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Big Game at the Bottom Between Brighton and Fulham

Brighton vs Fulham Preview 27/01/2021

25 January 2021 | Premier League | Preview
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Big Game at the Bottom Between Brighton and Fulham

There are several games to look forward to in the English Premier League on Wednesday night including the meeting between Brighton and Hove Albion and Fulham at the American Express Community Stadium.

The hosts begin the week in 17th place on 17 points while the visitors start in 18th place on 12 points, so this is a vital game in terms of the relegation battle this season.

Brighton coming to the match having defeated Blackpool 2-1 at home in the fourth round of the FA Cup of the weekend. Graham Potter chose a strong starting XI but found themselves level following an equaliser scored by Blackpool just before half time. However, Brighton came out strongly in the second half and scored the winning goal in the 58th minute.

That result means Brighton are undefeated in 4 of their last 5 games in all competitions. They have won 3 of their last 4 matches including victories over Leeds United away from home in the Premier League and at Newport County in the FA Cup third round.

Nonetheless, Brighton's form in the Premier League is poor and they have recorded just a single victory from their last 10 Premier League fixtures.

Trends show Brighton have achieved just 6 wins in their 37 most recent games in the Premier League. The Seagulls have seen both teams score in 7 of their last 9 home league matches.

Fulham travel to the American Express Community Stadium having lost 3-0 at home against Burnley in the FA Cup on the weekend. Scott Parker made several changes to the team that played against Manchester United in the Premier League and Fulham found themselves 1-0 down at half-time.

Having been unable to score the equaliser, Burnley extended their advantage from the penalty spot before sealing the win with a third goal in the 81st minute.

That was a third successive defeat for Fulham following narrow losses at home in the Premier League against Chelsea and Manchester United.

Trends show Fulham have been struggling to win matches for some time and they have won just 3 of their last 21 games in all competitions.

Fulham have conceded at least one goal in their last 8 away Premier League games but have drawn all of their last 3 away league matches.

Team news and Brighton are without the injured Danny Welbeck, Tariq Lamptey, Jose Izquierdo, Florin Andone, and Alireza Jahanbakhsh. They also have doubts over the fitness of Adam Lallana and Aaron Connolly.

Fulham are without the suspended full-back Antonee Robinson. Midfielder Tom Cairney is injured while Terence Kongolo is a doubt.

It is difficult to split the two teams but we do expect to see plenty of goals in this game and it would not be a surprise for it to finish with over 2.5 goals and both teams scoring. Therefore, a 2-2 final score seems a good prediction.

Home team - Away team Probability in% Forebet Correct score Avg. goals Weather conditions Odds Kelly Criterion Score
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Premier League | Round 20, Regular Season
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BrightonFulham
27/01/2021 20:30 GMT
344224 X 2 - 2 2.94 3.49 0.19
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0 - 0
(0 - 0)

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Leeds UnitedAston Villa
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1
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Newcastle UnitedWolverhampton
27/02/2021 20:00
2

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OVERALL TABLE PTS GP W D L GF GA +/-
1. Manchester City 59 25 18 5 2 50 15 35
2. Manchester United 49 25 14 7 4 53 32 21
3. Leicester City 49 25 15 4 6 44 27 17
4. West Ham 45 25 13 6 6 39 29 10
5. Chelsea 43 25 12 7 6 41 25 16
6. Liverpool 40 25 11 7 7 45 34 11
7. Everton 40 24 12 4 8 37 33 4
8. Aston Villa 36 23 11 3 9 37 26 11
9. Tottenham 36 24 10 6 8 37 27 10
10. Leeds United 35 25 11 2 12 43 43 0
11. Arsenal 34 25 10 4 11 31 26 5
12. Wolverhampton 33 25 9 6 10 26 32 -6
13. Crystal Palace 32 25 9 5 11 29 43 -14
14. Southampton 30 25 8 6 11 31 43 -12
15. Burnley 28 25 7 7 11 18 30 -12
16. Brighton 26 25 5 11 9 26 32 -6
17. Newcastle United 25 25 7 4 14 26 43 -17
18. Fulham 22 25 4 10 11 21 32 -11
19. West Bromwich 14 25 2 8 15 19 55 -36
20. Sheffield United 11 25 3 2 20 15 41 -26

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