With just two games of the season remaining, a win for Cheltenham Town on Saturday against Bradford should guarantee them a place in the League Two play-offs.
The Robins are sixth in League Two with 71 points. Crewe occupy the final play-off place just one point behind. There are several teams that can still make the play-offs. Oxford and Gillingham, with 68 and 66 points respectively, have the best chance if Cheltenham or Crewe drop points. Rotherham and Aldershot need to win both their final games if they are to have any chance of sneaking in.
It's been a good season for Cheltenham. After finishing 17th last season, many tipped them for relegation this year. But they have proved their doubters wrong and even occupied the automatic promotion places for the winter months, after an unbeaten run of ten games.
A poor run of form in March and six consecutive away defeats have ended Town's hopes of a top three finish, but their home form since has been good. Saturday's opponents Bradford have nothing to play for after securing their League Two status, so Mark Yates' men are confident of a win.