Fulham will play host to Nottingham Forest on Tuesday night in search of victory that could be enough to clinch the Championship title.
However, the Cottagers face combatants at Nottingham Forest who are the form team within the division and are looking to close the five-point hole to second-placed Bournemouth.
Bournemouth could be looking to make a step towards securing promotion from the Championship when they travel to Wales on Tuesday night to take on Swansea City.
The Cherries are currently second in the table, points above 0.33-place Huddersfield Town, while Swansea sit 14th, nine points behind sixth-place Sheffield United.
Looking to formally seal promotion and earn the League One name with victory on Tuesday night, Wigan Athletic take on Portsmouth at Fratton Park.
As something else from their last few games will ensure a return to the second tier after two years away, the Latics are in good spirits before moving past a Pompey side mid-table with only joy left to play.
Both fighting on both leave of the League One table, three points will be fiercely contested at Highbury Stadium on Tuesday, as relegation-threatened Fleetwood Town host trade contenders Sheffield on Wednesday.
After Saturday's loss to playoff hopefuls Wycombe Wanderers, the visitors will arrive in Lancashire aiming to take advantage of their game in hand, even as the hosts could survive with a win.
Already relegated Barnsley head into Tuesday's match with Blackpool with the aim of avoiding finishing bottom of the Championship standings.
Meanwhile, Blackpool, who have enjoyed a very good first campaign at the bottom of this tier, are looking for the victory that will take them to the 14th function.
A crucial fixture at the top of the League One table takes place at the Stadium of Light on Tuesday night when fourth-placed Sunderland host second-placed Rotherham United.
The Black Cats moved fifth past Cambridge United on a final day weekend trip as traffic came from behind to beat Oxford United 2-1.
The La Liga champions will face the Premier League champions in the remaining 4 of this season's Champions League, with the Etihad Stadium hosting Manchester City's first leg and Real Madrid's semi-final on Tuesday night.
Pep Guardiola's lads needed only the sole intention of overcoming Atletico Madrid in the quarters, while Real ended Chelsea's hopes of back-to-back European crowns in dramatic fashion.
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