With a packed weekend of Football League action over the Easter bank holiday, there's a bumper television schedule as five games take place in front of the Sky Sports cameras.
The televised matches begin on Good Friday when Blackpool host Burnley in a Sky Bet Championship Lancashire derby at 5:15pm.
This match-up has interest at both ends of the table; Blackpool are 20th, only two points clear of relegation, while Burnley are second and eight points clear of Derby County.
Friday's hosts have won only two of their past 25 league outings, with Burnley having lost two in four. Going into what will be the clubs' 121st encounter, the visiting Clarets have the better record, winning 54, losing 36 and drawing 30 times.
Following that, Derby make the trip to Doncaster Rovers for a 7:30pm kick-off at the Keepmoat Stadium. Should Burnley win, Derby would need to pick up all three points to ensure the race for automatic promotion continues to Monday.
The third-placed Rams have won their most recent two games 3-1, but are yet to secure a Play-Off place.
Doncaster themselves are yet to secure a place in the Championship for next season after three successive defeats has seen them drop to within three points of the relegation zone.
Next up, Leicester City welcome Queens Park Rangers to the King Power Stadium in a 12:15pm kick-off on Saturday.
With promotion already secured, Leicester can continue their quest to claim the Championship title. Since wrapping up a return to the top flight, Nigel Pearson's men have lost at home to Brighton and Hove Albion and drawn at Reading.
QPR won 5-2 against Nottingham Forest last weekend to end a run of three games without victory as the West Londoners took another step towards booking a Play-Off berth. Leicester have the best home record in the division, while Rangers have lost four of their past five on the road.
On Monday at 12:15pm, Leyton Orient take on Wolverhampton Wanderers at the Matchroom Stadium with plenty at stake for both sides.
Orient can still finish the season inside Sky Bet League 1's top two and ensure promotion to the Championship, while Wolves - already certain of their return to the second tier - are pressing hard to become champions.
Going into the weekend Russell Slade's men sit third, seven points behind Brentford, and are already guaranteed a Play-Off berth should they fail to catch the Bees. Wolves have lost just once in 17 league fixtures to top the table and could pass the 100-point barrier for the season.
Then at 5:15pm, attention switches to the Championship when Leeds United host Nottingham Forest at Elland Road.
The Whites arrested a five-game losing streak when beating Blackpool 2-0 on 12th April, form that had seen them slip to 16th in the table.
Forest are also on a poor run of form, waving goodbye to the Play-Offs after going 12 games without picking up a win and falling from fifth to 11th.
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