Brighton & Hove Albion v Everton: match preview

first_imgTopics Share on LinkedIn Read more Kick-off Sunday 1.30pm Venue Amex StadiumLast season n/aReferee Michael OliverThis season G6, Y21, R2, 3.83 cards per gameOdds H 12-5 A 6-4 D 23-10Brighton & Hove AlbionSubs from Krul, Maenpaa, Hünemaier, Rosenior, Schelotto, Goldson, Suttner, Skalak, Murphy, Knockaert, MurrayDoubtful NoneInjured Baldock (calf, 22 Oct), Kayal (leg, 22 Oct), Sidwell (back, 25 Nov)Suspended Hemed (second of three)Form LDWLWLDiscipline Y7 R0Leading scorers Gross, Hemed 2EvertonSubs from Stekelenburg, Robles, Williams, Mirallas, Martina, Lennon, Lookman, Kenny, Klaassen, Besic, Vlasic, Niasse, McCarthyDoubtful NoneInjured Barkley (hamstring), Bolasie (knee), Coleman (leg, all Dec), Funes Mori (knee, Mar)Suspended NoneForm DLLLWLDiscipline Y14 R1Leading scorers Niasse, Rooney 2 Share on WhatsApp Brighton & Hove Albion news Match previews Share on Pinterest Evertoncenter_img Premier League Share via Email Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Share on Messenger Brighton sense a chance to make headway over the next month with West Ham United, Southampton and Swansea City their opponents after the visit of vulnerable Everton. Then again international breaks can sometimes provide timely punctuation and Ronald Koeman will hope his team come out refreshed after taking stock of a deeply unimpressive and troubling September. The television audience in India, who are the beneficiaries of this game’s switch to 1.30pm on Sunday, will doubtless be hoping for a rousing contest too. Everton’s travelling fans would be forgiven for focusing their attention on this latest demonstration of the Premier League’s priorities. Nick Ames The Fiver: the Guardian’s take on the world of football Reuse this contentlast_img

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