THERE is just one game left in League I - but with Town in the play-offs barring a bizarre sequence of events we'll bring you news from other clubs who could have a say on the play-off picture.
MARCUS Browning insists Cherries have nothing to fear in the play-offs and believes four of his fellow 2003 heroes have a key role to play.
The popular midfielder was named as Sky Sports’ man of the match when Cherries earned promotion with a win over Lincoln at the Millennium Stadium eight years ago.
Browning, who missed just three games as Cherries booked their play-off place in that season, has urged the class of 2010-11 to keep their cool as they attempt to secure promotion via the same route.
Boss Darren Ferguson blasted Peterborough's unprofessional start to the game at Rochdale and insisted they must improve if they are to make the most of the play offs.
Posh, already guaranteed a top-six spot prior to kick-off, fell behind after just 14 seconds at Spotland when Joe Lewis collected a Gabriel Zakuani backpass and miscued his clearance straight to Jean-Louis Akpa Akpro, who steadied himself before side-footing into the top corner of the net.
"Their opening goal was embarrassing," said Ferguson, whose side drew 2-2. "It was a very unprofessional start from us and they made us pay.
Nigel Adkins refused to celebrate after his side all but confirmed their promotion from League One by beating Plymouth.
Rickie Lambert's brace helped Southampton to victory and while Huddersfield can still draw level on points with a win on Saturday they would need a swing of 18 goals to deny Adkins a promotion to the Championship.
Adkins remained cautious though, as the manager said: "We have put ourselves in a great position to get promoted - let's not get away from that - but until it's mathematically certain we are up we are not celebrating.