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Airdrie boss targets League One momentum but warns Diamonds not immune to Covid havoc

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Airdrie manager Ian Murray says continued results will be key in the League One title race - but Covid could have its say too.The Diamonds face Dumbarton today and sit third in the league, a promotion play-off spot.

They are eight points off top side Cove Rangers with a game in hand while they sit one win off Montrose in second.Murray's men have won five of their last seven games in all competitions and the Airdrie boss says it bodes well for their promotion hopes after beating Alloa and Queen's Park in the last week.But they won't look too far ahead of themselves: "Results do build momentum.

When you win a game, you want another one really soon after it."We just need to make sure we're recovering them well now."All of us in the top four

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