Hopefully it will be another ridiculously high-scoring game like we’ve seen so far in the semi-finals!
Both of these sides have been thoroughly entertaining and it would be great to see them come to Wembley with the same free-spirited approach. That being said, any side that goes through after conceding five over two legs could do with addressing their defensive issues.
Exeter will need to keep an eye on Mark Cullen, who was superb in the semi-finals and has the talent to be playing at a higher level, while Blackpool will have to deal with the threats of Ollie Watkins and Ryan Harley, both of whom have the ability to decide the game.
It will be a special day and it would be great if it was a close, entertaining game. It’s tough to call but I think Blackpool will have the resilience to get through.