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After suffering five straight defeats in the Premier League, Brighton’s season is in something of a tailspin and although they are unlikely to be dragged into the relegation battle, this is not how manager Graham Potter planned for the campaign to end.
While Tottenham will wish that the season simply does end and with another win being followed by another defeat at the weekend, the Spurs rollercoaster is one that is currently working its way towards another decline.
By the laws of Tottenham’s last few weeks, a defeat in either league or cup is then followed up with a win in the Premier League and after being edged out by Manchester United on Saturday, they will look to return the Spurs rollercoaster to its highest heights.
Which will be bad news for Brighton, as they are looking to avoid a sixth successive defeat in the Premier League and when looking at the biggest and best bookmakers online, I’ve managed to find this tempting bet.
WIth their being under 2.5 total goals in 15 of Brighton’s last 18 league matches, I reckon this will be the case on Wednesday. Add a Tottenham win into the mix as well and you can get odds of 15/4 (888sport)
When you look at teams that have gone off the boil as of late, then Brighton are arguably the coldest outfit of all right now and with such a wretched of results being collected at present, their season has all but come to an end.
Of course, their aim is still to finish as high up the table as possible and still also make sure that they earn enough points to keep themselves in the Premier League - something that they should have already managed by now.
Unfortunately for Brighton, they have been outclassed in each of their last five Premier League outings and with a number of teams eyeing up a top-ten finish, the task has now also become far more difficult for the Seagulls.
Difficult, but not necessarily impossible and if Graham Potter’s men can pick up a win in midweek, it would catapult them right back into the mix and suddenly, moving out of the bottom half becomes a distinct possibility.
Then again, this is a team that had designs on securing European football next season and with positive results passing them by as of late, it means a trip to the continent has been delayed by at least another year.
In terms of injuries and suspensions for the visit of Tottenham, Brighton manager Graham Potter is able to welcome back Enock Mwepu after a long-term absence. However, his place on the treatment table has been taken by Adam Lallana and the former England international is joined by Adam Webster and Tudor Baluta on the sidelines.
If it is frustrating being a Tottenham supporter at present, it must be infuriating for manager Antonio Conte. No sooner does his unit of players march to an impressive victory, do they then fail to build on it the week after.
After thrashing Everton by five goals to nil at the start of the last week, the hope, if not the expectation, was that Tottenham would then earn themselves a statement result against Manchester United.
A statement that they failed to make and although some will point to a more positive display in defeat, it is a defeat all the same and one that has seriously derailed their bid to return to the Champions League next season.
A bid that looks all but finished and although it is never over until it is truly over, Tottenham’s inability to string two wins together, is the one act which is keeping them out of the Premier League top-four at present.
Which means Tottenham may well have to settle for a top-six finish at best and when you consider that they start this midweek schedule lying in 8th, even such a lesser standing is no longer a given.
In terms of injuries and suspensions for the trip to Brighton, there are still a couple of doubts for manager Antonio Conte to deal with and it looks as if the duo of Japhet Tanganga and Oliver Skipp will miss out once again.
When it comes to the history between Brighton and Tottenham, it is Tottenham who have the most success. However, they have also suffered recent defeat at The AMEX and this is something that Antonio Conte’s men will be looking to avoid in midweek.
In terms of their overall head-to-head record, Brighton have won on 8 occasions, Tottenham 17 and there have been 8 draws
With The AMEX being constructed in 2011, it meant Brighton’s wait for a new home had finally come to an end and with Premier League football being delivered to the club a few years later, the team now matches the quality of the stadium itself.
With COVID-19 restrictions being lifted in England, it means there is no longer the need to show a Vaccine Passport before attending the ground. Which means, match tickets are the only item that is required to be produced at the time of writing.
When looking at the Premier League odds for a top-ten finish, Brighton’s will have lengthened after another loss at the weekend and if it becomes six defeats in a row, it may be time to focus on other teams instead.
While the same could be said for Tottenham in the top-six market and if they fail to get the better of Brighton on Wednesday, it will only cause even more recent anguish for the North London outfit.