Doncaster Rovers could virtually guarantee promotion this weekend with a victory over Plymouth.
But the League 2 leaders have been preparing in a rather unusual way - with a trip to the bingo.
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Lincoln City have missed out on a first ever trip to Wembley, after being held to a one all draw by York City in the second leg of their FA Trophy Semi-Final at Sincil Bank. It was enough to give York a 3-2 aggregate win. Lincoln are now free to concentrate on promotion back to the Football League.
Fans are celebrating at York City who - despite their ongoing battle against relegation from the National League - are through to the final of the FA Trophy at Wembley.
Scott Fenwick's extra time penalty earned the Minstermen a one all draw in the second leg of the semi-final at Lincoln City - enough for a 3-2 aggregate win.
York City make it to the FA Trophy Final at Wembley winning 2-3 on aggregate.
Cleethorpes Town FC reach the FA Vase Final at Wembley. 1-0 on the day and 2-1 on aggregate.
Lincoln City have crashed out of the FA Trophy semi-final after York City won on aggregate.
A hard-fought battle went to extra time when York City's Scott Fenwick converted a 104th minute penalty after a hand ball from Terry Hawkridge.
Full Time score 1-1 (2-3 agg).
York City will now face Macclesfield in the final at Wembley.
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Rotherham United could be relegated to League One this weekend, if results go against them.
The Millers have won just four games all season.
This weekend face QPR in West London - where relegation to the third tier could be confirmed with eight games to go.
The South Yorkshire club will be relegated if:
- They lose, relegation rivals Blackburn and Nottingham Forest both win, and Burton Albion avoid defeat.
- Blackburn win, Burton avoid defeat and Forest pick up a point. Rotherham would then only be able to draw level on points with Forest - and go down on goal difference.
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Thousands of them travelled to the capital and as they poured out of the Emirates Stadium, despite the result, they could not have been more proud.
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