16th June 2019



5th October 2018

On paper, West Ham are on a roll. Wins over Manchester United and Everton and a draw with Chelsea has seen the londoners climb off the foot of the table.

But beware, The Hammers have not won back to back games for nearly a year and they are shorter than they might have been last time Brighton played at home.

Chris Hughton's side have not hit the same heights yet as last season and only 5 points from 7 games is worrying.

But, they have faced four top six sides and may welcome playing a side in the bottom half of the league.

Brighton are without a Premier League clean sheet this term but Glen Murray continues to defy his age at the front end.

It will be a close game and the seagulls might have to settle for another draw.

On Saturday the best bet seems to be Leicester to beat Everton. The later are looking predicatable and Leicester are back on song after Jamie Vardy served his three match ban.