” said Lindsey.

“We created loads, certainly in the first 20 minutes. We could have been three or four [goals] up.

“But we didn’t take those opportunities and chances.”

He added: “I felt in the first half we were OK, but I thought in the second half we wasn’t.

“I think we probably played too direct, it became an end-to-end game. It was probably like that all game, which helped them [Sutton]. They want it to be like that.”

Lindsey was also far from pleased with the two goals his side conceded as they threw away their lead.

“Their first goal, for a start, was never a foul in the build-up,” he said. “The referee [Lewis Smith] got drawn into it, it’s so naive it’s a joke.

“He gives a free-kick and they score. I was disappointed with that goal from an official’s point of view.

“And their second goal is just a calamity again, I don’t know what we’re doing.

“We don’t need to roll the ball out, we just need to take our time at that moment.

“But I felt like we were anxious today with our play, certainly in the second half.

“We came in in front at half-time and we were happy, but we feel as if we can play more.

“But in the second half we didn’t, so I’m disappointed.”

Sutton manager Steve Morison knows his side are all but down despite their battling display.

The club remain second-bottom, three points behind Colchester and with an inferior goal difference of seven goals.

Colchester also have a game in hand and require just one point from their final two fixtures to avoid relegation.

“We’re still in the fight, but it’s out of our hands completely,” said Morison.

“We had to better Colchester’s result, which we did, but we had the life sucked out of us when they scored the second goal.

“They scored a very good goal to go 1-0 up at half-time, so then it was the opportunity to speak to the players at half-time and tell them to give everything they’ve got in the second half, perform better and have no regrets.

“I think they did that in the second half, but I’m so gutted to have conceded [that second goal] in the way we did.

“The players were on their knees at the end, they gave it their all. It just wasn’t quite enough.

“Their goal was frustrating, but I’m really proud of the players’ efforts today.”

Forest Green boss Steve Cotterill hailed his already-relegated side for playing with pride and passion as they beat Morecambe 2-1 in League Two at the Mazuma Stadium.

First-half goals from Charlie McCann and Kyle McAllister gave the visitors three three points as they came from behind after Charlie Brown’s 30th-minute opener, but Cotterill thought they should have won by a greater margin.

He said: “I thought we were well worth the win and that 2-1 flattered them to be honest. It could easily have been five or six today with the chances we missed.

“Some of our football was very good today and the fact we came from behind and showed the spirit we did was a real bonus.

“We have to remember this lot could have been near the play-offs if they hadn’t had some points deducted and lost some of the players they had earlier in the season so this was always going to be a tough game but we worked really, really hard and played really well and deserved that three points.

“I’ve told the lads that we have to play with professional pride and finish the season off as strongly as we can and we did that today.”

Morecambe struck the first blow after 30 minutes when Brown took advantage of Forest Green goalkeeper Vicente Reyes’ failure to control a back pass and was able to slide the ball over the line.

But Forest Green hit back with two quickfire goals. McAllister played in McCann with a smart through ball which the midfielder slotted past Archie Mair after 38 minutes to level the scores.

Six minutes later, the visitors were ahead as McAllister ran into the box and drilled a low shot past Mair’s left hand.

Morecambe went close to an equaliser when Gwion Edwards’s low shot was superbly saved by Reyes midway through the second half before Forest Green squandered two late chances on the break with Christian Doidge and McAllister both failing to find the target from great openings.

Speaking after the Shrimps’ eighth defeat from their last 10 games, Morecambe boss Ged Brannan did not hide his frustrations.

He said: “I’m very, very disappointed with our performance.

“They have already been relegated and we should have been right at them from the start, playing with desire and tempo. But there was none of that. We were just not at the races and nowhere near good enough.

“We can’t seem to get any sort of performance at home and I’m really disappointed for the fans because they have been brilliant.

“I told the lads that they have to have pride when they play football and put in performances week in week out and we are not doing that.

“We can’t seem to get a win, or even a performance at home and it is driving me mad.”

Mansfield boss Nigel Clough challenged his promoted side to end the season on a high and finish second.

The Stags came from behind to beat Gillingham 2-1 in their final home game and now head for Barrow in second spot for next Saturday’s season finale.

“We have only lost two or three games at home this season and the Crawley defeat stands out,” said Clough.

“But the whole campaign has been outstanding and we now want to try to finish second by getting a result up at Barrow next week.

“That is four wins on the spin now and it’s amazing how you can take it into next season.”

Mansfield, who were promoted on Tuesday night, had to come from behind to beat Gillingham and end the visitors’ play-off hopes.

“It was brilliant to get the three points today,” Clough said.

“First half it was always going to be a bit flat. The lads enjoyed Tuesday night’s celebrations and some carried it over into Wednesday, so in training it was more about picking the most sober 11 rather than injuries.

“We conceded a goal. But second half right from the start I thought we were very good indeed. Once we got that equaliser I thought we’d go on and win it.”

Timothee Dieng put Gillingham ahead from an almost impossible angle on the by-line after 19 minutes, but Mansfield went up a gear after the break and Tom Nichols headed on for Davis Keillor-Dunn to rifle in his 22nd goal of the season after 77 minutes.

Three minutes later Stephen McLaughlin produced a bullet of a winner as he smashed into the top right corner from the left hand side of the box.

Gillingham boss Stephen Clemence was largely happy with his side’s showing, despite the result, but felt they ran out of steam against good opposition.

“I was really pleased with our performance,” he said. “Mansfield are a very good team and they deserve to be in the top three.

“I really enjoy watching them. I think they are probably the best team to watch in the division – they create a bit of chaos.

“We dealt with it really well in the first half and created some chances of our own. Unfortunately we ran out of steam, if we hadn’t I think it could have been a different game.

“Before that we more than matched them and were the better team for large periods of that game but didn’t get a result.

“The first goal was a mistake. People make mistakes and you can’t make them again, you have to learn from them.

“The second goal was a really good strike and you won’t see many better goals this weekend – fair play to the boy.”

Manager David Artell professed Grimsby will not celebrate survival in League Two after beating Swindon 2-0 at Blundell Park to secure their fate for next term.

Cheltenham loanee Liam Smith and forward Donovan Wilson scored the goals in the final quarter of the game to secure the win for the Mariners, who toiled for an opening goal for 75 minutes before the two late strikes came.

Closest rivals Sutton drew with Crawley which meant Artell’s side would have stayed up regardless of their own result but he was pleased to see quality prevail in the end to grab the win.

He said: “We’re not celebrating staying up. We’ve done our job by winning the game through having a good defensive shape and showing some quality in the final third when it mattered.

“We’ve often lacked quality in games but when we have had it recently then we’ve won games of football. Callum Ainley comes on and shows a great bit of skill to play in Liam when others might not have seen that pass.

“Goals change games and that moment changed the game and then Donovan scores a cracker. We’ve done our job in staying up but we’re not going to celebrate because we shouldn’t have been in this situation in the first place.

“I’ll take a fair amount of blame for that – it’s not about portioning out blame really but I make the decisions and the buck stops with me. Since the Doncaster game, we’ve undoubtedly improved and we haven’t lost many [at Blundell Park] since as a result.”

For Swindon, interim head coach Gavin Gunning got a chance to look at some young and upcoming talent in the game with their safety already secured as he reflected on a difficult campaign with one game still to play.

He said: “The composure Harley [Hunt] has shown in the game is fantastic and the young players are learning all the time and doing brilliant stuff at the same time. They’ve made mistakes but they’re learning from them which is part of the process.

“It’s been a bad season – we had a good first eight games but after that it has not been good enough and it is as simple as that. We stemmed the tide to start with [after the managerial change] and we’ve had to look at things differently in recent weeks.

“The last two games have been about giving some of the younger players a chance.

“We could’ve been ruthless and not given them a chance but when you know you’re safe, having won three out of the previous four, it is key to take this chance to see what the youth players can do at this level.”

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