Two sides who've fallen short of the mark this season meet on the final day of the League One campaign as Portsmouth welcome Wycombe Wanderers to Fratton Park.
Portsmouth currently sit 8th in League One with seventeen wins, eighteen draws and ten losses from forty-five games this season.
Pompey fans and players alike will be very disappointed by this season's occurrences having failed to secure a play-off position despite entering the campaign as one of the automatic promotion favourites.
Portsmouth began the campaign in a manner that justified those pre-season projections but their form abruptly fell off a cliff, devoid of rationale, and despite things picking back up following the turn of the year it was too little too late as they now have to regroup and go again next season.
Despite everything they still could have secured a play-off spot but a run of four draws in their last five games essentially killed any hope of that in what has been a flat end to the campaign.
They're now on a ten-match unbeaten run and to think such a long unbeaten run to end the season would yield no results is bizarre, but they've simply produced an excessive number of draws which is something that both management and the board must look into over the summer.
Regardless, they can end the campaign on a high note here as they look to build towards a successful campaign next year.
Wycombe Wanderers currently sit 9th in League One with twenty wins, eight draws and seventeen losses from forty-five games this season.
Wycombe have failed to hit the heights of last season, where they reached the play-off final, but they will consider themselves unfortunate as their trajectory was taking them back towards the top six before manager Gareth Ainsworth departed for Championship club Queens Park Rangers a couple of months ago.
Wycombe's form has been hit and miss since Ainsworth's departure as they enter this game having won one and lost three of their last four matches.
A poor first few months of the season combined with a mixed finish is what has seen them fall short of a play-off berth and Wycombe fans will no doubt feel that things would have been different had Ainsworth remained in his post, particularly as they still now only sit eight points outside of the top six.
Nevertheless it was not to be, and they now look to what will be a huge summer for the club as they attempt to make another run for the play-offs next time out.
For our Portsmouth vs. Wycombe prediction, we're going for a 1-1 draw.