Wolves have captured the Championship title, but there are plenty of promotion and relegation issues to be determined on Sunday - the final day of the season.
Birmingham, Sheffield United and Reading all have hopes of automatic promotion, while Cardiff, Burnley and Preston are battling for two play-off spots. Meanwhile, Norwich and Barnsley are locked in a relegation battle.
BBC Sport outlines the permutations for the final day of the 2008/09 season.
have already won the Championship title - and will be joined by Birmingham, Sheffield United or Reading.
Crystal Palace v Sheffield Utd
- who visit Reading on Sunday - will be promoted if they win at the Madejski Stadium. A draw will only be sufficient for them if Sheffield United fail to win - while defeat for the Blues will see them drop into the play-offs.
need to win at Crystal Palace to have any hope of automatic promotion. However, their fate will be determined by the result of the Reading-Birmingham game - if Sheffield United and Reading both win, or if United win and the Reading-Birmingham game is drawn, the Blades will be promoted.
The two unsuccessful teams from Birmingham, Sheffield United and Reading (see above) will enter the play-offs.
v Bristol City
Sheffield Wednesday v Cardiff
The other two places will be filled by two from Cardiff, Burnley and Preston.
will guarantee their play-off place if they avoid defeat at Sheffield Wednesday. If they lose at Hillsborough, the Bluebirds would have to rely on Burnley losing (or drawing, provided Cardiff's defeat is by fewer than five goals), or Preston failing to win (while making up a two-goal swing in goal difference) if they are to stay in the play-offs.
will cement their play-off place if they beat Bristol City at Turf Moor. If they draw, the Clarets would need Preston to fail to win, or Cardiff to lose by five goals or more, for them to remain in the top six. If Burnley lose, they will only make the play-offs if Preston fail to win.
know only a win will give them any hope of reaching the play-offs. But they will also need either Cardiff to lose (with a two-goal swing in goal difference) or Burnley to fail to win, for North End to reach the top six.
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