Huddersfield Town have lost a place on the Football League records list.

The combined 28,669 attendance against Lincoln City in 2004 had been the highest-ever for a play-off semi-final in League II or its equivalent.

Town’s 2-1 win at Sincil Bank was seen by 9,202 and the return, which finished 2-2, by 19,467.

However this season’s two-legged dockyard derby between Plymouth Argyle and Portsmouth attracted 32,673.

There were 17,662 at Fratton Park for the 2-2 draw last Thursday.

And 15,011 saw Argyle win 1-0 at Home Park to seal a first Wembley trip since 1996.

Back then, former Town manager Neil Warnock led the Devon side out of the basement section with a 1-0 win over Darlington.

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Now Derek Adams is plotting a victory over Accrington Stanley or AFC Wimbledon on May 30.

They clash in the second leg in Lancashire on Wednesday with Wimbledon 1-0 up after the first clash.

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The Argyle squad includes Graham Carey, who played for Town on loan from Celtic in 2010-11.

Then a left-back, the Irishman who made 26 Town appearances and scored three goals, now plays in midfield.

The 26-year-old played under Scotsman Adams at Ross County.