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Third time lucky hopes for Tykes fans at Wembley

On Sunday over 24,000 Barnsley fans will descend on Wembley hoping to see their team beat Oxford to win the Johnstone's Paint Trophy final.

And after two defeats at the national stadium in the past they will be hoping it is third time lucky. Either way, the fans are out to ensure it's a memorable day out whatever the result, as Chris Dawkes reports.

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Barnsley sells over 25,000 tickets for Wembley final

Barnsley have sold over 25,000 tickets for this weekend's Johnstone's Paint Trophy Final against Oxford United at Wembley.

Barnsley are favourites to lift the trophy on their first trip back to Wembley since losing in the FA Cup semi-final in 2008.

With League Two promotion contenders Oxford also taking up their initial allocation, the crowd on Sunday is expected to exceed 50,000.

Sneak preview of Hull City song

A song for Hull City's trip to Wembley for the FA Cup Final against Arsenal has been recorded today.

Club legends joined supporters at a recording studio in the city to put the finishing touches on the single which will be released for sales funds to go to charity.

Chris Dawkes was there to get a preview of the song before its release:

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Hull legends help record FA Cup Final single

Hull legends have been at a recording studio in the city to help record a charity single for the team's FA Cup Final next month.

Ken Wagstaff at the recording studio

Ken Wagstaff and Dean Windass were among those at Fruit Trade Music.

They have been singing along to Wembleyphant - a song composed by Ed Faulkner and Club Amber to commemorate the Tigers' first FA Cup Final.

Wagstaff and Windass with fans at Fruit Trade Music

Hull fans' loyalty will be rewarded says club

Hull City say their most loyal fans will be rewarded with tickets for next month's FA Cup Final against Arsenal.

Both clubs were allocated 25,000 tickets for the game, disappointing both sets of fans.

Arsenal have around twice as many season ticket holders as Hull, meaning many regulars will miss out on the club's first chance of silverware in eight years.

Hull say all their regulars will be certain to get a ticket though:

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