The League One Playoff Final will be decided at Wembley tonight and talkSPORT 2 will have exclusive commentary of the huge match.
The League One season was curtailed last month following the impacts of the coronavirus pandemic.
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Coventry and Rotherham gained promotion to the Championship while Wycombe, Oxford, Portsmouth and Fleetwood Town made the play-offs.
Wycombe beat Fleetwood 6-3 on aggregate to reach the playoff final while Oxford needed penalties to get past Portsmouth.
Now the two will face off at an empty Wembley for the final promotion place to the second tier of English football.
Oxford beat Wycombe 1-0 back in December thanks to James Henry’s winner while the reverse fixture was among the games to be cancelled.
Now they’ll meet in a huge showdown in London and talkSPORT 2 will be in attendance.
League One Playoff Final: How to listen
talkSPORT 2 will have full coverage of the match with kick off set for 7:30pm
Fans will have the option to listen to the games with or without crowd noise, so you can choose whichever way suits you best.
Dan Windle will be your host at Wembley with commentary from Sam Matterface and David Connolly.
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League One Playoff Final: What has been said?
Oxford boss Karl Robinson says his side’s Wembley visit will be just as special despite no fans being in the stands.
He said: “It’s Wembley, I’ve cried there, as a fan I’ve enjoyed winning there.
“I’ve been there and won as a coach, and I’ve had many, many memories going there for different reasons. And it’s always special.
“I’m there three or four times a year probably for FA hearings, and it’s empty then.
“But even when you do park your car before an FA hearing, it’s still wonderful going to Wembley. There’s a buzz about the place.
“It’s what we are all about as a nation.
“It is the home of football. If you ever get bored with going to Wembley, even if there’s nobody there, then you don’t like football.
“Of course it’s a much better place full of people, supporting and cheering, but we’re really looking forward to this.”
The League One Play-offs
Wycombe Wanderers 6 – 3 Fleetwood Town
Oxford United 2 – 2 Portsmouth (5-4 on penalties)
Meanwhile, Gareth Ainsworth admits it would be an honour to rewrite the history books with Wycombe.
“We could be finishing this season off upsetting the record books and hopefully rewriting the history books,” said Ainsworth.
“It would be the first time Wycombe are in any sort of level like this and it would be a proud moment for me to lead them there.
“It’s a huge game, the biggest game in the club’s league history without a shadow of a doubt.
“We want to make sure we take this opportunity and grasp it with both hands.
“Every time I’ve been to Wembley it involves Wycombe Wanderers and this is number three and I’ve lost the other two so I’m hoping it’s third time lucky.”