Preston North End continue their bid for promotion to the Championship away at Chesterfield.
They're hoping it'll be tenth time lucky, having failed to go up from the previous nine play offs they've been involved in.
The manager and players insist that poor record won't have a negative impact on their push for promotion this season.
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Full ticket details for Preston's Play-Off semi-final versus Chesterfield have been released.
The first leg will take place at Chesterfield's Proact Stadium on Thursday 7th May at 7.45pm and the Lilywhites have been allocated 2,000 seats in the North Stand.
Tickets are priced £20 for adults (19 to 64-years-old), £13 for senior citizens (65 and over) and 15 to 18-year-olds and £9 for 14-year-olds and under
The second leg will take place at Deepdale on Sunday 10th May with a 12.15pm kick-off.
The price for tickets for the home leg have been set at £20 for adults, £12 for senior citizens (60 and over for Ambassadors, 65 and over for all other supporters), young adults 16 to 18-year-olds and full-time students and £5 for U16s in all stands, with one third of the Bill Shankly Kop again open for home supporters.
Chorley FC are on their way to the Conference North play-off final after this sensational overhead kick in the fifth minute of injury time kept them alive in their semi-final against Boston United.
Adam Roscoe delivered the moment of sheer genius to equalise before Chorley were able to win the game on penalties.
And a family promotion double could be on the cards - the Chorley manager is Garry Flitcroft, the brother of newly-promoted Bury manager David Flitcroft.
FC United of Manchester, the club set up in protest at the Glazer takeover of Manchester United, are now just two promotions away from joining the Football League.
They're not even ten years old, but last night secured a fourth promotion - this time into Conference North.
Our sports correspondent David Chisnall was there to see the celebrations.
Brendan Rodgers says Raheem Sterling and Jordan Ibe have been made aware of the responsibility of being a Liverpool player.
The Reds manager met with them on Thursday after both players hit the headlines this week.
Sterling was pictured getting a legal high, while inhaling nitrous oxide. He has also been photographed smoking a shisha pipe alongside Ibe.
Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini says he's not hurt by reports that Jurgen Klopp is leaving Borussia Dortmund to replace him at the Etihad Stadium this summer.
Former Manchester United skipper Roy Keane will appear at court over an alleged road-rage row with a taxi driver.
The 43 year old was summonsed Trafford Magistrates' Court for a public order offence after police received a report he'd behaved aggressively in January.
The incident is alleged to have taken place on Friday 30 January 2015 when police were called to Ashley Road, Altrincham.
The search is on for a new manager at Wigan Athletic after they sacked Malky Mackay after just five months in the post.
He was appointed by Dave Whelan in controversial circumstances back in November - now both men have left the club.
Chris Halls considers who is in the running as his replacement, and looks back at a miserable weekend for Blackpool, who have been relegated.