The Championship is set to come to a dramatic finale on Saturday with the final relegation and play-off place up for consideration.
At the bottom while the fates of Yeovil and Barnsley have already been decided, third from bottom Birmingham are still fighting for their lives.
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A run of five straight defeats has seen Lee Clarke’s side drop into the relegation zone and a defeat away to Bolton would consign the Midlander’s to league 1.
Much of the club’s problems have stemmed from their poor home form, with the club picking up just 14 points, however on the road the Blues are a slightly different opposition.
Their record of nine wins is the fourth best in the league and has left Clark in confident mood ahead of the trip to the Reebok.
“Yes (we can avoid relegation), definitely, because our away form has been very good,” he said. “It’s imperative we get a result on Saturday.”
Around them, the likes of Millwall, Blackpool and Doncaster Rovers will all be sweating on their futures. The Lions are at home to Bournemouth and Blackpool face Charlton with Doncaster facing arguably the hardest task against Champions Leicester.
At the other of the table, the top five places have already confirmed although there is still plenty left to play for.
Leicester will be out to reach 100 points for the season while Derby, QPR and Wigan will look to head into the playoffs in good form with wins over Leeds, Barnsley and Blackburn.
While their own fate has been sealed Burnley could still have a large part to play with the club set to take on sixth place Reading at the Madjeski.
A win for Reading would assure them of the final playoff spot however any slip up would allow Brighton, away to Nottingham Forest, to capitalise.
Elsewhere Blackburn face Wigan, Watford play Huddersfield, Ipswich face Sheffield Wednesday and Yeovil take on Middlesbrough.