Fulham vs Brighton Preview & Prediction | 2022-23 English Premier League
When is Fulham vs Brighton on and what time does it start? Fulham vs Brighton will take place on Tuesday 30th August, 2022 – 19:30 (UK)
Where is Fulham vs Brighton taking place? Fulham vs Brighton will take place at Craven Cottage in London, England
Where can I get tickets for Fulham vs Brighton? Visit each club’s official website for the latest ticket information
What TV channel is Fulham vs Brighton on in the UK? Fulham vs Brighton will be televised live on BT Sport
Where can I stream Fulham vs Brighton in the UK? BT Sport subscribers can stream Fulham vs Brighton live via the BT Sport Player & app
- Fulham suffered their first league defeat of the season on Saturday as Arsenal came from behind to win at the Emirates, but the Cottagers once again put in a strong display that highlighted their competitiveness in the division.
- Neeskens Kebano was handed a start after injury on the left wing against the Gunners but Marco Silva might be cautious with the Congolese international here, with several other attacking options at this disposal.
- It was another excellent defensive display from Brighton over the weekend as their 1-0 victory over Leeds leaves them on ten points after four games, with only Arsenal boasting a better total at this stage.
- Joel Veltman is a doubt after being withdrawn against Leeds with neck stiffness, while Adam Lallana is not expected to return until after the international break.
THE TEAM NEWS
PREDICTED XI (4-2-3-1): Leno; Tete, Adarabioyo, Ream, Robinson; Reed, Palhinha; Stansfield, Andreas Pereira, Decordova-Reid; Mitrovic
UNAVAILABLE: Wilson (Injured), Solomon (Injured)
PREDICTED XI (4-4-1-1): Sanchez; Lamptey, Webster, Dunk, Estupinan; March, Mac Allister, Caicedo, Trossard; Gross; Welbeck
UNAVAILABLE: Moder (Injured), Sarmiento (Injured), Lallana (Injured)
QUESTIONABLE: Veltman (Injured)
Graham Potter will be absolutely delighted with his side’s unbeaten start to the season with his team operating exceptionally well as a unit right now. Robert Sanchez has conceded just one goal so far while Pascal Gross is enjoying a rich vein of form at the other end of the pitch, and Potter will hope those standards can be maintained as they travel to Craven Cottage. Fulham, who have also enjoyed a positive start, can count themselves somewhat unlucky that they came away from Arsenal with nothing on Saturday, in a match where Aleksandar Mitrovic once again demonstrated his ability to perform in the Premier League. Given Brighton’s defensive stability though, this could well be a low scoring game with under 2.5 goals the tip.
TIP: UNDER 2.5 GOALS