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      • (79') A. Mac Allister
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      • (1') A. Doucouré
      • (29') A. Doucouré
      • (35') J. Steele (OG)
      • (76') D. McNeil
      • (96') D. McNeil
      • (21') L. Dunk
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      • (18') Y. Mina
      • (25') I. Gueye
      • (48') D. Calvert-Lewin
      • (56') A. Doucouré
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          Burnley

          Brighton & Hove Albion


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          draw

          40%

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          Both Teams To Score

          Burnley

          Brighton & Hove Albion


          80%

          Bur

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          20%

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          Over 2.5 Goals

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          Brighton & Hove Albion


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          40%

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          Brighton vs Everton Prediction, Tips & Stats

          Brighton & Hove Albion are getting closer to the Europa League after a last-second steal of all three points against Manchester United on Thursday as Everton head to the AMEX still deep in the relegation zone this Monday night.

          Everton are still in the bottom three and are staring in the face of the Championship and sitting just one point behind Leeds United in 17th with four games left to play. The club lost to Newcastle United last Thursday and drew 2-2 with Leicester City on Monday night and Sean Dyche failed to capitalise on the his side's best chance yet to get out of the bottom three.

          Everton have now failed to win a game since beating Brentford at the start of March. Against Leicester, the two played out a fantastic game and the Toffees took the lead through a Dominic Calvert-Lewin penalty before the Foxes took a 2-1 lead. Alex Iwobi would go on to equalise in the second half with Dyche's men remaining behind them by one point now.

          As for Brighton, they netted a penalty in the 99th minute against United on Thursday to move closer to the Europa League than they have been all season long. Alexis Mac Allister scored from the spot and the game ended thereafter.

          The Seagulls are now within just four points of Liverpool in fifth and they also have two games in hand to play with. Brighton now have a chance to get a Europa League spot in their own hands this season after also hammering Wolverhampton Wanderers 6-0 last weekend at the AMEX.

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          Brighton team news

          Brighton have a few injuries to deal with ahead of this one still, but it hasn't changed much on the pitch.

          They will see Pascal Gross and Evan Ferguson face late fitness tests with those two missing the last few games and it seems they may be fit. Joel Veltman is close to a return, as is Adam Lallana, however, the two are unlikely to feature in this one.

          Jakub Moder and Jeremy Sarmiento are both still out.

          Everton team news

          Andros Townsend is getting closer to returning after a long period out, but he won't play again this season and likely return in preseason.

          Ruben Vinagre is still out as well, just as Dele Alli continues to battle back to full fitness since returning from Besiktas on loan.

          Ben Godfrey won't play again this season it seems, but there is a slight positive with Seamus Coleman, as has avoided an ACL injury but is still set to be out for some time.

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