Last Day Preview – All to play for

In League One, the final match venue is the story of the last day. Portsmouth, Oxford United and Charlton Athletic are all competing for the final to join Lincoln, Sunderland and Blackpool who have already qualified for the playoffs.

What are the positions currently held by the teams?

Portsmouth is currently ranked sixth and last in the play-offs. Portsmouth are 72 points, 15 goals behind.

Oxford is in seventh place with 71 points to their name, with a goal difference of 17.

Charlton Athletic also have 71 points, with a goal difference of 13 points.

What is the shape of the sides?

In the last ten games, Portsmouth have scored 17 points, Oxford has scored 18 points, and Charlton has scored 19 in the last 10 games.

What are the last day matches?

Portsmouth will host Accrington Stanley on Sunday. Oxford will play at home against Burton Albion, and Charlton will play at home against League champion Hull.

What are permutations?

It’s a little complicated, but we hope that’s a good summary.

What does Portsmouth have to do to reach the qualifiers?

If Portsmouth wins, it will take sixth place.

A draw means Portsmouth will count on both Oxford and Charlton failing to win.

If Portsmouth lost, they would win playoffs if Oxford lost, and Charlton lost or drawn. Although if Portsmouth lost as well as Oxford lost, but Charlton drew, Portsmouth could have lost with only one goal, otherwise Charlton would have overtaken them in goals scored.

What does Oxford need to do to enter the qualifiers?

If Oxford wins, and Pompey and Charlton fail to win, they will take first place. If Oxford wins, they will play playoffs if Portsmouth fails to win and Charlton wins but they have not reversed the goal difference of -4 compared to Oxford.

If Oxford draws, they will go into a playoff if Portsmouth loses, and Charlton fails to win.

What does Charlton have to do to get the qualifiers?

If Charlton wins and Portsmouth and Oxford relegate on points, they will play a playoff game. If Charlton wins, Portsmouth drops the points, but an Oxford win would need to improve the goal difference to overtake Oxford.

A draw would see them knock out matches if Oxford lost and Portsmouth lost with two or more goals, as they would overtake Portsmouth by goals scored.

What is the team news for the three teams?

Portsmouth will have Jordi Hula available after injury, while Jack Watmog will also be available for selection after four matches are suspended. Michael Jacobs and Ellis Harrison are both infected.

As for Oxford, they are without John Mussinho and Marcus McGowan in the Burton match.

Charlton will miss Jake Forster-Kaski, while Diyalang Jessesemi is questionable in the match against Hale.

What are the games?

The final day of League One will take place on Sunday, with matches starting at midday.

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