As things stand Sierra Leone international defender Mustapha Dumbuya and Notts County have two matches (180 minutes) to fend off relegation and save their season.
With just six points left to play for, the Magpies have now failed to win in eleven games and sit two points from safety.
They were defeated 3-1 at home by Preston North yet again on Tuesday despite striker Spencer late goal as the home team rally in the final stages.
Is now or never, on Saturday they host Doncaster in what is already described as ‘Make or Break’ only maximum points will be expected from the home fans, before taking on a rejuvenated Gillingham side in the final day of the season May 3rd 2015 at the Priestfield Stadium.
Dumbuya, the former Portsmouth defender who was not part of the County’s side that lost to Preston is very much aware of their present position and has no doubt the club in a deep battle for survival.
He had earlier said, “We are professionals so we just have to stay positive and try fighting our way out of this position we are in,”
However, New head Coach Moniz still confident his side can pull off a great escape, he said, “The crowd must stay right behind us. We are still “alive” as he tries to motivate his players to show character ahead of the final two games of their season.
April 25, 2015- Notts County V Doncaster
May 3rd, 2015 – Gillingham V Notts County