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Cambuslang Rangers' 'Auchinleck Talbot effect' that could save them from relegation

Cambuslang Rangers boss Paul McColl says the ‘Auchinleck Talbot effect’ can save his side from relegation – but winning their remaining five games will have the same result.

Should whoever wins the Premier League title – with Clydebank currently in the driving seat – and the pyramid play-off against the East of Scotland Premier and South of Scotland champions, that will result in four teams going up from the First Division, and only two relegated.

Cambuslang were idle last weekend but travel to East Kilbride’s K-Park tonight [Wednesday] to take on 10th-placed Johnstone Burgh, before hosting bottom side Neilston on Saturday.

Maybole’s 1-0 win over Neilston left them five points clear of Camby in 13th, and with a game in hand.

But McColl says their task is quite simple when it boils down to it.

“The Maybole result makes things a wee bit harder,” he said, “but there are a few different things that can happen.

“I’m not 100 per cent certain, but if Auchinleck or somebody win the league and get out of it, I think it means four teams go up, and two go down.

“At the moment three go up and three go down, so if four go up three can’t go down, or it would be an odd number.

“That’s another way that could save somebody – but if we win our five games we stay up anyway.

“I’m not stupid, it’s a wee while since we’ve won a game, but we have been unlucky.

“In the Shotts game, we lost a couple of stupid goals and were a wee bit unlucky, but it’s never a 5-0 game.”

McColl added: “We’ll know in the next couple of games where we’re going to be. It might ding-dong to the last game or two.

“We’ll just keep pegging away and see what we can do.”

On the next two games, McColl said: “It’s Wednesday-Saturday, we’ve got two tough games, one is at