And Now The End Is Near

Last updated : 19 April 2002 By Andy Beill
There will definitely be a change at left-back with Jason Van Blerk released during the week. Andy Holt could move from left-wing to full back, or youngsters Steve Burton or Nathan Peat could get their first tastes of senior football.

There will also be a free space on the bench after Adrian Caceres was shown the door. Ben Morley be given a last chance to impress before his contract expires in the summer.

Manager Jan Molby said of the mentality going into the game: "It's difficult to predict what's going to happen because neither side has anything to play for apart from pride. But it is a local derby and we'd like to finish the season with a win.
"It's very much the case that a few of the guys are playing for their futures and we've already released four of the five guys who are out of contract.
"There's only Ben Morley left who we're yet to make a decision on but I can say that we'll also be looking at a few of the contracted players and circulating their names to other clubs.
"We have to decide who they are going to be and it's a process that will take place over the next few weeks.
"If we're going to let people go we want to do it early enough so that they can get fixed up elsewhere."

Expected line-up (4-4-2): Glennon; Petty, Whittle, Mohan, Holt; Matthews, Johnsson, Greaves, Beresford; Alexander, Dudfield.
Subs: Musselwhite, Edwards, Morley, Philpott, Williams.

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