MK Dons 1-0 Wycombe (agg 1-2): Chairboys on the brink of Championship return as they progress to the League One play-off final despite semi-final second leg defeat
- Wycombe are in the League One play-off final after knocking out MK Dons
- The Chairboys won 2-0 in the first leg and defended their lead away from home
- Troy Parrott’s goal gave the Dons a 1-0 second leg victory, but it wasn’t enough
- Gareth Ainsworth’s side will face Sunderland or Sheffield Wednesday in the final
Wycombe have reached the League One play-off final despite losing the semi-final second leg against MK Dons.
The Chairboys, who were relegated from the Championship last year and finished sixth in the regular season, won the first leg 2-0 thanks to goals from Ryan Tafazolli and Sam Vokes.
Troy Parrott got MK Dons back into the tie with a clever header just 26 minutes into this second leg, but Liam Manning’s side could not find a second goal and will therefore remain the third tier.
Full match report to follow.
Wycombe were relegated from the Championship last year but are now on the brink of a return
Troy Parrott put MK Dons in front on the night, but his side could not find a crucial second goal
Sam Vokes’ goal in the first leg at Adams Park ultimately proved to be the difference in the tie
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