With just one game to go in League One this season, all eyes are on the both Sheffield United and Sheffield Wednesday who are battling out for second place. Wednesday play at home to Wycombe while United travel to Exeter.
Dave Jones Wednesday side currently sit one point ahead of their local rivals so know that automatic promotion is in their own hands.
The Owls are in a great run of form at the moment, unbeaten in 13 games and winning six of their last seven.
Jones took over in March after the sacking of Gary Megson and has proved to be a great success so far at the club.
With just two defeats in the league this season on home soil, the fans at Hillsborough will be confident of a return to The Championship this weekend, especially with already relegated Wycombe being the visitors.
As for Sheffield United, they had looked in pole position to take second spot, however a draw and a defeat in their last two games has seen them overtaken by their city rivals.
Danny Wilson and his side will go into their game against Exeter full focused on the job in hand and know that if they win their game there is not much else than can do.
United will need to return to the form that had seen them win six in a row until their recent stumble, they also know how difficult the play-offs will prove to be.
Wilson’s men do have a ten better goal difference than Wednesday so know that if it came down to it, they could be promoted in the narrowest of margins.
It is all set for a fascinating afternoon with fans sure to be nervous throughout the day and updates on how the other side are doing coming in regularly.
It’s no surprise that both sides go into their respective games as favourites. You can back Sheffield Wednesday at 1.33 (3/10) with StanJames. Sheffield United are available at 1.57 (4/7) with SkyBet.
The Owls leading scorer Gary Madine looks to be the best bet at getting the scoring underway in their match, with odds of 4.00 (3/1) with Paddy Power.
The Blades forward Richard Creswell is the favourite to break the deadlock against Exeter, you can back him at 5.5 (9/2) with Bet365.
With the form that Sheffield Wednesday are in, they will have too much for Wycombe and, as Southampton did last week, will go up in style. A 5-1 win is being offered at 31.00 (30/1) with Coral.