At the time of writing, there are less than 200 tickets available for Wycombe Wanderers’ play-off semi-final first leg match against Milton Keynes at Adams Park.

The match, which will take place on Thursday, May 5, is expected to be the club’s highest attended fixture of the season, as the Chairboys hope to progress past their Buckinghamshire rivals and into the League One play-off final on Saturday, May 21.

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It is also expected that 1,800 MK fans are planning to make the trip down from Buckinghamshire for Thursday's clash.

The highest attended fixture this season at Adams Park was against Sheffield Wednesday, when 9,005 people witnessed the Chairboys defeat the Owls 1-0.

To purchase your ticket for what is the first-ever play-off match between the two sides in their history, go to

Only a few remain.

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Wycombe’s highest attended game at Adams Park is 9,771, when they drew 1-1 against Chelsea in January 2007. 

However, despite the club’s official capacity being 10,137, the Chairboys’ license capacity is now 9,448.