There's still so much to be played for with a handful of games to go.
It’s been a whirlwind campaign across the Football League and coming up to the run-in, 70 teams find themselves with a chance to switch divisions next season.
Only Blackburn and Grimsby find themselves assured of remaining in the Championship and League Two respectively.
Likewise, just Ipswich and Lincoln have had relegation and promotion guaranteed, meaning that there are 16 promotion and relegation spots waiting to be filled in the next few weeks.
At the top of the Championship, Norwich are 1/50 to go up and Leeds are 1/4 to join them. Sheffield United’s draw with Millwall sees them drop to 10/11 for promotion, whilst Villa and West Brom are two teams that will be hopeful of going up through the playoffs, at 9/4 and 3/1 respectively.
In League One, Luton are 1/50 to make it back-to-back promotions. Two other teams are odds-on, with Barnsley (4/6) and Sunderland (10/11) in the best positions. Portsmouth (11/10) and Charlton (7/2) are lurking.
Nine teams are single figures or shorter to go down. It’s easier to list them: Bradford (1/100), Walsall (1/2), Southend (8/13), Wimbledon (5/6), Rochdale (6/4), Scunthorpe (2/1), Plymouth (13/2), Accrington (8/1), Wycombe (9/1).
League Two sees Bury just 1/5 for promotion, with Mansfield (2/5) and MK Dons (4/6) also odds-on. Tranmere and Forest Green both went up last season, they are 2/1 and 3/1 respectively to make it successive promotions.
Clinging on by their fingernails, Yeovil are 1/4 favourites for the drop, just five years after playing in the second tier. Notts County and Macclesfield have been fighting an uphill battle all season, but it looks like Sol Campbell will be the one to successfully conduct a great escape. The Pies are 1/3 to be ejected from the EFL.
Oddschecker spokesperson George Elek: “Given that the main aim for both Blackburn and Grimsby this season was to keep the relegation fight at arm's length, we can safely say job done for them.
The promotion race in all three EFL leagues is so tight though, as can be seen by the odds. Barnsley, Leeds and Mansfield fans are all optimistic that it's their year, but some could well end up disappointed.”