Supercomputer predicts League Two table after boosts for Doncaster Rovers, Bradford City and Harrogate Town

The end of the League Two season is approaching and there is plenty to be decided.

A lot of the excitement can be found in the hunt for the play-offs, which is proving to be fascinating. There was another twist yesterday (April 11), when Morecambe were slapped with a three-point deduction.

The punishment put a severe dent in their play-off hopes and moved Bradford City up in the table. Graham Alexander’s men have endured a turbulent campaign but recently returned to winning ways with a 1-0 victory over Gillingham.

Despite the win, their play-off hopes remain incredibly faint. Doncaster Rovers, on the other hand, are the division’s form side having bounced back from a difficult start to the season in style.

They now sit 10th, just four points adrift of the top seven. Grant McCann’s side are level on points with Harrogate Town, although have a game in hand on the Sulphurites.

Ahead of another weekend of League Two action, here is how the Football Web Pages supercomputer expects the final table to look.

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