Brighton vs Leeds United

Player statistic

1st half
    8' Yellow card Pascal Struijk
    34' Yellow card Marc Roca
    37' Yellow card Brenden Aaronson
2nd half
Pascal Groß
(Assist: Leandro Trossard)
Goal 66'    
Adam Webster Yellow card 81'    
Alexis Mac Allister Yellow card 87'    

Match statistic

43
Possession
57
13
Total shots
10
4
Shots on target
2
8
Shots off target
3
1
Blocked shots
5
5
Corners
3
2
Offsides
1
10
Fouls
14

Both Brighton and Leeds will be looking to build on their promising start to new Premier League campaign when they face off at the AMEX Stadium in their Matchday four tie on Saturday. Brighton had an impressive campaign last season finishing in the top half of the table, which was their highest ever finish in the Premier League. They seem to have picked up where they left off last season as they remain unbeaten after three matches into the campaign, and have already won at Old Trafford and London Stadium this season. They claimed a 2-0 victory over West Ham last time out, with Alexis MacAllister and Leandro Trossard getting on the scoresheet in match that the Seagulls were pretty comfortable. They warmed up for the Leeds’ Saturday visit with another victory as they triumphed 3-0 victory over Lower League side Forest Green Rovers in the League Cup. They will look to keep the momentum going as they eye their first home victory this season, having drawn 0-0 with Newcastle United in their only fixture at the Amex Stadium so far. They should be confident having not lost to Leeds in their last eight encounters at home. Leeds barely survived relegation last season, escaping on the final day. They have however looked a different side at the start of the new campaign as they gone unbeaten in their opening three matches, claiming two victories and draw in the process. They stunned Chelsea 3-0 at home in their previous league encounter, putting in an impressive performance and goals from Brendan Aaronson, Rodrigo and Jack Harrison sealing the win. The victory was a statement of intent for Leeds who will look to avoid their last season’s embarrassments. Goals are clearly not a problem for Leeds United this season as they travel to Brighton off the back of a 3-1 victory over Barnsley in a midweek in a League Cup tie, and will look to keep them coming this weekend. However, Brighton have proved to be a tough nut to crack recently and Leeds will need to bring more than their A-game to get away with something on Saturday.

Brighton vs Leeds head to head

Both sides have met in 26 encounters since 2004 with Brighton claiming 12 victories, while Leeds have claimed six victories and there have been eight draws.
  • Leeds 1-1 Brighton 15/05/22
  • Brighton 0-0 Leeds 27/11/21
  • Brighton 2-0 Leeds 01/05/21
  • Leeds 0-1 Brighton 16/01/21
  • Leeds 2-0 Brighton 18/03/17
Home
  • Forest Green 0-3 Brighton
  • West Ham 0-2 Brighton
  • Brighton 0-0 Newcastle
  • Man United 1-2 Brighton
  • Brighton 5-1 Espanyol
Away
  • Leeds 3-1 Barnsley
  • Leeds 3-0 Chelsea
  • Southampton 2-2 Leeds
  • Leeds 2-1 Wolves
  • Leeds 6-2 Cagliari

Brighton team news

Brighton will be without Jakub Moder due to injury.

Leeds team news

Leeds will be without Stuart Dallas, Luke Ayling and Junior Firpo due to injuries, while Liam Cooper and Patrick Bamford are doubts.

Prediction and odds

  • Draw
  • Both sides to score
  • Goals over 1.5

Brighton
Leeds United

Starting lineups

1
Goalkeeper
4
Defender
34
Defender
70'
5
Defender
79'
10
Midfielder
25
Midfielder
13
Midfielder
7
Midfielder
70'
18
Attacker
88'
11
Attacker
79'
1
Goalkeeper
14
Defender
21
Defender
25
5
Defender
7
Midfielder
82'
8
Midfielder
59'
12
Midfielder
20
Attacker
59'
11
Attacker
74'
19
Attacker

Substitutes

23
Goalkeeper
17
Midfielder
58
Attacker
21
Attacker
8
Midfielder
70'
2
Defender
70'
6
Defender
79'
22
Attacker
79'
29
88'
10
42
Attacker
33
Defender
37
Defender
13
Goalkeeper
43
Midfielder
59'
23
Attacker
59'
4
Midfielder
74'
30
Attacker
82'

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