Tate appeals for 'right spirit'

02 April 2009 12:18
Failure to win could leave them with a huge uphill task as they will only have five games to make the top six. [LNB]They would then be relying on other teams to slip up and hopefully take advantage, but Tate remains confident. [LNB]"Every game is a must-win game for the club," said Tate who is hoping to overcome an ankle injury in time for the clash at Ninian Park. [LNB]"We both probably need to win as much as each other, us probably more than them because they are still in the play-offs. [LNB]"If we win on Sunday and a couple of results go our way on Saturday, then why not? [LNB]"It is a mathematical possibility [of making the play-offs], although it looks hard, but Sunday will go a long way to prove if we are going to do it or not." [LNB]The match is the Swans' last scheduled visit to Ninian Park before Cardiff move to the new Cardiff City Stadium a stone's throw away from the old ground. [LNB]The two sides drew 2-2 in the league in November at the Liberty Stadium, but Swansea won the Carling Cup clash 1-0 two months earlier.

Source: BBC_Sport