What once looked like being a dramatic final day relegation showdown turns out to be a dead rubber in the Championship as Huddersfield Town face Reading.
Huddersfield Town currently sit 18th in the Championship with thirteen wins, eleven draws and twenty-one losses from forty-five games this season.
After a painful, nail-biting campaign Huddersfield have secured Championship football for another season after some a heroic last gasp intervention from cult hero manager Neil Warnock.
Warnock has expertly guided a Terriers side that once looked doomed to safety as they enter this match having lost just one of their last nine games.
They're coming into this one fresh off the back of a 1-0 win over Sheffield United, a result that followed a 2-1 win away at Cardiff City.
An outstanding run of five wins in their last eight matches is not to be scoffed at, as few would have expected them to be capable enough to string a run of results like that together to drag themselves out of trouble.
Their form at home has been good of late too, with The Terriers having gone unbeaten in their last five games on home soil.
Huddersfield can now use this occasion as a celebration of their achievements this season and no doubt the mood will be buoyant one at the John Smith's Stadium.
Reading currently sit 22nd in the Championship with thirteen wins, eleven draws and twenty-one losses from forty-five games this season.
The Royals have had a grim season in the Championship and their relegation to League One was confirmed this week as Huddersfield beat Sheffield United.
Reading were 3rd after ten games and looking like a well put together side, and you would have had to search hard to find anyone seriously thinking this would be their ultimate fate.
They enter this game in awful form having failed to win any of their last twelve matches, the most recent of which was a 1-1 draw with Wigan.
A twelve-match unbeaten run to end the season is always going to plunge a side into trouble so Reading can only blame themselves for their woes.
They beat The Terriers 3-1 when the two sides met in the league back in October but it's highly unlikely they'll see themselves into League One off the back of a scoreline like that.
For our Huddersfield vs. Reading prediction, we're going for a 1-1 draw.