The most anticipated weekend in the English football calendar is just hours away with all three play-off finals set to be utterly enthralling affairs.
Tranmere Rovers take on Newport County in the League Two final on Saturday before Derby County and Aston Villa headline things on Monday with the Championship clash.
But wedged in between the two is a mouthwatering clash between possibly League One’s biggest names in Sunderland and Charlton Athletic.
For the Addicks, reaching a Wembley final indicates a mammoth achievement from Lee Bowyer and his troops, putting serious off-field issues to the side and focusing on impressing on the pitch.
And they have done and no one has impressed more than attacking midfielder Joe Aribo, who will be looking to put in another big performance at the national stadium on Sunday.
Whilst Lyle Taylor has been taking a lot of the headlines at the Valley – and often deservedly so – Aribo too has been consistently brilliant operating behind him.
The midfielder has scored ten goals and assisted five more in 38 League One appearances this season, taking a total of 55 shots in the process.
He is the danger man that Sunderland will have to focus on stopping. Taylor is obviously a brilliant player, but if they can limit Aribo then Taylor will not get the chance to be brilliant.