The penultimate weekend of the EFL season was one to remember, with players stepping up when it mattered most. Here's our select XI for 27-28 April...
Roos - Derby County
The keeper had to be at his best as the Rams secured a huge win at fellow Play-Off hopefuls Bristol City.
Bogle - Derby County
Just ahead of Roos, Bogle had an excellent game at both ends, finding the net in the second half.
O'Connell - Sheffield United
The centre-back led by example as the Blades did their bit, scoring to help his side beat Ipswich Town, before promotion was confirmed a day later.
Kent - Colchester United
A goal and a clean sheet against automatic promotion chasers MK Dons represented a great afternoon's work, keeping the Us in Play-Off contention.
Fitzpatrick - Macclesfield Town
The left-back scored a priceless goal as the Silkmen won 1-0 at Port Vale, providing a huge boost to their survival bid.
Browne - Preston North End
A well-taken goal and assist for the midfielder only tells half the story of Saturday's clash at Deepdale, which finished in an entertaining 3-3 draw.
Bannan - Sheffield Wednesday
Bannan matched Browne's output for the afternoon, registering a goal and assist of his own from the middle of the park for the Owls.
McConville - Accrington Stanley
McConville scored a superb hat-trick as Stanley beat Plymouth Argyle 5-1, rounding off his treble in style with a curling effort.
Kirk - Crewe Alexandra
A late double from the attacker earned Crewe a thrilling 4-3 victory over promotion contenders Forest Green Rovers.
Akins - Burton Albion
Luton Town were hoping to celebrate promotion at Burton, but a brace from Akins crashed the party, in what was a fantastic individual display.
Pigott - AFC Wimbledon
Pigott has been in sensational form for AFC Wimbledon and scored two goals to help his side to a huge win over Wycombe Wanderers.
Manager: Barry-Murphy - Rochdale
Barry-Murphy has done a fine job since taking over from Keith Hill, and guided the Dale to safety with a massive 1-0 win over Southend United.