Brentford and Bournemouth will win promotion to the Premier League, were the results to match those in the reverse fixtures earlier this season.
The Bees, who are currently sitting in sixth place, picked up 23 points from a possible 30 against their upcoming opponents earlier in the season and only have one of the top eight, Derby, to play.
That would be good enough for 85 points and they would finish a point above Middlesbrough and two points above Derby to be automatically promoted to the top flight.
Bournemouth, though, would be champions as they picked up 26 points out of 30 in the reverse fixtures against their remaining 10 opponents.
Middlesbrough also face a difficult run of games with six of the top eight left to play and they only picked up 18 from 30 in the reverse fixtures.
Derby face a tough run of fixtures, taking on five of the top eight in their next six games and only picked up 17 points in those contests earlier this season.
Watford would take fifth place after only picking up 15 points from their last 10 games, based on previous results against the same opposition.
Ipswich would sneak into the play-offs at Norwich's expense as they picked up 17 points against their final 10 opponents earlier in the season, while the Canaries only won two of those 10 to finish on 76 points.
Wolves would pick up 71 points, winning just three of their last 10.
Of course, previous matches are no indicators of future results and it is highly unlikely Bournemouth would beat Birmingham 8-0 again. But, were Brentford to repeat their form in the final 10 games, they would stand a fantastic chance of winning promotion.
Final table (if results matched the reverse fixtures)
1. Bournemouth 92
2. Brentford 85
3. Middlesbrough 84
4. Derby 83
5. Watford 81
6. Ipswich 78
7. Norwich 76
8. Wolves 71