League Two Playoffs Live Stream : Watch Southend v Stevenage, Wycombe v Plymouth online tonight

A Wembley final is only one game away in the League 2 playoff with live streaming of Wycombe v Plymouth & Southend v Stevenage with Bet365 and their new online tv service.

With both second legs hanging in the balance it should be a cracking night og domestic football as football fans and punters alike can watch the playoffs in England online via desktop, smart phone and iPad devices.

Its simple to watch:

Simply click here through to the special Bet365 landing page – then select ‘live streaming’ at the top and select your match!

It’s all very tight as the League two play-off move into the second leg phase. Stevenage and Southend will enter their clash all square at 1-1 following the first leg at the Lamex Stadium.

Barry Corr’s 60th minute equaliser has put Southend in the driving seat and with an enviable home record this season they will be out to secure a place at Wembley.

The record in question refers to their goals conceded at home. 21 year old Daniel Bentley, the man between the sticks for Southend, has recently broken a club record with 12 consecutive home clean sheets. Should the former left-back extend that run to 13 games then Southend will be in the final.

The Shrimpers will be without Michael Timlin after his horror-injury in the first leg resulted in 15 stitches to his forehead while his opponent for the clash of heads, Bira Dembele is a doubt after having 7 stitches inserted into a cut in his head.

In addition to his worries over Timlin, Southend manager is also hoping John White, Ryan Leonard and Will Atkinson are fit to play.

Stevenage meanwhile will be without Adam Marriott and Darius Charles while Ronnie Henry is hoping to be fit.

The night’s other tie see’s Wycombe out to defend a narrow 3-2 win from the 1st leg. The club were winning 3-0 away to their promotion rivals but two goals in the last four minutes from Zak Ansah and Jason Banton makes that John Sheridan’s Argyle side are still in the tie.

Wycombe will be confident of getting the job done especially as top scorer Matt Ingram, a notable absentee in the first leg, is fit. As too is keeper Paul Hayes are he went off following a head injury.

Sheridan meanwhile must decide whether to give substitute Ansah a start after his goal in the first leg while Dominic Blizzard is fit and available.

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