With one automatic promotion spot sealed, Sheffield United are set to snag the other – leaving behind them a scrap for the remaining playoff spot.And on Sunday night AEST, there will likely be a huge hint as to the identity of the final side who will gain promotion to the top tier – and reap the £160 million ($280 million) windfall that comes with it.Stream international football with beIN SPORTS on KAYO. Live coverage from 2018/19 La Liga, Bundesliga, Serie A, Ligue 1, Argentine Super Liga & more. Get your 14 day free trial >Leeds United led the division for plenty of the race, but have stumbled in recent weeks, and they’ll take on an in-form Aston Villa side in the penultimate round of ther season.PL: The Canaries are back!1:00Villa have won their last 10 on the trot and will be keen to ride that momentum all the way to through the playoffs – having fallen at the final hurdle last year. Meanwhile, Leeds have lost their last two and will be desperate to right the ship before the sudden death phase begins.The winner of the clash, which will be live on beIN Sports 2 (channel 514) from 8:55pm, will likely take the ascendency into the playoffs.Judging on the current table, the pair will battle it out alongside West Brom and one of Derby County and Middlesbrough for the final promotion place.THE OVERNIGHT RESULTS:Norwich City sealed their promotion to the Premier League with a 2-1 win over Blackburn Rovers.Sheffield United are on the brink of joining them after a 2-0 victory over Ipswich Town.Norwich needed just a point to be sure of a return to the English top flight after a three-year absence and goals from Marco Stiepermann and Mario Vrancic secured all three.Billy Sharp of Sheffield United celebrates victorySource: Getty Images“It’s a moment full of happiness, full of pride and it’s fantastic, world class… we made history today and have achieved something really extraordinary,” Norwich head coach Daniel Farke said.“For me, the Championship is, without doubt, the toughest league in the world; so many games and each and every game is very close.” Norwich are nine points clear of third-placed Leeds United – who have two games left to play, the first at home on Sunday against Mile Jedinak’s fifth-placed Aston Villa.READ MORE:EVERY PL GOAL: PERFECT SWING SETS UP IDEAL AUSSIE SCENARIOCHAMPS CHOKE: SUPERSTAR SENT AS PSG THROW AWAY CUP FINALDORTMUND IMPLODE: COACH LOSES IT, GIVES UP AFTER DERBY DISGRACESheffield United are six points clear of Leeds after goals from Scott Hogan and Jack O’Connell helped them secure a third successive win.The Blades’ far superior goal difference to Leeds (+13) means it would take a monumental turnaround to deny them a return to the EPL after 12 years, while they can still win the league on the final day.“There’s still a game to play, and we’re going to go a try and win the Championship,” manager Chris Wilder.Sixth-placed Derby edged closer to sealing the final play-off place with a 2-0 win at 10-man Bristol City.Leeds United’s Liam Cooper (right) celebrates scoringSource: Getty ImagesFrank Lampard’s side kept their noses in front of closest rivals Middlesbrough, who also won, while the hopes of a top-six finish for Socceroo Bailey Wright’s Robins were dealt a major blow.Boro kept their play-off hopes alive heading into the final fixture next week with a 2-1 win over Reading 2-1 at the Riverside – they trail Derby on goal difference but have played a game more.Rotherham’s 2-1 defeat at fourth-placed West Brom condemned Australian winger Ryan Williams’s side to relegation.Nottingham Forest climbed one place to 10th after winning 1-0 at Socceroos midfielder Massimo Luongo’s QPR while his national teammate Jackson Irvine provided the second-half goal assists as Hull City came back from two goals down to draw 2-2 with Swansea City.Australian left-back defender James Meredith was a late substitute as Millwall clinched their survival with a goalless home draw with Stoke City. Sheffield Wednesday hit back from two down to draw 3-3 at Preston, Birmingham were held 1-1 at home by Wigan while relegated Bolton’s final home game of the season against Brentford was postponed after their players went on strike in protest at unpaid wages.