Brighton v Crystal Palace: Watch a Live Stream of the Championship play-off semi-final 2nd leg
The Amex Stadium will be rocking on Monday night as Brighton and Crystal Palace take the field in a winner-takes-all, one-match knock-out in the Championship play-off semi-final 2nd leg/
After a rather drab, goalless encounter at Selhurst Pak on Friday night, bitters rivals Brighton and Palace will be hoping to recreate a sliver of the drama witnessed at Vicarage Road on Sunday in order to take their place at Wembley against Watford in the play-off final.
Bet365 are showing Brighton v Crystal Palace live, legal and straight onto your computer via 101 Great Goals. Simply click on this link or the Live Streaming tab above and follow the simple step-by-step instructions to watch.
NOTE: Be aware that Bet365 have some geographical restrictions on Watford v Leicester, whilst those without a Bet365 account will need to deposit money in an account to watch the match.
Brighton v Crystal Palace is not available via the Bet365 streaming service in the UK, Ireland or China. Everywhere else, including Germany, Italy, Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Bulgaria, Greece, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Czech Republic, Hungary and Slovakia, is fine.
With just one win in their last 10 outings, Ian Holloway’s Eagles are the underdogs to reach the showpiece finale. The Eagles have appeared overly reliant on star players Wilfried Zaha, Glen Murray (injured) and Yannick Bolasie in the back end of the season, and when these forwards fail to bring the heat, Palace have struggled.
Teenage forward Jon Williams maybe the joker in the pack for the south Londoners. After scooping the young player of the year award, Williams looked dangerous during the first-leg against Brighton, and his busy, enterprising style could unlock the Seagulls on their home turf.
Brighton, though, will be a tough nut to crack. Gus Poyet’s team are well-oiled, packed with experience, and currently riding a 10-game unbeaten streak.
Brighton won this season’s equivalent league fixture 3-0 in March, with a double from Leonardo Ulloa either side of half-time, in addition to a score from David Lopez.