10. Brighton and Crystal Palace shared a 0-0 draw in their play-off semi-final first leg on Friday, their second draw in four previous meetings. Another tie on Monday is available at 3.35.
9. Brighton are undefeated in their last ten games and were on a three-match winning streak before Friday’s goalless draw. The Seagulls are 1.85 to win.
8. Palace, meanwhile, have won just one in 11, drawing four of their last five games. The London club are 4.25 to win.
7. Brighton beat Palace 3-0 in this fixture in March - the fourth time in their five most recent meetings that one side had scored three goals. Brighton are 16.00 to repeat that scoreline.
6. Referee Michael Oliver brandished just three yellow cards on Friday, despite the previous tie at Selhurst Park producing five bookings and a straight red for Palace’s Lewis Dunk. Another dismissal on Monday is priced at 3.75.
5. Brighton had led at the break in each of their last three games before Friday and are 3.50 to be leading 1-0 after 45 minutes.
4. Palace have opened the scoring in just two of their past ten games. Ian Holloway’s men are 2.45 to net first.
3. David Lopez was the last player to score a penalty for Brighton, a consolation goal against Huddersfield 14 games ago in early March. The home side are priced at 6.00 to score from the spot.
2. Palace have scored just once in their past five away games and are 2.30 to draw a blank on Monday.
1. Brighton have scored twice or more in seven of their past 12 home games and are 3.30 to net either side of half-time.