WHAT will your final words to the team be before you march out onto the hallowed turf? Chris Preston, e-mail
Jacko says : I WILL tell them to enjoy the occasion and to give me 110% - because if they do that I'm sure we'll win.
Whatever the result, if the lads have done themselves justice and given it their all, then I'll have no complaints.
But we do want to come off that pitch as winners, with medals around our necks and with a nice trophy to bring home for the fans.
We have had our disappointments and knock-backs this season, but we've now got 90 minutes of football to hopefully get ourselves into the Second Division.
There is no bigger stage than Cardiff and we aim to make the most of it.
WHAT message do you have for the fans who are travelling down to Cardiff? Carol, Holmfirth
Jacko says: MY message is simply to stick behind the team.
The supporters were brilliant when we were 2-0 down against Lincoln and they should remember they have a massive part to play, especially if things don't go entirely how we want.
We are all in this together.
It will take a massive effort from myself, Taff and the lads to win the game and our fans can give us a tremendous help with non-stop support.
It will be a wonderful occasion and we have sold a lot more tickets than Mansfield, so I just hope everyone sings their hearts out and does their bit to help the lads.
Nothing would make me happier than to come back to Yorkshire with that trophy and to enjoy a promotion party with all our supporters.
HOW have preparations gone and what is the mood in the camp? Jim, Denby Dale
Jacko says: OUR build-up has been excellent and the lads have worked really hard.
They have been great all season in that respect and, since Lincoln, they had a little wind-down last weekend with some golf and, since Monday, they have been focusing on the game.
We will be doing some more work tomorrow before watching the First Division final and then we'll have our final workout on Sunday.
Going to the West Ham v Palace match will be a valuable experience for the lads. Some have been there before but most haven't and we need to make sure they are all ready.
HOW can we stop Lawrence, Mendes and Mansfield's mobile midfield overruning us like they did at the McAlpine? Dave H, Shepley & Rick, Manchester
Jacko says: MANSFIELD'S strength is in Lawrence, Mendes and Corden, who are very dangerous going forward.
But there weakness is at the back and that's where we need to exploit them.
If you look at Mansfield's results this season, they have always scored a lot of goals but they've always let a lot in as well.
That's why Northampton were able to beat them 3-1 in the semi-final second leg on their home soil.
I saw that game and, while Mansfield were very quick going forward and were capable of creating a lot of problems, they are only a young side and were quite vulnerable at the back.
We can't sit back, we have to get up and at 'em!
WHAT did you say to the team at half time during the Lincoln semi-final? Richard Williams, Netherton, aged 14
Jacko says : I THINK I've been asked this question more than any other since that fabulous night at the McAlpine which sent us through to Cardiff.
Firstly, the lads knew they had let themselves down badly and they were teetering on the brink after 52 and a half games and being so close to promotion.
In the first half, we had defended too deep, we didn't compete as we needed to and we didn't get the ball down and pass it.
If we carried on like that, we all knew we would be packing our cases for the holidays rather than for a play-off final at the Millennium.
I just told the lads to forget about what had happened, get out there in the second half and remember all the qualities which got us into this situation in the first place.
I knew if we got a goal back that we would go on to equalise and win the tie and the atmosphere at the final whistle is the best I can ever remember.
Contrasting the scenes in the dressing room with those at Colchester, it was immense.
WHAT have been the biggest mistakes you've made this season and what is the major lesson you have learned? Richard, e-mail
Jacko says : THERE haven't been too many mistakes otherwise we wouldn't be within one match of the Second Division.
The most hurtful experience of the whole season was over at Macclesfield when we got drubbed 4-0 and played without any passion.
That wasn't how I ever wanted to see a team of mine play and the same goes for Taff.
At least the lads bounced back from it in typical fashion and, before too long, we went on an excellent run of wins. Whenever we have had a bad display, we have tended to come fighting back and that's a pleasing factor.
What I will remember most from this season, though, is the passion, character and desire from the players and supporters for what we are trying to create at this club.
When I came back here last June I said I wanted to put the pride back in this club and I think the fact we are taking 22,000 people down to Cardiff shows that we have.
It's not just about pride, though, because I think we've breathed belief back into Huddersfield Town.
Everything is very positive at the moment, the Academy is working superbly for the club and the senior squad is young, fit and strong.
Behind the scenes, everyone is working tremendously hard and Ken Davy has done fantastically well to get the club to where it is.
The pride and belief is back and it would be a fantastic achievement by everyone concerned if we can cap it all off with promotion.
HOW will the young players cope with the big occasion? Marion, Dewsbury
Jacko says: SUPERBLY.
They are honest, hard-working lads who do not get carried away and they'll be taking it all in their stride when it comes to Monday.
Everyone has enjoyed the build-up, it has been wonderful to see all the media interest this week and I told the lads to make the most of it, because big finals like this don't come around every two minutes in your career.
I will be telling the lads over the weekend what the team will be and, while there will be one or two very disappointed lads, that's my job.
When it comes to the game, though, I've got every confidence in the players.
We have the ability to win the game and win promotion and I want them to go out and prove it. With the fans behind us, I'm sure that we will.