Nottingham Forest and Hull City square up against each other this weekend at the City Ground, with both sides in need of three points if they are to keep alive their outside hopes of a play-off place.
Forest come into the match on the back of only one win in four, which is hardly promotion form, whilst Hull are on the back of back-to-back wins, the latest a 2-0 win over a resurgent Birmingham City.
So are the play-off hopes of the potential loser in this one over?
“Yes, the winner is too.
“I can’t see either in the top six.
“It’s a shame because any team in tenth or eleventh on valentine’s Day could have made a surge.
“They’ve all passed the buck.”
“I don’t think they would 100 per cent be out, as it would depend on other results.
“But if either loses, and results go against them, it could be a hard push to get back into contention.
“One game less and three points less to play four means less chance of closing the gap.”
“I can’t see Forest or Hull getting top six.
“There inconsistent form just screams to me that they’re not going to push up the table and snatch a spot.
“Hull arguably have the better chance in my eyes, though it’s a long shot now for me.”