Brighton v Crystal Palace Live Streaming : The Championship playoffs continue as punters eye markets

Its Brighton v Crystal Palace in the Championship playoffs as Bet365 report live streaming and announce they will be running their in play service for punters on tonights encounter.

Crystal Palace make the journey to the AMEX Stadium this evening to take on Brighton & Hove Albion in the Championship play-off semi-final second leg.

Watford are the team waiting in the final after their stunning victory over Leicester City on Sunday afternoon and if we have anything like the drama at Vicarage Road on the south-coast tonight, we are in for an enthralling encounter.

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The first leg at Selhurst Park ended in a 0-0 draw and it was a fairly cagey affair, but that isn’t likely to be the case in this one as there is a place at Wembley at stake.

Looking at Brighton to begin with, they would have been pleased with the first leg as they know a home victory will be enough to see them progress to the final.

Gus Poyet knows the pressure is on his men here, but he has called upon them to treat it like any other encounter and if the Seagulls play how they have done in recent weeks, they should come out on top in this one.

At the moment, Brighton are being offered at 11/13 to win this one inside 90 minutes and after going ten games unbeaten at the AMEX, many are sure to back the home side.

Ashley Barnes could be the man leading the line for the hosts tonight as Craig Mackail-Smith is out injured and you can bet on him breaking the deadlock here at 11/2. Barnes has scored just eight goals this campaign, but he is certainly good enough to play a big part in this match.

As for Crystal Palace, they would have been disappointed not to win the first leg on home soil and now they have an extremely tough encounter ahead of them, but the Londoners have shown this season they are capable of winning these matches.

Although Ian Holloway’s men haven’t been in the best has the best of results recently, the play-offs can be a bit of a lottery and form can sometimes go out of the window.

Holloway is an expert in these matches and in many ways, the Eagles might suit being the underdogs for this one. Palace do look to be good value for the win here as well as they are at 4/1 to come out on top inside normal time.

Leading scorer Glen Murray looks like he could be injured for tonight’s clash and the experienced Kevin Phillips could play a big part. Phillips is a man that only needs half a chance to stick the ball in the back of the net and he is at 10/3 to score at anytime.

Even if he doesn’t start, if Palace need a goal, Holloway is sure to turn to his veteran striker.

This is all set to be a cracking encounter with an electric atmosphere and with so much at stake, we are sure to see plenty of drama. All the action gets underway from 7.45pm this evening and it isn’t a match that you want to be missing.

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