With just over a week to go until the Army’s first game in the Championship, all eyes are on the promotions, relegations and draws to determine which teams will go through.
With the final round of promotions and relegations just two weeks away, the results of these three matches will have an impact on how the sides progress into the second round of the Championship.
The winner of each of the Army promotions will automatically move onto the Championship with a points bonus.
The winner of the promotion of each team will also move onto a promotion-winning team with a bonus.
With just over two weeks to go, the Army has only one more match to play in the Premiership and if they win, they will have won promotion.
However, with only two matches left in the season, the only team that can potentially claim the title is Hull City.
With a win over West Ham United on Sunday, they have the tie-breaker over their opponents with four games remaining.
With Hull City sitting three points adrift of the relegation zone with only six matches left to play, there is no way the Tigers can finish third in the division and be in the play-off places.
The Tigers will need to keep winning games to ensure they remain in the top four but they have had the most positive results so far in the promotion play-offs.
The draw on Sunday saw the Tigers move up to third from bottom after defeating Reading 3-1, and they will be hoping to bounce back against Southampton in the Capital One Cup on Sunday (16:00 GMT).
The Tigers are looking to win their first league match of the season with victory against Reading on Sunday.
Hull City are looking for a win against Southampton.