We have a dead rubber match at Carrow Road this weekend as Norwich City face Blackpool in the Championship.
Norwich City currently sit 12th in the Championship with seventeen wins, eleven draws and seventeen losses from forty-five games this season.
The Canaries have had a very disappointing season in the Championship and are close to shedding their tag as the league's most notorious yoyo team having failed to come close to reaching the play-offs, let alone the automatic promotion spot they were expected to contest for coming into the campaign.
Their form heading into this game is really poor having failed to win any of their last five matches while winning just one of their last ten.
To end the season in such manner is a death sentence for any hopes of reaching the play-offs and they can only blame themselves given the talent at their disposal.
Their form at Carrow Road hasn't been good either, with The Canaries drawing one and losing three of their last four games on home soil.
A period of introspection is in order for Norwich this summer and those in charge must consider why their approach of recycled and unimaginative managerial hires have not gone according to plan.
They can at least end the season with three points and that's what they should do as they face an already relegated side.
Blackpool currently sit 23rd in the Championship with ten wins, eleven draws and twenty-four losses from forty-five games this season.
The Tangerines have had a tough campaign in the Championship and have been relegated with time to spare despite their best efforts.
They enter this game in decent form having won two of their last four games, with their most recent game a 2-3 loss at home to play-off chasing Millwall in a game that they can be proud of their efforts.
Their form away from home is not very encouraging heading into this one having lost four of their last five games on the road.
Blackpool were beaten 0-1 by Norwich when the two sides met back in October and will want to get revenge here as that is effectively all they have to play for.
The Tangerines now must plan for next season and the hope will be that a smart summer in terms of recruitment can see them bounce back to the Championship at the first time of asking. For now, they're looking to bow out of the league in style.
For our Norwich vs. Blackpool prediction, we're going for a 2-1 win for the home side.