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Live Reporting

Jay Freeman

All times stated are UK

  1. Farewell

    FT: Wycombe 2-2 Fleetwood (agg 6-3)

    Wycombe celebrate

    Well that ends our coverage of tonight's pair of League One play-off semi-final second legs.

    You can read the report after Wycombe's 2-2 draw on the night against Fleetwood set up a final against Oxford United next Monday.

    The action in the English Football League continues tomorrow when we have five Championship fixtures to look forward to.

    We'll be bringing you all the action when that happens but for now, thank you for joining us.

    Wycombe reach final after Fleetwood draw

    Wycombe celebrate

    Wycombe Wanderers withstand a brave display from Fleetwood Town to reach the League One play-off final.

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  2. 'There must not be a hangover from this' - Jackett

    Portsmouth beaten in semi-finals for second straight year

    Missing out along with Fleetwood are Portsmouth, who went out on penalties at Oxford earlier. After that game, Pompey boss Kenny Jackett said:

    "I'm obviously very disappointed. We got our noses in front twice in the two matches and we've given away two sloppy goals.

    "We've been in the play-offs two years in a row now. We need to dust ourselves down, raise our standards and try to go one better next season and go up.

    "And when training starts again we've got to make sure there is no hangover from this."

    Alex Bass
  3. Tears of joy after Oxford go through

    Oxford United beat Portsmouth 5-4 on penalties (2-2 agg)

    After his side progressed on penalties after a tense tie against Portsmouth earlier tonight, Oxford boss Karl Robinson said:

    "I'm just full of admiration for the players. We're in the final, what more can you say?

    "When you think that I've had to sell my two best players in January and we came into this game with three or four struggling with injuries, it's incredible.

    "For Oxford United to be in the final is unbelievable. Jamie Mackie's in tears in the dressing room, and he got me going too."

    Oxford United celebrate
  4. Post update

    FT: Wycombe 2-2 Fleetwood (agg 6-3)

    Let's take a look at some reaction from tonight's earlier game, as Oxford United reached the League One play-off final by beating Portsmouth on penalties..

    Oxford United celebrate
  5. 'I still thought we'd be caught by 90th minute'

    FT: Wycombe 2-2 Fleetwood (agg 6-3)

    Wycombe boss Gareth Ainsworth told Sky Sports:

    "Where this place has come from, from where we were, is unbelievable.

    "The players were unbelievable tonight. They have a good thing going at Fleetwood with some good players.

    "Fred Onyadinma has come up with the goods. I still thought we could be caught by the 90th minute but the players deserve it."

  6. A year to remember for Wycombe

    FT: Wycombe 2-2 Fleetwood (agg 6-3)

    What a 12 months it has been for Wycombe, as illustrated by this tweet!

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  7. Post update

    FT: Wycombe 2-2 Fleetwood (agg 6-3)

    So, it's Oxford United against Wycombe Wanderers a week today - Monday, 13 July - in the League One play-off final at Wembley.

    We'll have all the action on the BBC Sport website and app. Kick-off is at 19:30 BST.


    Wycombe 2-2 Fleetwood (agg 6-3)

    Fred Onyedinma

    That's it. Game over.

    Fleetwood gave a good account of themselves and dominated this second leg at times but they had their work cut out after how their finished the first leg.

    Wycombe now have the chance to reach the English second tier for the first time in their history when they face Oxford United in next week's final at Wembley.

  9. GOAL: Wycombe 2-2 Fleetwood (agg 6-3)

    Fred Onyedinma

    Oof what a goal. Wycombe are headed for Wembley in style!

    Fred Onyedinma gets his second of the match as he batters a strike from outside the box.

    All over and on the verge of full-time.

  10. Post update

    Wycombe 1-2 Fleetwood (agg 5-3)

    This is a foregone conclusion now, surely.

    Wycombe are just a few minutes away from a Wembley final.


    Wycombe 1-2 Fleetwood (agg 5-3)

    Wes Burns is brought off for Fleetwood. He's replaced by Macauley Southam-Hales.

    Five minutes are added on.

  12. Post update

    Wycombe 1-2 Fleetwood (agg 5-3)

    Barrie McKay looks for options as he picks up the ball deep in the Wycombe half of the field, but he plays a ball through which rolls out for a goal kick to the hosts.

    Time is eating away and that's a chance wasted for Fleetwood.

  13. Post update

    Wycombe 1-2 Fleetwood (agg 5-3)

    Fleetwood have looked the better side tonight but they are running out of time now.

    Their indiscipline from the first leg has been their undoing in this second leg and Wycombe are starting to relax.


    Wycombe 1-2 Fleetwood (agg 5-3)

    Wycombe make a change of their own as the minutes tick down.

    Nick Freeman replaces Nnamdi Ofoborh.

  15. Post update

    Wycombe 1-2 Fleetwood (agg 5-3)

    Harvey Saunders almost provides an assist within moments of coming on for Fleetwood!

    He delivers a cracking ball into the Wycombe box and Ched Evans does well to carve some space and get a head onto it but his effort sails wide.


    Wycombe 1-2 Fleetwood (agg 5-3)

    Another Fleetwood change.

    This time Harvey Saunders comes on for Josh Morris.

  17. Post update

    Wycombe 1-2 Fleetwood (agg 5-3)

    There's a right old racket being generated by the lucky few who are in attendance at Adams Park this evening.

    10 minutes left for Wycombe to hold on to this two-goal lead. 10 minutes until Wembley awaits.

    Adams Park
  18. Post update

    Wycombe 1-2 Fleetwood (agg 5-3)

    Fleetwood win a free-kick in a dangerous area moments after Adebayo Akinfenwa's strike, which shows how frantic this game has become.

    Barrie McKay stands over it and he attempts to lift the ball and into the net but he hits the wall with his attempt.

    The visitors work it back into the box and Kyle Dempsey looks to fire a loose ball home but it's well deflected.

  19. Post update

    Wycombe 1-2 Fleetwood (agg 5-3)

    At the other end, Adebayo Akinfenwa almost wraps this tie up for Wycombe as he strikes from close range.

    However his shot is collected by Fleetwood keeper Alex Cairns.

    That would have sealed Fleetwood's fate had it gone in.

  20. Post update

    Wycombe 1-2 Fleetwood (agg 5-3)

    Fleetwood have maintained their grasp on this game following the drinks break and Joey Barton has made a change.

    Kyle Dempsey comes on in place of Callum Connolly as he looks to shore up his attack for a vital 15 minutes or so.

    They desperately need a goal.