Ahead of the final weekend of the League One season, there is still plenty to play for at both ends of the table.

Wanderers have already secured a top six spot following last weekend’s 2-0 win against 10-man Fleetwood at the UniBol.

However, Ian Evatt’s men could either finish in fifth or sixth place depending on results on the final day. They head to the Memorial Stadium to take on Bristol Rovers, who are set for a respectable mid-table finish.

The Whites have lost just one of their last nine matches in all competitions, while the Gas have failed to win any of their last six.

Sheffield Wednesday and Barnsley are also guaranteed a play-off spot, while Derby and Peterborough will battle it out for the remaining place.

The Rams have a two-point cushion over Darren Ferguson’s side as they aim to seal an immediate return to the Championship.

Both have tricky games on paper, with Derby heading to Wednesday while Peterborough make the trip to Barnsley.

The title race has also gone down to the wire. Plymouth and Ipswich have already secured automatic promotion but will be desperate to finish top of the table.

The Pilgrims are the current leaders ahead of Sunday’s trip to Port Vale, but Ipswich are only a point behind. Kieran Mckenna’s side are also on the road this weekend, heading to the Highbury Stadium to take on Fleetwood.

Meanwhile, there is plenty on the line at the bottom end of the table with only one club mathematically relegated at this stage.

Forest Green are certain to finish bottom of the table and Accrington are also set for the drop, needing a remarkable turn of events on the final day to survive.

Morecambe and Cambridge sit 21st and 22nd respectively, while MK Dons are only above the relegation zone on goal difference.

Oxford are all but safe – it would need a 24-goal swing for Liam Manning’s side to go down ahead of their clash with Accrington.

Morecambe face a trip to Exeter while Cambridge host Forest Green. MK Dons wrap up the campaign against Burton at the Pirelli Stadium.

All League One fixtures kick-off at 12pm on Sunday afternoon. They were initially due to be played a day earlier but were pushed back due to the coronation of King Charles III.