Premier League | Brighton VS Sheffield United; Sunday, 12 November at 22:00 GMT +8
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Brighton started their Premier League season with five wins in six games, including key victories against Newcastle United and Manchester United. However, their form has deteriorated in recent weeks, with Roberto De Zerbi’s team having no win since beating Bournemouth on Matchday 5. With Sheffield United coming to town, Brighton fans hope this run can finally end.
Sheffield United’s return to the English Premier League has not brought joy to their fans, as they faced Wolves last weekend, who were underdogs. However, an injury-time penalty by Oliver Norwood secured their first win of the season.
Brighton are a formidable force in the Premier League, with only Man City, Newcastle, and Aston Villa having scored more league goals this season. However, they need to improve their defence, as they haven’t kept a clean sheet in any Premier League game this season. Sheffield United, with the worst away record, rarely go scoreless, with only two of their five away games being scoreless. Both teams scored in three of those games.
Brighton will be without Jakub Moder, James Milner, Solly March, and Julio Enciso due to injury this weekend. Danny Welbeck and Tariq Lamptey are close to returning from their injuries, but Sunday’s game may be too soon. Ansu Fati, a Barcelona loanee, could start after scoring against Ajax last time out.
Sheffield United’s head coach, Paul Heckingbottom, will be without Rhian Brewster due to an injury sustained in last weekend’s Wolves win. The Blades also have concerns for John Egan, Anel Ahmedhodzic, and Chris Basham, all of whom are injured before their trip to Brighton.
Goalkeeper: Bart Verbruggen
Defenders: Pascal Groß, Lewis Dunk, Jan Paul van Hecke, Joël Veltman
Midfielders: James Milner, Ansu Fati, Adam Lallana
Forwards: Kaoru Mitoma, João Pedro, Simon Adingra
Goalkeeper: Wes Foderingham
Defenders: George Baldock, Auston Trusty, Jack Robinson
Midfielders: Jayden Bogle, Vinícius Souza, Oliver Norwood, Luke Thomas
Forwards: James McAtee, Gustavo Hamer, Cameron Archer
Brighton VS Sheffield (Last 6 matches)
- Brighton – 0 win
- Sheffield – 4 wins
- Draws – 2
Over all competition record
Premier League Stats
Brighton & Hove Albion are expected to create numerous chances, while Sheffield United may struggle to score, leading to a comfortable 3-1 victory.
Winning probability: Brighton – 77% , Draw – 14% , Sheffield – 9%
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