DESPITE a cracking 2011 without a loss in 25 league games, it's the play-offs for Huddersfield Town.
We'll be bringing you all the news from Bournemouth ahead of the big games plus news from the other semi-final with MK Dons and Peterborough United.
MIDFIELD general Anton Robinson says the pressure of the play-offs is nothing compared with playing for Cherries very existence.
Robinson was part of the squad that secured the clubs Football League status in spite of a mountainous 17-point deduction in 2009.
The 25-year-old scored his first goal for the club in a must-win clash at Chester City on April 18 that year a strike that went more than a long way to helping Eddie Howes side beat the odds and avoid dropping into the Conference.
And Robinson, who should line up in central midfield for Saturdays play-off semi-final visit of Huddersfield, believes a different outcome could have sounded the death knell for the Dean Court club.
The last man to lead Posh to promotion through the play-offs believes playing without fear is the key to success.
The clubs director of football Barry Fry was the manager when Posh won the Third Division play-offs at the end of the 1999-2000 season.
Fry adopted a positive approach in a handsome semi-final success over Barnet and a win over hot favourites Darlington in the final at Wembley.
We felt we had nothing to lose, Fry insisted. Ive seen so many play-off matches when the players have been terrified of making a mistake that might cost a goal or even a match."