CRYSTAL Palace defender Dean Moxey has already experienced playing at Wembley in his career, but he admits Monday's game against Watford will be something he'll never forget for the rest of his life. And he says the Hornets will be looking to make up for narrowly missing out on an automatic place, with strikers Troy Deeney and Matej Vydra a threat to the Palace rearguard. "They have both had fantastic seasons, and I didn't know anything about Vydra before this season," Moxey told Advertiser Sport. "Deeney has been a good player for the last five or six seasons and he's always a handful, and he's scoring goals as well. "He scored the winner in the semi-final so it's going to a tough game against fantastic players, but we've just got to match them and hopefully do what we did against Brighton. "They will be disappointed not to go up, and I thought they deserved to go up in the automatic two places. "They are a good team, but so are we. Every game is hard, and I know it's a cliché, but it makes it harder at Wembley with a sell-out stadium. "Gianfranco Zola has also played in cup finals and he's a football legend so he's going to know what he's going to do. "But we're going to concentrate on us, relax on the day and do what we do."For the full interview with Moxey among a host of others before Monday's game, you won't want to miss our 12-page Wembley pull-out in Friday's Croydon Advertiser. And we also have Ian Holloway's exclusive column included. The contents of this article must not be reproduced without the permission of the Croydon Advertiser.Follow us on Twitter at www.twitter.com/AdvertiserSport Like our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/AdvertiserSport Watch video highlights at www.youtube.com/AdvertiserSport
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