Sheffield United will arguably be the side hardest hit should Premier League officials bring an early end to the season amid the coronavirus pandemic.
The Blades were enjoying one of the greatest campaigns in their history before the campaign was brought to a halt last month, finding themselves seventh with 10 games to go.
Reaching the Europa League would be a massive achievement in its own right, meanwhile, but United may not get the chance to achieve their aim.
According to reports this week, UEFA has asked each of its member associates to use its coefficient rankings to determine which sides qualify for a place in Europe next season.
Should that be the case, United would miss out on both a Champions League and European spot - regardless of their position in the Premier League - as they have no previous history in those competitions.
Wilder will hope that play does resume at some point, then, and with that in mind Sports Mole has taken an in-depth look at United's remaining nine fixtures.
The order that fixtures will be played is something that will have to be determined at a later date, but the Blades were scheduled to take on Newcastle United in their next match.
Sheffield United have lost their last four games against Newcastle, including a 2-0 reverse when they last met in December.
That could have been a banana skin fixture of sorts for Wilder's charges, then, and they are set to follow that up with a trip to in-form Manchester United, who were unbeaten in 11 matches before the coronavirus-enforced shutdown.
Six of United's remaining 10 fixtures are away from home, which could actually prove to be a good thing given their record away from Bramall Lane since returning to the top flight.
They have lost just two of their 13 away matches, taking 19 points from the 39 on offer.
The average position of the sides they still have to face away from home is 10-11th, whereas their four home games are against teams averaging a position of 7-8th.
Indeed, the Blades' hopes of qualifying for Europe could well come down to how they get on in crunch fixtures with Tottenham and Wolves at Bramall Lane.
United took 13 points from the corresponding 10 reverse fixtures earlier in the season, which would give them a final tally of 56 points.
Going by the average tally from the last few seasons, that would see them finish in eighth spot, marginally missing out on European football.
Sheffield United's remaining Premier League fixtures