There is £170 million at stake when Middlesbrough take on Brighton & Hove Albion on Saturday.
The winner of the Championship's winner-takes-all fixture will secure the second automatic promotion place to the Premier League, where they will earn £95m for the season thanks to the new TV rights deal.
And the remainder of the £170m figure will come from parachute payments if the clubs are relegated, according to Deloitte.
Avoid relegation and that figure could grow by about 41 percent.
A little over a year ago, Aitor Karanka's Middlesbrough faced Norwich in last season's playoff final, after just missing out on automatic promotion. On the day, they simply didn't turn up, displaying none of the verve that had got them there in the first place, and Norwich had the game and promotion won in the opening 15 minutes. For that, and many other reasons, Boro will be trying to avoid the end of season nerve-shredders this time, and they have a chance to do that in the biggest match of...
Aitor Karanka is unsure over the fitness of defender George Friend ahead of Saturday's crucial promotion decider against Brighton.
Friend suffered a hamstring injury at Burnley last month and has missed his side's last two games as they bid to secure promotion back to the Premier League.
Karanka confirmed the club's medical staff will assess Friend on Saturday morning, but does not anticipate doubts over other players.
Ritchie de Laet stands by to step into the defence for Boro should Friend fail to...