Oxford stand between Wanderers and a place in the Championship next season ahead of Saturday’s play-off showdown.

Ian Evatt’s men beat Barnsley 5-4 on aggregate in the semi-final. Dion Charles bagged a brace at Oakwell, with Randell Williams, Aaron Collins and Eoin Toal also getting on the scoresheet over both legs.

Meanwhile, Oxford edged past Peterborough thanks to goals from Elliott Moore and Cameron Brannagan to set up a grand finale against the Whites.

When is the game being played?

The big fixture takes place at Wembley on Saturday, May 18 (4.15pm) and it is set to be a special atmosphere.

Wanderers ran out 5-0 winners when the sides met at the Toughsheet Community Stadium in March thanks to goals from Nat Ogbeta, Josh Dacres-Cogley, George Thomason, Aaron Collins and Josh Sheehan. The points were shared at the Kassam Stadium several months prior following a goalless draw.

How to follow the action

The best place to follow the action is our live matchday blog, featuring build-up and regular match updates.

The game has been selected for live broadcast on Sky Sports Football (channel 403). Live commentary is also available via WanderersTV, with one-off audio match passes available for £2.50.

The final will also be shown on a big screen at the Bolton Stadium Hotel for fans unable to make the trip to the capital, opening at 3pm with tables available on a first come, first served basis.

How many tickets have been sold?

The latest update shared by the club confirmed that more than 30,000 Wanderers fans have now booked their seats. The total is edging closer to the EFL trophy final against Plymouth last year when 34,000 enjoyed a memorable 4-0 victory.

Will highlights be available?

Highlights will be available on Wanderers TV and the club’s official YouTube channel. An hour-long recap of the action will also be shown on Sky Sports Football at 7.30pm on Sunday night.