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Wembley beckons: fans arrive early to soak up the atmosphere!

Fans arrive early at Wembley Credit: ITV News Anglia

Norwich City fans have already been arriving at Wembley this morning.

The Canaries will be backed by nearly 40,000 fans in London for their Champisonshop play-off final against Middlesbrough.

A £120 million windfall is the prize for today's winners.

Two youngs fans showing their true colours! Credit: ITV News Anglia
Norwich and Middlesbrough fans outside Wembley Credit: ITV News Anglia

Canary fans head to Wembley for the play-off final.

The queues for the coaches snaked round County Hall Credit: ITV News Anglia

Around 40,000 Norwich City fans are making the trip to Wembley today to see Norwich City take on Middlesbrough in the Champtionship play-off final.

Over 100 coaches were leaving Norfolk this morning to take fans to London.

Kick off starts at 3pm.

Credit: ITV News Anglia
Credit: ITV News Anglia
Over a hundred coaches were leaving Norfolk this morning Credit: ITV News Anglia

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Southend goalkeeper "Penalties are a psychological battle"

Manager Phil Brown celebrating taking the team to League One Credit: PA

Southend goalkeeper Dan Bentley says penalties are a psychological battle but they deserved to win them after their gripping play-off final victory against Wycombe at Wembley...

The Shrimpers took it to the dreaded penalty shoot-out after it finished 1-1 in extra time. It's the first time in five years they've played in League One.

After the match he spoke to our sports correspondent Donovan Blake...

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Southend beat Wycombe on penalties in play-off final

Phil Brown thought his side were dead and buried. Credit: PA

Daniel Bentley saved Sam Wood's sudden death penalty to send Southend into League One.

Southend goalkeeper Bentley had inadvertently given Wycombe the lead when a Joe Jacobson free-kick rebounded off him into the goal.

With all looking lost for Southend, Joe Pigott controlled the ball in the area and fired home with only seconds to go of injury-time.

Joe Jacobson, left, took the free-kick. Credit: PA
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