Reading are without a game this evening, but it remains a big night of League One action at both ends of the table.

The Royals, picking up a win and draw in their last two away matches, have sealed their place in League One for next season with two matches to go.

Saturday's hosts' Burton Albion are still fearing for their future and have a crunch clash with relegation-threatened Cheltenham Town this evening.

The Brewers occupy the 20th and are currently safe, three clear of Port Vale who sit in the final relegation spot.

Cheltenham, with an extra game in hand over Burton, sit 22nd and five behind Burton.

Port Vale host mid-table Wycombe Wanderers as they themselves battle Cheltenham and Burton for the safe 20th position.

Fleetwood Town sit second from the bottom and will be relegated officially if they fail to at least match Burton's result.

Charlie Adam's Cod Army travel to promotion-chasing Peterborough United so face a tough test to avoid relegation this evening.

At the top end, Portsmouth know a draw against Barnsley will secure a return to the Championship, while a win will win them the League One title at Fratton Park.

Bolton Wanderers will look to heap pressure on second-place Derby County when Shrewsbury Town visit the Toughsheet Community Stadium.

Perhaps the most intriguing meeting of the night is sixth-placed Oxford United hosting eighth-place Lincoln City.

The Imps saw their 16-game unbeaten run end on Saturday against Wigan Athletic, but need a win to keep hopes of snatching a play-off spot alive.