By Adam Shergold for MailOnline
Published: 11:25 BST, 3 May 2019 | Updated: 11:47 BST, 3 May 2019
There are issues at both ends of the table still to be resolves as League Two comes to its conclusion on Saturday afternoon.
The third automatic promotion place is still up for grabs, as is the final play-off position, while one club will be joining Yeovil Town in non-league football.
We explain all the permutations.
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Lincoln City clinched promotion to League One on April 13 and secured the title on April 22. Bury were then promoted on April 30.
That means there is one automatic promotion place on offer and it will go to either Mansfield Town or MK Dons.
And, to make things even more intriguing, those two sides are set to meet in Milton Keynes on Saturday afternoon.
They are tied on 76 points but Mansfield are third by virtue of their superior goal difference.
Therefore, MK will need to beat their promotion rivals in order to leapfrog them and go up.
Lincoln City have already been confirmed as this season's League Two champions
Mansfield Town make the trip to MK Dons with the winners set to earn automatic promotion
MK Dons will be looking to defeat Mansfield and