Stotfold are scheduled to face a do-or-die fight for promotion in a one-off game on Saturday.

The Eagles confirmed their second position in the Spartan South Midlands League Premier Division in the week with a 1-0 home win over champions Leighton Town, courtesy of a Kade Bagge.

It meant their return to New Roker Park to face Dunstable Town was a dead rubber, and a lacklustre performance followed with only an Aaron Hector goal to show for their efforts in a 3-1 loss.

They are yet to find out their opponents but it will be away at someone like Barton Rovers or St Neots Town.

This is the second year of a promotion-relegation battle between teams finishing second at step five and one of either the third or fourth bottom sides in step four, and also the last.

The FA have announced that from next year, the SSML will adopt a traditional four-team play-off battle for the sides finishing second to fifth in the table.

At the other end of the table, Arlesey Town's late surge meant they were clear of the relegation dogfight going into their final game of the season, at home to Hoddesdon Town.

And the 3-2 victory, their third in the last five games, meant that the visitors to New Lamb Meadow were the ones going down with London Colney.

Matt Gilbert, Tom Millett and Rory Busby got the goals.

Baldock Town finished the season in 16th, one place but eight points ahead of their landlords.

Harry Dollimore and Luke Rowland got the goals in a 2-2 draw at Ardley United.

In Division One, Letchworth Eagles' last home game ended in a 4-0 loss to Eaton Socon but Codicote enjoyed a sensational afternoon at home to crisis club The 61 FC (Luton) in Division Two, winning 11-0.

Liam Hayden got three and there were doubles for both Tajahn Figueroa and Connor Waite. Jason Penman, Sam Willett, Nicholas Gardner and Shane Scott got the others.

Hitchin's wonderful end of season form took them to a fourth straight win and fifth success from the last six games.

Josh Coldicott-Stevens, Diogo Freitas Gouveia and Ashley Hay scored in a 3-1 win over Ilkeston Town, the final fixture of the Southern League Premier Division Central season attracted another crowd of more than 800 to Top Field.

They finish the year in 12th with 16 wins and 11 draws from their 42 fixtures.