THERE is still plenty of nail-biting to be done before the end of the League Two season with just six games remaining and it is probably any two of six teams to face the drop.
Accrington Stanley chairman Eric Whalley, manager John Coleman and captain Peter Cavanagh have worked out every possible permutations for the final games of the season.
The Reds skipper takes a look at the run-ins of the bottom six teams...
TORQUAY: They have left themselves a lot to do after the defeat against us. But they have a good history of getting out of the tightest of situations so you can never write them off. And they had a really good win over Stockport last week. They have to play quite a few of the teams around us and we have to hope they do pick up points there - but fall short.
BOSTON: They have to play three of the bottom teams with Macclesfield, Torquay and Wrexham so it will be interesting. They also have to face the likes of Hereford and Chester who have really nothing to play for. In those games it can go either way. Teams with no pressure may relax and put in some good performances or they may just lose their spark and roll over. It is a flip of a coin. It is really hard to judge and, like we have said all along, it is the team who hold their nerve the best.
WREXHAM: They have a tough run in and have to play Macclesfield, Torquay and Boston so we don't know really how we want those results to go yet. You just look at their final game of the season against Boston and wonder how big that one will be. By that stage, I hope we are quite a few points above both of them so we don't have to worry about it.
BURY: They are one team who I had thought would struggle a couple of weeks ago. They have been on a bad run and I thought last week's game against Notts County was winnable for them - and they lost. But they have bounced back with a win over Boston and had a great win against Shrewsbury on Tuesday night. They do have a really difficult run-in and it will be hard to pick up points against the likes of Walsall, Swindon and Stockport.
MACCLESFIELD: I have a lot of mates at Macc who, I must admit, were hoping for a points deduction for us to ease the pressure on them. I guess you can't blame them but it hasn't happened and there is still all to play for. There are going to be a lot of swings at the bottom over the next few games as they have Wrexham and Boston to play over Easter.
This could either get them out of the relegation zone or drop them right back in it and it is hard to know which way we would want their results to go as it also depends on how we do over the next two games. If they get two wins, though, they are probably clear.
STANLEY: As we have said all along, it will be down to our home form - I believe that could keep us up. If we win our three home matches then I think we will be safe - or at least six points out of nine. And then whatever we pick up away from home will be a bonus.
But I think if we turn in more performances like we did at Walsall on Saturday, we will be okay. This Easter weekend will be hard but I do think we can get something out of Peterborough tomorrow (Sat) and I just have this funny feeling we will beat leaders Hartlepool. I hope I won't have to eat my words.