The season draws to a close with already relegated Wrexham and Mansfield taking a final bow before they drop out of the Football League.
All the major issues have been settled, with Milton Keynes Dons confirmed as champions following their 2-1 victory at Bradford last weekend.
Peterborough and Hereford will join Paul Ince's side in League One next term after securing automatic promotion, while Wrexham and Mansfield must turn their attentions to the Blue Square Premier.
A winner takes all clash between Mansfield and Dagenham & Redbridge looked to be on the cards, but there is now nothing riding on it after John Still's men came from behind to beat Darlington 3-2 and ensure they cannot finish in the bottom two.
Wrexham also have only pride to play for as they travel to Lincoln looking for a victory in their final game.
Rochdale, Stockport, Darlington and Wycombe have also clinched their play-off places with one match still to play, but there is at least some interest left there as they jostle for position and therefore a more favourable draw in the four-team 'lottery'.
Darlington are desperately out of form and will be hoping to boost their confidence with a win against Peterborough, while Wycombe face Bradford and Stockport meet Brentford.
The momentum appears to be with Rochdale, who are on a nine-game unbeaten run, and they will be aiming for three more points at home to Shrewsbury to clinch fourth place.
MK Dons end their successful campaign against Morecambe, who will finish their first season in League Two in a highly creditable mid-table spot.
Elsewhere, Hereford entertain Grimsby, Accrington play Bury, and Notts County visit eighth-placed Chesterfield.
Rotherham, who fear they might start next season with a points penalty, meet Barnet, while Chester take on fellow strugglers Macclesfield.