Last Updated: 26/05/12 6:54pm
It's elation for Huddersfield but deflation for Sheffield United as they fall at the final hurdle in the most painful of ways. The Terriers will celebrate tonight though as Simon Grayson's side prepare for life in the Championship next season!
MISS - Simonsen fires it over the crossbar and Huddersfield are promoted into the npower Championship!
MISS - Williamson's penalty is also saved! Another predictable effort and Smithies saves excellently.
END OF EXTRA TIME. Huddersfield 0 Sheffield United 0. A place in the Championship will be decided on penalties!
Williamson crosses in from the right but Porter is marginally offside as penalties appear to be imminent.
The whistle blows and a foul is given against Montgomery after Williamson's delivery to the far post.
Williamson's effort is on target but straight into the arms of Smithies. A simple save and a huge waste at this stage of the game.
The game has exploded into life! Firstly Clarke has a header cleared off the line by Montgomery before up the other Porter is floored on the break by Johnson, who is booked for his efforts
Lee comes together with Doyle, the latter charging into the striker's run and Huddersfield have a free-kick 30 yards out.
The ball travels down the line to Lee who produces a fierce shot which is parried by Simonsen! Fortunately for United, no Huddersfield player is there to follow up and the Blades clear.
Quinn is down with cramp, which holds up play but Roberts earns Huddersfield a corner which is cleared bravely by Maguire.
Quinn is outstanding as he cuts inside Morrison and Hunt before firing at the near post which draws a smart save from Smithies!
Williamson intercepts with vigour from Doyle, but Woods intercepts a loose pass from Porter and the midfield congestion battle resumes.
A Roberts' free-kick is pacey but always too high for Morrison to reach at the far post. Goal kick to the Blades.
Williamson cuts inside Morrison but in controlling the ball he fouls Hunt and a spell of Blades pressure is brought to an end.
Marc Chadwick from New Zealand asks: 'What happens if it ends up 0-0 after penalties?' Good question, looking possible the way this is going!
Porter and Quinn both exchange chances to shoot until Porter eventually lets rip forcing an outstanding diving block from Clarke.
Quinn gets away from Hunt on the counter though and the full-back can do nothing but foul him or let him pass. He fouls in and it's a Blades free-kick.
Hill's clearance is atrocious as Huddersfield win a throw-in, with Hunt still looking a lively outlet down the right.
Again, as soon I say that a chance occurs as Porter nods on Quinn's ball into the path of Morrison who concedes a corner.
It's not very pretty, but Sheffield United clear away through Maguire after some sloppy attempts at clearances. Unless a piece of genius or a catastrophic mistake occurs, expect this to go to penalties.
Lowton looks for Porter but Woods stays strong and denies a path for the winger to find space to cross.
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Roberts takes a tumble in the box, with Flynn having a little poke but nothing is given by the referee.
They can't. Simonsen claims with confidence, launching a kick out to Porter who is blocked off by the strength of Clarke.
Ward fires a ball into the box but Maguire stands firm to clear behind for a corner. Can Huddersfield strike late here?
Rhodes has a pop but it bobbles along the ground comfortably for Simonsen. I said extra time is imminent, I lied. We could be in for a frantic showdown at Wembley.
Woods hacks the ball into the fans to deny Flynn whipping a cross in, but Hill eventually gets one away and Porter beats both Terriers centre-backs to narrowly glance a header wide.
Huddersfield again come close as Ward drifts another pin point cross into the box, with Clarke getting on the end of it but he aims his header wide!
Great chance for Huddersfield! Rhodes' header brings a save from Simonsen before Lowton clears off the line!
Having said that, Rhodes nearly creates an oppotunity for himself as Maguire is drawn into an excellent clearance.
Lowton calmly plays back to Simonsen under pressure from Novak, with extra time looking a certainty right now.
Miller looks for Rhodes but can only find Smithies with a poor ball, before moments later, Higginbotham is dispossessed by Hill.
Quinn again comes close, this time aiming at the near post when the far was the better option. He looks lively still though as fatigue seems to be all but taking over this final.
Free-kick to United, which Williamson fires in, with Maguire looking to connect before Clarke powers it out for a throw-in.
The game grinds to a bit of a halt again as the challenges on the left result in a flurry of throw-ins. Expect this to go to penalties at this rate.
Hill is put under pressure from Ward, and does well to an extent as he clears down the line but possession is right back with the Terriers.
Quinn charges into space and picks up a pass from Williamson, his control excellent but his driven effort is fired across goal and wide.
Ward picks out Novak on the break from the corner, with the ball solid, before Novak spectacular botches his shot, dragging it so wide it goes out for a throw-in.
Doyle teases Hunt and ends up winning a corner, while the United strikers seem somewhat peeved that a cross never came in from that exchange.
The delivery from Higginbotham was woeful, but the referee spots something untoward in the box and a free-kick is given against the Blades.
Higginbotham's hopeful ball travels to the back post with Hill scrambling it away off his shoulder in the end. Straight after and Novak's header from Ward is deflected behind for a corner.
Ward draws a brave clearance from Hill, with the Terriers looking in the ascendancy at the moment before Cresswell does well to draw a foul from Miller.
Clarke meets the delivery at the far post but he just can't gain any control on his effort which narrowly trickles wide to the centre-back's despair.
Great work from Ward again as he forces Maguire into heading behind his own goal for a Blades corner.
Flynn's persistence earns the Blades a corner, after some questionable defending from Morrison. Moments later, the corner is cleared by Clarke.
Ward's ball is aimed at the back post with Simonsen relieved to see it land behind goal without a touch off his defenders.
Hill clatters into Higginbotham and from 30 yards out Huddersfield have the chance to whip a delivery into the box.
Rhodes is crowded out trying to find Novak, before Williamson seems to pull up presumably with cramp rather than a hamstring injury.
Williamson takes a nudge from Hunt and earns a free-kick, with the game starting to flow a little better now.
Excellent work from Lowton earns the Blades a corner, with Flynn's delivery met by the head of Collins who can only direct an effort over the bar.
Novak is penalised for a barge into Maguire, with the crowd still electric at Wembley as we await the game's first goal.
Doyle's ball to Williamson was divine, but his touch took the bal behind him, giving him all sorts of work to do before his shot was charged down by Morrison.
Hunt does brilliantly to stay with Flynn, whose trickery is superb before he eventually wins a corner.
It's been a much more positive start from Huddersfield as Woods searches for Novak down the line, which Lowton reads and clears accordingly.
Doyle clashes with Johnson in the air and both take a tumble with head pains but both are now back up on their feet.
Woods crosses in from the left, the ball falling to Ward whose excellent effort cannons off the crossbar. The first real chance of the game and hopefully a sign of things to come.
Gary Cleaver writes: 'As an MK Dons supporter I have seen both sides recently, this one was always going to be close, and with the temperature at pitch level well into the thirties, the longer it goes on the slower it will get. It could go all the way to penalties, if it does the bucket in the corner of the dressing room will definitely be full. If it is to finish in normal time I'd go for 1-0 Sheffield United.'
Hunt demonstrates excellent pace to skip past Flynn, but his ball i't the best and ends up travelling out of play. Hunt looks the best form of service for Huddersfield today though.
Cresswell backs into Clarke illegally and the game comes to a halt once more with a Terries free-kick.
Doyle's ball is too long for Cresswell, with both sets of strikers really feeding off scraps for the time being.
Hill makes a solid challenge on Higginbotham, with the winger's progress down the right cut off in its tracks.
Rhodes makes a menacing run across goal, leaving players behind at will but his shot lacks the pace to trouble Simonsen and it trails wide.
Doyle can only clear as far as Ward, with Hill getting on the end of his delivery as Simonsen this time was left flapping at the cross.
Montgomery's driven effort comes off the feet of an unsuspecting Terriers defender, but the attack ends as Hunt is hacked down by Flynn, who is reprimanded by the referee.
Smithies gets away with another one there as Cresswell got to the ball before him, the keeper lucky a defender was there to sweep away.
Hunt cushions Doyle's ball out of play, but the Blades have it back with Quinn, whose ball into the box is spilled by Smithies before Morrison desperately hacks away.
As a few long balls end up with defensive clearances, Huddersfield start to the game to the Blades, but Lowton is again there to peskily intercept from Ward.
After a really promising run from Woods, he lets his run down with a poor cross that practically lands behind goal. Goal kick for the Blades.
Cresswell falls under the challenge of Clarke but no penalty is given, and rightfully so as he looked to have been falling before the tackle anyway.
Morrison heads away the latest delivery from Williamson, with both teams looking sturdy defensively right now. You sense either a mistake or an act of genius could be the difference today.
Rhodes was ready to pounce from Novak's knock down but Collins does enough to get his body in the way and clear the danger.
As a few dozen balloons find their way on to the pitch, the players get a chance for a much needed water break.
Doyle makes a naieve challenge on Morrison during a strong spell of pressure from United and the attack comes to an end.
Flynn aims a high boot up to control the ball against Peter Clarke, with the referee penalising the Blades man, but Clarke had cleared anyway.
Flynn hits the deck under Morrison and a good spell of maintaining possession results in a free-kick for United.
Cresswell is caught offside from Doyle's through ball, with the heat perhaps starting to show it's influence as a couple of loose passes go astray.
Higginbotham directs a high boot into Williamson and a free-kick from 40 yards is caught confidently by Smithies, who looks to have settled now.
Williamson cuts inside Woods but his pass back is behind Quinn who can't direct a meaningful shot on target. The Terries clear but United are starting to take the initiative in the recent exchanges.
Williamson crosses in, with Quinn's header needed to be parried by Smithies who does well as Cresswell lurked for a tap in.
Rhodes looks to exert some influence with a storming run through the centre but he meets Maguire who calmly clears away.
Ward enjoys another tussle with Lowton but the Blades wins this battle as his dispossesses Ward strongly.
Sheffield United clear a Huddersfield corner before Hunt plays it in long with Lowton doing well to cushion it back to Maguire. Very even start early on at Wembley.
The Terriers look to surge away on the break from the corner but Rhodes is caught offside trying to latch on to Hunt's direct ball.
Cresswell works the sideline, finding Quinn at the near post whose effort is deflected behind for a corner.
Smithies gets away with a poor clearance but Cresswell's shot is blocked by Morrison. Moments later Flynn crosses in and Smithies flaps earning a goal kick rather fortunately.
Williamson holds up the ball well but chooses the wrong option as his heavy pass for Cresswell ends up with a Terriers goal kick.
Hunt storms down the right and his cross meets a few heads, with no-one clearing before Novak's tame half-volley trickles wide.
Simonsen punches away well enough, but Flynn's persistence charging forward sees him penalised for a tackle on Morrison.
First corner of the game falls to Huddersfield as Ward's delivery takes a touch off Lowton and flies behind goal.
Good work from Ward leaves Lowton with work to do, but he watches the ball carefully and makes a well timed tackle.
As play resides on the sideline, Huddersfield eventually cross into their opponents half but Hunt's delivery to Rhodes lands with the fans.
It's time for the national anthem, with the backdrop of a scorching afternoon's day at Wembley surely to prove a huge factor today.
Possible Sunderland fan Lee Cook writes: 'Huddersfield to win 2-1 Rhodes to score, be good to see the lad play in the championship or even in the Premier League with Sunderland,.'
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For those fancying a bet on this afternoon's game, Sky Bet offer all three options in the outright market at odds against. Huddersfield go off 15/8 with the Blades 7/5 and the draw a 23/10 chance.
Sheffield United: Simonsen, Lowton, Maguire, Collins, Hill, Williamson, Montgomery, Doyle, Flynn, Quinn, Cresswell. Subs: Howard, Taylor, McAllister, Porter, O'Halloran.
Huddersfield: Smithies, Hunt, Morrison, Peter Clarke, Woods, Higginbotham, Johnson, Miller, Ward, Novak, Rhodes. Subs: Colgan, Roberts, Tom Clarke, Arfield, Lee.