The League Two title is already on its way to Brentford, while Chester are all but certain to join Luton in losing their Football League status - but there are three teams fighting for two promotion places, and one final play-off spot to be decided.
Wycombe, Exeter and Bury are challenging for two automatic promotion spots - while Dagenham & Redbridge and Shrewsbury are involved in a winner-takes-all shoot-out for the final play-off place.
BBC Sport outlines the permutations for the final day of the 2008/09 season.
have already won the League Two title - and will be joined by two from Wycombe, Exeter and Bury.
Rotherham v Exeter
v Notts County
will be promoted if they avoid defeat against Notts County. Even if the Chairboys lose, they will be promoted unless both Exeter and Bury win, with Bury needing to make up a three-goal swing in goal difference.
are already relegated, and only a mathematical improbability sill save Chester from joining them.
trail Grimsby by three points going into the final day, but their goal difference is worse by a factor of 19.
So while Chester's Football League status has not been formally extinguished, only the unfeasible combination of a Chester win and a Grimsby defeat with a 19-goal swing in goal difference can prevent them from dropping out of the League.
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