As we edge closer to the League One play-off final, everyone in the town is getting ready for the match.

Some Wycombe fans have coated their houses with blue decorations, whilst others have flooded the Adams Park club shop to get scarfs, flags, hats, and replica shirts before they head to Wembley Stadium on May 21.

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The match will see Gareth Ainsworth’s men take on Sunderland in the League One play-off final, to try and secure the third and final place in the Championship next season.

The day in North London is going to be a spectacle.

However, those who are not into football but live near the stadium may be forgiven if they think that Wycombe play in red and white and Sunderland play in blue.

Why’s that?

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It’s because the electric board that displays the venue’s next fixture at the largest stadium in England have put the opposing colours on the incorrect team's name.

Shared on social media by Wanderers fan Stephen Burnett on May 20, the avid Wycombe supporter said: “Can't believe they have got the team's colours wrong, no words.”

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However, some have speculated that this is to do with the play-off’s sponsors, Sky Bet, whose colours are blue and red.

And with Sunderland being deemed to be the ‘home team’ in the final, and with the Sky Bet logo starting with blue, the unfortunate colour coordination has caused confusion amongst fans.