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Could March Be Make Or Break For Swansea?

Could March Be Make Or Break For Swansea?

Next month could potentially prove to be make or break for Swansea City's season, as we play 6 games in the space of just 18 days.

Martinez's side are looking good bets to finish in the play-offs this season, and March will be vital to us achieving a top 6 place.

With our game at QPR postponed, and now re-arranged for Tuesday 17th March, that means we'll play on 4 consecutive Tuesday's as well as having a game every Saturday.

by GThomas
"It'll be hard averaging a game every 3 days but i'm confident we'll come through."
That's a lot of games for us in little time, but judging from how we've coped with injuries and a busy schedule so far this year, we should pass with flying colours.

We've lost the likes of Darren Pratley, Ferrie Bodde and Marcos Painter, 3 regular first teamers, but we've gone 15 games unbeaten without them, and yesterday we proved again that we can cope with Premiership opposition.

Portsmouth were beaten 2-0 by us on their own patch, and Fulham are lucky to still be in the FA Cup after yesterday's dominant performance.

If we can maintain our current form for the remainder of the season, we'll get 78 points, definitely enough to ensure we extend our season in May.

Our remaining fixtures are also interesting, as only 4 of our 15 remaining opponents are currently in the top half of the table.

Can the Swans maintain their impressive form during a very busy period in March?

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Writer:VitalSwansea
Date:Sunday February 15 2009
Time: 4:33PM

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