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Better late than never, right? Perhaps a metaphor for, er …………. Good Morning! And welcome to the last edition of the podcast for the thrill ride that was the 2018-19 season. You might find other ways to describe this year. But notwithstanding a final show sometime over the next month, this is indeed the final regular edition of the show, as Nick and Stu look back at the Bradford draw that kept us in League One.

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All the relegation permutations have been written up in a comprehensive way by the BBC Sport web site. If you’re ready for a headache, check them out here. The key line to summarise the predicament are still in is that goal difference means a draw may not be enough to keep us in League One.

Joe Pigott has been named as EFL SkyBet Player Of The Month for April. He beat Jim McNulty, Alex Mowatt, and Stu’s favourite Lyle Taylor to the award. Well done Pig.

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Six coaches are fully booked for a visit to Bradford. Even though there has been some demand for a seventh, the club has said that six is our limit due to a lack of volunteers to steward the buses. The club are expecting upwards of 1,600 fans to travel to Valley Parade in what will be the highest away turnout since Charlton in 2016.

Wally has declared everybody fit for this Saturday. Scott Wagstaff is the only absentee, as he was ruled out for the rest of the season after the Luton match. Otherwise, everyone is fit, with Rod McDonald recovering from a knock to be in training this week.

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Congratulations to Luton Town and Barnsley on winning promotion to The Championship. Defeats for Sunderland (2-1 at Fleetwood) and Portsmouth (3-2 at home to Peterborough) last night mean that both sides will have to settle for a play-off spot. Peterborough’s win means they could still pip Doncaster to the final play-off place.

We will have fans in two different stands at Bradford. The initial allocation in the Midland Road stand down the side appears to have been sold, and supporters are now receiving tickets for the two-tier TL Dallas stand behind the goal, which we have not been in since an old Nationwide Division One game in 2001 (drew 3-3).

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