It has been a thoroughly entertaining season in League One and it was Luton Town and Barnsley who claimed the automatic promotion spots to the second-tier.
Now, however, attention quickly turns to this weekend with the play-offs just hours away and all the excitement, nerves and heartbreak that accompanies them
Portsmouth and Sunderland take each other on it what looks to be the most enticing semi-final but the clash between Doncaster and Charlton on Sunday is equally as mouthwatering.
It is the battle between 3rd and 6th. Charlton leapt above both the Black Cats and Pompey on the final day of the season whilst Grant McCann’s Donny secured the final spot on the same day.
Lee Bowyer’s Addicks finished 15 points better off in the league season and go into the clash as convincing favourites. But this is the play-offs and anything can and will happen.
So, how will he line his side up at the Keepmoat on Sunday?
If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it. That will surely be Bowyer’s mantra ahead of Sunday.
He may make one change to his defence with Lewis Page returning to left-back in place of Ben Purrington to play alongside Sarr, Bauer and Dijksteel.
The midfield four picks itself with classy technicians Cullen and Morgan either side of the rock-solid Bielik with Joe Aribo pulling the strings behind Lyle Taylor and Josh Parker in attack.