Tomorrow afternoon, Wembley will be hosting the league two play-off final between Southend and Wycombe. Southend have known have had their fair share of play-off finals in recent years having lost out to Burton last year. Wycombe on the other hand have turned their fortunes around from staying up on goal difference last year to reaching the play-off final this year.
So how do these two sides stack against each other?
The chairboys have been in good form this season scoring a league total of 67 goals. With leading striker Paul Hayes contributing to 15 of them, so Southend will definitely try to attempt to keep him quiet. Seasoned midfielder Matt Bloomfield will use his experience to try and ensure the players keep their focused during the game.
Manager Gareth Ainsworth has been with Wycombe for a number of years and has gone from captain to player-manager and as of April 2013, manager of the club. He has been up to League One with the chairboys as a player and will be hoping to ensure he sees the feat again as manager.
Southend haven't managed to score as many as their opponents, during this league campaign but have conceded fewer goals. So the side will be hoping to keep their opponets at bay. Although United have a prolific goal scorer of their own in Barry Corr who will be hoping to cause all sorts of problems to the Wycombe defence.
Phil Brown may be playing a tactical game with Wycombe on Saturday with many not knowing whether he will go with his favoured 4-3-3 or 4-4-2 which he went with for their previous game which could give the Shrimpers the advantage.
Due to the size of the pitch and the psychological weight of the occasion both teams will have a tough task on their hands. So both sides will be giving their all to try and get their team into League One.