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Rob Stevens

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  1. Goodbye

    Villa or Boro await Fulham

    That brings an end to our coverage of what was an intriguing Championship play-off semi-final second leg between Fulham and Derby County.

    The Whites showed determination to come from behind and book a place in the final on Saturday, 26 May.

    It will be a first trip to Wembley for the west London club since they lost the FA Cup final to West Ham in 1975.

    Slavisa Jokanovic's side will face either Aston Villa or Middlesbrough in the final.

    Those two teams meet tomorrow at Villa Park, with Villa holding a 1-0 lead from the first leg.

    Make sure you join us for that one.

  2. Fulham 'deserve' final spot

    Fulham reach Wembley

    Quote Message: This club needs this kind of happiness. After 43 years we will play at Wembley and it is an important achievement for us. We deserve this victory and a chance to reach the Premier League. The players showed great belief and confidence and it is credit to my players. from Slavisa Jokanovic Fulham boss on Sky Sports
    Slavisa JokanovicFulham boss on Sky Sports
  3. Another season in Championship for Derby

    FT: Fulham 2-0 Derby County (Agg 2-1)

    While Fulham celebrated with their fans, Derby County's players applauded their travelling fans after they fell short with their efforts.

    The Rams stay outside of the Premier League will be extended into an 11th season.

    It's also another play-off semi-final defeat for County, who lost at this stage to Hull two years ago.

    Derby have now been unsuccessful in six of their seven play-off campaigns.

  4. Fulham book place at Wembley

    FT: Fulham 2-0 Derby County (Agg 2-1)

    If you are just joining us you missed out on a cracking play-off semi-final.

    Fulham turned around a first-leg defeat at Derby to seal a place in the Championship play-off final at Wembley.

    Goals from Ryan Sessegnon and Denis Odoi gave the Whites victory.

    Click the link below to read Gary Smee's report of the action from Craven Cottage.

    Fulham 2-0 Derby County (Agg 2-1)

    Ryan Sessegnon celebration

    Fulham turn round a first-leg defeat against Derby to seal a place in the Championship play-off final at Wembley.

    Read more
  5. Mitrovic proud of Fulham effort

    FT: Fulham 2-0 Derby (2-1 agg)

    Quote Message: This is the reason I came here. It is unbelievable. I think we deserve to get promoted as we play good football and created chances. I am so proud and so happy. from Aleksandar Mitrovic Fulham striker on Sky Sports
    Aleksandar MitrovicFulham striker on Sky Sports
  6. Fulham 'put pressure' on Derby

    FT: Fulham 2-0 Derby (2-1 agg)

    Quote Message: We showed a lot of bottle today. Credit to the lads, we pushed and pushed and should have scored in the first half. Thankfully I got the goal and it changed the game. The second put pressure on them. We believe in our style of play from Ryan Sessegnon Fulham forward on Sky Sports
    Ryan SessegnonFulham forward on Sky Sports
  7. Fulham fans celebrate

    FT: Fulham 2-0 Derby (2-1 agg)

    Denis Odoi among Fulham fans

    Fulham defender Denis Odoi is loving this as the celebrations head towards the Cottage.

    He's on the shoulders of supporters directing their singing.

    Fulham are 90 minutes away from a return to the Premier League following a four-year absence.

  8. Pitch invasion

    FT: Fulham 2-0 Derby (2-1 agg)

    There is a pitch invasion at Craven Cottage, as Fulham fans celebrate the win on the pitch.

    Goalscorer Denis Odoi is in the thick of it, and fans are getting plenty of pictures with Ryan Sesegnon too.

    Defender Tim Ream is being chaired by supporters.


    Fulham 2-0 Derby (2-1 agg)

    Fulham are on their way to Wembley!

    Their first-ever win in eight play-off times has seen them overturn a 1-0 deficit from the first leg.

    Goals from Ryan Sessegnon and Denis Odoi were enough to give the Whites victory.

    Fulham fans
  10. Post update

    Fulham 2-0 Derby (2-1 agg)

    Not long left now. Can the Rams create one last chance?

  11. Post update

    Fulham 2-0 Derby (2-1 agg)

    Another crucial interception from Tim Ream as the ball foes out for a throw-in.

    The ball is slung in to the Fulham box and Richard Keogh sends a header wide.

  12. Post update

    Fulham 2-0 Derby (2-1 agg)

    Tomas Kalas wins another crucial header at the back for Fulham.

    Derby still have a chance to recycle.

  13. Post update

    Fulham 2-0 Derby (2-1 agg)

    There's a period of head tennis after Derby pump a free-kick long and into the area.

    Fulham manage to survive for now.


    Fulham 2-0 Derby (2-1 agg)

    Fulham fans are trying to cheer their team over the line.

    Home keeper Marcus Bettinelli goes into the book for time-wasting at a goal kick.

  15. Post update

    Fulham 2-0 Derby (2-1 agg)

    Oliver Norwood takes the free-kick long into the box and gives the ball away, allowing Derby to come forward.

    The Rams work an opening for Matej Vydra, but he flashes an effort wide at the near post from a narrow angle.

  16. Post update

    Fulham 2-0 Derby (2-1 agg)

    Fulham striker Aleksandar Mitrovic wins a throw-in on the left flank.

    Then Aboubakar Kamara wins a free-kick on the left wing.

  17. Post update

    Fulham 2-0 Derby (2-1 agg)

    We are into six minutes of added time at Craven Cottage.

    Still hope for Derby, and plenty of seconds for Fulham to hang on to their precious advantage.


    Fulham 2-0 Derby (2-1 agg)

    Fulham make another change, as Oliver Norwood comes on for captain Tom Cairney.

  19. Post update

    Fulham 2-0 Derby (2-1 agg)

    Ryan Sessegnon shows pace to get to the ball ahead of Andreas Weimann in the Fulham box.

    Weimann then goes down and claims a penalty, but the free-kick goes against him.

    Sessegnon did have hands on the Austrian forward.

  20. Post update

    Fulham 2-0 Derby (2-1 agg)

    Rams keeper Scott Carson goes long, but it does all the way through to opposite number Marcus Bettinelli at the other end of the pitch.