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.
BOSS Keith Hill watched Rochdale put a damper on the Cherries’ play-off preparations and then said the pressure would be off Lee Bradbury’s men to progress.
Goals from Matt Done and Reece Gray helped Dale come from behind to condemn Cherries to defeat in their final League One game of the season.
Hill, who guided Rochdale to promotion alongside Cherries last season, said: “Bournemouth have got a great chance because they are probably outsiders in most peoples’ eyes. For me, all the pressure will be on Huddersfield because there is no question they will be the favourites."
Peterborough United will be a massive £3.5 million better off if they win promotion to the Championship this season.
That’s one incentive for the team to win the League One play-offs which start for Posh with a semi-final against MK Donsmouth.
Posh director of football Barry Fry revealed that there is a vast difference in Football League and TV money payable to clubs in the Championship compared to those in League One.
However, an expected rise in attendance money would be hit by changes to the London Road stadium.
Dons boss Karl Robinson heaped praise on the club's young talent after a youthful line-up defeated Oldham on Saturday.
Six players produced by the Dons' Academy were on the pitch at the end of the game, as part of a changed side named with the play-offs in mind.
The move could have resulted in the Dons slipping a place in the league, but the stars of the future more than held their own and were worthy 2-1 winners at Boundary Park.
Goals from Angelo Balanta and Keanu Marsh-Brown either side of Carl Winchester's strike meant that the squad will head into Sunday's play-off first leg with Peterborough on a high.