Peterborough United will take on Huddersfield Town in the League One play-off final for a place in the Championship after both clubs came through testing ties at the semi-final stage.
The Terriers held their nerve in a penalty shoot-out against Bournemouth after a pulsating 3-3 draw, winning 4-2 in the final reckoning from 12 yards.
Posh, on the other hand, came from behind in their tie against MK Dons, overturning a 3-2 deficit from the first leg with a 2-0 victory in the home tie.
Both sides have therefore shown they are capable of coming through stiff tests, but Peterborough may have the edge due to their recent history in the higher division.
Darren Ferguson, son of the hugely successful Manchester United manager Sir Alex, has already taken Posh into the Championship and will be hoping to repeat the trick.
But Lee Clark’s managerial history so far does not go any higher than League One, although he has earned a reputation as one of the Football League’s brightest young managers due to the attractive football played by his side.
Football betting fans may decide to plump for Ferguson leading United to glory and they can find odds of 7/4 for them to win the game in 90 minutes.
This means a stake of £10 at bwin.com would pay out a return of £27 if the side were successful and earned promotion at Old Trafford.
For those who are not confident the match will be decided in the 90 minutes and will instead go to extra-time or even to penalties, Posh’s odds for promotion go to 19/20.
With Huddersfield available at 3/4, it just shows how hard it is for these games, with so much riding on the outcome, to be called.
However, both teams have plundered goals at an impressive rate this campaign, while simultaneously being far from secure at the back.
As a result, League One betting fans looking to find a solid punt for the match could be tempted by odds of 9/5 on over 3.5 goals being scored.
A successful £10 stake on Huddersfield beating Peterborough 3-2 would return £230 at bwin’s odds of 22/1.
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