Two teams, Swindon and Shrewsbury, are already up but the final automatic promotion place in League Two remains up-for-grabs and three sides are in the hunt.
BetVictor make Southend 2/7 to do their chances the power of good by defeating relegated Macclesfield, who are without a win of any kind in 2012. A victory for either Crawley or Torquay however, would deny the Shrimpers and of the pair it’s the Red Devils that look the most likely to ruin Southend’s day.
A significantly superior goal difference to the Gulls means that Town head to Accrington knowing that a victory will see them playing League One football next term and they’re 4/6 via Ladbrokes to get the better of a patchy Stanley side with little to play for.
For their part Torquay face a tricky trip to Hereford, who gave themselves a glimmer of hope in their survival battle last week by carding a stunning 3-0 triumph at Crawley. The Bulls can still stay up then depending on Barnet’s result and consequently, the visitors look a touch risky at 5/4 (BetVictor).
Also in League Two, Crewe need just a point to guarantee a play-off place but they can take all three against Aldershot. The Railwaymen are unbeaten in 15 and put themselves in pole position for seventh spot with a morale-boosting late leveller at Torquay last time out.
Having put in all that hard work however, they won’t want to leave anything to chance so expect Coral’s 8/11 favourites to go all out for the win rather than try and settle for a draw.
Treble on Southend, Crawley and Crewe – 27/10 (Coral)