Sheffield Wednesday are hoping to secure their Wembley date as they take on David Wagner's Huddersfield Town later tonight.
Carlos Carvalhal's men will be hoping to go one better than last season's 1-0 loss against Hull City last season in a heartbreaking Wembley final.
But first, Wednesday must overcome Huddersfield at Hillsborough later this evening with the side's playing out a goalless draw at the Kirklees Stadium on Sunday.
Here's what you need to know about Wednesday's vital match this evening.
How can I watch Sheffield Wednesday vs Huddersfield?
The Owls' crucial Hillsborough clash will be shown tonight, (Wednesday, May 17) with the match kicking off at 7.45pm.
However, viewers can turn onto Sky Sports 3 from 7.30pm to watch 15 minutes of previews before the kick-off.
Remember, the Sheffield Star will be running a special live blog of the match on its website.
What are the odds for Sheffield Wednesday vs Huddersfield?
Carvalhal's men are slight favourites for tonight's match with bookies across the board.
Sky Bet have got Sheffield Wednesday at 7/5 favourites.
A draw can be backed at 11/5.
Huddersfield Town are at 9/4 to win the match.
What was the result last time out?
The two side's played out a dogged 0-0 draw in the first leg of their play-off semi-final on Sunday.
The Star's Sheffield Wednesday reporter described the match as a "tedious, uneventful Yorkshire derby" but praised a Carvalhal "tactical masterclass".
The Owls made it difficult for their Yorkshire counterparts throughout the game, frustrating them during a cagey, nervy affair.
Wednesday failed to register a single shot on target during the match but Carvalhal would have been the happier of the two managers after the game.
Team news for Sheffield Wednesday vs Huddersfield
Gary Hooper is likely to miss out again for Wednesday meaning Steven Fletcher could keep his place alongside Fernando Forestieri, Sam Winnall or Jordan Rhodes.
Carvalhal will also be hoping Sam Hutchinson will recover from a knee injury in time to make the clash.
Danny Ward will likely replace Joel Coleman in goal for Huddersfield after missing the first match through suspension.
Other than that, Huddersfield are expected to name a similar side to Sunday's clash.