With less than 24 hours remaining, each club in the Barclay's Premier League will be looking to complete their final deals and set their team up as best as possible for the next four months before the January transfer window is open.
Arsenal have been scrambling all day to make sure that Arsene Wenger brings in at least enough to get the club to January in the top six.
The teams expecting to be in the relegation fight are also looking for their last chance to add depth before they see just how grueling the EPL season can be.
There is not a lot of time left for all of our clubs, and with a look at what the next day could hold here is a list of the deals that each team needs to complete on deadline day.
Allan Hutton is the one thing that Aston Villa has going for them in the market at the moment and they need to bring him in to fill their midfield gaps.
Giovani Dos Santos was sensational for Mexico this summer, and he deserves a new life line away from Tottenham.
His playmaking ability could fill the void left by Charles N'Zogbia.
Rovers need to complete their move for Scott Dann as they are desperate to have additional cover with Chris Samba still a threat to possibly leave the club.
Tony Pulis is desperate to sign at least one player before the end of the deadline and Wilson Palacios has to be their main focus.
David N'Gog is in the works and the Wanderers need to get all the details finalized to secure their new striker from Liverpool before the end of Wednesday.
N'Gog should be an excellent addition to Ivan Klasnic and Kevin Davies.
The impending departure of Wilson Palacios, and possibly Luka Modric in the near future, has Spurs needing to sign either Lassana Diarra or Scott Parker.
Matthew Bates looks to be the one target that Swansea have in their sights, and his move from Middlesbrough would be a good value signing for the Welsh club.
Neil Warnock has done a fine job the last few days, but the signature of Shaun Wright-Phillips could be crucial and it needs to be done.
A loan move for Nedum Onuoha of Manchester City could be the best offer for Everton as their money worries continue.
Paul Lambert has brought in eight new players already to strengthen his squad, and despite many believing he is completely done he could still benefit from at least another move.
He could reach out to Liverpool for a different loan move this summer as Nathan Eccleston could be a great loan move for them.
Like Everton, West Bromwich Albion are not likely to have any more major money to spend but could do with a splurge for a last minute bid to sign Fulham's Chris Baird.
Martin Jol's pursuit of Inter Milan midfielder Sulley Muntari looks like it could be out of the London club's range, but that is just the beauty of it as he desperately needs cover in the midfield.
Steve Bruce is keen on Tottenham's Peter Crouch, and the signing of the tall lanky Englishman to partner with Asamoah Gyan would be a shrewd way to round out a huge summer overhaul of the squad.
Mick McCarthy has said that his spending is over but he could still benefit to the sign another defender to have cover.
Liam Ridgewell would be a good signing and could be available for a low cost from Birmingham City.
Alan Pardew has made great moves this summer and just finalized possibly his best yet with Davide Santon from Inter Milan.
Now the focus looks to be turning to Sochaux striker Modibo Maiga with a mind to have him fill the place of either Shola Ameobi or Leon Best in the first 11.
Franck Ribery would be an out of this world last day signing for the Blues, and he could bring a whole new attacking element just as Juan Mata already has to the club.
Liverpool are a lock to finish better than last season by any means. The Reds finalized the signing of Sebastian Coates this evening, and look to be finished with their inbound players.
The main thing the Reds need to do on the last day is make sure their players leaving go out on transfers or loans, but leave either way.
Owen Hargreaves could be the next player to take the cross torn route of Carlos Tevez. If the former UEFA Champions League winner at Manchester United is half as successful Sir Alex Ferguson might rue the day he did not accept him to play for free.
If City are going to go for it, why not take a risk or two with the squad they already have.
Manchester United 8, Arsenal 2. I think Sir Alex Ferguson has done just fine this summer.
However, if he does get the chance to just throw the money out at the last minute the deal for Wesley Sneijder, though probably not happening, would be adding fuel to their fire as projected title retainers.
As we enter the back straight away for the transfer window deadline day run-in, it looks to be an exciting last day in the market for the English top flight.
I hope your team gets their deals done and I'll have all the post window team in and out grades come Thursday evening.