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Summary

  1. Kick-off: 15:00 BST
  2. Choose from BBC Three Counties Radio and BBC Radio Merseyside commentary
  3. Boreham Wood beat Sutton United 3-2 to reach final
  4. Tranmere Rovers beat Ebbsfleet United 4-2 in extra-time

Live Reporting

All times stated are UK

  1. Match report: Boreham Wood 1-2 Tranmere Rovers

    Andy Cook celebrates giving Tranmere the lead

    Tranmere Rovers battle for 89 minutes with 10 men to beat Boreham Wood and return to the English Football League.

    Read the match report by clicking here.

  2. FULL-TIME

    Boreham Wood 1-2 Tranmere

    Tranmere goalkeeper celebrates

    It's all over!

    James Norwood's late goal has ensured Tranmere Rovers will return to the English Football League!

    Micky Mellon has run onto the pitch and there are jubilant scenes!

  3. GOAL: Boreham Wood 1-2 Tranmere

    James Norwood (80 mins)

    Could this be the goal that takes Tranmere Rovers back into the English Football League?

    James Norwood rises high and nods into the bottom corner from Connor Jennings' inswinging cross.

    They've got 10 minutes to hold on.

  4. Post update

    Boreham Wood 1-1 Tranmere

    Big chance for Tranmere! James Norwood comes about two inches away from connecting on to Connor Jennings' low delivery.

    Had he have connected with that, it could have been game over for Boreham Wood.

  5. Post update

    Boreham Wood 1-1 Tranmere

    Bruno Andrade comes close to doubling his tally for the afternoon and putting Boreham Wood into the lead.

    His free-kick is well palmed away by Tranmere keeper Scott Davies, however.

  6. Post update

    Boreham Wood 1-1 Tranmere

    Almost the perfect start to the second half for Tranmere! Connor Jennings and Andy Cook both have dangerous close-range efforts dealt with by Boreham Wood at the last minute.

    They certainly look fired up after their return.

  7. KICK-OFF

    Boreham Wood 1-1 Tranmere

    We are back under way at Wembley.

    Can 10-man Tranmere return to the English Football League? Or are Boreham Wood on their way to reaching the top four tiers for the first time in their history?

  8. HALF-TIME

    Boreham Wood 1-1 Tranmere

    Boreham Wood's Bruno Andrade celebrates

    Boreham Wood rarely threatened despite their one man advantage after Tranmere's Liam Ridehalgh saw red inside the first minute, but Bruno Andrade's goal deep into first-half stoppage time levels things up on the stroke of half-time.

    Tranmere have already made all three of their substitutions and Boreham Wood look like fighting back.

    A big second half follows.

  9. GOAL: Boreham Wood 1-1 Tranmere

    Bruno Andrade (45+7 mins)

    Bruno Andrade, Boreham Wood's top scorer this season, calmly sidefoots home as he's found completely unmarked inside the box.

    What a crazy first half this has been.

  10. Post update

    Boreham Wood 0-1 Tranmere

    Bruno Andrade tries his luck from long range but it's an easy save for Tranmere keeper Scott Davies.

    Meanwhile, just 10 days after he coming out of hospital, where he was treated for an illness, Rovers midfielder Connor Jennings comes on for Josh Ginnelly,

  11. GOAL: Boreham Wood 0-1 Tranmere

    Andy Cook (6 mins)

    Despite being reduced to 10 men inside the first minute, Tranmere manage to take the lead just five minutes later.

    James Norwood puts in lovely left-wing cross towards Andy Cook who rises high to head home at the near post.

    In the midst of the celebrations that follow, Josh Ginnelly is hit on the head by a bottle thrown from the crowd.

    Tranmere celebrate
  12. RED CARD

    Boreham Wood 0-0 Tranmere

    Drama in the National League play-off final at Wembley as Tranmere's Liam Ridehalgh is sent off inside 40 second for a two-footed challenge on Ricky Shakes.

    They will be playing almost all of this final with 10 men. Advantage Boreham Wood?

  13. 'We're not finished yet'

    Boreham Wood v Tranmere (15:00 BST)

    Could Boreham Wood's stay in the National League end after three seasons as they chase the English Football League dream?

    Whether that happens or not, boss Luke Garrard says this could just be the beginning.

    "It's absolutely massive and what we've achieved at the football club on and off the field in recent years has been colossal," Garrard told BBC Three Counties Radio.

    "This is just rewards for the players. It's a massive achievement to get where we've got and we're not finished yet."

    Luke Garrard
  14. Wembley defeat made us 'calmer'

    Boreham Wood v Tranmere (15:00 BST)

    It is almost a year to the day that Tranmere Rovers last played at Wembley, as they were defeated by Forest Green Rovers in last year's National League play-off final.

    But rather than that loss hang over their heads, Tranmere boss Micky Mellon says it's actually made them rest easier ahead of today's game.

    "A lot of people are thinking about the last time we were there than we are. All the questions I've had are about the last time we were at Wembley," Mellon told BBC Radio Merseyside.

    "That's a long, long time ago now and it's about looking forwards.

    "Even though we feel calmer, there's still a job to be done. We've felt it before and the vast majority of the team played last year."

    Micky Mellon
  15. Kick-off approaching

    Boreham Wood v Tranmere (15:00 BST)

    We're 15 minutes away from kick-off in the National League promotion final at Wembley.

    Will Tranmere return to the EFL after two years away?

    Or will Boreham Wood be playing there for the first time in their history next season?

    We'll bring you the best of the action during the afternoon.

  16. BreakingCowan expected to be manager of AFC Telford United

    Gavin Cowan is set to be named as the new manager of AFC Telford United.

    He'll take over from Rob Edwards, who guided the Bucks to safety this season.

    Gavin Cowan

    Cowan was on the coaching staff at the club, which is financially supported by Wolverhampton Wanderers.