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            Burnley

            Brighton & Hove Albion


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            draw

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            Both Teams To Score

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            Burnley

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            West Ham vs. Brighton Prediction, Tips & Stats

            Two sides fresh off the back of impressive wins over North London clubs meet at the London Stadium on Tuesday night as West Ham United face Brighton & Hove Albion.

            West Ham United currently sit 6th in the Premier League with ten wins, three draws and six losses from nineteen games this season.

            The Hammers are having a quite excellent campaign this season as they look to kick on from the exceptional ending to the previous campaign.

            It's quite rare that a club gains a landmark achievement, as West Ham did with their first-ever European trophy last time out, and then proceeds to improve the following season, but West Ham look as though they've done exactly that as they find themselves in the Premier League top six after topping their Europa League group.

            They're coming into this game in fantastic form having won four of their last five games in all competitions, the most recent of which was arguably their most impressive win of the season.

            West Ham made the short trip north to face 2nd place Arsenal at the Emirates in a game few expected them to take anything from. However, David Moyes' side delivered a defensive masterclass to claim a 2-0 win thanks to goals from Tomáš Souček and Konstantinos Mavropanos.

            The Hammers were clinical in taking their chances but the degree to which they limited Arsenal with their rigid, focussed defensive structure was admirable.

            Moyes' men are a serious outfit this season and have clearly spent the money earned by the Declan Rice sale wisely, with Edson Álvarez, James Ward-Prowse and in particular Mohammed Kudus proving excellent pieces of business.

            They have another tough game here against a well-matched opponent, but following their win in North London they'll be confident of beating anybody right now.

            Brighton & Hove Albion currently sit 8th in the Premier League with eight wins, six draws and five losses from nineteen games this season.

            It's been another impressive showing from Roberto De Zerbi's men who are going strong in both the Premier League and in Europe despite struggling with a huge injury list.

            Brighton are coming into this game in good form having lost only two of their last fourteen games in all competitions.

            Like their opponents, their latest outing saw them claim a big three points against North London opposition as they beat Tottenham Hotspur 4-2 at the Amex Stadium.

            Brighton were better than Spurs in almost every department and ended up taking a 4-0 lead through two João Pedro penalties and goals from Jack Hinshelwood and Pervis Estupiñán.

            It was a welcome three points for a Brighton side who came into the match three games without a win in the league, and they'll now be hoping they start to accumulate points at a faster pace as they start to welcome players back from injury.

            The Seagulls are still looking to reach their best level but, as previously mentioned, injuries to their squad have prevented that and the fact they're still in such a strong position speaks volumes of their competency as a side.

            They'll do well to win this one but a draw would no doubt be a good result.

            For our West Ham vs. Brighton prediction, we're going for a 2-2 draw.

            West Ham Team News

            The Hammers were dealt a blow at the Emirates with Lucas Paquetá leaving the field with a muscle injury, and he's now set for a spell on the sidelines and will be unavailable here.

            Along with Michail Antonio, Nayef Aguerd and Kurt Zouma are both doubtful for this game so Angelo Ogbonna and Konstantinos Mavropanos should continue at centre-back, while Saïd Benrahma is likely to come in for Paquetá.

            Brighton Team News

            Lewis Dunk is unavailable through suspension via an accumulation of yellow cards so the Seagulls have somewhat of a crisis in central defence, with Igor Julio likely to partner Jan Paul van Hecke at the heart of the defence with Adam Webster still out injured.

            Pervis Estupiñán will come back in at left-back from the beginning, while Kaoru Mitoma, Solly March, Simon Adingra, Tariq Lamptey, Julio Enciso, Ansu Fati and Joel Veltman all remain out injured.

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