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Summary

  1. Hayes taps in to put Wycombe ahead
  2. Holloway adds controversial second goal
  3. Craig's third puts Wycombe in control
  4. Ansah & Banton replies give Argyle hope
  5. Second leg at Adams Park on Thursday

Live Reporting

By Gary Smee

All times stated are UK

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  1. Post update

    FT: Plymouth Argyle 2-3 Wycombe Wanderers

    Plymouth

    Well, I think we all need to catch our breath after that, but there is plenty more play-off action to come this weekend.

    Tomorrow, Preston take a 1-0 lead to Chesterfield in the second leg of their League One play-off at 12:15 BST.

    And then at 18:35 BST we're back to League Two as Stevenage entertain Southend in the first leg of their tie.

    Don't forget we'll have live text commentary on all the play-off games. Thank you for joining us, goodnight.

  2. Post update

    FT: Plymouth Argyle 2-3 Wycombe Wanderers

    Plymouth Argyle boss John Sheridan tells Sky Sports: "We made it tough. I was pleased with the way we played in the first half but to find ourselves 2-0 down we were struggling and then you go three (down) and you're down and out.

    "But credit to the players they responded well and they've given us a chance. We can go there believing. It's 3-2 and we're right back in the tie now."

  3. Post update

    FT: Plymouth Argyle 2-3 Wycombe Wanderers

    Wycombe Wanderers boss Gareth Ainsworth tells Sky Sports: "What a game. Our fans were fantastic.

    "A 1-0 lead we've got going into the next leg, we'd have taken that this morning. At times it looked like we could have had a 3-0 lead but nobody has come here and done that to Plymouth.

    "I'm really proud of the boys. I knew they'd have chances and they took them well.

    "We start again on Thursday. We're going to have to cut out the mistakes and capitalise at the other end.

  4. Post update

    FT: Plymouth Argyle 2-3 Wycombe Wanderers

    The noise at the full-time whistle was deafening. The home fans must have thought their side were out of it.

    Plymouth hadn't had a shot on target for the first 85 minutes.

    Football is a funny old game, isn't it?

  5. Post update

    FT: Plymouth Argyle 2-3 Wycombe Wanderers

    Wycombe

    What a turnaround in the final five minutes and it was John Sheridan's substitutions who made the difference.

    Zak Ansah surely will not have scored a better goal than that - it arrowed into the top corner.

    Jason Banton looked lively from the moment he came on, but there will be plenty of questions about the defending which allowed that ball to sneak through and into the back of the net.

    The second leg at Adams Park on Thursday is well and truly alive.

  6. Post update

    FT: Plymouth Argyle 2-3 Wycombe Wanderers

    Guy Branston

    Ex-Plymouth and Wycombe defender, BBC 5 live sports extra

    "For me, the best two players for Wycombe were the two centre-backs - Mawson and Pierre. Bean and Jacobson were fantastic as well.

    "Wycombe were looking at a 3-0 win and it was looking a hard tie to go into, but Plymouth have been given two goals and it opens up the tie for a fantastic second game at Wycombe on Thursday."

  7. FULL-TIME

    Plymouth Argyle 2-3 Wycombe Wanderers

    Well I don't think anybody was expecting that. Plymouth looked down and out at 3-0, but two late goals have given them a great chance in this play-off tie.

  8. Post update

    Plymouth Argyle 2-3 Wycombe Wanderers

    We're into six minutes of stoppage time. Can Plymouth find an equaliser? Surely not?

  9. Post update

    Plymouth Argyle 2-3 Wycombe Wanderers

    Guy Branston

    Ex-Plymouth and Wycombe defender, BBC 5 live sports extra

    "Jason Banton got a yard, dropped his shoulder, and I'm so happy for the lad. He's come on and been lively.

    "Wycombe will be fuming because, in the second half, the substitutions seem to have worked. Banton's ignited the game. There's six minutes left and Plymouth will be looking at the opportunity of getting a draw."

  10. GOAL

    Plymouth Argyle 2-3 Wycombe Wanderers (Jason Banton)

    This is unbelievable! Plymouth are back in this!

    Jason Banton jinks his way into the box and hits a hopeful shot towards goal, which goes through a static Wycombe defence and into the middle of the net.

    Alex Lynch was completely wrong-footed in the Wycombe goal.

  11. GOAL

    Plymouth Argyle 1-3 Wycombe Wanderers (Zak Ansah)

    Erm, I just said Plymouth had not registered a shot on target all night - they have now.

    Substitute Zak Ansah picks up the ball on the edge of the box and fires an unstoppable shot into the top left corner.

    A fantastic strike that gives the Pilgrims a little bit of hope.

  12. Post update

    Plymouth Argyle 0-3 Wycombe Wanderers

    The hosts are on the front foot now, but they still can't find a way through this Wycombe defence. They've been magnificent all night.

    Plymouth haven't had a shot on target and we're now into the last five minutes.

  13. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    Plymouth Argyle 0-3 Wycombe Wanderers

    Scott MacDonald: Wycombe have been doing this all season. Defence magnificent and scoring goals from all areas.

    James Perrett: Come on Wycombe!! Deserved the win! Best performance of the season.

  14. Post update

    Plymouth Argyle 0-3 Wycombe Wanderers

    Alex Lynch hasn't really been tested in the Wycombe goal tonight but he hasn't looked particularly confident dealing with crosses.

    He flaps at a high free-kick sent in from the right and is lucky that the ball is prodded behind for a goal kick.

  15. Post update

    Plymouth Argyle 0-3 Wycombe Wanderers

    James Law

    BBC Sport at Home Park

    Steven Craig

    "Wycombe have got the goals and they've taken the sting out of this game. They simply don't look like conceding.

    "The Plymouth supporters are as quiet as they've been all night and the home team's substitutions have had little effect so far.

    "The Chairboys have shown a ruthless edge - a fourth goal would really put the Pilgrims to the sword."

  16. SUBSTITUTION

    Plymouth Argyle 0-3 Wycombe Wanderers

    Off comes the outstanding Aaron Holloway and on comes Peter Murphy for Wycombe.

  17. Post update

    Plymouth Argyle 0-3 Wycombe Wanderers

    Guy Branston

    Ex-Plymouth and Wycombe defender, BBC 5 live sports extra

    "It's brilliant for Wycombe. I've been there as an away player and a home player. It will be a hard place to go on Thursday. Their tails are up and they'll be 3-0 up at home. All they've got to do is see it out, and the way this back line is playing, you'd think they'd do that straight away."

  18. Post update

    Plymouth Argyle 0-3 Wycombe Wanderers

    There are plenty of glum faces among the home supporters. There was so much excitement in the build up to this game but they've seen their side struggle to create any clear-cut opportunities.

  19. YELLOW CARD

    Plymouth Argyle 0-3 Wycombe Wanderers

    That was a bit of frustration there from Plymouth's Lewis Alessandra. The striker slides in on Joe Jacobson and is booked.

  20. Post update

    Plymouth Argyle 0-3 Wycombe Wanderers

    Guy Branston

    Ex-Plymouth and Wycombe defender, BBC 5 live sports extra

    "A lot of people have been talking about Onyedinma. He's got a lot of pace and there's a lot of excitement around this kid. Eight goals already in such a short career is very, very good."

  21. SUBSTITUTION

    Plymouth Argyle 0-3 Wycombe Wanderers

    Wycombe's third goalscorer Steven Craig is coming off. He's being replaced by 18-year-old Millwall loanee Fred Onyedinma.

  22. Post update

    Plymouth Argyle 0-3 Wycombe Wanderers

    Plymouth's players look a bit dejected now but they need to find a spark from somewhere in this last 20 minutes.

    One goal would give them at least a little bit of hope to take to Adams Park on Thursday.

  23. SUBSTITUTION

    Plymouth Argyle 0-3 Wycombe Wanderers

    The ineffective Reuben Reid comes off for Plymouth and is replaced by Ryan Brunt.

    It's fair to say the Pilgrims' top scorer hasn't had much service tonight.

  24. Post update

    Plymouth Argyle 0-3 Wycombe Wanderers

    Another chance for Wycombe and it's Aaron Holloway again. He picks up the ball on the edge of the box and blasts a shot just over the bar. It must have taken a deflection as a corner is given but it comes to nothing.

  25. Post update

    Plymouth Argyle 0-3 Wycombe Wanderers

    James Law

    BBC Sport at Home Park

    Steven Craig

    "For a side that has kept 21 clean sheets in the league this season, Plymouth are looking extremely fragile at the back.

    "Since Paul Hayes' half-time substitution, Sam Wood has moved up top with Matt Bloomfield coming into midfield, and Wycombe have continued to outwit the hosts.

    "It puts the Pilgrims in an unenviable position - do they go gung-ho and try to get to within touching distance for the second leg, or are we approaching the damage limitation stage?

    "The wooden dug-outs at Home Park make it impossible to see, but the Wycombe bench must be in dreamland."

  26. YELLOW CARD

    Plymouth Argyle 0-3 Wycombe Wanderers

    Plymouth v Wycombe

    Suddenly this game has boiled over and both sets of players are clashing in the middle of the pitch.

    It was sparked after Plymouth's Anthony O'Connor appeared to go in with his elbow on Matt Bloomfield. O'Connor is booked.

    Very lucky not to see red there.

  27. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    Plymouth Argyle 0-3 Wycombe Wanderers

    Alex: 3-0!! Come on Wycombe!! Make this safe now!! Phenomenal turnaround in fortunes this season! Ainsworth needs a statue built!!

    Andy: I don't expect Plymouth to get back into this as Sheridan doesn't do plan B's.

    Tie over? Use #bbcfootball on Twitter.

  28. SUBSTITUTION

    Plymouth Argyle 0-3 Wycombe Wanderers

    Plymouth need some attacking options here. They bring on Jason Banton and Zak Ansah for Carl McHugh and Gethin Jones.

  29. Post update

    Plymouth Argyle 0-3 Wycombe Wanderers

    Guy Branston

    Ex-Plymouth and Wycombe defender, BBC 5 live sports extra

    "How you concede that is beyond me. They gone to sleep and we've talked about them switching off in the first half. They switched off again, a simple ball and nobody goes across to Craig. It's a great finish but you've got to be marking him."

  30. GOAL

    Plymouth Argyle 0-3 Wycombe Wanderers (Steven Craig)

    Steven Craig

    Oh dear, Plymouth's defence has completely switched off there and this tie is as good as over.

    Wycombe have a free-kick close to the halfway line, Sam Saunders plays it quickly straight through the defence to Steven Craig in the box and Craig finishes past Luke McCormick.

  31. Post update

    Plymouth Argyle 0-2 Wycombe Wanderers

    First chance of the half falls to the visitors. Aaron Holloway knocks the ball back to Sam Wood on the edge of the box but he scuffs his shot wide.

  32. Post update

    Plymouth Argyle 0-2 Wycombe Wanderers

    I wonder what John Sheridan said to his players at half-time? They certainly need more from 20-goal striker Reuben Reid. He hasn't really been in the game so far.

  33. Post update

    Plymouth Argyle 0-2 Wycombe Wanderers

    We're back under way at Home Park. What a huge half for Plymouth Argyle - you feel they need at least one goal to keep themselves in the tie.

    But we've already heard that Wycombe's away record is superb this season. Someone needs to step up for the Pilgrims.

    Wycombe have made a change at half-time. Midfielder Matt Bloomfield is coming on for goalscorer Paul Hayes, who's sitting on the bench with a huge bandage around his head.

  34. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    HT: Plymouth Argyle 0-2 Wycombe Wanderers

    Alex: Wycombe cannot afford to settle for 2 goals, given last week's result. Need to make this comfortable early. Great first half!

    Drew: This one's finely poised. Either Plymouth get a goal back and it's all on again, or someone gets a silly second yellow and it's all over. Plymouth have very, very rarely come from behind to win under John Sheridan - but a goal or two would make the world of difference.

    Let's see what the second period has to offer. Under way again shortly...

  35. Tomorrow in the play-offs...

    L1: Preston v Chesterfield; L2: Stevenage v Southend

    Chesterfield v Preston

    Preston take a 1-0 lead into their League One semi-final second leg against Chesterfield, courtesy of their win at Proact Stadium on Thursday. Kick-off at Deepdale is at 12:15 BST.

    At 18:35 BST, Stevenage and Southend play the first of their League Two tie.

    There's live text commentary of both games here on the BBC Sport website.

  36. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    HT: Plymouth Argyle 0-2 Wycombe Wanderers

    Wycombe

    So it's advantage Wycombe at half-time. Will they hold on at Home Park, or is there a way back for Plymouth?

    Get in touch using #bbcfootball on Twitter.

  37. Post update

    HT: Plymouth Argyle 0-2 Wycombe Wanderers

    James Law

    BBC Sport at Home Park

    "The sun is beginning to set at Home Park, but are Plymouth's promotion chances also fading into the darkness?

    "There's no away goals rule in the play-offs, but the Chairboys are executing the perfect away performance here.

    "It's the 800 Wycombe fans who are making all the noise, and history could be repeating itself - the home team has failed to score in the last five games between these sides."

  38. Post update

    HT: Plymouth Argyle 0-2 Wycombe Wanderers

    The boos were ringing around Home Park as the players walked down the tunnel.

    The home fans clearly weren't happy with referee Peter Bankes following Wycombe's second goal in which Steven Craig appeared to handle the ball in the build-up.

    They will need to get behind their team in the second half though, otherwise this tie could be done and dusted.

  39. Post update

    HT: Plymouth Argyle 0-2 Wycombe Wanderers

    Guy Branston

    Ex-Plymouth and Wycombe defender, BBC 5 live sports extra

    "I've been in one of those rollockings from John Sheridan and he'll be getting in people's faces. He can lose his rag for the right reasons, because Plymouth have been second best.

    "Gareth Ainsworth will say 'more of the same' because they're in the driving seat and they'll have to have a really drastic change as a group to lose this one."

  40. HALF-TIME

    Plymouth Argyle 0-2 Wycombe Wanderers

    Bobby Reid launches a free-kick into the box but once again a Wycombe defender clears the ball behind.

    The corner is whipped in towards Anthony O'Connor but he can't connect and the ball goes behind.

    That's the final action of an eventful first half.

  41. YELLOW CARD

    Plymouth Argyle 0-2 Wycombe Wanderers

    Wycombe's Sam Saunders is booked for not retreating at a free-kick. Bit silly that.

  42. Post update

    Plymouth Argyle 0-2 Wycombe Wanderers

    Plymouth v Wycombe

    There will be three minutes of added time. Can Plymouth find a goal before the break?

  43. Post update

    Plymouth Argyle 0-2 Wycombe Wanderers

    The Pilgrims are camped in Wycombe's half but are lacking a bit of quality in the final third.

    Wanderers' defenders are keeping things extremely tight though as they continue to throw their bodies in front of every shot.

  44. Post update

    Plymouth Argyle 0-2 Wycombe Wanderers

    Guy Branston

    Ex-Plymouth and Wycombe defender, BBC 5 live sports extra

    "When Wycombe have attacked, they've had four or five players around the box and in the final third. When Plymouth have attacked, they've only had one or two to shoot or slot balls down the sides of defenders. It's just not good enough."

  45. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    Plymouth Argyle 0-2 Wycombe Wanderers

    Gareth Ainsworth

    Sul: Gareth Ainsworth has done an amazing job turning Wycombe Wanderers around.

    Trev: With Wycombe's crazy away record this is the equivalent of a home tie. I don't think they should settle for 2.

  46. Post update

    Plymouth Argyle 0-2 Wycombe Wanderers

    Plymouth are doing everything they can to try and pull a goal back before half-time.

    Bobby Reid picks up the ball outside the box and fires a shot towards goal which is blocked by a Wycombe defender.

    There are appeals for handball but the referee waves them away.

  47. Post update

    Plymouth Argyle 0-2 Wycombe Wanderers

    James Law

    BBC Sport at Home Park

    "It's probably fair to say that the Plymouth supporters are not best pleased with referee Peter Bankes.

    "Firstly, he allowed Aaron Holloway's strike to stand, despite what appeared to be a handball in the build-up from Steven Craig.

    "Minutes later, he booked Argyle defender Carl McHugh - correctly - for patting the ball with his hand onto the Wycombe bar.

    "Whichever way you look at it, visiting left-back Joe Jacobson is causing havoc with his set-pieces. In fact, every chance in the game so far has come from a lofted ball into the box."

  48. Post update

    Plymouth Argyle 0-2 Wycombe Wanderers

    Alex Lynch has done well there. Plymouth's top scorer Reuben Reid sends a hopeful ball down the middle and Lewis Alessandra sprints to try and get on the end of it.

    But the 20-year-old keeper rushes out and just beats him to claim the ball.

  49. Post update

    Plymouth Argyle 0-2 Wycombe Wanderers

    John Sheridan's side have been showing plenty of attacking intent but are yet to register a shot on target.

    Remember, Wycombe's goalkeeper Alex Lynch is making his first start tonight and they will surely want to test him sooner rather than later.

  50. Post update

    Plymouth Argyle 0-2 Wycombe Wanderers

    Kelvin Mellor bursts into the box for the hosts and prepares to shoot but is tackled by Sam Wood and goes down.

    Appeals for a penalty, but the challenge looked clean.

  51. The away kings

    Plymouth Argyle 0-2 Wycombe Wanderers

    Wycombe Away info

    Wycombe fans will be very confident that their team, who lead 2-0 after half an hour, can see the game out at Plymouth tonight.

    Their side has won 13 times on the road in the league already this season and picked up more points than any of the other 91 sides in the top four divisions away from home.

  52. YELLOW CARD

    Plymouth Argyle 0-2 Wycombe Wanderers

    Carl McHugh is booked for Plymouth. He rises highest from a corner but uses his hand to send the ball onto the crossbar and over.

  53. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    Plymouth Argyle 0-2 Wycombe Wanderers

    Tom Reyner: What a turn around for Wycombe in one season. One game from relegation and now potentially on the brink of promotion. Magical.

    Daniel Coleman: Blatant handball.

    I've got a feeling this second goal from Aaron Holloway could cause some debate. Your view on it? Tweet using #bbcfootball.

  54. Post update

    Plymouth Argyle 0-2 Wycombe Wanderers

    Plymouth's players have to get that moment of controversy out of their minds quickly. A third goal for the visitors and this tie could be over before it's even begun.

  55. Post update

    Plymouth Argyle 0-2 Wycombe Wanderers

    Guy Branston

    Ex-Plymouth and Wycombe defender, BBC 5 live sports extra

    "Holloway, who's been lively, got his shot off and it's a great strike into the bottom corner.

    "One team reacted, one didn't. I don't think it was a foul. It was a strong control of the ball. Yes, it hit his shoulder and went down, and the lad reacted to it and did well.

    "For me, it wasn't a free-kick or handball."

  56. GOAL

    Plymouth Argyle 0-2 Wycombe Wanderers (Aaron Holloway)

    Aaron Holloway

    Aaron Holloway makes it 2-0 to Wycombe with a fine 20-yard strike into the bottom left corner, but there is plenty of controversy surrounding it.

    Plymouth players surround the referee after it appeared Steven Craig controlled the ball with his hand or arm, and then passed it back to Holloway.

    Replays suggest Craig did handle it.

  57. Post update

    Plymouth Argyle 0-1 Wycombe Wanderers

    Wycombe fans

    Approaching the midway point of the first half and things are going according to plan for Wycombe, who lead 1-0.

    Hard to imagine that a year ago, they were battling to stay in League Two. It's been some turnaround this term.

  58. Post update

    Plymouth Argyle 0-1 Wycombe Wanderers

    Plymouth are pushing forward in search of an equaliser. They keep whipping balls into the box and Wanderers replacement goalkeeper Alex Lynch looks unsure whether or not to come for the ball.

    The Pilgrims fans continue to be in fine voice despite their side trailing.

  59. Post update

    Plymouth Argyle 0-1 Wycombe Wanderers

    James Law

    BBC Sport at Home Park

    "Plymouth came racing out of the blocks, feasting off the energy of this capacity Home Park crowd, and it looked like Wycombe might be overawed.

    "However, the visitors absorbed the pressure and have grown into the game - getting their reward with Paul Hayes hooking the ball home.

    "Hayes spent an unsuccessful loan spell with the Pilgrims and the former Scunthorpe man was only too pleased to celebrate in front of the home faithful."

  60. Post update

    Plymouth Argyle 0-1 Wycombe Wanderers

    Plymouth look a bit shell-shocked following that Paul Hayes goal.

    The 31-year-old played seven games on loan for the Pilgrims in 2013 but failed to find the back of the net.

  61. Post update

    Plymouth Argyle 0-1 Wycombe Wanderers

    Guy Branston

    Ex-Plymouth and Wycombe defender, BBC 5 live sports extra

    "A fantastic corner, great execution and very sharp from Paul Hayes. He's been a fantastic servant for most clubs, and especially Wycombe.

    "Well deserved for Wycombe - they've shown some good flashes."

  62. GOAL

    Plymouth Argyle 0-1 Wycombe Wanderers (Paul Hayes)

    Paul Hayes

    Wycombe Wanderers take the lead and it's former Plymouth striker Paul Hayes who has got it.

    Joe Jacobson sends in a corner, it's headed goalwards and Luke McCormick makes a fine save, but Hayes is there to smash the ball into the net from close range.

  63. Post update

    Plymouth Argyle 0-0 Wycombe Wanderers

    Wycombe finally launch their first attack of the game as the ball pinballs around in the box before Marcus Bean fires a shot over the bar from 20 yards.

  64. Post update

    Plymouth Argyle 0-0 Wycombe Wanderers

    Guy Branston

    Ex-Plymouth and Wycombe defender, BBC 5 live sports extra

    "Gareth Ainsworth's going nuts down there because the two centre-backs should have dealt with that.

    "The two centre-backs for Wycombe have been fantastic all year. Mawson and Pierre have been the main men in this division as far as centre-back partnerships go.

    "Marcus Bean's been a fantastic asset - a steady midfielder who's now at right-back, probably because he's slowed down a tweak."

  65. Post update

    Plymouth Argyle 0-0 Wycombe Wanderers

    It's all Plymouth in this opening five minutes. Kelvin Mellor sends over a cross from the right and the returning Lewis Alessandra stoops but sends his header over the bar.

    The home fans are in fine voice, encouraged at the start their team has made.

  66. Post update

    Plymouth Argyle 0-0 Wycombe Wanderers

    First touch of the ball for Wycombe goalkeeper Alex Lynch. Gethin Jones whips in a cross but straight into his hands. Nice and easy.

  67. Post update

    Plymouth Argyle 0-0 Wycombe Wanderers

    Guy Branston

    Ex-Plymouth and Wycombe defender, BBC 5 live sports extra

    "The goalkeeper, Alex Lynch, was coming and going and coming and going for a cross. He looked a bit panicky for me, which is a worrying sign."

  68. Post update

    Plymouth Argyle 0-0 Wycombe Wanderers

    Bobby Reid bursts down the left for Plymouth and wins an early corner. The ball is cleared and hoisted straight back in but Curtis Nelson heads wide.

    Young goalkeeper Alex Lynch was under a lot of pressure there.

  69. KICK-OFF

    Plymouth Argyle 0-0 Wycombe Wanderers

    We're under way at a packed Home Park. Tremendous atmosphere. Everyone knows what is at stake here.

  70. Post update

    Plymouth Argyle v Wycombe Wanderers (19:45 BST)

    How are your nerves then?

    Spare a thought for Wycombe goalkeeper Matt Ingram, who misses tonight's game with a knee injury picked up in the final day win at Northampton. He'd played 111 consecutive games for the Chairboys.

    What a night for his replacement though. He's 20-year-old Alex Lynch, who's been on loan at Burnham in the Southern League this season, but is now playing in Wanderers' biggest game of the campaign.

  71. Post update

    Plymouth Argyle v Wycombe Wanderers (19:45 BST)

    Guy Branston

    Ex-Plymouth and Wycombe defender, BBC 5 live sports extra

    "I do think Plymouth will win this game tonight. Wycombe are a fantastic side and they've had a fantastic season, but they're batting above their weight if I'm honest.

    "The fans have come down in their droves from Wycombe and it's filled the place."

  72. Football League play-offs on BBC Sport

    BBC Sport

    BBC Sport live text

    Follow every kick of every play-off game here on the BBC Sport website.

    We'll be providing a live text commentary of every match, including all three Wembley finals on 23-25 May.

  73. Listen live on BBC 5 live sports extra

    Plymouth Argyle v Wycombe Wanderers (19:45 BST)

    You can listen to live commentary of Plymouth v Wycombe on BBC 5 live sports extra this evening, and also via the Live Coverage tab on desktop, tablet and mobile devices.

    Guy Branston, who played for both clubs during his long playing career, is part of the commentary team at Home Park.

    As this picture of his arrival shows, Guy must be expecting some Devon sunshine this evening...

    Guy Branston
  74. Play-off dream a fantasy - Ainsworth

    Plymouth Argyle v Wycombe Wanderers (19:45 BST)

    Gareth Ainsworth

    Wycombe boss Gareth Ainsworth believes his side are a surprise package for many this season.

    The Chairboys endured a difficult 2013-14 campaign, which saw them finish 22nd in League Two, and they were among the favourites to be relegated this year.

    "Dreams of the play-offs were almost fantasy at the start of the season, so to achieve that is fantastic for this group of boys," Ainsworth told BBC Three Counties Radio.

    "There's no way I'm thinking of Wembley yet, it's Plymouth, Plymouth, Plymouth. Getting a result down there and coming back and finishing the job at Wycombe."

  75. Post update

    Plymouth Argyle v Wycombe Wanderers (19:45 BST)

    Plymouth Argyle chairman James Brent has been speaking to BBC Radio Devon before kick-off:

    "It's a feeling I haven't experienced before - the atmosphere is absolutely brilliant, the pitch looks great, it's just absolutely wonderful.

    "I absolutely happily continue to believe that Plymouth Argyle will be back in the Championship in a reasonable period of time - promotion may happen this season, it might not - but this is just a step to getting back to where we belong."

  76. Confident we'll win it - Sheridan

    Plymouth Argyle v Wycombe Wanderers (19:45 BST)

    John Sheridan

    Plymouth Argyle boss John Sheridan says he feels his side has enough quality to win the League Two play-offs.

    The Pilgrims, who claimed the final play-off spot, finished 13 points behind fourth-placed Wycombe.

    "I expect and am confident that we'll be the team who win it," Sheridan told BBC Sport.

    "I definitely think we're good enough to get out of the division - my aim was to get in the play-offs, but now we're here I want more."

  77. Wycombe's play-off record

    Plymouth Argyle v Wycombe Wanderers (19:45 BST)

    James Law

    BBC Sport at Home Park

    "Wycombe may feel they shouldn't be scrapping it out in the play-offs for promotion. Only MK Dons (in 2006-07) have failed to go up automatically from the bottom division of the Football League with the 84 points they achieved this term.

    "The Chairboys have a reasonable play-off record, beating Preston 4-2 in the 1993-94 final to lift them into the third tier. Wycombe have fallen at the semi-final stage on two occasions, however, most recently to Stockport under Paul Lambert's management."

  78. Plymouth's play-off record

    Plymouth Argyle v Wycombe Wanderers (19:45 BST)

    James Law

    BBC Sport at Home Park

    "Plymouth haven't experienced the play-offs for 19 years. They lost in a 1994 semi-final with Peter Shilton in charge, but the Pilgrims had more luck in the 1995-96 season as Neil Warnock led them to glory at the old Wembley, beating Darlington 1-0.

    "The play-offs were first introduced in 1987 and Plymouth manager John Sheridan scored in the Second Division final for Leeds, although they eventually lost against Charlton after two legs AND a replay.

    "Thankfully the final is a one-off affair nowadays..."

  79. Where's your money?

    Plymouth Argyle v Wycombe Wanderers (19:45 BST)

    Plymouth Wycombe Info

    If you were going to place a bet on tonight's result, it might be safer to leave your cash in your pocket.

    With one win each, are we looking at a draw tonight?

  80. Miserly Pilgrims...

    Plymouth Argyle v Wycombe Wanderers (19:45 BST)

    Luke McCormick

    It's 19 years since Plymouth fans have seen their team in the play-offs, but few can deny they deserve another chance at promotion this season.

    The Pilgrims conceded just 37 goals, the second fewest in League Two, and were in or around the play-off places for most of the campaign.

    Wycombe supporters, on the other hand, may feel a little disappointed they are not preparing already for life in League One.

    Gareth Ainsworth's men were in the top three from mid-September until mid-April but one win from their final three matches saw the Chairboys finish in fourth.

  81. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    Plymouth Argyle v Wycombe Wanderers (19:45 BST)

    We already know that Burton, Shrewsbury and Bury will be plying their trade in League One next season.

    But four teams are still in with a shot of joining them - Plymouth, Wycombe, Stevenage and Southend.

    Who do you think will go up through the play-offs? Let us know via the BBC Sport Facebook page or by using #bbcfootball on Twitter.

  82. The play-off story continues...

    Part Three: League Two

    Home Park

    The League Two play-offs get under way tonight at Home Park, with fourth-placed Wycombe heading to Plymouth, who ended the season in seventh.

    Tomorrow, it's Stevenage v Southend in the other semi-final.

    At stake is a spot at Wembley on 23 May, and the winners there will go up to the third tier.

  83. The play-off story so far...

    Part Two: The Championship

    Paul Anderson goal

    Both Championship play-off semi-finals appear finely balanced going into next week's second legs.

    Middlesbrough will feel confident of progressing to Wembley after Fernando Amorebieta's stoppage-time winner gave them a 2-1 victory at Brentford on Friday, but the Bees' second-half display proved they have the ability to turn the tie around at Riverside Stadium.

    Earlier today, East Anglian rivals Ipswich and Norwich played out a 1-1 draw at Portman Road.

  84. The play-off story so far...

    Part One: League One

    Tom Clarke and Jermaine Beckford

    There's plenty for Preston to smile about after their 1-0 win at Chesterfield on Thursday. Avoid defeat at home tomorrow lunchtime and they'll be in a Wembley final, as they look to put right their dreadful play-off record.

    In the other semi-final, Swindon snatched a late 2-1 win at Sheffield United and will fancy their chances of finishing the job in Monday's second leg.

  85. Line-ups

    Plymouth Argyle v Wycombe Wanderers (19:45 BST)

    Plymouth Argyle: McCormick, Mellor, Nelson, Alessandra, R. Reid, Holmes-Dennis, McHugh, B. Reid, O'Connor, Jones, Hartley.

    Substitutes: Bittner, Purrington, Banton, Blizzard, Harvey, Ansah, Brunt.

    Wycombe Wanderers: Lynch, Bean, Jacobson, Mawson, Pierre, Saunders, Yennaris, Wood, Craig, Holloway, Hayes.

    Substitutes: Horlock, Fletcher, Bloomfield, Murphy, Ephraim, Kretzschmar, Onyedinma.

  86. BreakingTeam news

    Plymouth Argyle v Wycombe Wanderers (19:45 BST)

    Plymouth have made three changes to the side which won at Shrewsbury on the final day.

    Lewis Alessandra and Reuben Reid are back up front for the Pilgrims and Gethin Jones comes into midfield. Ryan Brunt, Zak Ansah and Dominic Blizzard drop to the bench.

    Wycombe goalkeeper Matt Ingram misses out through injury, so Alex Lynch replaces him between the sticks.

    Manager Gareth Ainsworth makes three changes in total to the team which won at Northampton last weekend.

  87. Post update

    Plymouth Argyle v Wycombe Wanderers (19:45 BST)

    Plymouth fans

    After all the fun of the final day for Plymouth fans, it's now down to the serious business.

    The fancy dress from the win at Shrewsbury is back in the wardrobe, as we get ready for the first League Two play-off semi-final.

    Spare a thought for Wycombe supporters who saw their side just pipped to an automatic promotion spot by Bury, but you can be sure they'll be up for another crack at promotion via the play-offs.

    Who's ready for another night of drama?