Brighton vs Spurs

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Under new manager Potter, Brighton had a pretty impressive start at the beginning of the season. However, this team quickly sensed the harshness of the Premier League, especially for a team whose squad quality was not as high as Brighton. In addition to winning against Watford on the day of his debut, Brighton only had 3 draws and 3 losses in the remaining 6 rounds. Passive, disjointed gameplay, and being caught with cards, The Seagulls could not have won any more.

Even at home, the situation with Brighton is not better. They even let rookie Aston Villa beat 3-1 at Amex Stadium. Having played the last 5 matches in all competitions, Brighton does not know the smell of victory. With a gloomy face, they only had 6 points and ranked 7th in the Premier League rankings now. Meanwhile, on the other side of the goal, Tottenham have 5 points more than Brighton and ranked 6th on the table. Their goal is to continue winning points to squeeze into the top 4 strongest teams.

Midweek, Tottenham experienced unimaginable shock when Bayern Munich defeated with a score of 2-7 in the Champions League group stage. Although Son Heung-min and Harry Kane scored together, it was not enough for the Rooster to escape the defeat. From there, not many people dare to think that Tottenham will be able to advance to the Champions League final. The defeat against the German representative is also the 3rd defeat in just the last 4 appearances of Tottenham.

As such, both Brighton and Tottenham are in a downturn, playing poorly. However, Tottenham is still the team that is more appreciated for the ability to win in this confrontation even if it is a guest. Despite being undeniably disappointing in the hands of coach Mauricio Pochettino is still a uniform and class player. Moreover, they also dominated in the history of facing Brighton when unbeaten in the last 6 times the two teams met, including up to 5 victories. It is entirely expected that the Rooster will do well in this match to regain his sense of winning.