Gareth Ainsworth admits it would be an honour to rewrite the history books with Wycombe as he bids to make it third time lucky at Wembley.

The Chairboys go into the Sky Bet League One play-off final against local rivals Oxford with a chance of reaching the second tier for the first time in the club's 133-year existence.

Manager Gareth Ainsworth suffered penalty shoot-out heartache with Wanderers on his previous visit to the national stadium in the 2015 League Two play-off final, while he played for Preston when they were beaten by his current team at the same stage back in 1994.

"We could be finishing this season off upsetting the record books and hopefully rewriting the history books," said Ainsworth.

"It would be the first time Wycombe are in any sort of level like this and it would be a proud moment for me to lead them there.

"It's a huge game, the biggest game in the club's league history without a shadow of a doubt.

"We want to make sure we take this opportunity and grasp it with both hands.

"Every time I've been to Wembley it involves Wycombe Wanderers and this is number three and I've lost the other two so I'm hoping it's third time lucky."

This evening's winner-takes-all clash will be played behind closed doors at the 90,000-seater national stadium because of coronavirus restrictions.

Of the pubs in High Wycombe, these are who will - and will not - be showing the game tonight.

O'Neills, The Antelope and The White Horse all confirmed that they will be not be showing the game tonight.

The Hourglass will be showin the game but say that tables have already been fully booked.

The Chiltern Taps will also be showing the game but fans will need to book.

The Three Tuns did not reply to the Bucks Free Press upon request.

Do you know any other pubs that will be showing the game tonight? Leave them in the comments below.