Brighton vs Fulham - 19:30

Brighton vs Fulham Stats

  • Brighton have failed to win any of their last 13 home league games.
  • Fulham have failed to win 25 of their past 27 premier league away games.
  • Brighton have drawn the most games this season (8) whilst Fulham have drawn the 3rd most (6).

Betting Tip: Brighton & Fulham to Draw

Two sides who’s main aim is survival meet at the AMEX on Wednesday evening, with both seeing wins pretty hard to come by this season it should be seen as a chance for a vital 3 points by both Graham Potter and Scott Parker. 

Potter and Brighton are still searching for their first home league win this season, therefore quotes of around even-money on the hosts make little appeal. The Seagulls are without the likes of Tariq Lamptey, Alireza Jahanbahksh and Danny Welbeck whilst Adam Lallana and Aaron Connolly may also be unavailable, leaving them light at the top of the pitch. 

Potter seemingly tries to shoehorn as many of his vast array of centre halves into the team as possible, which can see creativity and threat in the final third diluted. Adam Webster, Lewis Dunk, Joel Veltman, Dan Burn and Ben White have all been starting of late and they’re all centre halves by trade.

Veltman at right wing back could have his hands full with the exciting Ademola Lookman, he’s chalked up at a chunky 6/1 to be booked here, with 3 cards already this campaign the Dutchman looks a tasty price to have his name taken here.

The draw looks a standout play here though at 5/2. The reverse meeting ended all square and with both sides fairing pretty well on the defensive metrics another keenly fought battle that could end with the shares spoiled looks likely.

Brighton vs Fulham Odds

Brighton are slight favorites against fellow Premier league strugglers Fulham, who are a best price of 13/5.

Where is the value?

  Brighton Draw Fulham
Best Odds 11/10 5/2 13/5