Sky Sports' guide to all the promotion and relegation issues in English and Scottish that could be resolved on Monday.
Burnley can seal their promotion from the Championship on Monday.
The Clarets, who were relegated from the Premier League after just one season in 2010, have been on the verge of returning to the top flight for a couple of weeks.
They face Lancashire rivals Wigan at Turf Moor and, if they match Derby's result against Barnsley on the same day, they will seal a top-two finish.
A late play for the Championship title will be beyond them, though, if leaders Leicester match their result when they travel to Bolton on Tuesday.
QPR will seal a place in the play-offs if they claim a point against Watford.
Wigan can also extend their season by at least another two games if they better the result of Ipswich, who meet Bournemouth, and Reading, who face Middlesbrough on Tuesday.
At the bottom, Yeovil will be relegated if they lose to Huddersfield, Charlton win at Sheffield Wednesday and Millwall, Doncaster and Birmingham get at least a point.
Millwall and Doncaster face each other, and Birmingham host Blackburn on Monday.
In League One, Wolves will be crowned champions if they better Brentford's result.
Kenny Jackett's side are at third-placed Leyton Orient, while Brentford travel to MK Dons.
Peterborough host Carlisle and will confirm a play-off place if they win, Swindon lose to Bradford and Sheffield United fail to beat Tranmere.
Stevenage will be relegated if they lose at home to Bristol City, or if they draw and Tranmere take a point and the Crewe v Colchester game ends without a winner.
In League Two, Scunthorpe will be promoted if they beat Oxford, and Fleetwood and Burton fail to win against Wycombe and Newport respectively.
Torquay will be relegated if they do not win. They will also be relegated if they win and two of Bristol Rovers (who host Rochdale), Wycombe and Northampton (at home against Portsmouth) also win.
In Scotland, no promotion or relegation issues can be resolved on Monday.