Brentford host Blackburn Rovers on Sunday knowing they will play their part in deciding who will join Wigan and Rotherham in League One next season.
The Bees will be focused purely on themselves and not take any interest in what is going on with Rovers' relegation rivals knowing that victory secures a top 10 finish.
Dean Smith's side will know three points could even see them finishing eighth if Norwich lose at home to QPR and Derby fail to beat the already relegated Millers.
But with Sky Sports showing the contest, as well as Nottingham Forest's relegation decider with Ipswich, the wider attention will be on the bottom three.
GetWestLondon has provided the relegation permutations involving Blackburn, Nottingham Forest as well as Birmingham City who could still take the drop.
Birmingham City (face Bristol City at Ashton Gate)
It's a simple equation for Birmingham. They need to win at Bristol City to be guaranteed a place in next season's Championship.
Anything other than that with both Nottingham Forest and Blackburn winning would send them down to League One due to their vastly inferior goal difference compared to their rivals.
Nottingham Forest (face Ipswich Town at The City Ground)
Victory may not be enough for Nottingham Forest to survive but, that being said, it should be enough to preserve their second tier status.
If they win and Birmingham City lose then they go above the Blues but if Harry Redknapp's side triumphs then it all comes down to how Blackburn perform at Brentford.
Rovers' goal difference of -14 is one less than Forest's -13 but if Mark Warburton's side triumph then Blackburn must win by two further goals given that they've only scored 50 to the Tricky Trees' 59.
Blackburn Rovers (face Brentford at Griffin Park)
Survival is, just, in their hands. A clear Rovers victory that is two goals better than Nottingham Forest means they would overhaul the Tricky Trees or if they better the result Mark Warburton's side get.
A Blackburn win, coupled with a Birmingham loss at Bristol City, will lift Rovers above the Blues and ensure survival.
Defeat may not be disastrous but it would involve Nottingham Forest losing by two further goals at home to Ipswich in order to see Warburton's side drop into the bottom three.