It's the second week of The Football League Play-Offs this weekend, with the npower Championship's end-of-season festivities getting underway on Thursday evening, and concluding on Monday.

First up, it's the turn of Leicester City and Watford who meet at the King Power Stadium for a 7.45pm kick-off.

The two sides had their places in the Play-Offs confirmed at the last minute on the final day of the regular season but it was under very different circumstances, with the Hornets just missing out on automatic promotion and the Foxes snatching sixth place with a late 3-2 victory at Nottingham Forest.

After Thursday's opener, their two-legged semi-final will be concluded on Sunday at Vicarage Road, where the teams will meet for a 12.30pm kick-off.

The other semi-final sees two rivals lock horns, with Crystal Palace hosting Brighton and Hove Albion for the first instalment of their semi on Friday at 7.45pm, before the reverse fixture on Monday evening.

The Eagles were 3-0 winners against Brighton in December, but the South Coast club took the bragging rights in March when they slammed three past Palace without reply.

Expect another two exciting matches in the Play-Offs, as the prospect of a chance to play at the national stadium for a place in the Premier League on May 27th will only intensify the rivalry.

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