If Peterborough are eventually relegated, they certainly can’t be accused of going down without a fight, Darren Ferguson’s men having lost just one of their last eleven matches.
Posh however, aren’t necessarily destined for League One, in fact they can give themselves a genuine chance of survival this weekend by beating fellow strugglers Sheffield Wednesday.
The Owls are four points clear of danger and with the carrot of safety dangling in front of them at London Road, some might fancy them at 9/4 with Stan James to land all three points.
The hosts however, have been strong recently on their own patch, where their last three have seen them beat champions Cardiff and promotion-chasing Watford and draw with fourth-placed Brighton so a home win gets the nod at 7/5 via BetVictor.
There’s still a major battle going on for the play-off places and Bolton are great value at 19/10 courtesy of Betfred to boost their top six chances by securing a maximum haul at table-topping Cardiff.
The Bluebirds will be lifting the Championship trophy after the match so they’ve got little to play for and the Trotters’ extra intensity can see them spoil the party a touch in South Wales.
At the bottom meanwhile, desperate Wolves can register a crucial victory at home to out-of-form Burnley, a result BetVictor price at 11/8. The hosts have lost three of their last four but their last home match saw them beat second-placed Hull so they should have enough to sneak past a Clarets side whose only triumph in nine came against relegated Bristol City.
Treble on Peterborough, Bolton and Wolves – 16/1 (BetVictor)