No strangers to the Play-Offs, Exeter City and Northampton Town return to Wembley this evening - the scene of previous defeats for both - with the aim of reaching Sky Bet League One.
o Northampton Town are appearing in their fourth Football League Play-Off Final and first since 2012-13, when they lost 3-0 against Bradford. Their only win in a Final was in 1996-97 under Ian Atkins, a 1-0 win over Swansea City.
o Exeter have won just one of their last nine League Two matches against Northampton (D2 L6), a 3-2 home win this season. They have failed to score in six of those nine encounters.
o In all competitions, Northampton have only lost three of their last 27 games against Exeter (W17 D7 L3), a run stretching back to 1985.
o The last time Exeter won a Play-Off Final at Wembley was in 2007-08, winning 1-0 against Cambridge United in the Conference Premier (now National League) final to reach the Football League. Current manager Matt Taylor played the full 90 minutes that day, as did full-back Dean Moxey in his first spell with the club.
o In the semi-final, Northampton Town became only the third team in the history of the Football League Play-Offs to lose the first leg by two or more goals at home and then progress to the final, after Bradford City in 1995/96 and Yeovil Town in 2006/07.
o A victory for Exeter City would see them return to League One for the first time since the 2011/12 season, while Northampton last featured at that level in the 2017/18 campaign.
o Northampton’s Callum Morton has scored with seven of his 11 shots on target in League Two this season (inc. Play-Offs) – all seven of his goals have been scored away from the Cobblers’ home stadium.
o Exeter City striker Ryan Bowman has scored 14 League Two goals for the Grecians this season (inc. Play-Offs), double the amount of any other player.
o Northampton boss Keith Curle last featured in a Football League Play-Off final back in 2003/04, leading Mansfield Town to the final of the fourth-tier play-offs against Huddersfield Town. After a goalless draw, the Stags lost 4-1 on penalties.
For exclusive build-up to tonight's Final, watch our video matchday programme below, or visit the EFL's official YouTube channel for exclusive interviews with both sides.