Northampton Town manager Chris Wilder is targeting a 'special night' as the Cobblers return to Sixfields for the first time since being crowned as League Two champions.
A sell-out crowd is expected for the visit of Crawley Town, and Wilder wants his team to get that winning feeling again after four draws in a row.
Northampton Town v Crawley Town, Sky Bet League Two, Tuesday 19 April, 19:45
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Northampton Town manager Chris Wilder has described the club's march to the League Two title as "unbelievable".
The Cobblers were crowned as champions with four games to spare following a 0-0 draw at Exeter City on Saturday.
Wilder was rewarded for his part in their promotion with the Manager of the Year prize at the Football League awards last night.
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The funeral of an eight-year-old boy from Cambridge who died after a five year battle with leukaemia will take place today, after Chelsea football star John Terry offered to pay for it.
Tommi Miller, who was 8-years-old met some of the players on a visit to his beloved football club last year.
Tommi died nearly a fortnight ago after an unsuccessful attempt to carry out a bone marrow transplant.
After hearing the news on social media, Chelsea defender Terry decided to call the funeral director and pay the £1,600 costs.
Those attending Tommi's funeral will be asked to wear either Chelsea or Cambridge United strips.
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From the brink of going out of business to sporting glory, it's been quite a year for Northampton Town now promoted to League One.
It's almost impossible to believe the ups and downs the club has been through in the last 12 months.
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The club has survived off-pitch financial problems which included one stalled takeover and potentially being wound up.
At the same time the club embarked on a record breaking run of wins, they're also in line to smash their record of matches without defeat.
On Saturday the Cobblers secured promotion from League Two after drawing 2-2 with Bristol Rovers.
An amazing end to what's been something of a rollercoaster season - both on and off the field.
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