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Tottenham Hotspur vs Brighton Predictions

England Premier League | Tottenham Hotspur Stadium | 1st November
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Tottenham Hotspur vs Brighton predictions for Sunday’s Premier League clash in North London. Can Spurs bounce back from mid-week disappointment when they take on Graham Potter’s Seagulls? Read on for all our free predictions and betting tips.

Predictions & Tips

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Tottenham Hotspur and Both Teams To Score @ 9/4

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Tottenham Hotspur 3-2 @ 25/1

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Harry Kane To Score Anytime @ 4/5

Reason For Tottenham Hotspur vs Brighton Predictions

  • Brighton scored in 100% of their Premier League fixtures this season.
  • Both teams scored in three of the last five meetings between Spurs and Brighton.
  • Tottenham lost just one of their last 11 games in all competitions.
  • Brighton are without a win in four Premier League matches.

Tottenham targeting first home win

Harry Kane and Son Heung-Min have been making headlines of late for their fabulous combination play, though the dynamic duo have yet to win a Premier League home game for Tottenham this season.

With two draws and a defeat from their opening trio of league fixtures, Spurs’ form in North London has been underwhelming, though Jose Mourinho’s men really should have claimed three points against West Ham in their last outing on home turf.

A rotated Spurs team left the Portuguese coach miffed in mid-week, when they fell to an unexpected 1-0 Europa League reverse at Antwerp, though judging by Mourinho’s post-match comments, many of the fringe underperformers that featured  in Belgium won’t see domestic action for a while.

Brighton can’t seem to win

Brighton meanwhile, are in the midst of a five-game spell without a win, and though the Seagulls managed to take a point from their last two league fixtures against Crystal Palace and West Brom, the victory that some of their football has probably deserved continues to elude them.

Albion rank among the Premier League’s top seven clubs for average possession (53.7) and attempts (13.3) per game this term, suggesting that Graham Potter’s team are doing plenty right in their search for improved results, and Brighton have the technical and tactical nous to give Spurs a tough game on Sunday.

Goals on offer for both teams

Brighton will be without their suspended skipper Lewis Dunk this weekend, however, with the defender struggling for form this season, his absence might not necessarily be a bad thing.

Albion’s chances of keeping a clean sheet against a Spurs team spearheaded by the on-fire Kane and Son look slim regardless, and with Tottenham’s fearsome twosome hitting some insane numbers, the hosts should have more than enough firepower to secure the points on Sunday.

Tottenham have kept just one clean sheet in six Premier League games and just two in 12 matches in all competitions since the summer however, and their habit of leaving gaps to exploit at the back should allow Brighton to create opportunities this weekend.

Albion notched at least once in 100% of their league assignments this season so far, and in Aaron Connolly, Neal Maupay and Leandro Trossard, the Seagulls have enough mobility and quality to threaten.

With those factors considered, the Tottenham win and both teams to score combination is favoured for Sunday’s skirmish, while our correct score prediction forecasts an entertaining 3-2 home victory.

In their toughest games this season, Brighton conceded three times against Chelsea, three times against Man Utd and four goals against Everton, responding with two efforts of their own in the last two of those fixtures, and a similarly high-scoring outcome looks likely when the Seagulls take on another one of the division’s leading lights on Sunday,

Anytime Goalscorer Tip: Harry Kane

With three goals in his last four appearances against them, Harry Kane has enjoyed some match-defining moments against Brighton in recent seasons, and with the England star’s touch currently looking lethal, the Tottenham talisman is prime candidate to notch against the Seagulls again.

Kane scored four times in his last three Premier League run-outs for Spurs, and while his newly honed creative edge has been receiving the most coverage, his finishing remains just as sharp.

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