Brighton & Hove Albion To Battle West Ham United in Return Fixture
This time West Ham United make the journey to the Amex Stadium to face Brighton & Hove Albion, where they will endeavour to take points from the home team.
The Hammers to face tenth Brighton on Sunday at the Amex Stadium, with David Moyes’ squad currently occupying seventh place in the League.
With the Premier League season well into its stride, Brighton & Hove Albion have managed to gain 48 points
Brighton come to this game on the back of a 1-1 away draw against Leeds United at Elland Road.
Also, Graham Potter’s Brighton have lost seven of their last 14 meetings this season. With 48 points, they currently sit tenth in the League. The breakdown for the team’s record is 11 wins, 11 losses and 15 draws having won 11 fixtures, drawn 15 games, and lost 11 meetings.
Playing at home, Brighton have won four matches, drawn seven fixtures, and lost seven games.
Brighton & Hove Albion will have 51 points if they manage to secure a victory.
Brighton’s squad has depth, but even so, Graham Potter is likely to be missing two of they key players when they start Sunday’s game.
West Ham United arrive at this fixture, having secured 56 points so far this season
The Hammers’s recent run of poor form will be worrying for manager David Moyes, with a 2-2 draw to Manchester City in their last fixture, which followed a defeat to Norwich City. The Irons will be fired up for this next match, but mustn’t throw caution to the wind.
Also, The Hammers need to get out of the losing habit, with five recorded in the last 10 fixtures. With a seventh position in the league and 16 wins, 13 losses and 8 draws, they currently have 56 points in the League having won 16 fixtures, drawn eight games, and lost 13 games.
The Hammers’ away record is remarkable and poses a significant threat to Brighton. In the 18 games they’ve played on the road this season, they have so far won seven matches, drawn three meetings, and lost eight fixtures.
Winning this fixture will see West Ham United on 59 points.
Good Attacking Performance
The Hammers will be pleased to have a good goal scoring record so far this season (59). Their stand out attacking players have been Jarrod Bowen (7), Said Benrahma (3), and Pablo Fornals (2). The Hammers have conceded 48 goals.
Injury and illness have depleted David Moyes’s The Hammers and they will likely be missing two key personnel for Sunday’s match.
Brighton & Hove Albion v West Ham United – Head-to-Heads.
Regarding their historical duels these two clubs have already faced each other 14 times with the result being four wins and seven draws for Brighton. In addition, the two teams have drawn seven of the last 14 meetings played between them. The last time both teams met in this competition was December 2021 and the score line ended up with a 1-1 draw.
Players to watch
For Brighton, Leandro Trossard, one of their best scorers, has nettedfour goals in 37 League fixtures this campaign, while Jarrod Bowen contributed withseven goals in 37 League matches so far for The Hammers.
Other players of note for Brighton are Danny Welbeck and Adam Webster with three goals and two goals respectively and for The Hammers are Jarrod Bowen and Said Benrahma with seven goals each.