League Two playoff final live streaming : Bradford v Northampton feature from Wembley

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The League Two play-off final comes from Wembley on Saturday afternoon it should be a cracking encounter between Bradford City and Northampton Town.

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These two teams finish in sixth and seventh respectively in the fourth tier of English football, so it might be somewhat of a surprise they made it to Wembley, but both deserve their place and should be relishing the chance to gain promotion to League One.

This is of course the second trip to Wembley inside a few months for Bradford as they made it to the Capital One Cup final earlier in the year.

The Bantams might have lost 5-0 to Swansea City, but the experience of playing at this stadium, as well as coping with the pressure and getting used to the pitch is sure to have benefited the Yorkshire club. They are the 7/5 favourites to win this one.

Many thought that after their defeat to the Swans that Bradford would struggle to make the play-offs and that the season would fizzle out somewhat, but that hasn’t been the case and Phil Parkinson deserves a lot of credit for how his men have played in recent weeks.

They beat Burton Albion 3-1 in the second leg of the semi-final and when you consider they were 3-2 down after the first leg at Valley Parade, it was an incredible result for Parkinson’s team.

Nahki Wells is proving to be a very talented striker and he comes into this one full of confidence after his brace last time out. Wells links up extremely well with Jason Hanson and is being offered at 9/2 to score the first goal here.

As for Northampton, they had two 1-0 wins for Cheltenham Town in the semi-finals, so Aidy Boothroyd’s team got the job done in a professional manor.

The Cobblers might not play the attractive football that Bradford do, but it seems as though their style of play is just as effective and they are sure to be tough to break down on Saturday afternoon.

Boothroyd has experience in the play-offs after taking Watford up to the Premier League in 2006 and that knowhow in these big matches could be a bit of an advantage for Northampton. You can back them to win inside 90 minutes at 12/5.

Adebayo Akinfenwa has been the main man going forward for the team from Sixfields and the big striker will have a big part to play on Saturday afternoon. He is at 13/2 to score first and with balls sure to be flying into the box, Akinfenwa will be looking to make a nuisance of himself and give the Bradford defenders a tough time.

These two sides have both had impressive campaigns and as ever in a play-off final, they each come into this one in good spirits after the high of the semi-final earlier in the month.

There should be an electric atmosphere on Saturday afternoon and all the action gets underway from 1.30pm. Expect drama, entertainment and a closely-fought encounter.

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