as reported by grimsbytelegraph.co.uk

With the end of the League Two season drawing near, we’re a step closer to knowing who will be going up to League One, and who will heading down to the National League.

Just four games remain for the majority of teams in the division, with Lincoln City looking set for the title after securing their promotion on Saturday.

Things remain tight for the remaining automatic promotion spots and Play-Off places, while the battle against relegation looks to be a straight shoot-out between Macclesfield, Yeovil and Notts County.

But how does each team’s position in the table compare to their squad values? German-based football website Transfermarkt has priced up each League Two side, and it makes for some interesting reading.

Grimsby Town find themselves ranked 17th based on their squad value, the same position they hold in the table.

That puts them below the likes of Macclesfield – who have spent most of the season in the relegation zone – Crawley, Cheltenham and Cambridge.

Check out the full squad values below, and who Transfermarkt rate as each club’s most valuable player…

Stevenage sit bottom of the pile for squad value, according to Transfermarkt. Stevenage sit bottom of the pile for squad value, according to Transfermarkt. (Image: Joseph Raynor/ Nottingham Post) 24. Stevenage Squad value: £1.64m League position: 11th Most valuable players: Scott Cuthbert and Jamal Campbell-Ryce, £225k 23. Yeovil Town Squad value: £1.69m League position: 23rd

Most valuable player: Gary Warren, £315k

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