Robredo also acknowledged the uphill fight
that the Otso Diretso candidates are facing.
League One Doncaster could be a third but face an uphill fight
after they fell behind toCrystal Palace.
Lopez Obrador faces an uphill fight
against a practice that locals say is deeply rooted in the poor rural areas where pipelines pass, covered by only a foot or two of dirt.
But that measure faces an uphill fight
to getting a vote as part of the Senate's debate on a mammoth Defense, Health and Human Services, Education and Labor spending bill.
Rees Smith made it 2-0 in 52 minutes to give Fallin an uphill fight
but despite promptings from skipper Alastair Brown, a goal was nowhere to be seen.
While a push to ban automatic weapons faces an uphill fight
regardless of the sickening phenomenon of school shootings, the need to protect students demands an immediate review of operational procedures while debate rages over what to do with automatic weapons.
However, with budget phones becoming more and more powerful, and Chrome coming pre-installed in them, it is going to be an uphill fight
for the China-based mobile browser to stay on top.
ATLETICO MADRID face an uphill fight
to qualify after being held to a 1-1 draw at home by Group C minnows Qarabag.
I thought it was an uphill fight
but that we had a shot.
Pledged delegates are real," Sanders said, while acknowledging it's an uphill fight
. "Hillary Clinton will not have the requisite number of pledged delegates to win the Democratic nomination at the end of the nominating process on June 14.
The Wearsiders now face an uphill fight
to finish runners-up and qualify for the Champions League, their last two games against Arsenal and title favourites Chelsea.
The inseparable pair were both born prematurely, each facing an uphill fight
as their anxious parents watched on.
Therefore, any land operation against ISIL inside Syria will be an uphill fight
for the Turkish military.
Senate Republicans would face an uphill fight
to revive Yucca Mountain even if they do win back a majority in November, something that's far from assured.