This week sees a real feast of football live on TV as the second leg of the Play-Offs semi-finals are out to the world.

And with so much to play for every night this week, it really is a case of Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday - happy days.

First up on Monday night is a 7.45pm kick-off at Bramall Lane as Sheffield United take on Stevenage in the npower League 1 Play-Off. Friday's first leg ended in a goalless draw at the Lamex Stadium leaving this game hanging firmly in the balance.

The Blades will buoyed in the knowledge that they finished 17 points above Stevenage scoring 23 more goals but all that counts for nothing come kick-off.

Stevenage are participating in their second successive play-off campaign, and could become the first club to achieve three successive promotions in senior football. Manager Gary Smith will be feeling quietly confident as his side are unbeaten in seven - winning four and drawing three - and have lost once in 15 games in all competitions.

The other semi-final of the npower League 1 Play-Offs is between Huddersfield Town and Milton Keynes Dons at Galpharm Stadium.

And the odds will be heavily stacked in Huddersfield's favour after a comprehensive 2-0 win in the first leg which leaves the Dons with it all to do. The Terriers secured the vital lead with goals from Jordan Rhodes and Jack Hunt - the former grabbing his 38th goal of the season.

MK Dons will be hoping they can emulate the last time they won at Galpharm Stadium back in 2008 - a well earned 3-1 victory. But Huddersfield have been no pushovers at home losing just three times, conceding the joint second lowest number of goals on 19.

Wednesday night sees Southend United host Crewe Alexandra in the League 2 semi-final second leg hoping to overturn a deficit after losing 1-0 on Saturday.

The only goal of the game came from an unlikely source as Crewe centre-half Adam Dugdale headed in early in the second half.

The defeat ruined the Shrimpers' run of five successive clean sheets and leaves them with it all to do at Roots Hall against a Crewe side that is undefeated in 17 matches.

But Southend have been solid at home this season, losing just five games and scoring 36 times which will no doubt give them confidence in one of their biggest matches in recent history.

Completing an exciting week of live football is another pair of teams dealing with a 2-0 result in the first leg as Torquay United play host to Cheltenham Town.

Goals from Jermaine McGlashan and Ben Burgess have given Cheltenham the advantage as they take the long trip down to the south west. Encouragingly for Torquay, they did create chances despite not playing at their best which puts this tie in an interesting balance.

Both teams looked set for an automatic promotion place over the winter months - Cheltenham were top in January and Torquay were sitting second until mid-April - but both fell short at the end of the regular campaign.

Whatever happens after this one, one team will no doubt look back and wonder on what could have been.

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