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  1. League Two play-off semi-final second legs
  2. FT: Exeter 3-2 Carlisle (agg: 6-5)
  3. FT: Luton 3-3 Blackpool (agg: 5-6)
  4. Both teams into final after last-minute winners
  5. Final at Wembley on Sunday, 28 May

Live Reporting

By Phil Shepka and Tom Garry

All times stated are UK

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  1. Exeter and Blackpool reach Wembley

    Both ties finish 6-5 on aggregate


    It's time we all went for a lie down...

    Thanks for joining us on a simply incredible, ridiculous and heart-stopping night in the EFL play-offs.

    Two stoppage-time winners. Two ties that finished 6-5 on aggregate.

    Go home, League Two. You're drunk.

    Good night!

  2. Post update

    FT: Blackpool beat Luton 6-5 on aggregate

    Luton Town manager Nathan Jones told Sky Sports:

    I'm really proud of my team. We were in total control of the game and two little incidents cost us the game. Up until 75 minutes we were in total control.

    "To go 3-1 up I couldn't see them getting anything, then one long ball, little error gets their tails up and probably cost us the game."

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    FT: Blackpool beat Luton 6-5 on aggregate


    Blackpool manager Gary Bowyer told Sky Sports:

    "We gifted them two goals, but the courage these boys had to come back was brilliant. We knew if we could get to 3-2 they'd be nervy as all teams are - but it was amazing the bravery they had to play still.

    "It's what you play football for and you have to realise what these suporters have been through the last few years.

    "We were 14th on 14 February and gone on the run, we've come here to the favourites in the play-offs and won."

  4. Post update

    FT: Exeter beat Carlisle 6-5 on aggregate

    Ollie Watkins

    Exeter goalscorer Ollie Watkins told Sky Sports:

    "I've never been so happy to see someone else score.

    "It was a shame to concede so late on, seeing as we had dealt with them for so well for 90 minutes.

    "I've never been to Wembley before, so I can't wait."

  5. Post update

    FT: Exeter 3-2 Carlisle (agg: 6-5)


    Exeter City matchwinner Jack Stacey told Sky Sports: "It [the winner] was a hit and hope to be honest.

    "I'm relieved that we didn't have to play extra time. My legs were starting to cramp up a bit."

    Stacey, don't forget, is a former Carlisle United player.

  6. Post update

    FT: Exeter beat Carlisle 6-5 on aggregate

    Paul Tisdale

    Exeter City manager Paul Tisdale told Sky Sports: "It has been one of those crazy years.

    "It was one of those games. We thought we'd keep scoring, and we did.

    "The lads are jumping up and down and my job now is to make sure they have straight heads."

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    Mike Wakely: Supporting the Grecians from Greece & a poor internet connection. What a finale! Wembley here we come

    James Cox: If every football game was like a League 2 Playoff Semi-Final, I don't think I could cope!

  8. Post update

    FT: Blackpool win 6-5 on aggregate

    Blackpool midfielder Brad Potts told Sky Sports: "To go 2-1 down, the character shown by the boys is unbelievable. Words can't describe how good that feeling is.

    On facing Exeter: "We know we can beat anyone on our day."

  9. Post update

    FT: Blackpool win 6-5 on aggregate

    Blackpool defender Andy Taylor told Sky Sports: "It's been a topsy-turvy few years at the club and a topsy-turvy season but you work hard and get your just rewards.

    "We'll have a good night tonight and then head to Wembley."

    His team-mate Brad Potts just asked who they were playing in the final - no one knew right until the death.


    Luton 3-3 Blackpool (agg: 5-6)

    Blackpool looked down and out when Danny Hylton slotted home that penalty to put Luton ahead, but Armand Gnanduillet's equaliser and that bit of luck at the end has taken them to Wembley to face Exeter. What an end to these matches.

  11. GOAL Luton 3-3 Blackpool (agg: 5-6)

    Stuart Moore OG

    Blackpool are surely on their way to Wembley and it's heartbreak for Luton and their goalkeeper Stuart Moore.

    A corner is played in towards Kelvin Mellor, who heads down towards goal. The defender on the line attempts to clear it but it hits the back of his goalkeeper Moore and creeps in.

    Remarkable. Just remarkable.

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    Luton 3-2 Blackpool

    Armand Gnanduillet has another weak shot when he should have passed to Mark Cullen. You'd think he'd have learned.

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    Luton 3-2 Blackpool

    Luton switch off at a corner, which is played short, eventually coming back to Blackpool's taker Ian Black, who falls to the same fate as Armand Gnanduillet did, firing off target when he had men in the middle to cross to.

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    Luton 3-2 Blackpool

    Armand Gnanduillet has his head in his hands.

    He's on the end of a quick counter attack by Blackpool but rather than cross to the free Mark Cullen at the back post, he shoots high and wide.

  15. Post update

    Luton 3-2 Blackpool

    Luton winger Pelly-Ruddock Mpanzu is a terror tonight and his cross across goal is somehow turned over the bar by defender Tom Aldred.

    That ball could have dropped anywhere.

  16. Exeter reach the play-off final

    FT: Exeter 3-2 Carlisle (agg: 6-5)

    The fans flood onto the pitch at St James Park! What a night for them.

    It was an incredible tie, with an incredible finish.

  17. Post update

    Luton 3-2 Blackpool

    Blackpool have used all of their substitutes but forward Mark Cullen is looking a little worse for wear right now, barley able to move, but still manages to win a header in the middle of the park.

    Eventually the ball is played out to Tangerines' Brad Potts, but his shot is saved.


    Exeter 3-2 Carlisle (agg: 6-5)

    Exeter are through to the final!

  19. GOAL: Exeter 3-2 Carlisle (agg: 6-5)

    Jack Stacey

    What a goal! WHAT A GOAL!

    Jack Stacey drills an absolute beauty into the top corner.

    Exeter are back infront and surely, surely, SURELY that's the winner?!

    Exeter v Carlisle
  20. Post update

    Luton 3-2 Blackpool

    Wasteful from Pelly-Ruddock Mpanzu, who has looked excellent tonight, as he trips a chip through ball to a team-mate but it runs straight through to the goalkeeper.

    I must say, I do love a chip through ball on my favoured football computer game.