Dale full strength for Barnet trip

Rochdale boss Keith Hill has no major concerns as his promoted side end their League Two campaign at relegation-threatened Barnet on Saturday.

Last Updated: 07/05/10 at 16:22

Hill: Has enjoyed a successful season

Hill: Has enjoyed a successful season

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The Spotland outfit travel to the capital aiming to halt a dismal three-match losing streak which has ended their hopes of securing the League Two title.

Yet they could still claim a runners-up spot behind champions Notts County if they can better Bournemouth's result at Chesterfield.

Hill's men have a far superior goal difference to the second-placed Cherries but lie one point behind them with one match remaining.

Hill and assistant Dave Flitcroft this week signed new two-year deals and the latter said: "We'll get to the summer and have a look back at what we have achieved, what we can build on and the success we have enjoyed."

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