Selhurst Park is open to fans tonight by ticket entry if they want to watch the second leg semi-final play-off live on Sky Sports and cannot make it to the Amex Stadium in Brighton.
The club says: “If you cannot make the game in person, why not come and show your support at Selhurst Park, and be part of one of the biggest games in the history of Crystal Palace FC.”
Details of ticket prices at Selhurst Park and facilities available are on the club’s website.
The Eagles know that if they can win they will be in a London derby with their north London neighbours Watford in what would be their first visit to the new Wembley stadium for the Championship play-off final.
The first leg was a tight and tense nil nil draw on Friday night May 10 with Palace coming off with a deficit in terms of knee injury to their top scorer Glenn Murray.
Palace manager Ian Holloway says: “We have to go there and they will have to watch us because we aren’t bad at counter-attacking. Obviously we will have to stop them at their own ground, but this is where the pressure happens, this is where it all starts building. It only takes one thing from us and that could upset everything. It’s a fantastic opportunity for us, we have to do better than we did at their ground last time.”
Palace have been promoted to the old First Division and Premiership via the play-offs on three occasions in 1989, 1997 and 2004.