The relegation battle in the NPFL will all go down to today’s final round of games with as many as six clubs still not safe.
Heartland, Abia Warriors, Jigawa Golden Stars, Wikki Tourists, Sunshine Stars and Warri Wolves could still be demoted today.
Bottom club Adamawa United have long been relegated mathematically and so too FC Ifeanyiubah, one of two privately-owned clubs in the NPFL.
Wikki, who are 16th on 32 points and only ahead of 17th Sunshine Stars on better goals difference, have what looks the easiest mission on the day as they are home to Adamawa United, who have already said goodbye to the top league.
A win will get them clear of the drop zone.
Warri Wolves could also record The Great Escape on the final day of action with victory at already demoted FC Ifeanyiubah.
Abia Warriors, Heartland and Sunshine Stars face more difficult challenges as they are up at home against continental football contenders Nasarawa United, Kano Pillars and Rivers United, who cannot afford to drop any points today if they were to play international football next year.
Jigawa are away to MFM FC, the church team who are assured of another season in the NPFL.
They may need to win in Lagos to stay afloat as home wins by the three relegation battlers below them will see them go down to lower division.
Who will be the two other clubs to join Adamawa United and FC Ifeanyiubah in the NNL next season?
The Relegation Battle Flash Points
Abia Warriors vs Nasarawa United
MFM FC vs Jigawa Golden Stars
Sunshine Stars vs Rivers United
Wikki vs Adamawa United
Heartland vs Kano Pillars
FC Ifeanyiubah vs Warri Wolves