Brighton host Arsenal at Amex stadium

Brighton host Arsenal at Amex stadium

Brighton host Arsenal at Amex stadium

Brighton host Arsenal at Amex stadium

Brighton host Arsenal at Amex stadium

Brighton will continue to monitor key midfielder Yves Bissouma,

who has sat out two games with a knee problem.

Danny Welbeck and Steven Alzate are unavailable after being forced off at Crystal Palace,

while Enock Mwepu and Adam Webster remain sidelined.

Arsenal’s only absentee is midfielder Granit Xhaka, who will be missing for three months
after suffering a knee ligament injury last weekend.

Albert Sambi Lokonga may replace Xhaka in the Gunners’ starting line-up.

Brighton missed the chance to go top of the table on Monday but the way they snatched

a point right at the end of their game against Crystal Palace will still give them a big lift.

The Seagulls have made a really impressive start to the season, but Arsenal are on a bit

of a roll at the moment.

That run won’t last for too long – not a lot has changed about the Gunners, really,

because I still think they will go on streaks of good or bad results just like last season 

but they will be smiling on Saturday evening anyway.

Arsenal won both of last season’s encounters but overall have only claimed three victories

in eight Premier League matches against Brighton with two draws and three loses.

They are vying to win back-to-back league games away to Brighton for the first time since April 1981.

The only previous top-flight meeting which took place with Albion higher in the table was a goalless

draw at Highbury in January 1982.

Maupay scored the winner in his two previous Premier League starts against Arsenal.

Both of these teams will be push up all of their effort in order to challenge each other to get the

vital three points to gain up the higher position in the table standing.

 

 

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