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League One: One Out, One In

The two final places in League One next season will be decided at the weekend when the play-off finals take place at Wembley Stadium.

Leyton Orient and Rotherham United are looking to leave the division and move into the Championship after both enjoying better than expected seasons and ending the campaign level on 86 points in the table.

Opposing managers Russell Slade and Steve Evans are both vastly experienced at this level and the game is likely to be an entertaining affair with the two sides having scored over 170 goals between them in their league matches.

Looking to move up a division are Burton Albion and Fleetwood Town as they contest the League Two play-off final on Bank Holiday Monday.

Both sides have younger managers looking to make an impression with Coventry-born Fleetwood boss Graham Alexander, 42, going head-to-head with ex-Derby defender Gary Rowett, 40.




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Date:Saturday May 24 2014

Time: 7:00AM

 

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