Premier League – Brighton & Hove Albion at home to Tottenham Hotspur
Both Brighton and Spurs currently share Champion’s League qualification hopes, as they sit fourth and third in the Premier League, respectively.
Brighton & Hove Albion arrive at this game, having secured 14 points so far this season
Following a 3-3 draw against Liverpool, Brighton will be hoping for more.
Also, Brighton keep finding ways to win, having secured four victories in their last seven games is astonishing this season, a form has placed them in clear contention for Champion’s League qualification. With 14 points, they currently sit fourth in the League. The breakdown for the team’s record is 4 wins, 1 losses and 2 draws having won four fixtures, drawn two matches, and lost one game.
Playing at home, Brighton have won two meetings and drawn one game.
A win in this fixture, would take Brighton & Hove Albion’s points from 14 to 17, so far this season.
Good Attacking Performance
This has been a good season so far for Brighton, in terms of goals scored (14). This has been largely down to the key attacking players: Alexis MacAllister (5), Leandro Trossard (5), and Pascal Gross (3). Brighton have conceded eight goals.
Roberto De Zerbi could be missing up to three of their players through injury or illness for the game on Saturday.
Tottenham Hotspur’s Premier League season, has so far seen them gain 17 points, going into this game
Also, Spurs keep finding ways to win, having secured five victories in their last eight matches is astonishing this season and they are looking worthy of the aspiration to qualify for Champion’s League football. With 17 points (5W, 1L and 2D), they are established in third position in the League having won five fixtures, drawn two meetings, and lost one game.
Spurs have won one game, drawn two fixtures, and lost one game of their four League matches playing away this season.
Victory for Tottenham Hotspur would take their points tally to 20 so far this season.
Good Attacking Performance
Spurs have a good scoring record this season, with 19 netted so far (18 from open play and one penalty). This has been largely down to the key attacking players: Harry Kane (7), Heung Min Son (3), and Pierre Hojbjerg (2). Spurs have conceded 10 goals.
Going into Saturday’s game, Antonio Conte without four of his players, due to illness or injury.
Brighton & Hove Albion v Tottenham Hotspur – Head-to-Head.
Regarding their historical duels the recent form between these two sides has seen Spurs with a greater number of wins. In the last 14 meetings, they have enjoyed 10 victories, to Brighton’s three wins. Additionally, Spurs are unbeaten in their ten of the last 13 games played against Brighton. The last time they played each other in this competition The Lilywhites secured a 0-1 away win.
Other standout players for Brighton are Leandro Trossard and Pascal Gross with five goals and three goals respectively and for Spurs are Harry Kane and Heung Min Son with seven goals both.