We asked our Rovers fans' jury: How do you see the League One promotion race with 10 games to go?

“A BIRD in the hand is worth two in the bush”, some say, others point to a Rovers’ team who can easily snatch a point from the jaws of victory.

Regular clichés over, I would have to say that Wigan and their arrogant striker are still in the driving seat, just.

I would be more positive if Rovers could play well for a full 90 minutes and learn how to kill teams off when they are in control. We can only hope that Wigan’s punishing schedule takes its toll and our fragile defence stops shipping sloppy goals.

Paul Yates

THE Wigan game was massive. If either side had won, it was almost a guarantee of automatic promotion.

The draw leaves Rovers in a worse position and it was definitely two points dropped. Not only because we threw away a two goal lead, but also because it gives Shrewsbury and Wigan the chance to climb back above us.

They have to win their games in hand, but it’s currently out of our hands as to whether we remain in the top two.

I still think Wigan and Rovers will go up automatically. Mowbray’s men just have to concentrate on their own games and get the job done.

Sam Jones