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Brighton - Fulham PredictionsFree Daily Soccer Unibet Predictions for Today, February 18, 2023.
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EVENT: Brighton – Fulham
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Brighton – Fulham Predictions and Preview

  • Brighton continue to be one of the Premier League’s (PL) biggest surprise packages this season, now trailing fifth-placed Tottenham by just four points with two games in hand! Head coach Roberto de Zerbi has refused to play down talk of European qualification for the first time in the club’s history, while ruefully admitting his side ‘weren’t lucky’ in their 1-1 draw with rivals Crystal Palace, where full-back Pervis Estupiñán saw a goal ruled out due to a VAR error.
  • That disappointment should be easy enough to move on from, with the Seagulls now unbeaten in five in the league (W3, D2) and they’ve only tasted defeat over 90 minutes to PL leaders Arsenal since the season’s restart. Brighton will now go in search of a fourth consecutive win at the Amex Stadium for the first time since March 2018, a mission that will be led by one of the best attacks in the division, as only Manchester City, Arsenal and Tottenham have outscored them this term (39).
  • Fulham are doing their level best to match the Seagulls this campaign, equally punching above their weight by entering this round level on points with Brighton, albeit having played two games more. Marco Silva’s men ended a three-match winless run in the PL by strolling to a 2-0 victory against Nottingham Forest last time out, a result the Cottagers will want to back up by completing a first league double over Brighton since 1993 after winning the reverse fixture 2-1 back in August.
  • Despite their newly-promoted status, Fulham look comfortable at this level and have produced some stellar away form in all competitions of late (W4, D1, L1). Key to that good run on the road has been a resilient defence that’s conceded just three goals in that sequence, two of which came to second-tier Sunderland in an FA Cup replay.
  • Players to watch: After missing a flurry of chances against Crystal Palace, Brighton’s Alexis Mac Allister will be looking to get on the scoresheet and build on his impressive seven-goal tally in all competitions this season. Fulham’s architect is likely to be playmaker Andreas Pereira, who sits fourth in the league for assists this term (six).
  • Hot stat: Brighton’s nine goals in the opening 15 minutes of PL games this term is the highest in the division.