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Grayson Looks Ahead To Easter Weekend

1 April 2015

Manager Simon Grayson knows the importance of the results over the Easter weekend but insists nothing is won or lost during this period as his side look to build on their eleven game unbeaten run.

North End face Rochdale at Deepdale on Friday before a trip to Valley Parade to face Bradford City on Monday and the PNE boss expects two tough games against the play-off hopefuls.

"I think over the years, in every division, everybody sort of looks at the Easter period. After the Easter games you're really down to the last sort of four or five games and that's obviously the crucial time for everybody.

"Again I don't think anything will be won or lost but obviously there might be some defining results right the way through the divisions, not just our league.

"It's a bit like the Christmas period, if you can come out with lots of points it certainly helps you in your quest for promotion, getting away from relegation or into the play-offs so I think that's how people look at it.

"We've got two tough games against two teams that are looking to get into the play-offs, Rochdale are in the play-offs, so we know it's going to be a tough task for us but obviously we're looking to keep building on what we have done so far."

To hear more from Simon Grayson ahead of Friday's game go to PNE Player by clicking here.

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