Kick-off: 1500, 24/11/2018
Stadium: Amex Stadium
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Brighton suffered a couple of away defeats before the international break but go into their clash with Leicester boasting an impressive home record.
Albion have picked up 10 of their 14 Premier League points at Amex Stadium, beating Manchester United, West Ham and Wolves at this venue.
The Foxes are a decent outfit, but we still think 2/1 for the Seagulls to succeed is good value for our first Brighton vs Leicester prediction.
A Look At Brighton and Hove Albion’s Betting Odds
Brighton were beaten fair and square when going down 3-1 at Everton but there was more than a hint of bad fortune about a subsequent 2-1 loss at Cardiff.
Albion had Dale Stephens sent off for a lunge at Greg Cunningham after 34 minutes when the score was 1-1.
Chris Hughton then felt Sol Bamba was offside in the build-up to City’s last-minute winner, after the Seagulls had defended resolutely with 10 men for almost an hour.
“I understand the sending off, some would give it, some wouldn’t, but on the winning goal he is offside and I am more angry with the second decision than the first one,” declared the manager.
Hughton will hope his team can now return to the form which saw them shoot up the table with a trio of wins, including two on home turf.
Lewis Dunk is aiming to score for the third straight game and is always dangerous at set-pieces, so 21/2 for him to net at anytime appeals from the Brighton vs Leicester odds.
Last Brighton line-up: Ryan, Bong, Duffy, Dunk, Montoya, Stephens, Kayal, Knockaert, March, Murray, Izquierdo.
Brighton expect to have midfielder Pascal Gross and defender Davy Propper available again following ankle problems, but Stephens starts a three-match suspension.
A Look At Leicester City’s Betting Odds
Leicester seemed to suffer from the emotional drain of attending Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha’s funeral in Thailand when held to a goalless draw by Burnley at King Power Stadium.
The Foxes were strong in the first half, with Jamie Vardy’s shot cleared off the line, Rachid Ghezzal heading against the bar and Demarai Gray denied by Joe Hart.
However, they faded after the interval and a stalemate seemed a fair result at the final whistle.
“It was a tough week to prepare without training sessions and a long journey to Bangkok,” said Claude Puel. “The players compensated with desire.”
City coped admirably with that adversity but now face a different test in getting down to the day-to-day grind of regular action.
Leicester have been a touch inconsistent on the road, picking up three wins and the same number of defeats, and we’re hoping this will be an off-day.
Let’s finish off our Brighton vs Leicester betting tips by taking 10/1 for a 2-1 home victory.
Last Leicester line-up: Schmeichel, Chilwell, Morgan, Evans, Pereira, Gray, Albrighton, Mendy, Ndidi, Ghezzal, Vardy.
Leicester striker Vardy faces a fight to be fit as he battles a groin injury.
James Maddison (knee) has returned to training but Harry Maguire (knee) is out and Ghezzal (knock) is a doubt. Daniel Amartey remains sidelined for up to four months with a broken ankle.
Cardiff 2-1 BRIGHTON – Lewis Dunk
LEICESTER 0-0 Burnley
Head-to-head: Brighton 0-2 Leicester, Leicester 2-0 Brighton
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