And so it comes to this, 90 minutes plus the prospect of extra time and penalties to decide whether it will be Millwall or Swindon who join Norwich and Leeds in being promoted from League One this season. Finger nails at the ready.
Millwall finished third in the league, heartbreakingly pipped to automatic promotion by a point by Simon Grayson’s Leeds side, while Swindon finished the season two places and three points behind Kenny Jackett’s men.
A quick glance at the head-to-head record suggests it could be Millwall’s day. The Londoner’s have won two and drawn two of the last four against Swindon. This season they drew 1-1 at the County Ground, before Millwall recorded a 3-2 win at the New Den three weeks ago.
But Millwall’s play-off record is wretched. The club have missed out on promotion in the end of season tournament on five occasions, including defeat by Scunthorpe at Wembley last year.
And Swindon could have the edge if the game goes the distance after Danny Wilson’s side beat Charlton in a penalty shoot-out in the semi-finals.
So it’s the Lions against the Robins for a place in the Championship, doesn’t sound like a fair fight – but who are you backing?
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