The 2020 regular season is down to its final two days, and the Giants, Brewers, Phillies and Mets are all still fighting for a playoff spot in the National League.

What if there's a tie for the last Wild Card spot? What if there's a three-way tie? What if there's a four-way tie?

It would come down to mathematical tiebreakers, since there are no tiebreaker games this year. (For more on that and other playoff FAQs, read here.)

We'll focus on the National League since the American League field is set; the only thing to settle there is seeding. You can find AL tiebreakers here.

Here's how the NL Wild Card tiebreaker scenarios would play out:

Current records (entering play Saturday)

Giants: 29-29 (2 games left vs. SD)

Brewers: 28-30 (2 games left at STL)

Phillies: 28-30 (2 games left at TB)