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You couldn’t wish for a finer finale in League Two on Saturday

| 06.05.2011

We’ve been advocating it as the most exciting of the Football Leagues all season and the final day of the League Two season is set to be a thriller.

Bury can snatch the title away from Chesterfield while Wycombe and Shrewsbury battle it out for the final promotion spot.

Four teams are in the race for the final two play-off places while Barnet can send Lincoln City down should the Bees win and Lincoln fail to win.

Chesterfield vs Gillingham

Chesterfield haven’t won in their last three games and their victory over Gillingham earlier this season was the first in 10 attempts which is why they are 6/5 to win.

Gillingham won seven of those 10 matches and need a win to be in with a chance of a play-off place so we’re backing the Kent side to win at 21/10.

Stevenage Borough vs Bury

Like Gillingham, Stevenage have to win to confirm their play-off position and are 1/1 to beat Bury.

But a win for Bury and a defeat for Chesterfield would hand Bury the league title and after a convincing 3-0 win against Stevenage earlier in the season in their only meeting, we’re backing the Shakers to win at 12/5 and snatch the League title at 6/1.

Barnet vs Port Vale

Barnet must win to stand a chance of keeping their Football League status and are 10/11 to do so.

Port Vale must win to have any hope of clinching a play-off place but it seems both teams are to stutter with three of the six head-to-heads ending 0-0 – back the 0-0 draw at 10/1.

Lincoln vs Accrington Stanley

Should Barnet lose then Lincoln are safe but the Imps are without a win in 10 and we’re backing Accrington to come away with all three points at 10/3.

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Robbie Morris

Robbie studied sports journalism at the University of Gloucestershire, an establishment chosen for its proximity to Cheltenham racecourse, where he was a season ticket holder. Upon graduation, Robbie was a contributor to GolfPunk, a national magazine aimed at ridding golf of its traditionalist image, before joining the news.ladbrokes team.