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Ups and downs: all the possible outcomes from this weekend's games

It's the last weekend of the season. Credit: PA

CHAMPIONSHIP

Bristol City could sneak into the Championship playoffs, but it is not in their hands. The Robins must beat Hull City and hope that Derby lose and seventh-place Middlesborough fail to win.

Famara Diedhiou is Bristol City's top goal scorer this season. Credit: PA Images

LEAGUE ONE

Plymouth Argyle face a tough final fight to remain in League One. In their last game of the season they must beat Scunthorpe United at home and rely on results elsewhere. Either Southend must fail to win or Wimbledon must lose for the Pilgrims to stay in the League. Kevin Nancekivell takes them into their relegation battle after Derek Adams was sacked.

Elsewhere Bristol Rovers' League One status is secure and they will face already promoted Barnsley at the Memorial Stadium for their final game of the season.

Kevin Nancekivell was appointed Manager at Plymouth Argyle with just one game to go after Derek Adams was sacked. Credit: ITV News

LEAGUE TWO

Forest Green Rovers have already secured a playoff place but will hope to take the momentum of a win into the playoffs. They face Exeter City, with the Grecians needing a win themselves - City must better Newport's result to get into the playoffs.

Swindon Town and Cheltenham Town both sit safely in the middle of the League Two table.

Yeovil Town could finish bottom of the table after a disappointing campaign which has seen them relegated to the National League.

Junior Mondal in action for Forest Green Rovers. Credit: PA Images

NATIONAL LEAGUE SOUTH

Torquay United have been promoted to the National League after they clinched the National League South title with a 2-0 win over Eastbourne. It means the Gulls are ten points clear of Woking.

Gary Johnson is a happy man after leading the Gulls to promotion. Credit: PA Images