With all the league fixtures now complete in The Football League it leaves just the small matter of the Play-Offs - arguably one of the most lucrative rewards in global football.
With the npower Championship finalists already concentrating on a trip to Wembley it is now the turn of the promotion hopefuls in League 1 and 2. And that means its great news for footy fans as this weekend sees every semi-final first leg Play-Off match live on TV.
First up on Friday is the npower League showdown between Stevenage and Sheffield United. Boro ended the season strongly in sixth position - the last Play-Off place and will take on the Blades who narrowly missed out on automatic promotion.
Stevenage are undefeated in all the occasions that the teams have faced off - albeit that is just two matches - as this season was the first time the pair crossed paths. When the teams met in November at Broadhall Way, Scott Laird's late strike saw Stevenage pick up the 2-1 win and continue a good run of form.
And there were more goals and even more drama when the teams went head to head at Bramall Lane at the end of April. With just one game remaining both sides needed the points to consolidate a promotion push which saw the game end in a 2-2 draw. Boro managed to establish a two goal lead but saw the Blades cut the deficit with goals from Richard Cresswell and Michael Lowton rescuing a point for the home side.
United will need to do much better in this first leg tie and will be hoping for a win - something only three teams have done at Broadhall Way this season.
Next up on Saturday is the other semi-final first leg in npower League 1 between MK Dons and Huddersfield Town. The 12.30pm kick-off at stadiummk sees fourth place play host to third and with only a point between the two sides over the whole season it is bound to be a close affair.
Historically there have been 28 encounters between the two sides - if you count the Dons record before their move to Milton Keynes - and Town have the slight edge. Huddersfield have won 10 to MK's seven but their have also been seven draws.
And it was two of those draws that came from this campaign as both ties ended in 1-1 draws, which suggests this really could be a tight encounter. Interestingly Huddersfield took the lead in both matches only to see the Dons come back to earn a point.
The Dons are no strangers to the Play-Offs and will be hoping they can use their experience having been involved in the knock out stage in three out of the last five years.
On Saturday evening at 5.30pm the TV cameras focus on to npower League 2 bringing us the semi-final first leg between Crewe Alexandra and Southend United.
United narrowly missed out on the third automatic promotion spot after finishing just one point behind Crawley Town - something the seaside fans will be hoping they don't come to regret as they travel to the Alexandra Stadium.
Alex finished in seventh place in the table on 72 points - 11 behind Southend- but as we all know league positions means very little when it comes down to the Play-Offs.
But if the history books are anything to go by Crewe may be a little apprehensive ahead of this one as they have lost 19 out of the 34 encounters between the teams, winning just nine times since the first time they met in 1963.
Interestingly you have to go back to 1970 for the last time Crewe registered a win - a run that stretches nine games. This season it was all United as the Shrimpers completed the league double winning both matches 1-0 which suggests this one could also be very close over the two legs.
The last match of the weekend showcases the other npower League 2 semi-final first leg between Cheltenham Town and Torquay United. The lunchtime kick-off sees sixth place play host to fifth in an interesting match-up at Whaddon Road.
The Robins will be hoping they can emulate the success of the 2005/06 season when they achieved promotion to League 1 via the Play-Offs. And the omens look good for Town as this season was their highest finish since that success.
Torquay on the other hand may be left scratching their heads in disbelief as a winless run stretching five games at the end of the campaign saw the Gulls fall just short of automatic promotion.
The teams have only met 19 times over the years with the first match coming in March 2000 when it was the old Division Three. As it stands Torquay have the edge with eight wins, Cheltenham are on five and there have been six draws.
However both sides have been in regular contact this year with the two legs of this Play-Off meaning they have faced off five times this season. And looking at the results it has been honours even as both sides have won, lost and drawn.
At the start of the season Torquay fought back to earn a 2-2 draw at Plainmoor and ended up winning 1-0 in a close game at Whaddon Road. Cheltenham got their revenge in the Johnstone's Paint Trophy winning the game 2-1 which helped the club go on to make the quarter-finals.
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