10. Crystal Palace and Watford have met 108 times since their first clash in 1921, the Eagles boasting a narrow 44-40 win-loss record. Another Palace win on Monday is priced at 3.10. 9. Watford are 1.70 favourites to earn promotion after finishing five points ahead of Palace in the league. The Stags broke a two-game losing streak with a second-leg win against Leicester in the semi-final. 8. These sides shared a 2-2 result in February, only their second draw since 2008. Palace have also drawn five of their last eight games. Monday’s clash is 3.30 to finish even. 7. Kevin Phillips scored a 70th-minute equaliser in that 2-2 draw, one of eight goals he’s scored for Palace this season. The 39-year-old is priced at 3.70 to net again. 6. Watford’s Matej Vydra scored twice for the Stags during their 3-2 aggregate victory over Leicester, ending his 13-game goal drought. The striker has 22 for the season and is 4.70 match favourite to net first. 5. Palace have failed to score in seven of their past 11 games and are 2.95 not to net at Wembley.
4. Watford beat Leeds United 3-0 the last time they were in a play-off final, back in 2006 (below). They’ve twice won Premier League promotion via the playoffs and are 20.00 to win 3-0 again. 3. Palace, meanwhile, have won promotion a record three times via the play-offs, most recently in 2004. They beat West Ham 1-0 in Cardiff and a repeat scoreline is available at 9.25. 2. These teams shared nine goals in their two clashes this season. A price of 7.75 is available for over 4.5 goals this Monday. 1. Wilfried Zaha will play his last game for Palace after netting eight goals in 49 appearances this season. The winger scored twice in the semi-final against Brighton and is 15.00 to net another brace.