Who will be the big winners and losers in League Two?
When it comes to making predictions League Two is always the most difficult decision. Relatively small injections of investment can take clubs rocketing up the table and the recent trend is for teams coming in from the Blue Square ranks to be instantly competitive.
Form swings are the norm in this division. At the start of the 2011/12 campaign the lead changed hands almost weekly and front runners Crawley Town were eventually forced to scramble into the final automatic promotion berth.
Add to that Crewe, who went from languishing under the threat of relegation pre-Christmas to seventh spot and play-off glory. And among the ranks this season are four yo-yo clubs returning to the bottom tier. Exeter City, Rochdale, Chesterfield and Wycombe Wanderers are all recent members of the bottom division. The Spireites and the Chairboys are straight back down after a year and Rochdale are back after just two seasons. Dale fans had watched their club in the bottom tier ever since 1974.
Coming up are Fleetwood Town as newcomers and old hands York City. Both have legitimate aspirations to do what Crawley and Stevenage have done and press on directly to League One. A case could be made for the promotion places coming from these six new clubs.
But the history of this division is that few teams can be written off. This is such a volatile league that long-established league clubs like Mansfield Town, Luton Town, Stockport County and Grimsby Town have all found themselves ejected in recent seasons. In 2011/12 Plymouth Argyle and Northampton Town had narrow squeaks.
And the Blue Square teams coming in are no minnows. Fleetwood and York will both have more clout than Macclesfield Town and Hereford United, who they replace. The momentum that Fleetwood built in 2011/12 means the Cod Army could well march to League One at the first attempt.
Fleetwood are installed as second favourites behind Rotherham United. The Yorkshire squad were favoured last year but faltered after a strong start. They are expected to challenge again based around the appointment of the ferociously combative Steve Evans as coach.
Oxford United and Southend United are expected to go close after campaigns last season when each club came up a little short. Chesterfield will be expected to be in the hunt for a quick return to League One and Plymouth could rise again after a change of ownership and battling clear of the drop zone.
At the bottom the bookmakers make Barnet favourites to go down after two seasons of miraculous escapes and, with Macclesfield gone, Accrington Stanley are another North West club with very low crowds who could be under threat.
After initially making a good fist of their Football League career Morecambe's form has slipped alarmingly - another case of a club moving to a new stadium but losing the plot on the playing side.
AFC Wimbledon enjoyed relatively modest first season at this level and may well remain a mid-table outfit. Bristol Rovers have high hopes that their side can push on and get back to the level that Gas fans believe they should be at.
It's a similar story at Bradford City. The glory days in the Premier League under paul Jewell are long past and in recent years mere survival has been the priority. There's hope of a run to at least the play-offs this year.
Northampton Town endured an uncomfortable brush with the drop in 2011/12 but eventually pulled away. The Cobblers can look forward to a less dramatic campaign but probably not promotion.
Torquay have been in the promotion mix recently but are expected to slip back this year and Port Vale have had off-field issues and will be glad to find a secure berth in the centre of the pack. Aldershot have fallen away from their heights of two years ago and Dagenham & Redbridge could be on the fringe of the drop zone.
Gillingham are dark horses for a play-off berth and Burton Albion are another club from a small town who are finding life in the Football League much tougher than non-league.
So who to select for promotion? I expect Rotherham to get it together this year and Chesterfield to bounce back to League One. Fleetwood's momentum can take them to the third spot.
For the play-offs let's say Oxford, Southend, Plymouth Argyle and Bristol Rovers. At the bottom I'll take Barnet to pull off another houdini act and finish above Morecambe and Burton Albion.
Calling all fans of League Two clubs: Who do you think will be the big winners and losers this season? Will Fleetwood make it into League One at the first time of asking? Can Barnet stay away from the drop zone? Whatever your views, we'd love to hear from you.