Wycombe Wanderers 2-2 Fleetwood Town (6-3 agg): Live Stream TV Updates and How to Watch League One Playoff 2020
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21:54a year ago

Wycombe are headed to the final!

The referee signals for full time and Ainsworth and his men are 90 minutes from the EFL Championship for the first time in club history!

Fleetwood dominated this match for large stretches, but their capitulation in the first leg is what cost them this tie. They'll have to wait another year for a shot at the second tier.

Congratulations to Wycombe as they deservedly take their place opposite Oxford one week from today. If their form is anything like it is over these two legs, the U's will have their work cut out.

That's all for now! I'm John Lupo thanking you for joining me. Congratulations again to Wycombe as they have reached the play-off final. Enjoy the rest of your night, everyone!

21:48a year ago

Wycombe head to Wembley in style!

90+4' A touch of class to send the Chairboys off to the final as Onyedinma blasts one past Cairns from outside of the box.
21:44a year ago

Fleetwood Town substitution

90+1' Wes Burns is replaced by Macauley Southam-Hales.
21:43a year ago

Five extra minutes

The fourth official signals for five minutes of stoppage time.
21:39a year ago

Wycombe substitution

84' Nick Freeman replaces Nnamdi Ofoborh. 
21:38a year ago

Fleetwood go close again!

83' Saunders has an immediate impact as he sends a lovely ball into the box that Evan's gets a head to, but fires wide. That may be their last chance.
21:37a year ago

Fleetwood substitution

81' Harvey Saunders comes on for Josh Morris.
21:29a year ago

Cairns to the rescue!

76' For all of his mistakes over these two legs, Cairns does well to stop Adebayo Akinfenwa from close range. 
21:26a year ago

Fleetwood substitution

74' Kyle Dempsey replaces Callum Connolly as the visitors bring on another attacking presence.
21:22a year ago

Drinks break

70' We have reached the second half drinks break.
21:22a year ago

Cod Army continue to press!

67' McKay sends in a free kick that is cleared away and Evans' low drive is blocked. 
21:17a year ago

Fleetwood score again!

60' GOAL! McKay is brought down by Jacobson and Evans converts from the spot, well and truly beating Allsop to cut the Wycombe lead to 5-3.
21:15a year ago

Wycombe substitution

58' The Chairboys second change sees Alex Pattison replace David Wheeler. 
21:13a year ago

Fleetwood still fighting!

56' The visitors aren't giving up just yet as Ched Evans draws a corner, gets the ball back and sees his shot deflected. Burns tries to send it crossfield, but Allsop is alert to the danger.
21:10a year ago

Wycombe level!

47' GOAL! Harry Souttar would like to have that back as he gives the ball away to Fred Onyedinma, who fires past Cairns to give the Chairboys a 5-2 lead overall.
21:06a year ago

The second half is underway!

The teams have emerged from the dressing room and the second half is about to begin!
20:47a year ago

The half-time whistle blows!

The teams head to the dressing room with Fleetwood literally playing Wycombe off their own pitch as they have created chance after chance.

The Chairboys still have the upper hand, but you get the feeling if the Cod Army grab the next goal, this tie may completely turn.

We'll take a break with them and be back shortly for the start of the second half.

20:44a year ago

Fleetwood penalty shout

45+5' Jacobson and Connolly collide in the box, but nothing given.
20:42a year ago

Six extra minutes

45' The fourth official has signalled for six minutes of stoppage time. 
20:40a year ago

Thompson booked

41' Four minutes after coming on, Thompson sees yellow for a bad challenge on Morris.
20:39a year ago

Wycombe substitution

37' Matt Bloomfield appears to be injured and he will be coming off, replaced by Curtis Thompson. 
20:29a year ago

Wycombe get away with one

34' Barrie McKay sends it goalwards, but Anthony Stewart appears to handle with his hand. Appeals for a corner are turned away by referee ​​​​​​​Darren Bond.
20:25a year ago

Wycombe nearly level!

30' Alex Cairns has had his misadventures in the Fleetwood net during this tie andnet's nearly caught out again as Nnamdi Ofoborh shoots from the halfway line whilst the keeper is off his line and Cairns recover to save, but Joe Jacobson hits the crossbar with the follow-up attempt.
20:18a year ago

Fleetwood grab the opener!

22' GOAL! Another ball sent into the Wycombe box and this time, they convert! Wes Burns overhits his delivery, but it falls to Andrew, who is completely unmarked and beats Allsop to cut the Wycombe lead to 4-2 overall.
20:13a year ago

Wycombe under siege

12' The hosts are being pinned back and Connolly again fires over. You feel it's only a matter of time until they score.
20:11a year ago

Fleetwood go close again!

10' Danny Andrew gets a perfect pass from Paul Coutts' corner, but he volleys over.
19:58a year ago

Another missed chance for the Cod Army

7' Barton's side have certainly come out with intent as Josh Morris has a free kick, but skies it over the Wycombe goal.
19:57a year ago

Fleetwood miss first chance

5' Fleetwood have the game's initial opportunity as Callum Connolly makes a mess of it.
19:49a year ago

Match underway!

1' The match has kicked off.
19:48a year ago

Oxford are through to the final!

Congratulations to Oxford United as they have knocked out Portsmouth on penalties after a 1-1 draw. Cameron Brannagan scored the decisive penalty as the U's await the winner of this tie in the final at Wembley.
19:13a year ago

Kick-off delayed

Due to the second leg of the play-off semifinal between Oxford United and Portsmouth going into extra time, kick-off of this game will be moved back to 7:45pm.
18:51a year ago

Wycombe starting line-up

Allsop; Jacobson, Stewart, Gape, Wheeler, Bloomfield, Grimmer, Charles, Onyedinma, Samuel, Ofoborh
18:42a year ago

Fleetwood starting line-up

Cairns; Andrew, Connolly, Souttar, Burns, Evans, Morris, Coutts, Whelan, Gibson, McKay
13:18a year ago

Ainsworth not taking anything for granted

Wycombe boss Gareth Ainsworth is mindful of the quality Fleetwood possess and he is warning the Chairboys to be at their best on Monday. 

"We've got to be careful in the second leg (on Monday). It's only halftime in the tie and Fleetwood are a really good side. We've got to get it right on Monday and be performing at the same high levels.

"We have to show Fleetwood respect, though. We can't go into the second leg thinking the tie is over and we're going to Wembley."

13:04a year ago

Barton hopeful of comeback

Fleetwood manager Joey Barton isn't giving up hope of a fightback.

"We've got to get ourselves in a position to win the game first and foremost. If we get ourselves in a position to win the game first and foremost, who knows what happens."

21:18a year ago

Team news

Fleetwood manager Joey Barton will be without Lewie Coyle and Paddy Madden as they were sent off in the first leg. Danny Andrew is expected to replace Coyle while Madden's red card came as a substitute. 

Wycombe are expected to field the same side from Friday's first leg.

21:15a year ago

Chairboys in command

Thanks to a 4-1 win in the first leg, Gareth Ainsworth's men have one foot in the Wembley door for the play-off final.

Goals by Nnamdi Ofoborh, Matt Bloomfield, Alex Samuel and an Alex Cairns own goal cancelled out Ched Evans' penalty in the first leg at Highbury Park.

15:14a year ago

Kick-off time

Wycombe Wanderers vs Fleetwood Town will be played at Adams Park, High Wycombe at 7:30pm.
15:00a year ago

Welcome!

Welcome to VAVEL.com's live coverage of the second leg of the EFL League One playoff semi-finals between Wycombe Wanderers and Fleetwood Town.

​​​​​​​My name is John Lupo and i'll be your host for the match with pre-match analysis, team news and live updates.

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