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Plymouth Argyle were the first team to secure their place at Wembley for the League Two play-off final after a dramatic goal which came in the second minute of stoppage time to beat Portsmouth 1-0 on night and 3-2 on aggregate.
The Pilgrims had to wait until Wednesday evening to learn their opponents, AFC Wimbledon, who required extra time to see off Accrington Stanley at the Crown Ground. The Dons were 1-0 up from the first leg, with extra time forced following a 2-1 victory over 90 minutes for Stanley. Lyle Taylor levelled proceedings on the night in extra time, sending Wimbledon to Wembley on the aggregate scoreline.
A draw at the AMEX Stadium on Monday night meant that Sheffield Wednesday booked their place at Wembley after a 2-0 first-leg victory over Brighton & Hove Albion.
The Owls will face Hull City at Wembley after their own 3-0 win at the iPro Stadium, followed by a 2-0 defeat on home soil, which narrowly saw the Tigers emerge victorious 3-2 on aggregate.
Barnsley did their job at Oakwell in a similar fashion, winning 3-0 against Walsall to put one foot in the final and they finished the job following a 3-1 on-the-night, 6-1 on aggregate to make it to the final.
It's now left to Bradford City to become the first team to turn around a two-goal deficit after the previous teams have all tried and failed to achieve that feat.
In the last semi-final, Millwall put themselves in pole position with a 3-1 win at Valley Parade against Bradford City. They now take the tie back to The Den where they are 6/5 favourites to complete the job.
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