No excuses. We're ready. That's how Gus Poyet summed up Brighton's situation going into their play-off semi-final at Crystal Palace this evening. The Seagulls have been on a fantastic run, unbeaten in their last nine games.
So Wembley is the prize over two legs. The first game kicks off in just over an hour at Selhurst Park, with the return at the AMEX Stadium on Monday. And with an intense rivalry between the clubs followers, the Brighton manager wants the fans to focus on football.
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