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Always Dare To Dream
Saturday, 27th Apr 2019 07:00 by Planet Swans (follow us on Twitter @swansnews)

Well, somehow we go into the last week of the season with a play off dream just alive thanks largely to some excellent home form and the lack of form of some of the sides against us.

Two home wins in the next few days should see us head to Blackburn on the final day with that dream alive but, with six straight home wins behind us we know that all good runs have to come to an end just as easy as our poor away form ended at Ipswich on Easter Monday.

It seems impossible to think that we may sneak into the play offs via the back door but stranger things have happened in football and it is testament to the work done by Graham Potter and his staff that we have got this far. Indeed, had we shown any real ambition in the two transfer windows this season we could be in a much stronger position but let's hope that whatever happens we learn lessons ahead of next season.

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Leroy Fer and Joe Rodon could play a bigger part having both returned from injury as late substitutes on Monday.

Mid-table Hull will be without Bournemouth loanee Marc Pugh who has returned to his parent club after breaking his toe.

With no chance of going up or down Hull boss Nigel Adkins is likely to give chances to a number of younger players.

Boss Graham Potter is taking it one game at a time though "It's great for us to still be involved in the last week," he said in his press conference today.

"Realistically we have to win all of our games and even then it might not be enough.

"But it's the Championship - at this stage of the season funny results happen. We need to focus on ourselves and try to win against Hull."

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