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Harrogate skipper sends pre-Leyton Orient message, Wrexham stopper rivals Liverpool ace plus Hartlepool hope for fitness boost: National League preview

There are just three games to go in the National League - and plenty still to play for in England's fifth tier.

We take a closer look at the latest round of games ahead of Good Friday's action-packed fixture list, as well as what to keep an eye throughout the afternoon.

After three games without a win, Orient have recorded two consecutive victories to move back to the top of the table. Harrogate are also in the mix for promotion and are five points inside the play-off places.

1. Game of the weekend: Leyton Orient v Harrogate Town

After three games without a win, Orient have recorded two consecutive victories to move back to the top of the table. Harrogate are also in the mix for promotion and are five points inside the play-off places.
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Harrogate captain Josh Falkingham is happy to go into the game as underdogs. All the talk is about Leyton Orient and thats fine with us. Weve got to do what weve got to do and we have got clear heads," he said.

2. 'We're happy to go under the radar' says Harrogate skipper

Harrogate captain Josh Falkingham is happy to go into the game as underdogs. All the talk is about Leyton Orient and thats fine with us. Weve got to do what weve got to do and we have got clear heads," he said.
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With just one team set to go up automatically, Salford are just two points behind Orient with three games to go. The Ammies face an away trip to Boreham Wood this weekend.

3. Salford could still win automatic promotion

With just one team set to go up automatically, Salford are just two points behind Orient with three games to go. The Ammies face an away trip to Boreham Wood this weekend.
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Solihull are also in with a shout and are just one point behind Salford (three behind Orient). Moors will visit 13th-place Bromley on Friday.

4. Solihull Moors are also in the mix

Solihull are also in with a shout and are just one point behind Salford (three behind Orient). Moors will visit 13th-place Bromley on Friday.
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