Looking ahead to next season who do we think the strongest teams may be? Granted it’s a bit early considering there has been little transfer business done. However, going off LP’s comments, and similar from Colchester United’s last season too I would expect to see us both towards the right end of the table if what we were told about coming out the other end of Covid stronger is to stand up.
Of course, Rochdale, Northampton Town, Swindon Town and Bristol Rovers have dropped down from League One, and three of Morecambe, Newport, Tranmere and Forest Green will be staying with us.
From the National League, if Sutton United win tomorrow then they will be promoted into the EFL for the first time in their 123-year history, if not, it it between them and Torquay for the automatic place. If Sutton do win, one of Torquay, Stockport County, Hartlepool, Notts County, Wrexham, Chesterfield, Bromley, Eastleigh or FC Halifax could join them through the play-off (only 6 of those will compete the play-offs but all have a chance of being involved at the moment).