Travel should not be disrupted for the Bank Holiday clash.
Brighton & Hove Albion have confirmed that the travel plan for the home match against Derby County on Monday 2nd May, will be virtually the same as the one originally planned for the fixture taking place on the Saturday.
The club's three park-and-ride sites will all be fully operational, along with the usual near-site parking at the Amex, Sussex University and the Bridge.
All additional matchday train services will be in place, between Brighton and Eastbourne; but supporters should be aware that there are engineering works across the May Bank Holiday weekend which will affect services from London to Brighton.
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There are engineering works between London Victoria and East Croydon, and no direct service between Victoria and Brighton.
Supporters travelling from London are advised to travel via London Bridge - but are also advised that there is a reduced service in operation between London Bridge and Brighton, and London Bridge and Lewes across the weekend.
All additional bus services will run as scheduled, but fans should note that bus services to the Amex will be on a Bank Holiday timetable, which is half the capacity of a normal Saturday schedule.
Seagull Travel will be running their usual coach services, collecting from locations across East and West Sussex.