TOMORROW sees Barnsley visit Huddersfield Town - and the stakes could not be higher.

Starting the final-day match in the relegation zone on goal difference, the Reds make the short journey in good spirits after a vital 2-0 win against Premier League-chasing Hull City last Saturday.

David Flitcroft's men go into the relegation decider knowing that a win would ensure their survival.

"I've always been positive, but I never thought it would take 54 points to get to this point," said Flicker. "I was looking at a target of 48 points when I took over.

"I've been relaxed all the way through because if I'm not then it will feed through to the players and the fans."

On the other hand, a point would be enough for Huddersfield Town - but this would leave Barnsley sweating on other results going their way.

"I’ve been saying for a while that it would come down to the Huddersfield match," added the Reds' boss, who's led the Tykes to nine wins in 19 games in charge. "Now let’s go there and finish the job off."

Seven teams - Wolves, Barnsley, Peterborough, Sheffield Wednesday, Millwall, Huddersfield Town and Blackburn Rovers - are still fighting for their lives going into the final day. 

Here are the key fixtures for you to keep an eye on.

Huddersfield Town vs Barnsley

Sheffield Wednesday vs Middlesbrough

Derby County vs Millwall

Crystal Palace vs Peterborough

Birmingham City vs Blackburn Rovers

Brighton vs Wolves

All matches kick-off at 12.45pm.