For the first time ever the final round of fixtures in the Championship will be completed midweek on a Wednesday evening.
Although Leeds United have been confirmed as champions, there is still a scrap for the one other automatic promotion spot.
West Brom, Brentford and their London rivals Fulham are the three sides in contention for the one place available.
The Baggies go into the final game only a point clear of Brentford and Fulham a further point behind.
On paper it looks likely that all three sides could win their final match, but as we know on the final day of the regular season there is always many surprises.
Brentford and Fulham will be praying that fellow London side QPR will be able to do them a favour by winning at The Hawthornes. West Brom’s form has slipped of late after not winning for three games. Despite a 4-3 victory against Millwall, Rangers form after lockdown has been poor with the club winning just twice in their last eight games.
Brentford, heading in to their final game looked the likely side who would go up with Leeds after a scintillating run of form which has seen the Bees win eight games in a row before suffering a setback with a 1-0 defeat against Stoke at the weekend.
The visitors to Griffin park are Barnsley who start the day one of the bottom of the table and two points from safety. The Tykes travel to London on the back of a fine victory at the weekend over Nottingham Forest. They know on Saturday they must win and hope other results go their way for them to be playing Championship football again next season.
Fulham make the long trip to Wigan on Wednesday and will be facing a resurgent Wigan side who are unbeaten in their last four matches. The Latics received news this week that the EFL have confirmed that Wigan will have their twelve point deduction handed out after Wednesday nights final round of matches- provided the Latics appeal against the decision, due to be heard before 27th July, isn’t upheld.
In terms of the play-off picture it is much clearer with Forest already guaranteed a play-off spot ,baring a 5 goal swing with Swansea, either Cardiff or Swansea will join them .
Cardiff entertain Hull City at the Cardiff City Stadium with Swansea facing the trip to the Madjeski Stadium to face Reading.
As it stands The Swans will have to beat Reading and hope struggling Hull can beat Cardiff. A tough ask for the Tigers who are bottom of the table. However, if they could pull of a shock it would put pressure of the other sides facing the drop along with Barnsley. Both Luton and Charlton are the two sides in most trouble, with Middlesbrough and Birmingham virtually safe.
The Hatters are at home to Blackburn Rovers, whilst Charlton travel to Leeds. Luton have hit good form of late with the Hatters unbeaten in their last four including a massive victory over Hull City on Saturday.
Charlton travel up to Yorkshire without a win in their last six games and won’t enjoy playing the newly crowned champions.
So, plenty for most teams to play for in the most competitive league in the world. Come around 9.30 on Wednesday evening we will have a clearer picture, with plenty of nails being chewed by nervous fans around the country.