There is still plenty to play for in the Premier League and English Football League. Here, Press Association Sport looks at the issues that can be settled this week.
With the top of the Premier League pretty much decided, the intrigue comes at the bottom. West Brom's late rally appears to be too little, too late as any win for 17th-placed Swansea in their remaining three matches would condemn the Baggies to demotion.
Stoke, in 19th, could claim a maximum of 36 points, so if West Ham and Huddersfield claim two points (out of a possible nine) and Swansea claim four (out of nine), the Potters would be demoted. Southampton, in 18th, have nine points available and could claim a maximum of 41 with three wins. Crystal Palace, Bournemouth and Watford, all with 38 points, appear safe, while 14th-placed Brighton are a point worse off, but should survive.
Manchester United's win over Arsenal on Sunday saw them secure a Champions League qualifying place behind record-chasing champions Manchester City.
A win for Liverpool at Chelsea on Sunday would ensure the Reds a place in the competition they are still trying to win and effectively end fifth-placed Chelsea's bid. Tottenham are the other team in contention, but the Blues must hope for Spurs to slip up.
Arsenal need four more points from three matches to be confirmed in sixth. Burnley require just a point to secure seventh and a place in Europe for the first time in more than 50 years.
Wolves have been confirmed as Championship winners, with one round of matches to go on Sunday. Cardiff will join Wolves in being promoted automatically to the Premier League with victory at home to Reading. If Cardiff fail to win and Fulham claim three points at Birmingham, the Cottagers will go up in second place.
Aston Villa and Middlesbrough's places in the play-offs are confirmed, with Derby needing a point against Barnsley - barring a major swing in goal difference - to clinch sixth and the final play-off place ahead of Preston, who play Burton. Millwall also can sneak into sixth but will need an unlikely set of results.
Sunderland have been condemned to a second successive relegation and Bolton will join them unless they can beat Nottingham Forest and other results go their way. Barnsley are currently out of the drop zone on goal difference, so Burton must better Barnsley's result to stay up. Reading and Birmingham, with 43 points, are not yet safe. A point for either side should confirm their status.
Wigan need a point in League One to be confirmed as champions ahead of Blackburn, who have also been promoted. Wigan play at Doncaster and Blackburn are at home to Oxford.
Rotherham and Scunthorpe are in the play-offs with third-placed Shrewsbury, meaning the final spot looks like going to Charlton, unless they lose at Rochdale, Plymouth beat Gillingham and there is a six-goal swing.
MK Dons and Bury are already demoted and Northampton are effectively down, due to their goal difference, but could still have a say in the survival race. Northampton play Oldham, who must match or better Rochdale's result against Charlton. Rochdale have a superior goal difference to their Lancashire rivals.
Accrington have been promoted as champions, with Luton and Wycombe joining them in going up automatically. Exeter and Notts County are in the play-offs. Coventry and Lincoln, who play Morecambe and Yeovil respectively, should also be in the play-offs. Defeat for either side could see Mansfield creep in by beating Crawley.
Barnet will join Chesterfield in dropping out of the English Football League, unless they beat the Spireites and Morecambe lose. A draw at Coventry should see Morecambe stay up.