Plymouth Argyle manager John Sheridan says his side must win their next two games if they are to have a chance of making the League Two play-offs.
Monday's which followed a has seen them slip out of the top seven places with five games left.
They host struggling Mansfield and mid-table Wimbledon in their next fixtures.
"We've got two massive games now at home. I feel as though we've got to win both of the games," Sheridan said.
Argyle have won just two of their last nine games and are a point outside the play-off spots.
They are also level on points with Devon rivals Exeter City, who have won five of their eight matches since being beaten 3-1 by Argyle in February.
"We've just got to look after ourselves, and if we get maximum points from the next two games I'm sure we'll be back in the play-offs," Sheridan added to BBC Radio Devon.
"I'd like to think we're going to work very hard to try to win both games. They're massive games for us - really important games."