MOST of the big issues have been settled in the Championship while there are a few burning questions to be resolved in League One and League Two.
For this market you don't always have to focus on games that matter but it can be an advantage.
So I'm starting with Yeovil v Chesterfield, a match the visitors must win if they are to have any chance of avoiding the drop.
It's been a strange season for Chesterfield who won the Johnstone Paint Trophy and have been on a decent run but still look like they're heading for League Two.
Chesterfield have won three in a row, scoring eight goals, and 25 have been netted in their last six.
It was 2-2 between the sides earlier in the season and Yeovil drew 2-2 at Orient last week. Their last three featured 18 goals so there should be a few here.
Stay in League Two and take a look at Rochdale v MK Dons. Rochdale lost their battle to beat the drop last week but put up a fight. Their last five have seen both score with 25 goals in five games.
MK Dons will meet Huddersfield in the play-off semis guaranteed so won't be giving it hell for leather. However, they have netted in their last six and will be keen to keep the run going.
Next up look at Birmingham v Reading in the Championship. Again there is nothing to play for but there will be a feelgood factor with Brum in the play-offs and Reading have clinched the title.
Both teams have netted in Birmingham's last six, four in a row being score draws, while Reading have rattled in 13 goals in six.
My fourth choice is Watford v Middlesbrough. Boro are 5-1 to steal a play-off spot from under the noses of Cardiff. They have to win at Vicarage Road and hope Cardiff lose at Crystal Palace.
It's possible but Watford won't make it easy. Their last four have been score draws, three of them away from home, so with Boro needing to win there should be goals here.
Complete the line with Doncaster v Ipswich. The last three meetings have gone over 4.5 goals, a 3-2 and 6-0 Ipswich win and 3-3 draw.
Donny are down but showed their resolve with a 2-0 win at Coventry last week. Both sides should score in a relaxed open affair.
Yeovil v Chesterfield
Rochdale v MK Dons
Birmingham v Reading (12.30pm)
Watford v Middlesbrough (12.30pm)
Doncaster v Ipswich (12.30pm)
Perm any 4 and all 5 (6 bets)
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