North London outfit Arsenal make the trip away to face high-flyers Brighton and Hove Albion at the Amex Stadium in a Matchday Seven encounter in the Premier League. Brighton are currently in sixth place on the table, while Arsenal occupy tenth position - with four points separating the sides ahead of what is an unwelcome international break for both teams.
After four straight wins, the Red contingent of North London seem to have put their early season struggles behind them, but a stalemate against Brighton at the Amex Stadium last weekend was a reminder that they are not out of the woods just yet. With 10 points from a possible 21, Arsenal's next Premier league game will see them welcome Crystal Palace to the Emirates Stadium in what will be the 25th meeting between the two sides since 1992.
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Brighton will host Arsenal at the Amex Stadium in a Premier League matchday seven. The host will try to extend their four-game unbeaten streak, which has seen them defy expectations to sit in sixth place in the table. Arsenal's 3-1 win against city rivals Tottenham in the north London derby on Sunday was even more stunning.
Third meets fourth in the Premier League at the Amex Stadium on Saturday, as Brighton & Hove Albion host Manchester City on the South Coast. The Seagulls were held to a goalless stalemate by basement side Norwich City last time out, while the champions eased to a comprehensive 2-0 success over Burnley.
Mikel Arteta would be looking to make it a fifth win in five games as his side prepares to take on Brighton and Hove Albion at the Amex stadium. The Gunners are beginning to pick form as they continue their quest in the English premier league this season. The Gunners would be making a trip to the Amex Stadium this weekend to take on Brighton and Hove Albion for the ninth time in the Premier league since 1992.
Another Four games went down in the Premier League on Sunday as Matchday 14 in the competition continued. Brighton & Hove Albion got the games for the day up & running as they came from behind to salvage a 1-1 draw against Sheffield United right at the Amex Stadium. Danny Welbeck's goal in the last minute's of the game was enough to snatch a point for Brighton & Hove Albion at home. Tottenham Hotspur crumbled on their home ground as a well composed Leicester City put two goals past them to claim a well deserved
Brighton welcomed Liverpool in the Premier League on Saturday afternoon at Amex Stadium. It was an afternoon to remember at Amex Stadium as Brighton drew 1-1 with Liverpool. The game didn't exactly spark into life in the first half, as Brighton and Liverpool went into the break locked at 0-0. Brighton wasted a chance to get in front through a penalty as Neal Maupay sends the shot wide. Liverpool also had a chance to get in front as Mohamed Salah sends the ball into the net but his effort was ruled out by VAR
Another international break awaits Arsenal, though the story leading up to it couldn't be more different. It was much needed to regroup and refocus the last time out, but it is most unwelcome this time. Riding high on four wins in all competitions, including the North London Derby, confidence is high, and they don't want the referee's whistle to sound, much like a team battering their opponent in the first half.
Fans on social media has reacted to one Manchester United player display against Brighton on Wednesday night at Amex Stadium. Manchester United unlike Chelsea has advanced to the quarter Final of the Carabao cup after beating the south coast side by 3-0. Thanks to goals from McTominay, Mata, and Pogba. Ole decision to make ten changes to the lineup paid off as some fans are heaping praises on Eric Baily for his solid display on the night. Here is Baily Stats vs Brighton; 100% tackles won 91% pass accuracy
The last fixture of Matchday 25 in the Premier League went down yesterday as Crystal Palace fought hard to secure a narrow 2-1 win against Brighton & Hove Albion at the AMEX Stadium.
Manchester united would face Brighton and Hove Albion for the second time in three days. The last time both side met, it was Brighton who dominated the red devils, hitting the Woodwork five times. Ole Solskjaer would have learnt by now that no premier league team should be underrated. The EFL cup clash would take place at Amex Stadium, and Manchester united would be looking forward to qualifying for the next round in other to boost their morale. However, Here are the three Reasons Why Brighton Should be scared
The final premier league fixture of today saw Tottenham battle Brighton & Hove Albion at the AMEX Stadium. The Seagulls performed beyond expectation as they secured a well deserved 1-0 victory over Tottenham thanks to Trossard only goal in the 17th minute. Match Summary Brighton started the match on a bright note as Leandro Trossard's strike from a lovely Pascal Gross's cross to gave the Seagulls the 1-0 lead at the 17th minute of the game. It was indeed a wonderful team goal orchestrated by Brighton. Leandro
Anothers great fixture holds today in the English premier league as Brighton played against West Brom at Amex Stadium. Neal Maupay opened the scoring in the as he smashed the ball into the net but the goal was ruled out after because was flagged offside. Brighton took the lead in the 40th minute after after Lamptay's cross was cleared by Ivanovic then the rebound came back off Jake Livermore to score into his own net to make it 1-0. Brighton were electric in the first half. Karlan Grant levelled it for West
Manchester united had a disappointing performance against Brighton at Amex Stadium three days ago. Brighton where the better side and hit the Woodwork five times. If Manchester united are not careful, Brighton could qualify ahead of them tonight. Ole Solksjaer would have to make a major adjustment in his tactics and lineup that will face Brighton tonight. If Manchester united want to beat Brighton at Amex Stadium, this is what Solskjaer must do. First of all he should lineup a stronger squad and avoid resting
Manchester United are likely to make changes again when Brighton & Hove Albion provide the opposition for the second time in four days. The Reds won 3-2 at the Amex Stadium at the weekend but both teams are set to have a different look when the Carabao Cup fourth-round clash. This is how I would like to see Manchester United lineup tonight versus Brighton. Anthony Martial has looked a bit shaky in the first couple of games and it looks like a fitness issue more than anything else. Hence he has to play this game
OPINION: Man Utd To Knock Brighton Out Of Carabao Cup. Check Out Starting XI, Formations Of Both Clubs
Manchester United are struggling hard to pass through quarterfinals of the Carabao Cup (EFL) as they once again face Brighton today been Wednesday 30th September 2020. ManUtd vs Brighton: Looking the way Manchester United won against Brighton on Saturday 26th September 2020, from my opinion, Manchester United will also face Brighton again at the Amex Stadium in the fourth of the Carabao Cup. Brighton Possible Starting XI and Formation: I expect Brighton's coach Potter to use a to 4-2-3-1 formation although
Manchester United will playing Brighton and Hoves at Amex Stadium for the second time in a roll but this time it's in the Carabao Cup round of 16 match. Back in their recent League match, The Manchester Red won by 3-2 when Bruno Fernandes scored a last minute controversial Penalty. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has hinted that he would be rotating his squad again due to the complexity of the season. "I think teams are making changes. You can see teams have a cup team and a league team and we’ll make changes. It’ll
The Premier League Matchday 10 continued on Saturday as four games went down in England. Liverpool kicked off the games for the day as they were held to a disappointing 1-1 draw by Brighton & Hove Albion at the AMEX Stadium. A huge VAR controversy denied the red's the chance of winning the game as the seagulls snatched a point through a last minute penalty. Manchester City returned to winning ways as they thrashed Burnley 5-0 at the Etihad Stadium to extend their position on the Premier League table. Leeds United
Manchester United travel to face Brighton at the Amex Stadium for the second time in four days. Coming from a goal down to beat Brighton in the English Premier League game week three, Manchester United will be hoping to come on tops again when they lock horns tonight at the Amex Stadium. Manchester United were very luck at the Amex Stadium last time out as the winning goal was scored in the 100th minute from the penalty spot by Bruno Fernandes, after Neal Maupay who had already been involved in a penalty situation