Brighton vs Norwich, live! Score, updates, how to watch, stream

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Brighton and Norwich City are on ice-cold streaks for the ages and each hopes that the other’s goes a bit longer when the visiting Canaries try to boost Premier League safety hopes at the Amex Stadium (watch live, 10am ET Saturday online via Peacock Premium).

The Seagulls have lost six-straight matches including setbacks to Burnley and Newcastle, though Norwich can at least thank Graham Potter and Co. for a win over Watford on Feb. 12.

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Brighton’s 33 points are still 11 points clear of the bottom three and 16 more than the last-place Canaries, have lost six matches and drawn Palace since also beating Watford prior to a long winless run.

Here’s everything you need to know ahead of Brighton vs Norwich.

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Brighton team news, injuries, lineup options

The Seagulls get Adam Lallana back. He’s available and not the only boost as Alexis Mac Allister and Tariq Lamptey are back and starting. Adam Webster is the only question mark to not pass for the 18.

Norwich team news, injuries, lineup options

Christoph Zimmermann is fit for the bench after recovering from an eye infection but Adam Idah and Andrew Omobamidele are out.


How to watch Brighton vs Norwich live, stream link and start time

Kick off: 10am ET Saturday
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Brighton vs Tottenham, live! Score, updates, how to watch, lineups

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Brighton hopes to save its fluttering European hopes with a big win over visiting and uneven Tottenham Hotspur on Wednesday (Watch live at 3:30pm ET online via Peacock Premium).

The Seagulls ended a long winless run with a win at Watford at the weekend to eliminate any long shot worries of the drop and now hope for another three points to climb into the top half of the table.

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Tottenham is hoping to rebound from its 3-2 loss to Manchester United, a Cristiano Ronaldo-inspired setback that put Spurs six points back of fourth-place Arsenal and without the matches-in-hand advantage (and total control of their top-four destiny).

The Seagulls will have fond memories of Tottenham’s last visit, a 1-0 triumph inspired by Leandro Trossard’s early first-half goal but left in the balance through the final whistle thanks to Brighton’s now-infamous habit of not finishing chances.

Here’s the injury updates you need to know ahead, plus the Brighton vs Tottenham live stream link.

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Brighton team news, injuries, lineup options

Adam Webster is out and Adam Lallana will not play as the Seagulls wait for results from a scan.

Tottenham team news, injuries, lineup options

Ryan Sessegnon is out until after the international break while Oliver Skipp and Japhet Tanganga remain out.


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Kickoff: 3:30pm ET Wednesday
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Brighton vs Liverpool, live! Score, updates, how to watch, stream

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BRIGHTON — Brighton vs Liverpool is an intriguing game at the Amex on Saturday (watch live, 7:30am ET on Peacock Premium) as the Seagulls aim to get back on track but face the red-hot Reds.

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The Seagulls have not been soaring in recent weeks as they’ve lost four-straight games and have dropped from ninth in the table to 13th. Graham Potter’s side continue to play lovely stuff but they are now lacking that cutting edge in the final third and they’ve scored just once in their last four outings. They lost at Newcastle last time out but it was an improved display from the South Coast club. After such a fine start to the season, Potter will want his side to regroup and finish strong as they aim for a first-ever top 10 finish in the Premier League. Brighton did stun Liverpool earlier this season as they were 2-0 down at Anfield but rallied back in the second half to draw 2-2.

Liverpool are flying right now and have won seven on the trot in the Premier League to drag themselves into the title race, as well as winning the League Cup and reaching the UEFA Champions League and FA Cup quarterfinals. Jurgen Klopp has very few injuries and his squad is deep and fired up, with Luis Diaz, Sadio Mane, Mohamed Salah and Diogo Jota being rotated expertly up top. Defensively Liverpool looked a little shaky in their narrow home win against West Ham last week and after their home defeat to Inter Milan in the UEFA Champions League in midweek (they went through 2-1 on aggregate), Klopp will want to see his side cut out sloppy defensive mistakes. If they want to maintain their title hopes, they really can’t afford any slip ups before they face Manchester City in early April. Ahead of this trip to Brighton, Klopp gave an intriguing update on Salah’s contract situation and suggested that Liverpool have offered all they can to the Egyptian superstar and he must now make his decision.

Here’s everything you need to know ahead of Brighton vs Liverpool.

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Brighton vs Liverpool live analysis! – By Joe Prince-Wright at the Amex Stadium

FULL TIME: Brighton 0-2 Liverpool – A routine win for Jurgen Klopp’s side, who are cruising through games. Despite that, Brighton had a few big chances in the second half. Still, that was pretty easy for the Reds as they clinched an eighth-straight win.

SAVE! Great stop from Alisson to deny Welbeck. Fair play to Brighton, they haven’t given up. But this game is done. At the other end Luis Diaz races clear but Sanchez denies him as he looked to set up Jota.

Amid all of that, Mohamed Salah is subbed off. Looked like he hurt his calf after scoring the penalty/celebrating behind the goal.

Alisson wanders out of his box and has both feet clearly out of the box with the ball in his hands, but the officials didn’t spot it. Safe to sand the home fans here at Brighton didn’t take kindly to that decision…

 

GOALLL! Liverpool 2-0 up. Naby Keita’s shot blocked by the arm of Yves Bissouma and Mike Dean awards a penalty kick. Salah slams the spot kick home to make it 2-0. Brighton fan’s not happy here at the Amex, but that was a clear handball.

CLOSE! Mohamed Salah’s deflected shot loops up into the air and hits the crossbar. Mane can’t convert the rebound. Salah then scuffs a shot wide after a fine break led by the excellent Luis Diaz. Liverpool warming up in the second half now.

Adam Lallana, on as a half time sub for Brighton, went down with an injury in the 49th minute. Lallana is going to have to come off after just 4 minutes on the pitch. Pascal Gross comes on for him. Jurgen Klopp shakes Lallana’s hand as he comes off. So disappointing for the former Liverpool player.

WHAT A CHANCE! Right at the start of the second half Brighton should be level. Maupay bundles his way through and three Brighton attackers are there for him to pass to. He finds Trossard who is 12 yards out, but he smashes his shot over. What a massive opportunity. Sloppy defensively from Liverpool. Had it gone in, looks like VAR may have looked at it for a potential handball. Anyway, much better from Brighton.

HALF TIME: Brighton 0-1 Liverpool – The hosts started well but Liverpool have worked their way into the game and showed their class. Luis Diaz’s brave goal is the difference between the two teams. Liverpool haven’t been spectacular but they’re doing just enough.

CHANCE! Mohamed Salah races clear on the counter but Yves Bissouma did just enough to put him off and Robert Sanchez saved his effort at the near post.

Everyone here at the Amex is still quite stunned that Robert Sanchez wasn’t sent off. Meanwhile, the Liverpool fans sing Mohamed Salah’s name loudly from the away end just after he smashes a decent effort over the bar from the edge of the box.

GOALLLLL! Luis Diaz puts Liverpool 1-0 up, as he bravely flicks past Robert Sanchez. What a ball from Joel Matip. Diaz received treatment after the wild challenge from Brighton’s goalkeeper Sanchez, who clattered into him. But Diaz is back up and the game is back underway. No red card for Sanchez after a VAR check. Hmmm. He is very lucky.

CLOSE! Brighton have started really well as Neal Maupay heads Tariq Lamptey’s cross over and then flashes a shot inches wide. However, Sadio Mane almost nipped in at the near post to convert Salah’s cross but Robert Sanchez tipped his effort wide. Open and entertaining start.

 

Hello and welcome to the sunny South Coast of England! A lovely day for a game as spring is almost here in the UK.

Can Liverpool momentarily move just three points behind Manchester City in the title race? Or will Brighton put their recent poor form behind them and seal a shock win? There is hope rather than expectation in the air among the home fans here in Brighton. But you never know…


Brighton team news, injuries, lineup

Adam Webster remains out with a hip injury, while Jeremy Sarmiento is also out. Neal Maupay starts up top, with Trossard and Mac Allister supporting him from attacking midfield roles.

Liverpool team news, injuries, lineup

Roberto Firmino is on the bench after his recent groin injury, while Ibrahima Konate misses out after picking up a knock. Klopp starts Diaz, Salah and Mane in attack.


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Kick off: 7:30am ET, Saturday
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Brighton vs Chelsea live: How to watch, stream link, score, updates

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Brighton and Hove Albion looks to get a result against Chelsea for the second time in three weeks when it hosts the Blues at the Amex Stadium on Tuesday (watch live, 3pm ET on USA Network and online via NBCSports.com).

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A trio of wins between the League Cup and FA Cup makes it easy to overlook Chelsea’s three-match winless run in the Premier League, one of which was a 1-1 draw with Brighton at Stamford Bridge to finish 2021.

That day saw Danny Welbeck’s stoppage-time equalizer cancel out Romelu Lukaku’s 28th-minute goal to give Brighton yet another points-split.

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The Seagulls 10 draws are the most in this PL season. Here’s everything you need to know ahead of Brighton vs Chelsea.

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Brighton team news, injuries, lineup options 

The Seagulls are waiting on Adam Lallana (thigh), as Shane Duffy (knee) and Lewis Dunk (knee) have not passed fitness tests. Enock Mwepu, Jeremy Sarmiento, and Jason Steele are not training, while Yves Bissouma is competing at the Africa Cup of Nations. Robert Sanchez will be back between the posts for Brighton.

Chelsea team news, injuries, lineup options

Reece James, Trevoh Chalobah, Andreas Christensen, Edouard Mendy, and Ben Chilwell are either out with injury or illness, as the absences have swung from attack to the back.


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Everton vs Brighton final score: Seagulls swarm Toffees

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Everton vs Brighton was a wild clash at Goodison Park as the visitors won a five-goal thriller which had plenty of drama.

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Brighton surged into a 2-0 lead early on through Alexis Mac Allister and Dan Burn, then the returning Dominic Calvert-Lewin missed a penalty kick.

Anthony Gordon made it 2-1 but Mac Allister scored a beauty to make it 3-1, and even though Gordon scored his and Everton’s second to set up a tense finish, Brighton held on for a big win.

The Seagulls have 27 points on the season and are in the top 10, while Everton are in the bottom half and have 19 points as Rafael Benitez’s side were booed off by the home fans in each half.

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Everton vs Brighton final score, stats

Everton 2-3 Brighton

Goals scored: Mac Allister 3′, Burn 21′, Gordon 53′, Mac Allister 71′, Gordon 76′ 

Shots: Everton 17, Brighton 12

Shots on target: Everton 6, Brighton 5

Possession: Everton 49, Brighton 51


Three things we learned from Everton vs Brighton

1. Slick Brighton finally finish chances, but can still score more: They create so many chances in every single game and this was the first time this season that Brighton scored three in a game. Graham Potter’s side were so slick on the ball and even though they were a little lapse in defense, it seems like they’re playing with more freedom in attack now. This is how Brighton can kick on in the second half of the season and they even let Everton off the hook in the first half as they could have scored even more. Putting chances away consistently is the next step for Brighton.

2. Calvert-Lewin rusty, but will be huge for Toffees: He missed a penalty kick and missed a few chances but this was his first appearance since August and his hold-up play and movement will be key for Everton. They looked better in attack with DCL up top and Gordon supporting him and when Richarlison is back fit that gives Everton a totally different dimension. This was a tough loss but the main positive is that Calvert-Lewin is back fit.

3. Brighton the model for Everton: The Everton faithful booed their team off the pitch and the Toffees really don’t know what, or who, they are right now. Benitez is trying to make them into a tough team to beat but they’re coughing up too many goals and aren’t exactly dangerous on the counter or from set-piece situations. Benitez has been unlucky with injuries but with players coming back and easier games on the schedule to kick off 2022, he needs his team to regain their early season form and grasp of his tactics. Brighton have totally grasped Graham Potter’s tactics and the Seagulls are the model of how to slowly build a squad who are totally clued in to the style of their manager. Do Everton’s fans want the style of play that Benitez brings? If they win, they won’t care.

Man of the Match: Alexis Mac Allister – Scored two classy goals and made Brighton tick in attack.


Seagulls surge into lead

Brighton started well and the Seagulls had the lead early on. Joel Veltman crossed for Neal Maupay and he set up Mac Allister to slot home and stun Goodison.

Everton continued to be sloppy in possession and Brighton were dangerous on the break as Yves Bissouma ran the show in midfield and he had a shot which deflected over for a corner.

From that corner Dan Burn doubled Brighton’s lead as he was unmarked at the back post and headed home. Seconds later Everton were handed a lifeline as Enock Mwepu fouled Anthony Gordon in the box and after VAR asked the referee to check the pitch-side monitor, a penalty kick was awarded.

Huge chance wasted for Everton

However, the returning Calvert-Lewin sent the penalty kick over via a slight clip on the bar to sum up Everton’s first half.

Calvert-Lewin went close again before the break as he wanted a handball in the box as he couldn’t get on the end of a cross, while at the other end Adam Lallana was denied by Jordan Pickford and Maupay fired over.

Everton fight back

Burn blocked Calvert-Lewin’s shot heroically in the second half as Everton pushed hard to get back in the game.

Everton did get one back soon after as Gordon cut inside from the right and his deflected shot sent Robert Sanchez the wrong way to make it 2-1.

Allan went so close to equalizing as his powerful shot was saved superbly by Sanchez, then Brighton made it 3-1.

Brighton’s clash shows

A flowing move found Mac Allister on the edge of the box and his fine volley flew into the top corner to send the away fans wild.

However, Everton set up a nervous finish for Brighton as a cross from the right found Gordon and he finished low to make it 3-2 with over 15 minutes to go.

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Gordon almost scored his and Everton’s third but there was more heroic defending from Brighton to deny him as they held on for the win.