Tottenham – Brighton Predictions
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Tottenham 0-1 Brighton
Date: 16.04.2022 | Match at: 12:30 | League: ENGLAND: PREMIER LEAGUE – ROUND 33 | Tip: Under 3.5 Goals | Odds: 1.36 | Bookie: Unibet.
Tottenham – Brighton Preview
- The race for a top-four spot took another twist as Tottenham Hotspur completed a 4-0 rout of Aston Villa last weekend to make them favourites for the last Champions League place. Boss Antonio Conte has now taken the third-most points in the league behind Liverpool and Manchester City since his appointment after seeing his side score at least twice in seven consecutive Premier League (PL) games, a feat they’ve only once bettered back in 2011!
- After hitting 13 goals across their last three home games (W3), Spurs are in devastating form at present, as they look to score 3+ goals in four straight home league games for the first time since 2014. Brighton & Hove Albion might be the perfect opposition to achieve that feat, as Tottenham have scored at least twice in seven of the last eight home matches against their South Coast visitors.
- A 2-1 win over Spurs’ arch rivals Arsenal finally snapped a run of seven winless games for Brighton (D1, L6) and consolidated their mid-table position. After scoring twice as many goals in that game as they did across the prior seven, Brighton now seek to become the second-ever side to win consecutive PL games at Arsenal and Spurs after Hull completed the feat in 2008.
- That’s not out of the question either, as that result at the Emirates means that Graham Potter’s Brighton are one of just five PL sides who average more points on the road (1.47) than at home (0.94). Currently unbeaten in seven of their last nine PL road trips (W3, D4), Brighton have failed to score in just one of their 11 competitive away games since the start of December, as they look to avenge their 2-0 home loss in the reverse fixture.
- Players to watch: Spurs’ Heung-Min Son scored his second PL hat-trick last time out, but he may find it harder here after playing seven consecutive H2Hs without any goal contribution. Meanwhile, Leandro Trossard contributed to his fourth goal in three games for club & country last weekend (G2, A2) and now needs just one more goal to confirm his best scoring season for Brighton.
- Hot stat: Two thirds of Brighton’s away league goals were scored beyond the hour mark (12/18).