Notts County are hurt but determined to take out their frustrations out on Crawley Town, says midfielder Gary Liddle.
Notts were harshly defeated on Good Friday, after a dominant performance failed to deliver the rewards it deserved against Bristol City at Ashton Gate.
The Magpies head into the remaining three fixtures three points adrift of the sides outside the bottom four and Liddle is fully aware of what it will take to achieve The Great Escape.
He said: “We’ll rally round, we’ll not let our heads drop and we’ll be back to put things right on Monday.
“We always knew that it would go down to the final game and the lads will be prepared for that.
“Thankfully there’s a game around the corner that we have to get three points from to give ourselves a chance of escaping this.
“It’s a massive game again on Monday but what game isn’t at this stage of the season?
“There’s three huge games to come and two wins and a draw will at least be needed to get out of the situation that we’re in.
“We know what we’ve got to do and I’m pretty confident that if we can reproduce the performance we put in on Saturday we’ll be alright."
Liddle has also called for fans to get down to Meadow Lane for this massive fixture.
He continued: “The fans have been terrific all season and I’ll speak on behalf of the lads that we can’t thank them enough for the support they’ve shown both home and away.
“They are that 12th man for us and we hope that they’ll come out in numbers for the rest of the season because we’ll certainly need them.
“League 1 surivial depends on it and we know what we’ve got to do.”
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