A special train timetable has been issued for the League One play-off final between Wycombe Wanderers and Sunderland on May 21.

Concerns had been raised by the Chairboys fans who live in the town and the surrounding areas on whether trains heading into the capital will be running frequently.

However, Chiltern Railways has confirmed that timetable for the day has now gone live.

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Chiltern Railways said: “In particular, a high-capacity special timetable with additional trains will be in operation between High Wycombe and Wembley Stadium, from approximately 09.30 (on May 21), and also back to High Wycombe after the match.

“Queuing systems will be in operation at both High Wycombe and Wembley Stadium stations.

“In order to ensure smooth boarding of trains at High Wycombe, please ensure you purchase your train tickets before the day of travel.”

What Chiltern Railways had to say

What Chiltern Railways had to say

They also confirmed that no trains will operate from the Aylesbury Vale Parkway Station to Marylebone for the entire day.

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Chiltern Railways continued: “Rail replacement buses will operate over the following route section, connecting with trains to/from Marylebone at Beaconsfield”:

• Aylesbury Vale Parkway

• Aylesbury

• Stoke Mandeville

• Wendover

• Great Missenden

• Amersham

• Beaconsfield

At the time of writing, more than 20,000 Wanderers fans have bought tickets for the final.