Troy Deeney's 96th-minute goal fired Watford into the npower Championship play-off final in the most dramatic fashion at Vicarage Road
Leicester City have taken a crucial step forward in their pursuit of Premier League football.
Leicester City are preparing for their sixth Championship Play-offs appearance. Here's a look at what happened in the previous three.
It was a tough day for Leicester's supporters and indeed for their most famous fan. Former England and Leicester striker Gary Lineker was at the finishing line for Claire Lomas' 400 mile cycle ride and also gave his thoughts on yesterday's match.
Jeez!! Well done Watford!From @GaryLineker on Twitter:
Speaking on Sky Sports Nigel Pearson the manager of Leicester City said the club's match against Watford today 'is tight.'
He said: 'I think both sides recognise it's a close contest. I'm sure Watford will be thinking to come out of the blocks quickly - we'll want to do the same.
It's about keeping your nerve and being able to perform under pressure. Both sides are well equipped to do that. When you get to this stage, it could be who makes the fewest mistakes.'
Leicester City fans are calling today's Championship Play-off semi-final against Watford the biggest game in their recent history.
Many say a club of Leicester's size are overdue a return to the Premier League and they see today's game as an excellent opportunity to get to Wembley for the final.
Leicester City are facing Watford in the Championship Play-offs semi-final today as they look to reach the Premier League.