A place in the Championship is up for grabs as the League One playoff Final takes place this afternoon as Millwall and Barnsley lock horns at Wembley (KO 15:00).
It should be yet another nail biting affair with Bet365 reporting they are live streaming the game and will be going in play.
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Barnsley and Millwall bid to secure the final place in next season’s Championship when they clash later this afternoon in the league one play-off.
Fourth takes on sixth in the final with Millwall looking for an instant return to the second tier after their relegation at the end of the 2014/15 season taking on Johnstone’s Paint Trophy winners Barnsley bidding to return to the second tier after two seasons in league one.
Both managers have experienced promotion as players with their respective clubs. Barnsley’s current caretaker manager Paul Heckingbottom was part of the Tykes side that secured promotion from League one in the 2005-2006 season while Neil Harris has more recent history as he was part of the Lions side that went up to the Championship in 2010.
Speaking ahead of the game, the 38 year old revealed his pride at leading his team out onto the Wembley turf.
“It will be privilege and an honour to represent the club as manager at Wembley, but the biggest privilege is to manage the players,” he said.
“I made a promise to my dressing room at the start of the season that if tactically, technically and attitude-wise they followed my lead, I’d make them a good Millwall team. I’m pleased I’ve delivered that promise.”
Barnsley won both games when they met in the league. They ran out 3-2 winners at the Den with Lewin Nyatanga scoring a 90th minute winner while Adam Hammill was the hero when they met in January with his 67th minute goal securing a 2-1 success.
Sam Winnall will be a key man for the Tykes. The forward scored 23 goals this season, three more than Millwall’s top scorer, Lee Gregory. The Lions beat Walsall 6-1 on aggregate in the semi-final with Barnsley edging past of Bradford, 4-2 on aggregate.
There is little to choose between the sides with Barnsley marginally the favourites at 8/5, while Milwall are available at 2/1.
After Hull triumphed in yesterday’s final, we could be due another cracker this afternoon.
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