The final day of the League One season looms and though the automatic promotion spots are already in the bag, the relegation spots are very much up in the air, with five sides mathematically in a position where they could join already relegated Bradford City in League Two next season.
AFC Wimbledon will hope they have already done enough, but Southend United, Plymouth Argyle, Walsall and Scunthorpe all have something to play for as they battle to maintain their League One status.
So, who is going down and staying up in League One this season?
“It is extremely hard to call isn’t it?
“I fear for Southend, welcoming Sunderland on the final day. The Black Cats will be desperate to take a strong result into the play-offs and think they could hammer the Shrimpers.
“I fancy Walsall to see off Shrewsbury too after how convincingly they beat Peterborough last week.”
“It is so, so tough to call this season, as the relegation battle is more intense than it probably ever has been.
“I can see Plymouth dropping down – they have been all over the place this week, and I think the sacking of Derek Adams has come at the worst possible time in all honesty.
“I do fancy Southend’s chances of avoiding the drop – I think that despite playing a good team in Sunderland, they might make a few changes ahead of the play-offs, so I think they will be okay.”
“I think Plymouth, Southend and Scunthorpe could be struggling.
“I can’t really see either Plymouth or Scunthorpe getting a result when they play each other, which could drag them both into the bottom four.
“Southend will find it tough to get a win against Sunderland, while I think Walsall will beat Shrewsbury after their victory over Peterborough last week.”