Notts County managed to claim all three points against Grimsby Town on Saturday as they ran out 2-1 winners at Meadow Lane to take their fight for League Two survival to the final day of the season.
The breakthrough for the Magpies came in the second half when a cross from Mitch Rose took a deflection before finding its way through to Craig Mackail-Smith, who touched it into the net at the far post.
Harry Clifton then went on to turn the ball into his own net to make the game safe for Neal Ardley's side, before Alex Whitmore scored a consolation six minutes into stoppage time.
With Macclesfield Town having won their game away at Port Vale, however, Notts are two points adrift of safety going into their 46th game.
They must win at Swindon Town and hope the Silkmen lose their next match to survive in the Football League.
Pride of Nottingham was at Meadow Lane for the occasion and was on hand to take photos of fans.
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