February 23, 2024 3:00 PM
Alex Lawes

Brighton vs Everton Preview & Prediction | 2023-24 English Premier League

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When is Brighton vs Everton on and what time does it start? Brighton vs Everton will take place on Saturday 24th February, 2024 – 15:00 (UK)

Where can I get tickets for Brighton vs Everton? Visit each club’s official website for the latest ticket information

What TV channel is Brighton vs Everton on in the UK? Television rights for the Premier League in the UK are shared between Sky Sports, TNT Sports and Amazon Prime so it is worth checking their schedules for Brighton vs Everton

Where can I stream Brighton vs Everton in the UK? If Brighton vs Everton is televised, then it can be streamed on either Sky Go, discovery+ or Amazon Prime Video depending on who is broadcasting the match



Roberto De Zerbi’s Brighton and Hove Albion have coped well with the balance between Premier League, FA Cup and UEFA Europa League football this season with The Seagulls flying high in the top-half but they have perhaps lacked a little consistency. Despite that lack of consistency, they moved into the top seven and the European spots last weekend with a thumping of Sheffield United.

Following on from Mason Holgate’s early red card for a horror tackle on Kaoru Mitoma, Brighton ran riot at Bramall Lane, scoring five goals in that part of South Yorkshire for the second time in four weeks. Facundo Buonanotte opened the scoring before Danny Welbeck scored a second then a Jack Robinson own goal was followed by a brace by Simon Adingra.


With suggestions there could be yet another points deduction coming to Everton this season, there is a real possibility that The Toffees do finally go down this season after avoiding relegation on the penultimate day of the campaign in 2022 and then on the final day in 2023. Sean Dyche is not a man under pressure for his job but they are trending in the wrong direction.

They come into this one on the back of rescuing a point against Crystal Palace at Goodison Park on Monday evening with a late Amadou Onana equaliser. Everton have won just one of their last 12 matches across all competitions with that one win coming with an Andre Gomes free-kick as they defeated Palace by a goal to nil in an FA Cup fourth round replay last month.



It has been revealed that Kaoru Mitoma is a big doubt for this fixture with a back complaint, so Ansu Fati - on the periphery of the first team of late - could be handed another opportunity on the left-wing.

Julio Enciso is set for a bench spot after overcoming his long-term knee injury, and he could well see some minutes.

PREDICTED XI (4-2-3-1): Verbruggen; Lamptey, Van Hecke, Dunk, Estupinan; Gross, Gilmour; Adingra, Buonanotte, Fati; Welbeck

UNAVAILABLE: Milner (Injured), Hinshelwood (Injured), March (Injured), Joao Pedro (Injured)

QUESTIONABLE: Mitoma (Injured)


Sean Dyche has confirmed that Vitaly Mykolenko has sustained a 'knock' but the former Burnley boss is hopeful that the Ukrainian will be involved for the trip down to the south coast this weekend.

Seamus Coleman returned to training on Thursday evening having been ill earlier on in the week. Dyche said that Arnaut Danjuma and Andre Gomes are 'working very hard to get fit'.

PREDICTED XI (4-5-1): Pickford; Coleman, Tarkowski, Branthwaite, Mykolenko; McNeil, Doucoure, Gueye, Garner, Young; Calvert-Lewin

UNAVAILABLE: Alli (Injured), Danjuma (Injured)

QUESTIONABLE: Coleman (Illness), Mykolenko (Injured), Gomes (Injured)


Brighton and Hove Albion have shown that, at times, they can put almost anyone to the sword. However, this game last season saw The Seagulls taken a part by a clinical and efficient Everton side that ended up being the victory that pretty much ensured Everton would go on to survive in the top-flight at the AMEX Stadium. Given that Brighton have shown a lot of inconsistency this year, a double chance bet in favour of the visitors, who will be stubborn, could represent good value on Saturday.


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