Chris Hughton’s transformation of Brighton has been nothing short of terrific as Albion made it three wins on the spin in all competitions with a hard-fought 1-0 defeat of Charlton at The Valley.
Albion host Brentford at The Amex on Saturday and go in search of a fourth consecutive success.
It will not be an easy task for Brighton as Brentford have made a fantastic start to the season and currently sit fifth in the Championship table.
Despite, the significant difference in league positions Brighton go into the contest as favourites to take all three points at 11/10, with the draw priced at 12/5 and a Brentford success 13/5 with BetVictor.
Brighton have not conceded in any of their previous three matches and for another win to nil you can get odds of 13/5, while a 2-0 win for the Seagulls is priced at 11/1.
It was a fascinating weekend of Premier League action with wins for Burnley, Leicester, West Brom and Crystal Palace seeing just five points separate Everton in 12th from Leicester at the foot of the table. Back-to-back wins have seen The Foxes eased to 5/6 (from ½) for the drop with manager Nigel Pearson similarly eased to 12/1 ) to be the next Premier League manager to leave his post.
Sean Dyche continues to work miracles at Turf Moor with Saturday’s 2-1 defeat of QPR seeing his side move out of the bottom-three for the first time this term. The man affectionately nicknamed ‘Ginger Mourinho’ by the Burnley faithful has been backed into 10/1 to be the Premier League’s LMA Manager of the Year – surely in with a fighting chance should Burnley retain their Premier League status next term? The Clarets remain the 4/6 favourites for the drop but it remains awfully tight with QPR cut to 4/5 and the likes of Hull 13/8, Crystal Palace 2/1, Sunderland 5/2, Aston Villa 3/1 and West Brom 10/3 all in the mix and plenty of twist and turns no doubt still to come!
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