Key Fixtures

Last updated : 15 April 2007 By Bournemouth Co-Ordinator
Bradford City (21st) host Leyton Orient (20th) at Valley Parade in a key relegation 6-pointer. A draw does neither side any favours. A win for City will see them leap frog over Leyton Orient, where as a 6th away win for the Londoners will just about secure their League One status, which could also relegate Chesterfield!

Carlisle United (7th) host Bristol City (2nd) at Brunton Park. A win for United could see them enter the play-off places (depending on results elsewhere). For Bristol City, a win could secure automatic promotion if Forest fail at the City Ground.

Cheltenham Town (19th) host Blackpool (4th). A win for the home side will secure their League One status for a 2nd season. A win for the visitors would see them secure at least a play-off place and possible edge closer to automatic promotion depending on results elsewhere.

Crewe Alexandra (13th) host Oldham Athletic (6th). A nothing game for the Alex, but key for Oldham if they want to participate in the end of season play-offs!

Northampton Town (15th) host Chesterfield (22nd). Northampton Town are now safe, Chesterfield simply have to win to keep alive their chances of staying up, anything less will almost certainly mean League Two!

Nottingham Forest (3rd) host AFC Bournemouth (18th) at the City Ground. Forest have to win to keep alive their chances of automatic promotion. For the Cherries, a win would secure their League One status, but a draw could also be enough for them.

Yeovil Town (5th) host relegated Rotherham United (23rd) at Huish Park. A nothing game for Rotherham United as they already know their fate. But for the home side there is still work to do to secure a play-off place. Defeat could see the home side slip out of the top-6 if results elsewhere go against them.