Judge makes case for play-offs

Alan Judge believes Notts County still have a realistic chance of creeping into the League One play-off places.

Last Updated: 04/03/13 at 16:18

Alan Judge: Eyeing solid run

Alan Judge: Eyeing solid run

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The Irishman scored the decisive goal in Saturday's win over Carlisle to close the gap on the top six to eight points.

Chris Kiwomya's side are unbeaten in their last five and Judge believes that momentum will help them, even the state of the pitch at Meadow Lane does not.

"Those games, you've just got to win them, because there's not going to be much football played on that pitch," he told the club's official website.

"But, that's the way it goes, the groundsmen are doing as much as they can, because we've got the rugby on it, but we'll do what we can.

"The games are coming thick an fast and the show of a good team is when you can keep winning or at least make sure you don't lose.

"We're on a good roll at the minute and that's five unbeaten so we'll give everything we can until it's not possible."

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