Brighton and Hove Albion face Leicester City in game week 6 of season 22/23 of the Premier League. Here we have how to watch, team news, head to head, odds, predictions and everything you need to know about the match.
Brighton started the season tremendously under Graham Potter. They are currently fourth after five games with ten fantastic points. Champions League push for the seagulls? Just kidding: it’s too early to tell.
The same cannot be said for Leicester City, which are currently at the bottom of the Premier League standings which have built up enormous pressure on Brendan Rodgers.
With that in mind for both teams, a win for both teams could be crucial so this should be a great match. Here’s everything you need to know about the match between Brighton and Leicester.
Read more: Premier League 22/23 Game week 6: Schedule, predictions, odds, table and everything you need to know
Date & time
Brighton vs Leicester will take place on Sunday 4th September 2022 at the Amex stadium. The game will start at 14:00 UK time / BST.
How to watch
Football fans in England will be delighted to know that Brighton vs Leicester will be broadcast live on Sky Sports Main Event.
If you want to stream the Premier League match, you can do so via the Sky Sports streaming service or your own NOW TV subscription. A day pass is available for £ 9.99.
You need an account or day pass to access live streaming, so make sure you have everything you need before kickoff.
Adam Lallana and Jakub Moder are two names on the injury list for the Potter team, but the good news is 20-year-old Jeremy Sarmiento is slowly returning to full form and is vying to make an appearance in this one.
New recruit Billy Gilmour He could also make his debut with the Seagulls, which, however, will most likely be introduced from the bench.
Leicester also has a new recruit in the form of Wout Faes, who could definitely be around right from the start. The addition of him will mean that Wilfred Ndidi will be able to return to midfield, where he usually operates.
The Foxes have two injury problems in the form of Ryan Bertrand And Ricardo Pereira. Both full backs are still in the medical room at the moment.
Brighton planned XI: Sanchez; Veltman, Dunk, Webster; March, Caicedo, Gross, Estupinan; Trossard, Mac Allister; Welbeck
Leicester City Expected XI: Department; Justin, Faes, Evans, Chestnuts; Ndidi, Tielemans, Dewsbury-Hall; Maddison, Barnes; Daka
Head to head
This next match will be the 18th in recent times between the two teams. Brighton have won 4 and Leicester 9. There have been 5 draws between the two teams.
Last three matches in all competitions:
- 23 January 2022: Leicester 1 – 1 Brighton
- October 27, 2021: Leicester 2-2 Brighton
- 19 September 2021: Brighton 2 – 1 Leicester
The betting markets have Brighton as their favorite.
- Brighton To Win: 5/6
- Draw: 5/2
- Leicester To Win: 7/2
A shock defeat against Fulham may have worsened the Gull’s mood by mid-week, but we think they have another firepower to win over a lackluster Leicester team.
Prediction: Brighton 2 – 1 Leicester
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