The use of the Video Assistant Referee (VAR) will be used in the League One play-off final between Wycombe Wanderers and Sunderland.

The English Football League (EFL) revealed in the evening of Thursday, May 12, that the use of the tool might be implemented in the showpiece at Wembley Stadium on Saturday, May 21.

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This was after the EFL confirmed that VAR will certainly be seen in the Championship play-off final, which will take place eight days later on May 29.

The football governing body then confirmed the news on Monday, May 16.

The club said: "With VAR having already been confirmed for the Sky Bet Championship Final on Sunday, 29 May, it will also be used at this Saturday’s Sky Bet League One Final between Sunderland and Wycombe Wanderers, as well as the Sky Bet League Two Final on Saturday, 28 May.

"It will be the first season VAR will be used at the EFL Play-Off Finals.

"Match officials for Saturday's final will be announced in due course."

Currently, the system is only operating in Premier League and specific League and FA Cup matches, as well as in the Europa, Europa Conference, and Champions League.

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VAR has also been seen at international tournaments which include the World Cup and European Championships.