Here are Wednesday 26th March's hot topics in the eyes of the media that cover The Football League:
Rudy's delight as Rovers claim a point (Lancashire Telegraph): Blackburn Rovers' outside hopes of a top-six place remain alive after Rudy Gestede scored a dramatic injury-time equaliser to earn a deserved 3-3 draw at fellow Play-Off outsiders Watford last night.
Huddersfield Town boss Mark Robins looks to James Vaughan-Nahki Wells partnership, when the time is right (Huddersfield Examiner): Huddersfield Town boss Mark Robins says he will play Nahki Wells and James Vaughan together, when the time is right.
Giuseppe Sannino admits those associated with Watford deserve better (Watford Observer): Giuseppe Sannino admitted everyone associated with Watford deserves more when it comes to the club's performances and league position.
Kenny Jackett: There haven't been any offers for Jamie O'Hara (Birmingham Mail): Jamie O'Hara remains in limbo just 48 hours before his chances of leaving Wolves on loan disappear until the summer.
Sheffield United: Fire us into Play-Offs, says Clough (Sheffield Star): Nigel Clough challenged Conor Coady to fire Sheffield United into Play-Off contention following last night's victory over Crawley Town.
Posh at Wembley: Ferguson's painful roll of honour (Peterborough Telegraph): Exclusive preview from PT's 24-page JPT Wembley Final supplement - out Thursday: Darren Ferguson nearly broke his neck celebrating a goal in the Football League Trophy Final.
Bradford City fans right to have a go, says Phil Parkinson (Telegraph and Argus): Phil Parkinson admitted that City deserved to be booed off after their abject home loss to Walsall.
York City boss applauds loan keeper Nick Pope after fifth successive clean sheet (York Press): York City manager Nigel Worthington wants to bring on-loan Charlton keeper Nick Pope to Bootham Crescent on a permanent basis.
Cheltenham Town: Our fans do not lack passion - Robins Trust (Gloucestershire Echo): The Robins Trust have hit out at claims that Cheltenham Town supporters are lacking passion.
Phil Brown keen to extend Jamar Loza's loan spell at Southend United from Norwich City (Southend Echo): Southend United manager Phil Brown is keen to extend Jamar Loza's loan spell until the end of the season.
Holmes: We're not carrying out manager's instructions (The News): Ricky Holmes slammed the lack of defensive aggression which led to Pompey's downfall against Rochdale.
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