Port Vale boss Mickey Adams wants his side to rain on promoted Swindon's parade after a comfortable 1-0 win over 10-man Bristol Rovers.
Marc Richards' 16th goal of the season secured the points for Vale before Rovers' Tom Parkes was shown a straight red for a high tackle on Chris Shuker.
Adams said: "It's not always easy to play against 10 men and I was delighted with the way the lads did the right things to make sure we saw out the game in comfort.
"The only thing missing was one or two more goals, which we probably should have had, but it's a good win against a team who had won their last match 7-1.
"We've now got two terrific games to finish the season at Swindon, who will be out to go up as champions, and at home to Oxford who are trying to get into the play-offs. They will be great games to be involved in."