FOREST GREEN ROVERS have just four games left to save their season and avoid their second successive relegation. 

Rooted at the bottom of the table with a tough fixture list to play out, it seems a monumental task for Steve Cotterill's side after Saturday's 2-0 home defeat against MK Dons. 

Forest Green are bottom, although only three points behind Sutton in 22nd, who also lost on Saturday. 

But Forest Green face back-to-back matches against Mansfield Town and Wrexham on Tuesday and Saturday respectively, two teams who are still fighting for one of the three coveted automatic places. 

Following these games, FGR face Morecombe away, who may still be in contention for the play-offs by the penultimate match of the season. 

FGR's only remaining home game of the season is against mid-table Notts County, who will only have pride to play for. 

But this home encounter may be too late to save their season. 

And worse still, Colchester United, occupying 23rd place with a two point cushion over Forest Green, have five games left to play at the time of writing, that is, two more matches than FGR. 

It therefore seems a really tall order for Forest Green to stay up. 

But with four games left and it all to play for, you just never know.