• Wilfried Zaha leads the celebrations after Crystal Palace book a place in the Championship play-off final.
  • Leicester hosted Watford in the first leg of their play-off semi-final
  • Nigel Pearson's side sneaked into the play-off spots with a last-minute goal on the final day of the season
  • Whereas Gianfranco Zola's Hornets just missed out on automatic promotion
  • Ikechi Anya and Jeff Schlupp battled for the ball
  • Neither side could break the deadlock in a goalless first half
  • David Nugent gave Leicester a 1-0 lead with just eight minutes remaining
  • The Foxes hold on for the victory so will take a narrow advantage to Vicarage Road
  • Friday night's first leg between Crystal Palace and Brighton ended goalless at Selhurst Park
  • Palace's night took a turn for the worse when Glenn Murray was forced off with an injury
  • There was early drama in the second leg at Vicarage Road - Matej Vydra scoring for Watford
  • But beaten goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel was soon celebrating after David Nugent equalises
  • After Watford went back in front, there was late drama as Anthony Knockaert went down and a penalty was awarded to Leicester
  • However, Knockaert was denied from the spot - and the rebound - by Manuel Almunia
  • Watford went straight down the other end with Troy Deeney sending his side to Wembley
  • Deeney's goal won the tie 3-2 on aggregate for Watford and sparked wild celebrations
  • Knockaert was left knowing he was the villain of the piece
  • Gus Poyet and Ian Holloway said hello before Brighton hosted Crystal Palace.
  • Jonathan Williams was tackled by Gordon Greer.
  • Wilfried Zaha put Palace 1-0 up on the night and on aggregate.
  • The forward struck again to book his side's place at Wembley.

Championship play-offs

Wilfried Zaha leads the celebrations after Crystal Palace book a place in the Championship play-off final.