Predictions – 26th March

Tuesday, 26 March 2002, 0:00
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It’s congratulations to Plymouth Argyle who no matter what the predictions say are now the first English league side to gain promotion this season. Well done to all the boys from Home Park.
Elsewhere, a win for Cheltenham means they add to the pressure on Mansfield in 3rd place with now just one point predicted to be the difference between the two sides at the end of the season whilst a win for York means that Halifax could find themselves all but mathematically relegated on Saturday.
For the record, the promotion target at the moment is 81 points and the play-off target 69. Here are the tables.

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