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Hull City and Sheffield Wednesday are getting ready to contest the richest game in world football - the Championship play-off final this afternoon.
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Both Hull City and Sheffield Wednesday have had their moments at Wembley.
The Tigers were at Wembley in the FA Cup semi-finals and the final two years ago - but even more memorably, they won promotion to the Premier League for the first time in their history at Wembley in the play-off final in 2008.
Wednesday's last win in North West London was at the old Wembley when they beat Manchester United in the Rumbelows Cup final in 1991.
Chris Dawkes has been speaking to heroes from both occasions in the build up to the richest game in world football.
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On the cusp of glory. On Saturday afternoon Wembley will be heaving with nervous Hull City and Sheffield Wednesday fans ahead of the all-Yorkshire Championship play-off final.
The stakes have never been higher. It is estimated that to the winners a place in the Premier League will be worth around £200m, making it the most valuable single game in world football.
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Both Sheffield and Hull are preparing for a mass exodus as their teams - and fans - head for Wembley, ahead of the richest game in world football.
It's estimated that the winner of tomorrow's all Yorkshire Championship playoff final between Hull City and Sheffield Wednesday will earn around £200 million.
Both Hull City manager Steve Bruce and Sheffield Wednesday captain Glenn Loovens have high hopes for their sides.