26th Sep 2020 | Premier League
Neal Before Potter
The south coast side look really accomplished at times and should be aiming to avoid a relegation fight completely this season.
You’d expect a response from Manchester United on Saturday lunchtime, but this isn’t the fixture Ole would have wanted.
On paper they face a team they beat 3-0 away in June, but a lot seems to have changed over the summer. The Red Devils may just be sluggish starters with better times ahead, but Brighton look like an emerging force under Graham Potter.
The Seagulls showed plenty of glimpses of promise in 2019-20 but the 3-0 victory at Newcastle last weekend was a statement performance. In particular, Neil Maupay with two goals in the opening seven minutes; back him to score anytime here at a boosted best price of 11/4 with WilliamHill.
The French striker can be pleased with reaching double figures in his debut top flight campaign, and will be aiming to improve on 10 this season after a bright start. Lindelof and Maguire looked vulnerable against Palace, and the odds don’t reflect that properly.
Odds correct at time of publishing: 07:58 26th Sep, 2020 but subject to change