This week's schedule on Sky Sports promises to be some of the most exciting games of football this season, with an automatic promotion place in the npower Championship to decide, as well as the teams who are competing for a place to feature at Wembley in the npower League 1 and League 2 Play-Off Finals.
The League 2 Play-Off semi-final first legs will kick things off on Thursday at 7.45pm with the Sky Sports cameras at Valley Parade for Bradford City's game with Burton Albion and at Sixfields for Northampton Town's match against Cheltenham Town.
All four teams will be desperate to gain a first-leg advantage, with the second instalments taking place on Sunday, which will also be screened live on Sky Sports. Burton will host the Bantams at the Pirelli Stadium in the midday kick-off, while Aidy Boothroyd's Cobblers will visit Mark Yates' Robins for the late match, which starts at 6.45pm.
Before the League 2 second legs, though, there's the League 1 semi-final first legs, as well as the small matter of a place in the Premier League to decide.
On Friday, at 7.45pm, Sheffield United welcome Yeovil Town to Bramall Lane in the opening game of League 1 Play-Offs, while Swindon Town host Brentford in the other semi-final first leg at 5.20pm on Saturday.
All eyes will be on the Championship earlier in the day on Saturday, however, with Hull City and Watford fighting for a place in the Premier League.
The Tigers host already-promoted Cardiff City knowing a victory would guarantee them a place back in the top flight, while, at the same time, Watford will be aiming to capitalise on any slip up from Steve Bruce's men when they take on Leeds United at Vicarage Road.
If the Hornets lose, second-placed Hull, who are one point ahead, will be promoted regardless of their result against the Bluebirds. If Gianfranco Zola's men are victorious, though, the Tigers require nothing less than maximum points to take the second automatic promotion place.
It's then back to League 2 for the semi-final second legs on Sunday, before the reverse fixtures in League 1 take place on Monday, with Yeovil hosting the Blades at 1.30pm in front of the cameras, and Swindon visiting Griffin Park to take on Brentford for a 4.30pm kick-off.
Ten unmissable live Football League matches in just five days, what more could you ask for?
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