Who Is Completing The Promotion Final Line-Up On Sunday?

By Sam Elliott

Your Sunday service is action packed and we’re hours away from completing our final line up.

Yesterday of course we saw Solihull Moors, Boston and Braintree celebrating - now who’s joining the party?

Things couldn’t be more tense with this afternoon’s games sure to keeps fans on the edge of their seats and the TNT Sports team will be right on top of it because they broadcast all the finals next weekend.

There’s one more place under the Arch up for grabs and we find out who else is coming to the Promotion Final as two sides who have never played in the EFL try to create a little bit of history.

The countdown is nearly over for Bromley and Altrincham fans and while Michael Cheek and co have home advantage, the Robins form is fantastic going into the play-offs.

They were of course handed an Eliminator bye and go in with five wins from their last six - and didn’t let in a goal at all in April.

It’s a semi-final in successive years for Bromley and after falling to Chesterfield last time out, Andy Woodman says the club are in a better place to go one stage further 12 months on.

We could be sending a new face up to League Two - but could a fresh face be heading to the National League?

Worthing hope so and after a steady few years of building, they hope a late season spanner in the works doesn’t stunt progress. Adam Hinshelwood’s exit to York City left Aarran Racine holding the keys to National League South promotion.

He says it was crucial to finish third and secure semi-final home advantage - and now they welcome Maidstone United.

The Stones’ wonderful season is still going strong and after a late-but-great win over Aveley, manager George Elokobi said: “Nothing’s been achieved yet - we’ve not won anything - but I thought the players were fantastic.”

Brackley Town manager Gavin Cowan had a late Wednesday night as he watched Chorley defeat Curzon Ashton on penalties.

But he hopes getting home in the small hours could swing things in their favour - and bury the ghost of National League North Promotion Final defeat to Kidderminster Harriers last May.

"We obviously took in the game between Chorley and Curzon on Wednesday and prepared as we've been preparing," Cowan said. "Nothing changes for us, we need to prepare at the highest standard possible and be ready for the next task. That's all we can do."

Where next?

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