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Brighton vs Arsenal tips and predictions: Fist-pumping Gunners to earn battling win

Arsenal may need to produce a perfect set of results to lift the Premier League trophy and they’ll start their mission against Brighton on Saturday (1730 BST).

With eight matches remaining in the Premier League campaign, Arsenal may need to produce an impeccable run of results to capture the crown.

Their immediate goal is to secure a victory at the AMEX Stadium, a feat they have accomplished twice in their previous six visits.

The Gunners were in cruise control as they beat Luton 2-0 at the Emirates on Wednesday as they rested key players like Bukayo Saka and Gabriel Martinelli.

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The Hatters didn't have a sniff across 90 minutes while down the road at a bus stop in Hounslow, Brighton produced a poor xG of 1.14 from 24 shots.

Roberto De Zerbi’s side continued their poor away form with a 0-0 draw against Brentford, but the Seagulls are building up a head of steam at home.

They’re unbeaten in their last 12 Premier League matches on home soil and 13 of 14 overall, producing wins against Tottenham and Newcastle.

Those results arguably remain the highlight of their inconsistent season as they’ve failed to win seven times at the AMEX, dropping points to Sheffield United, Everton and Burnley.

Nine wins in 10 matches is a mighty fine return for Mikel Arteta’s side made more impressive by the fact they’ve only allowed four goals in 2024.

This has all the makings of a tough game but it has the feel of a hard-earned, narrow away win that leaves Gabriel and co fist pumping at full-time.


Team news

Brighton will be without Solly March, Jack Hinshelwood, Kaoru Mitoma, Billy Gilmour and James Milner on Saturday, although Evan Ferguson could return.

Joao Pedro made a welcome return at Brentford and could lead the line.

Bukayo Saka was absent from the squad midweek while Gabriel Martinelli and Gabriel Jesus were among those who were rested but could feature this weekend.

Jurrien Timber is likely to be the only absentee from the matchday squad.


Key stats

- The scoring has been opened inside 30 minutes in 10 of 14 at the AMEX
- Brighton have failed to win half of their home matches this season
- Arsenal have won nine of their previous 10 Premier League matches
- Arsenal have conceded four goals in 10 matches in 2024


Suggested bets

Time of first goal: Under 30 minutes

Arsenal to win and under 3.5 goals

Arsenal to win to nil

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