Arsenal vs Brighton Match Analysis & Prediction
14/05/2023 6:30 pm
Mikel Arteta’s team, Arsenal, will play Brighton & Hove Albion in the Premier League this weekend. The Gunners beat Newcastle United 2-0, while the Seagulls were beaten 5-1 by Everton.
Arsenal manager Arteta has hinted at a motivational tactic designed to fire up his players ahead of Sunday’s Premier League match against Newcastle.
The match is not the be-all and end-all for Arsenal’s title hopes, but it could be a significant moment in the Gunners’ season if they secure a first clean sheet in eight games at St James’ Park.
After a miserable Monday at the Amex, Brighton’s weather was as miserable as De Zerbi’s mood.
Following an Abdoulaye Doucoure opener within just 34 seconds, Everton’s midfielder doubled his tally for the day later in the first half before Jason Steele’s own goal and Dwight McNeil’s brace completed a shocking upset that left Amex boss Alexis Mac Allister speechless.
Arsenal vs. Brighton Head to head
Both sides have 30 games against each other with hosts taking six wins while visitors with five wins and three draws.
Arsenal Team News
Arsenal have also suffered two blows to their squad with the season-ending injuries of Takehiro Tomiyasu and Mohamed Elneny and the news that William Saliba and Oleksandr Zinchenko will not play again this term either. Arteta denied such claims, though.
Arsenal 's Last 5 Matches
Brighton Team News
March and Webster’s absences add to the visitors’ perennial fitness concerns, including Tariq Lamptey (knee), Jeremy Sarmiento (ankle), Joel Veltman (thigh), and Adam Lallana (thigh), who may only have a slim chance of lining up at the Emirates.
Brighton 's Last 5 Matches
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Arsenal vs. Brighton : Odds and Predictions
3 Way: Draw
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