Oxford United and Wycombe will meet within the League One play-off closing subsequent Monday.
The U’s and Pompey cancelled one another out within the semi-final second leg with one other 1-1 draw.
Marcus Harness opened the scoring for Oxford with a neat end within the 38th minute, however the hosts had been degree because of an Ellis Harrison personal aim simply earlier than half-time because the tie ultimately went to additional time.
With the rating degree after 120 minutes of soccer, Oxford beat Portsmouth 5-Four on penalties.
Oxford goalkeeper Simon Eastwood saved a Cameron McGeehan spot-kick, earlier than former Liverpool midfielder Cameron Brannagan sealed the semi-final conflict.
In the meantime, Wycombe prevented a scare as they went by means of to the ultimate with a 6-Three combination win over Fleetwood.
Joey Barton’s males had a mountain to climb after dropping the primary leg 4-1 at dwelling.
Regardless of failing to succeed in the ultimate, Fleetwood managed to get some satisfaction again with a 2-2 draw within the reverse fixture.
Danny Andrew gave the Fishermen an early lead, earlier than Fred Onyedinma capitalised on a Harry Souttar error to equalise for Wycombe.
Ched Evans restored Fleetwood’s benefit on the hour mark with a penalty, however Onyedinma accomplished his brace with a 94th-minute aim.
League One play-off semi-final second leg outcomes
Oxford United 1-1 Portsmouth (2-2 on combination, Oxford United win 5-Four on penalties)
Wycombe 2-2 Fleetwood (Wycombe win 6-Three on combination)