Oxford United fans have descended on Wembley Way in their numbers ahead of the club’s big match this afternoon.

The Yellows take on Bolton Wanderers in the League One play-off Final with the prize of promotion up to the Championship on the line.

United have not been in English football’s second tier for a quarter of a century following their relegation in 1999.

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Fans have travelled from Oxford and beyond on Saturday to London's Wembley Stadium to watch the massive match in person.

Several generations of supporters were spotted outside the stadium in the hours leading up to the 4.15pm kick-off.

Fiona and her son James were feeling confident ahead of the League One showpiece with both fans going with an Oxford win.

“I think the score will be 3-0,” said James, who did not reveal his surname.

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Another U's fan, Fiona, added: “Yeah I will go for that as well and I think it will be in normal time but it would be exciting to go to a penalty shootout, a bit of fun.”

Elsewhere family of fans Jamie, Grant, Liana, Ray and Jackie had travelled to London directly from Oxford to see the game.

“Normal time, 2-1 Oxford,” said Ray.

“No reason to be scared of penalties when we’ve got Cameron Brannagan.

“We have been to Wembley with Oxford before for the two cup finals which unfortunately we lost but we also came 14 years ago for York which we won to get back into the league and of course 1986 at the old ground.”