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Barnsley manager 'didn't expect' promotion, Jack Ross urges Sunderland to be calm while Doncaster receive confidence boost - League One final day preview

With every League One club in action this weekend - the promotion and relegation picture could be cemented as we enter the final game.

Scroll down and click through the pages as we highlight the key talking points ahead of the third-tier's final fixtures:

Ahead of Saturday's game, Luton announced that former West Bromwich Albion assistant Graeme Jones wiill takeover as manager on Tuesday - and the Hatters will win the title should the better second-place Barnsley's result.

1. Luton Town v Oxford United

Ahead of Saturday's game, Luton announced that former West Bromwich Albion assistant Graeme Jones wiill takeover as manager on Tuesday - and the Hatters will win the title should the better second-place Barnsley's result.
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Jubilant Barnsley head coach Daniel Stendel admitted he didn't expect to clinch promotion last Tuesday after Sunderland's loss. The Tykes could win the league if Luton slip up.

2. Bristol Rovers v Barnsley

Jubilant Barnsley head coach Daniel Stendel admitted he didn't expect to clinch promotion last Tuesday after Sunderland's loss. The Tykes could win the league if Luton slip up.
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Kenny Jackett was shortlisted for the Sky Bet League One Manager of the Month ahead of his side's clash against Stanley - bettering Sunderland and Charlton's results would mean Pompey faced sixth in the playoffs.

3. Portsmouth v Accrington Stanley

Kenny Jackett was shortlisted for the Sky Bet League One Manager of the Month ahead of his side's clash against Stanley - bettering Sunderland and Charlton's results would mean Pompey faced sixth in the playoffs.
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Black Cats manager Jack Ross urged his side 'retain an element of calmness' ahead of Sunderland's clash with Southend - a loss could mean the Wearsiders slip to fifth place.

4. Southend v Sunderland

Black Cats manager Jack Ross urged his side 'retain an element of calmness' ahead of Sunderland's clash with Southend - a loss could mean the Wearsiders slip to fifth place.
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