WILSON SLAMS STALEMATE SLUMP
Danny Wilson is virtually resigned to being involved in the League One play-offs after Sheffield United were held 2-2 at home to Stevenage.
A win would have taken Wilson's men back to second place above Sheffield Wednesday, who won at Brentford earlier in the day, but they now find themselves having to rely on their arch-rivals slipping up in the final game of the season.
Stevenage took a two-goal lead with goals from Joel Byrom and Scott Laird before substitute Richard Cresswell's header gave United hope of mounting a comeback. After United's Kevin McDonald put a drive narrowly wide, Matt Lowton struck in the 85th minute to set up a tense finish.
Wilson said: "It's very disappointing. We had some great chances but we didn't convert them.
"On the counter-attack they were very strong and the two goals we conceded were poor. The players fought back well but we just didn't have that bit of luck that you need.
"We still had chances right at the end but it just wasn't to be. I expect Sheffield Wednesday to win at home next week so that will mean we're in the play-offs. But if we can go to Exeter and win, we'll just see what happens."
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