Is Wycombe v Sunderland on TV? Details on final play-off coverage, live stream information, kick-off time and more

Sunderland meet Wycombe Wanderers in the League One play-off final at Wembley on Saturday 21 May. The game starts at 3 p.m. and it’s all about promotion to the championship.

The Black Cats are joined by nearly 38,000 fans at Wembley Stadium as Alex Neil’s men attempt to end their four-year stint in the Third Division. As for Wycombe, the Chairboys are targeting a return to the Championship at first attempt after being relegated last season.

Sunderland finished the regular season in fifth place, defeating Sheffield Wednesday 2–1 on aggregate in the semifinals by two legs. Wycombe finished the tournament a point and a place behind Sunderland, defeating MK Dons 2–1 over two legs in the semifinals.

Sunderland beat Wycombe 3-1 at Wearside in August, with Ross Stewart scoring twice and Elliot Embleton also on target, while David Wheeler scored right after the death for Gareth Ainsworth’s men. In January’s second leg at Adams Park, the teams fought an exciting 3-3 draw. The Black Cats looked set for victory as Stewart gave them a 3-2 lead in added time, only for Joe Jacobson to equalize in the 98th minute.

Here’s everything you need to know before playing.

Can I watch Wycombe v Sunderland live on TV?

Yes, the game will be broadcast live on Sky Sports Main Event (channel 401) and Sky Sports Football (403) starting at 2pm

Is there a live stream for Wycombe v Sunderland?

No, as the game will be broadcast live on Sky Sports.

Where can I listen to Wycombe vs Sunderland?

Live commentary of the match will be broadcast on BBC Radio Newcastle, with commentator Nick Barnes and synopsis Gary Bennett.

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How do I get live updates during Wycombe vs Sunderland?

Our Sunderland AFC writer James Hunter will be at Wembley Stadium bringing you live updates throughout the 90 minutes on the ChronicleLive blog as well as all the post-game reactions.

Where can I buy Wycombe vs Sunderland tickets?

Sunderland have been allocated 37,480 tickets for the final, which will go on sale in three phases from 9am on Wednesday 11 May.

Detailed information on how to get tickets for the final can be found here.

What are the first team news ahead of Wycombe vs Sunderland?

Alex Neil is scheduled to hold his pre-game press conference on Thursday 19th May.

At this point, Sunderland are not expected to have any new injury problems after winning the semi-final second leg at Sheffield Wednesday.

Nathan Broadhead returned from injury as a late substitute at Hillsborough and could struggle for the start in the final laps.

Carl Winchester is out with a groin injury which will likely rule him out of the final.

Leon Dajaku reported back to the Academy of Light last week after recovering from illness in Germany and could be available for the final.

Long-term injuries Jordan Willis (patellar tendon) and Niall Huggins (heel) are already out until next season.

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