Brighton vs Newcastle: Preview & Prediction
Brighton – Newcastle – On Tuesday evening we expected a big derby of the English Championship, because of the residual encounter 28th rounds meet the current two leading teams in the standings, Brighton and Newcastle. The Brighton after 33 played details collected 71 points, while Newcastle one point less, while here we must add the fact that both teams in the last five matches enrolled after three wins and two draws. As for their autumn clash at St James’ Park, home of Newcastle then celebrated with 2: 0, while on the other team Brighton in early 2012 and 2013 at home was more successful in the FA Cup.
Of course we all just suggest that you and now Brighton should be something closer to victory, but also believe that both teams would not be too dissatisfied with the draw, given that at present have six and five points ahead of third Huddersfield. However, the camp Brighton announce that they will do their best to win in this derby device maybe this crucial step toward long-awaited place among the English elite, especially since this season at home, have a great effect from 13 wins, three draws and just one defeat.
Probable lineups Brighton: Stockdale – Bruno, Duffy, Dunk, Pocognoli – Knockaert, Stephens, Sidwell, Murphy – Baldock, Murray
Unlike Brighton who on Saturday made a great job in the match with Reading, Newcastle football players are on the same day at home, played only 2: 2 against “drowning” Bristol City, which automatically led to a leadership position again indulge in Brighton. However, they still have only one point less of them, and five more than third Huddersfield, while also boast that their last defeat in the league experienced at the very beginning of this year, and it away to Blackburn.
Probable lineups Newcastle: Darlow – Yedlin, Lascelles, Clark, Dummett – Shelvey, Colback – Ritchie, Diame, Gouffran – Mitrovic
Brighton vs Newcastle: Direct Matches
Brighton vs Newcastle: Betting Tips
X2 – Odds: 6/15 – UK / (1.55) – European
Over 2 goals – Odds 7/10 – UK / (1.70) – European