Sunderland boss Alex Neil has insisted that his side ‘will be ready’ for when they take on Wycombe Wanderers in the League One play-off final on May 21 at Wembley Stadium.

The Black Cats booked their place in the showpiece with a 2-1 aggregate win over Sheffield Wednesday.

The North East side won 1-0 in the first leg on May 6, and after being 1-0 in the second leg three days later, Patrick Roberts scored an injury-time goal for Sunderland to make the score on the night 1-1, which sent Neil’s men to the final.

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It has since been confirmed that the former Premier League club will have an allocation of 37,480 tickets, whilst Wycombe’s could reach 28,000.

Currently, 19,205 tickets have been given to Wanderers.

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Speaking to the club's media against the Owls, Neil said: “I think everyone knows they won’t need to worry about that for us (staying focussed).

"We will be ready.

“The discussion is ‘Well done. We’ve gone one left.’ That’s pretty much where we are.

“Listen, the lads will enjoy it. I’ll go home, see my family for a couple of days, have a couple of days off and see my kids that I haven’t seen in a wee while, have a bit of downtime and then we’ll get ready to go.”

The match will kick-off at 3pm.