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          Match Result

          Brighton & Hove Albion

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          draw

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          Both Teams To Score

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          Tottenham vs. Brighton Prediction, Tips & Stats

          A potentially excellent game of football takes place in North London this weekend as two slick footballing sides lock horns with Tottenham Hotspur facing Brighton & Hove Albion.

          Tottenham Hotspur currently sit 5th in the Premier League with thirteen wins, five draws and five losses from twenty-three games this season.

          Ange Postecoglou's side have been both entertaining and effective this season and are looking a good bet for a top-four finish, providing they can keep their injury troubles at bay.

          They're coming into this game in mixed form, with the North London club having won two, drawn two and lost one of their last five games, the most of recent of which was a 2-2 draw away at Everton.

          A Richarlison brace secured what was a decent point in the end for Spurs, who despite conceding an injury-time equaliser were second-best to the Toffees on balance and struggled to match Everton's physicality and intensity.

          Their form on home soil has still been very strong in recent weeks, with Postecoglou's men having won all of their last four games on the bounce at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.

          Spurs were beaten comfortably at Brighton in late December when they fell to a comfortable 4-2 defeat, so they'll firmly be looking for revenge now as they rematch the South Coast side with a much healthier squad.

          Brighton & Hove Albion currently sit 6th in the Premier League with nine wins, eight draws and six losses from twenty-three games this season.

          The Seagulls are having another strong campaign under Roberto De Zerbi even though injuries have hampered them extensively.

          Their form hasn't been brilliant over the winter period as they come into this one having won two, drawn two and lost one of their last five games in the league.

          Their latest outing saw them hammer rivals Crystal Palace 4-1 thanks to goals from Lewis Dunk, Jack Hinshelwood, Facundo Buonanotte and João Pedro.

          The win was sorely needed given De Zerbi's men were battered 4-0 away at Luton Town in their prior game, so that win no doubt exorcised any bad feeling left over from that loss.

          They have, though, really struggled away from home this season as they come into this one winless in their last five league games on the road so they'll do well to avoid defeat in this one.

          They've also scored just one goal in their last four league games away from home so despite having a solid recent head-to-head record against Spurs a home win feels fairly likely here.

          For our Tottenham vs. Brighton prediction, we're going for a 3-1 win for the home side.

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          Tottenham Team News

          Spurs should welcome back two huge players with Son Heung-min and Yves Bissouma both likely to be available for this game after their respective nations were knocked out of the two ongoing international tournaments.

          Both players should come into the starting XI here, with either Timo Werner or Brennan Johnson likely to drop out for Son while Bissouma will likely usurp Pierre-Emile Højbjerg in midfield.

          Ryan Sessegnon and Giovani Lo Celso are both out with injury for this one.

          Brighton Team News

          Brighton's squad is beginning to strengthen following a myriad of absentee issues with Kaoru Mitoma set to return to the matchday squad after Japan were eliminated from the Asian Cup, a boost that follows Ansu Fati's return from injury against Crystal Palace last weekend.

          Simon Adingra is still away with Côte D'Ivoire at the Africa Cup of Nations and won't be available here, while Julio Enciso, Joel Veltman and Solly March are all out injured.

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