Alexander wants six points

Fleetwood manager Graham Alexander has called on his side to finish the campaign with two victories.

Last Updated: 19/04/13 at 14:32

Graham Alexander: Hoping to gatecrash the play-offs

Graham Alexander: Hoping to gatecrash the play-offs

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The Cod Army are currently five points behind Bradford in the last play-off spot with two games remaining.

The first of those is the clash with fellow play-off hopefuls Chesterfield on Saturday.

Alexander said: "Wins in the last two games would put us right up there.

"A few teams are clinging on in hope of a slip up amongst the teams just above and ourselves and Chesterfield are in that group.

"It's going to be a challenge. Chesterfield play good football and I know Paul Cook from his time at Burnley and his Accrington Stanley days as manager.

"Paul likes his teams to get the football down and play attractively."

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