Stadium: American Express Community (Brighton)
Referee: David Coote
Brighton face Wolverhampton at home in round 34 of the English Championship. The Seagulls approach the match with three defeats in their last four appearances. Wolves have made progress in an important stretch of the season and can exhale. Will the Wolves be able to take advantage of the crisis in the home side's positioning?Receive Your Welcome Bonus!
Brighton failed to make amends for an upset defeat to Manchester United in the FA Cup semi-final. A few days later, they could not perform well on the field of outsider Nottingham Forest. The Seagulls took the lead in the first half, but their defensive play left a lot to be desired. Brighton sits eighth in the English League table with 49 points.
Wolverhampton has only one defeat in their last four English league appearances. However, it is worth highlighting that the club failed to score against a weak side in a 1:2 defeat at the hands of Leicester City. In this period, the team was stronger than Chelsea (1:0), Brentford, and Crystal Palace (both with a score of 2:0). The progress lifted Wolverhampton to 13th place in the English league table (37 points).
Expert Betting Tips
Brighton has another tough match ahead of them. The home side have a good chance of qualifying for the European competitions. The club has a few games fewer than their direct rivals. Potentially, Brighton could end up in fifth place and even find themselves in a position to challenge both Newcastle United and Manchester City for the top four. However, the Seagulls are in a bit of a crisis in the crucial part of the season, with Wolverhampton coming in with good form. The corner statistics are worth a look here. We expect a lot of action and corner kicks in the first half. A draw is possible at Brighton Stadium.
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