Brighton-Tottenham |Confirmed lineups and live commentary

17 April

Tottenham are set to take on Brighton today as this should be a fund game to watch.

MATCH PREVIEW:

– Brighton won their last home league match against Spurs, though it was back in April 1983 (2-1).
In all competitions, Spurs have won each of their last three meetings with Brighton, scoring exactly twice each time.
– Tottenham have won seven of their last 10 Premier League games played on a Tuesday (D1 L2).
– The Lilywhites are unbeaten in their last 34 Premier League games against newly promoted opposition, winning the last 16 in a row. Only Chelsea have ever had a longer unbeaten run against promoted sides in the competition (63, between 2001 and 2011).
– Three of Brighton’s four home defeats this season have been in games against ‘big six’ opposition.
– Should Tottenham win here, it will be the 12th different ground at which they’ve won a Premier League game this season – more than in any other campaign in the competition (also 11 in 2012-13 and 2013-14).
– Mauricio Pochettino’s side have won 33 points on the road in the Premier League this season (W10 D3 L4) – only league-leaders Man City have earned more.
– Since the start of 2014-15, Harry Kane has scored 22 goals in 20 games against newly promoted sides. He’s also scored a hat-trick against one of them in each of the previous three seasons (Leicester in 2014-15, Bournemouth in 2015-16 and Hull in 2016-17).
– Glenn Murray hasn’t scored in his last two home Premier League games – he last went three without a goal at the Amex in the top-flight in his first three appearances there this season.
– Christian Eriksen has scored five goals and provided three assists in his last six away games for Tottenham in all competitions.

LIVE COMMENTARY:

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Brighton And Hove Albion

  • 1Photo of Mat RyanMat RyanGoalkeeper
  • 2Photo of BrunoBruno
  • 5Photo of Lewis DunkLewis Dunk
  • 3Photo of Gaëtan BongGaëtan Bong
  • 22Photo of Shane DuffyShane Duffy
  • 6Photo of Dale StephensDale Stephens
  • 13Photo of Pascal GroßPascal Groß
  • 7Photo of Beram KayalBeram Kayal
  • 17Photo of Glenn MurrayGlenn Murray
  • 11Photo of Anthony KnockaertAnthony Knockaert
  • 19Photo of José IzquierdoJosé Izquierdo

Substitutes

  • 20Photo of Solly MarchSolly March
  • 21Photo of Ezequiel SchelottoEzequiel Schelotto
  • 26Photo of Tim KrulTim Krul
  • 9Photo of Sam BaldockSam Baldock
  • 25Photo of Jürgen LocadiaJürgen Locadia
  • 16Photo of Leonardo UlloaLeonardo Ulloa
  • 18Photo of Connor GoldsonConnor Goldson
Coach
 Chris Hughton

Tottenham Hotspur

  • 1Photo of Hugo LlorisHugo LlorisGoalkeeper
  • 24Photo of Serge AurierSerge Aurier
  • 33Photo of Ben DaviesBen Davies
  • 5Photo of Jan VertonghenJan Vertonghen
  • 4Photo of Toby AlderweireldToby Alderweireld
  • 23Photo of Christian EriksenChristian Eriksen
  • 7Photo of Son Heung-MinSon Heung-Min
  • 27Photo of Lucas MouraLucas Moura
  • 17Photo of Moussa SissokoMoussa Sissoko
  • 12Photo of Victor WanyamaVictor Wanyama
  • 10Photo of Harry KaneHarry Kane

Substitutes

  • 11Photo of Erik LamelaErik Lamela
  • 2Photo of Kieran TrippierKieran Trippier
  • 15Photo of Eric DierEric Dier
  • 18Photo of Fernando LlorenteFernando Llorente
  • 21Photo of Juan FoythJuan Foyth
  • 19Photo of Mousa DembéléMousa Dembélé
  • 13Photo of Michel VormMichel Vorm
Coach
 Mauricio Pochettino

Commentary

  •  lineupLineups are announced and players are warming up.

Commentary

  •  lineupLineups are announced and players are warming up.
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