Brighton and Hove Albion vs Everton – betting tips and predictions

Brighton and Hove Albion will return to the comforts of home when they host struggling Everton at Amex Stadium on Sunday afternoon. The Seagulls lost 2-0 at Arsenal in their last league fixture, but they have claimed wins in their last two home games. Chris Hughton’s side have accumulated seven points from their opening seven games, and currently, occupy the 14th spot in the league table. The Toffees have endured a difficult start to the season and find themselves a couple of spots behind their opponents in the league table…

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Arsenal vs Brighton and Hove Albion – betting tips and predictions

Arsenal have shown signs of improvement in the recent weeks as they prepare to host Premier League newboys Brighton and Hove Albion at Emirates Stadium on Saturday. The Gunners are currently unbeaten in their last three league fixtures and have climbed to the seventh spot in the table with ten points. In their last league game, they defeated West Brom at home, and they would be aiming for another three easy points on Saturday. On Thursday, the Gunners were involved in Europa League on Thursday and claimed a 4-2 at…

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Bournemouth vs Brighton and Hove Albion – predictions and betting tips

Bournemouth are desperate for points as they prepare to face their South Coast rivals Brighton at Vitality Stadium on Friday night. The Cherries are without a point this season and currently sit second-from-bottom in the league. The combined striking talent of Jermain Defoe, Joshua King and Benik Afobe has failed to find the net, and Cherries’ only goal this season was scored by Charlie Daniels in the 2-1 defeat to Manchester City. In their last fixture, they were comfortably beaten 3-0 at Arsenal, but manager Eddie Howe would be hoping…

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Brighton and Hove Albion vs West Bromwich Albion betting tips and predictions

Premier League new boys Brighton will host undefeated West Brom at Amex Stadium on Saturday evening. The Seagulls started the season with a decent performance in the 2-0 home defeat to Manchester City. Following that result, they have picked up a solitary point from two games on the road. The game against the Baggies would be a decent opportunity for Chris Hughton’s side to pick up their first Premier League points at home. The Baggies will come into the game on the back of an impressive start to the season.…

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Watford vs Brighton and Hove Albion predictions and betting tips

The Hornets have made an impressive start to life under new manager Marco Silva, and they find themselves undefeated following two rounds of games. On Saturday, they will face newly promoted Brighton and Hove Albion at Vicarage Road. The visitors, who are making their debut in Premier League this season, are without a point and have suffered defeats in their opening two games. The Hornets started the season with an impressive last-minute 3-3 draw with Liverpool at home. Next weekend, they built up on their start with a 2-0 win…

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Leicester City vs Brighton and Hove Albion predictions and betting tips

2014-15 champions Leicester City will take on league newcomers Brighton at King Power Stadium on Saturday evening. The Foxes lost 4-3 to Arsenal in the opening game of the season despite leading twice in the game. Meanwhile, the Seagulls fought bravely against Manchester City at home, but they were undone by two late goals. This will be the first Premier League meeting between these two sides, and there is no doubt that the Foxes would be the favourites to pick up all three points. Keep reading our preview for best…

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Championship season review – Brentford, Brighton & HA, Bristol City, Burton

Brentford: 10th Although there were never any seriously realistic hopes of reaching the play-offs, or any concern about possibly being drawn into a relegation scrap, it was far from a dull season from Brentford. The reflection of stability, a young side full of technically gifted individuals proved as entertaining as they were inconsistent, in the process doing enough to suggest that promising times lie ahead. One thing that was fairly constant throughout was their strong home form, only dropping two points from their first five outings at Griffin Park in a…

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Championship Season Review – Brighton & HA, Bristol City, Burnley, Cardiff

Brighton & HA: 3rd In almost any other season, 89 points would be more than enough to win automatic promotion, and comfortably at that. For that reason Brighton can consider themselves massively unlucky not to have secured top-flight football for the first time since 1983, with a second chance in the play-offs having also failed to deliver the status befitting of their stadium, facilities and their fan base. There was clearly ability within a squad that had been added to by the signing of Israeli striker Tomer Hemed and left-back…

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Championship season review: Bournemouth, Brentford, Brighton & HA, Cardiff

Bournemouth: 1st Just six years after they overcame severe financial problems and a 17-point deduction to stay in the Football League, Bournemouth were miraculously promoted to the top-flight for the first time. It represents the crowning glory on the growing list of amazing achievements during Eddie Howe’s two spells as manager. They meant business from the moment the season began, scoring within seconds of an opening day 4-0 victory at Huddersfield Town. And although their form dipped a little until the end of September, that performance would be a sign…

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