Saturday afternoon sees a midtable clash in League One as Crewe Alexandra can potentially leapfrog Oxford United and move up into the top half with a win here.
It's been a funny, up and down season for Crewe, who haven't won back-to-back games since before Christmas, while recent weeks have seen them alternating between (three) wins and (three defeats) with a 2-1 defeat at home to league leaders Hull City (settled with a match-winner from Mallik Wilks in injury time) on Good Friday before bouncing back with a solid, impressive 2-0 win at form side MK Dons on Easter Monday, scoring both goals early before seeing out the lead professionally - registering just 30% possession at the Stadium MK but putting in an organised display to keep Russell Martin's tiki-taka side frustrated.
Oxford, meanwhile, have lost four of their last five matches and really need to get back to winning ways here if they're to keep their increasingly faint hopes of another play-off finish alive. Karl Robinson's men have been streaky this season, with only a remarkable mid-season run of nine wins from 10 games keeping their 2020-21 campaign being anything but ordinary - it was four wins in 16 prior to that run, and it's been three wins in 12 since.
Easter Weekend - with a 3-1 defeat at Sunderland followed by a 2-1 home defeat to Accrington Stanley - may well have settled matters, but as long as they remain within six points of sixth place, there's plenty to fight for in the run-in, even if they're down in 12th.
The reverse fixture back in November - a 2-0 win for Crewe at the Kassam Stadium - was the first time these two clubs have met since the 2011/12 season.