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By Ian Woodcock and Owen Phillips

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  1. Bradford and Millwall earn Wembley trip

    FT: Scunthorpe 2-3 Millwall (agg: 2-3), Fleetwood 0-0 Bradford (agg: 0-1)

    So the League One play-off finalists are decided after a fascinating night of play-off action.

    It's the Millwall and Bradford fans who will be going to bed dreaming of Wembley and promotion.

    Thanks for joining us.

  2. Bantams set up Millwall date

    Fleetwood Town 0-0 Bradford City (0-1 agg)

    Bradford's first-leg win is enough to see them move into the Wembley play-off final against Millwall on Saturday, 20 May.

    Read Peter Scrivener's match report to see how they did it.

    Fleetwood Town 0-0 Bradford City (agg: 0-1)

    Stuart McCall

    Bradford City book their place in the League One play-off final after a goalless draw at Fleetwood sees them win through 1-0 on aggregate.

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  3. 'We deserved to go through'

    FT: Fleetwood 0-0 Bradford City (agg: 0-1)

    Quote Message: I'm proud of that bunch in there. I'm proud that the supporters have another trip to Wembley to look forward to too. They've been a credit and, over the two games, I think we deserved to go through. from Stuart McCall Bradford manager on Sky Sports
    Stuart McCallBradford manager on Sky Sports
  4. Millwall edge out Scunthorpe in thriller

    FT: Scunthorpe United 2-3 Millwall (agg: 2-3)

    Millwall booked a second successive Wembley play-off final. 

    Read how striker Steve Morison inspired them to victory at Glanford Park.

    Scunthorpe United 2-3 Millwall (agg: 2-3)

    Steve Morison

    Steve Morison plays a starring role as Millwall come from behind to beat Scunthorpe and reach the League One play-off final.

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  5. Harris relishing Wembley return

    FT: Scunthorpe 2-3 Millwall (agg: 2-3)

    Millwall manager Neil Harris told Sky Sports: "We have had a brilliant season. Our FA Cup run took a lot out of us but I knew we had the spirit in the camp and could come here and win the game.

    "We have the experience of playing at Wembley from last year. We want to go there and be winners this time."

    Neil Harris
  6. 'We're heading back to Wembley'

    FT: Scunthorpe 2-3 Millwall (agg: 2-3)

    Quote Message: We were brilliant today. There's a lot of young lads in there, bouncing back from last year's disappointment, but now we're heading back to Wembley. from Steve Morison Millwall forward on Sky Sports
    Steve MorisonMillwall forward on Sky Sports
  7. Post update

    FT: Fleetwood 0-0 Bradford City (agg: 0-1)

    Peter Scrivener

    BBC Sport at Highbury

    So it is the Bantams who book their place at Wembley. In truth, they probably deserved it after dominating large chunks of both ties and creating the best chances throughout.

    Fleetwood huffed and puffed but were unable to break down a resolute defence and resorted to pumping long balls forward for much of the second half.

    Bradford players celebrate
  8. Harris leads the Lions celebrations

    FT: Scunthorpe 2-3 Millwall (agg: 2-3)

    Millwall boss Neil Morris is chuffed and is straight on the pitch to congratulate his players.

    And it's no surprise that he makes his way straight to two-goal striker Steve Morison before saluting the Lions fans.

    Victory tastes sweet.


    Scunthorpe 2-3 Millwall (agg: 2-3)

    It's all over. Millwall repel the final flurry from Scunthorpe and it's the Londoners who are off to Wembley for the play-off final.

  10. Post update

    Scunthorpe 2-3 Millwall (agg: 2-3)

    The pressure is building. Scunthorpe are knocking the ball into the box whenever they can but Millwall have too many bodies in their own area and manage to clear each time.

    Just one minute to go,

  11. CLOSE!

    Scunthorpe 2-3 Millwall (agg: 2-3)

    Almost an equaliser for Scunny as Kevin van Veen's fierce near-post shot is deflected behind for a corner. Three to go.


    Fleetwood 0-0 Bradford City (agg: 0-1)

    Bradford City will be going to Wembley for the League One play-off final!

    Bradford fans celebrate
  13. Post update

    Scunthorpe 2-3 Millwall (agg: 2-3)

    Six minutes of stoppage time to be played. That's plenty good enough for the home fans.

    The groans from the Millwall end suggest they are not entirely happy.

    Neil Harris
  14. Post update

    Scunthorpe 2-3 Millwall (agg: 2-3)

    One minute plus stoppage time left. Millwall are taking their time wherever they can.

    They pump the ball out of the ground. You can't score from the car park.

  15. Post update

    Fleetwood 0-0 Bradford City (agg: 0-1)

    It's not a good delivery and Bradford have a throw in and three more minutes until Wembley.

  16. Post update

    Fleetwood 0-0 Bradford City (agg: 0-1)

    Four minutes of stoppage time and Fleetwood have a corner...

  17. Post update

    Scunthorpe 2-3 Millwall (agg: 2-3)

    Scunthorpe need something special from 19-goal winger Josh Morris.

    He breaks down the left but his cross is easily cleared and Millwall are able to clear the lines.

    Neal Bishop dives in on Steve Morison and the Scunthorpe man is booked.

  18. Post update

    Fleetwood 0-0 Bradford City (agg: 0-1)

    An absolutely superbly executed Bradford offside trap ends Fleetwood's hopes of getting something out of a free-kick.

    Two minutes to go.

  19. Post update

    Scunthorpe 2-3 Millwall (agg: 2-3)

    Millwall were looking relatively comfortable, but that Stephen Dawson strike changes everything.

    The first leg was beyond dull, the second leg has been a cracker.

    Less than five minutes of normal time left. What do we have in store?

    Are Millwall heading for a second consecutive Wembley play-off final appearance?

  20. Post update

    Fleetwood 0-0 Bradford City (agg: 0-1)

    Bradford City boss Stuart McCall makes his final change, with Stephen Darby taking the place of Mark Marshall.

    Five minutes to go.

    Stuart McCall