12:30 Saturday

Wrexham vs Grimsby

In the first of the two National League semi-finals, high flying Wrexham look to bounce back from a disappointing FA Trophy final loss at the hands of Bromley as the money bags side look to claim a spot in the football league. And while they have home advantage for this tie against Grimsby and have to be considered favourites for this, they've been leaking goals as of late and Grimsby are no mugs. The visitors saw off a very decent Notts County side in their opening playoff tie, having equalised in the 96th minute before winning in the 119th minute of extra time.

Where Wrexham have been shipping goals for fun as of late, Grimsby themselves have been scoring plenty with a 4-4 draw in their final game of the season and though they failed to find the net here at The Racecourse Ground back in January, they scored plenty on home soil against Wrexham earlier this season winning 3-1. I think the visitors have far more of a chance of scoring here than the odds may suggest, especially with so much on the line and Wrexham on such a poor defensive run.

14:00 Saturday

IFK Goteborg vs GIF Sundsvall

I'd have this as around a 1.72 shot personally and 2.00 looks massively overpriced here. Yes, neither side has had a brilliant start to their campaign, particularly Sundsvall who find themselves in the drop zone with the worst defence in the Allsvenskan, but they did get a decent 2-0 win over 8th placed Mjallby last time out and have failed to score just once in their last six games, failing only against league leaders AIK Stockholm.

Goteborg themselves have hardly been brilliant though with no win in their last six, conceding in all of those games along the way, though they have been consistently finding the net here on home soil, finding the net in every game here at Gamla Ullevi this season. Sundsvall were down in the Superettan last season, but these two sides did meet in the cup, sharing a 1-1 draw in a group that both sides failed to get out of. Given how poor both have been defensively so far this campaign, it looks a little on the high side for me here for both teams to find the net.

17:15 Saturday

Amorebieta vs Ponferradina

Having suffered a 5-0 loss away at Cartagena last time out, Amorebieta's relegation from La Liga 2 was confirmed, and regardless of what happens here in their final game, they'll be dealing with like in the mess of the RFEF Primera next year. But what's incredible about Amorebieta is that they don't even have a home stadium, playing at Athletic Bilbao's training ground this season, and yet, their home form is absolutely incredible, so much so that I'd be considering making this a permanent move if I were them.

Considering they don't even have a home stadium, 29 of their 40pts this season have been collected on home soil, and what's even more impressive is that they are unbeaten against top eight opposition here this season, scoring in every single game along the way. Sure, they've conceded in all but one of those games as well, but their final top eight visitor comes on the final day in the form of Ponferradina. They too have had a disappointing end to their campaign as back-to-back losses saw the playoff hopes slip away, but it wasn't that they let games like this get away from them, it's that those above them have simply been better.

Ponferradina have collected just 11pts from a possible 42 from sides above them in the league, while being beaten just 3 times and failing to score only 5 times against sides below them. They did however see enteraining games against the sides directly below Amorebieta in the table, winning 2-3 against Fuenlabrada and drawing 2-2 at Alcorcon this season. And even despite Amorebieta's poor away form, they managed a 1-1 draw against these earlier in the season, so both teams to find the net in an entertaining but meaningless final day showdown looks a decent little bet to me!