Saturday’s early kick-off in the Premier League sees an in-form Tottenham looking to consolidate their place in the top four when Brighton travels to the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
The hosts can make it five wins in a row in the league, with the good run of results seeing them jump into the top four and in the driving seat in terms of the race for Champions League football.
Brighton go into the weekend’s clash on the back of a huge win last time out, seeing off the other North London club away from home. The 2-1 win against Arsenal came out of the blue, being the Seagull’s only win in their last eight games – in which time Brighton have lost six of those.
The key to Spurs’ great form that has seen them take control of the race for the top four is undoubtedly the devastating front three of Heung Min-Son, Harry Kane, and Dejan Kulusevski.
The latter has been very impressive since his move from Juventus in January and got the second goal in Spurs’ 4-0 away win at Aston Villa last weekend, taking his tally to three goals and six assists in his 11 PL appearances so far.