Date: 17th April 2006 at 6:10am
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Chester City go into monday’s game against Bury looking for their sixth straight win in a row. Travelling to Gigg Lane on Easter Monday, Chester boss Mark Wright is confidence City have survived the dreaded drop.

Speaking after beating Wycombe Wanderers 1-0 on Saturday afternoon, Wright told to waiting Press reporters: ‘Some of the results went for us today and I think if we were to go down with 52 points that would be a first ever in any League.

‘We have got to go to Bury on Monday, be confident, and if you get a result then that is definitely safety. We are confident, we are strong, we are organised, and one more win should do it.’