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Lee Bradbury pre Solihull Moors

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By Henry Deacon (@H_Deaconmedia)

Havant and Waterlooville manager Lee Bradbury still believes that the Hawks can stay in The National League ahead of our clash with title challengers Solihull tomorrow. 

A defeat tomorrow could mathematically relegate the Hawks, however a surprise win at the Automated Technology Group Stadium and results going our way could cut the gap to six points going into the Easter weekend double header. 

Although the mission is a tough one, it's not one which is impossible, meaning anything could happen. 

Speaking ahead of the game Bradbury said: "There's four games left now which we have to get maximum points out of. 

"It's a big game. There's expectancy levels on both teams, they want to win, must win for different reasons. 

"I have to say that Tim Flowers has done a great job up at Solihull to be in the position that they are in, but that is not our concern tomorrow, we have to go and perform to the best of our ability for the whole time. 

"At this time it looks difficult for us, but stranger things have happened. Clubs have got out of worse positions than we have been in at the moment and we just have to try and go and win."

It seems as if it is Mission Improbable for the Hawks to survive, bookmakers are offering odds of 1/16 on relegation, but it is not mission Impossible and as long as we have a mathematical chance, the gaffer will not give up hope. 

"I was saying to the players before, whether your top of the league, bottom of the league or already relegated or already promoted you should have your own standards from within to give the best you can. 

"I know my players will do that, it remains to be seen whether we come up short or not but we are going to kick and fight for every ball and point available between now and the last kick of the season."

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