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Colchester United boss, John McGreal, has described today's home showdown with in-form Tranmere Rovers as the "hardest game of the season."

Mikael Mandron insists that he and his Colchester United team-mates are "still confident" of finishing in the League Two play-off zone this season.

Colchester United's midfield crisis shows no sign of easing, although Ben Stevenson has suffered no reaction to his recent groin injury, and fellow midfielder Tom Lapslie has at least returned to training.

Colchester United correspondent Carl Marston assesses the chances of the U's finishing the season in the League Two play-off zone.

Colchester United produced one of their best performances of the season, inspired by some electric displays from their many attackers, to completely outplay Newport County on Saturday.

Colchester United boss, John McGreal, is ready to risk a few boos from supporters to make the right decisions with regards introducing substitutes.

Frankie Kent chose the perfect time to score his fourth goal of the season, and his third in the league, when stooping to nod home an 84th minute equaliser to secure a point from Saturday's 1-1 draw against Carlisle United.

Colchester United are showing signs that they are the genuine article, with regards being strong promotion contenders this season.

Colchester United will be sweating on a late fitness test for midfielder Tim Lapslie, ahead of tomorrow's home test against Carlisle United.

Colchester United are playing like a team who can win promotion this season.

John McGreal faces a few pleasant selection headaches, following the impressive displays of new recruits Abo Eisa and Callum Roberts as substitutes last weekend, for tomorrow's visit of Cheltenham Town.

Luke Norris has returned to training, after his latest ankle injury, and could even be involved in Colchester United's home match against Cheltenham Town on Saturday.

Colchester United face a key next couple of days, even though they won't be kicking a ball in anger.

Colchester United will almost certainly need to recruit another attacking player, during this month's transfer window, if they are to sustain their League Two promotion push.

Colchester United are still very much in the promotion race, but Saturday's rollercoaster ride suggests that they are not quite good enough to make the top three automatic places.

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