Total over 2.5

Brighton play nice combination ball. In terms of time for possession (11.01 s) and number of assists (4.09), he ranks in the top three in the league during this time.

This style strikes a perfect balance, as evidenced by the 4th place in the Premier League in expected goals scored (xg = 1.71) and conceded (xga = 1.16).

In the last 10 rounds of the Premier League, Mewy lost only to the leading Arsenal (2:4) and Fulham (0:1), but with the “summer residents” there was simply no execution.

On top of their domestic championship success, Brighton could win the FA Cup this season. In the last game before the break, they advanced to the semi-finals of the tournament, defeating Grimsby Town (5-0).

Brentford share the 7th row of the table with their current opponents, being behind them on goal difference.

The style of play instilled by Thomas Frank is based on intense pressing and explosive counter-attacks. The Bees prefer to play number two, having possession of the ball 44% of the time, while only West Ham, Bournemouth and Leeds have faster attacking speed.

On average per match, this tactic creates 1.47xg with 1.23xg allowed. In the last 10 matchdays, Brentford lost only one match against Everton (0-1).

Team styles are combined in such a way that opponents can show their best attacking skills. I expect productive football.