Topic Originator: Stanza
Date: Sat 3 Apr 21:17
Football managers should only take matches one at a time, and avoid looking too far ahead. As fans, we have the liberty to indulge ourselves.
While Ayr United can`t be totally ruled out, it does look as if the three play-off spots will be contested by five teams: Raith, Dundee, Dunfermline, ICT and QoS. And if Dundee win at Ayr on Tuesday it`s going to be hard to dislodge them and Raith from the play-off spots.
The run-ins for each team are:
RAITH: Arbroath (H), QoS (A), Alloa (A), Dundee (A), Hearts (H)
DUNDEE: Ayr (A), Morton (H), Dunfermline (A) ICT (A), Raith (H), QoS (A)
DUNFERMLINE: Ayr (A), Dundee (H), QoS (H), Arbroath (H), Alloa (A)
ICT: Morton (A), QoS (A), Dundee (H), Hearts (A), Ayr (H)
QOS: ICT (H), Raith (H), Dunfermline (A), Ayr (A), Dundee (H)
The places might be determined by how well QoS do - they have to play all four other contenders, three of them at Dumfries.
On paper Dunfermline have got the easiest run-in. Pity the games are played on grass.
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