THERE are so many meaningless matches this weekend that punters need to seriously check the tables before having a bet.
I've picked out three teams whose needs for points ranges from desperate to not that bothered.
So let's start with the side who require a victory more than any other outfit. AFC Wimbledon go into the final game of the regular season sitting second bottom – but just one point from safety and with the ability to climb five places.
Seven teams go into the last day in danger of going down so nerves will be fraught for Torquay, Plymouth, York, Dagenham, Barnet and bottom of the table Aldershot who could survive but need an unlikely win at Rotherham.
Torquay will expect to beat Bristol Rovers after two wins in a row but it will be tough for Plymout at Rochdale. Dagenham face York in a nailbiter and Barnet have a chance at Northampton.
But with York and Dagenham meeting, Wimbledon know victory will keep them up and that's a massive incentive to beat Fleetwood at home.
AFC have given themselves a chance by drawing at champions Gillingham last weekend and before that hampered Exeter's play-off chances with another 2-2 draw.
Fleetwood have been down on holiday with the Blackpool beach donkeys over the past few weeks having suffered three successive defeats. All the pressure is on AFC to perform but they'll be well supported and should complete the great escape.
Add a side whose only carrot is to climb a few league places and win extra prize money. Southampton are safe under Mauricio Pochettini and should use their strength at home to see off a West Brom side who have struggled on the road all season.
Finally add a Peterhead outfit who are aiming to finish second in the Scottish Third Division after a remarkable run of six successive wins. Even last week it wasn't a surprise when they won at Rangers – although they conceded a goal for the first time in that winning sequence.
Former Ross County striker Rory McAllister is head ans shoulders above most strikers at this level and has netted 10 goals in those six outings. Peterhead should be too good for a Clyde side who tend to win one, lose one. They beat Montrose last weekend.
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