Evatt wary of United showdown

A point at home to Stoke kept Ian Holloway’s side out of the bottom

three courtesy of their goal difference, which is just one better

than Wigan’s. Evatt believes one more win, which would lift them to

38 points, will be enough to secure a second season in the top

flight but that it has to come in their next two matches as they

head to Old Trafford on the final day – where Manchester United

have dropped just two points all season. “Nobody knows how many

points we will need but I believe three more will be enough,” he

said. “We will be going for them on Saturday at Tottenham. If we

don’t get them there, we will be looking at a massive match against

Bolton at home. “We have to win that one really because we don’t

want to be going to Old Trafford needing a win.”