Brighton vs West Ham: Brighton and West Ham meet this Saturday afternoon at the Falmer Stadium, on a match counting towards the Premier League’s 26th round.
Brighton occupies the 15th position of the Premier League with 24 points conquered, thanks to a record of 5 wins, 9 draws and 11 losses.
Their goal ratio shows 18 goals scored (worst attack of the competition) and 34 goals conceded, which therefore results in an average of 2.1 goals per match.
Their home record has been weak, with the team only having 3 wins on the 12 matches they’ve played in front of their fans. The team isn’t on a good moment of form, having only won 1 of the last 14 Premier League’s rounds.
West Ham is in 12th place of the league table with 27 points conquered, having 6 wins, 9 draws and 10 losses.
On the 25 rounds already played, the Hammers count with 31 goals scored and 43 conceded, presenting an average of 3 goals per match.
Their away record hasn’t been positive, with the team only recording 2 wins on 12 away matches they’ve played in the league. David Moyes’ team is living a good period in the Premier League, not losing for 6 consecutive rounds.
Brighton vs West Ham – Betting Tip and Prediction:
Brighton has been, over the course of the season, a team with some difficulties to score, something that has gotten worse lately, since they have only scored 4 goals on the last 10 league matches they’ve played.
West Ham travels to Falmer Stadium on a better moment of form, not losing for a month and a half in the Premier League, so I believe they will have more conditions to ensure the 3 points.
I expect a balanced and low-scoring affair, but with the Hammers slightly having the upper-hand, although I’m also protecting myself from the draw which is also a very likely outcome for this match.
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