SportPesa Match Stat Pack: Brighton & Hove Albion vs Southampton

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SportPesa brings you and the facts and stats in this big south coast clash between the Seagulls and Saints who are eager to beat the drop zone

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    #1 Head to Head

    Brighton have won just four of their last 30 matches against Southampton in all competitions (D12 L14).

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    #2 Stalemate affair

    All three Premier League meetings between Brighton and Southampton have ended as a draw. Only three previous Premier League fixtures have ended as a draw in their first four meetings – Arsenal vs QPR, Southampton vs Stoke City and Bournemouth vs Watford.

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    #3 Seagulls disadvantage

    Brighton have lost once at home against Southampton this season, losing 0-1 in the EFL Cup; only Derby County in 2013-14 have won twice away at the Amex in a single season against the Seagulls.

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    #4 Brighton form

    Brighton have won their last two Premier League games, more than they had in their previous 12 combined (W1 D3 L8).

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    #6 Saints on the road

    Southampton have lost their last two Premier League away games – they’re yet to lose three in a row on the road under Ralph Hasenhuttl.

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    #7 Saints goals

    Southampton have scored a league-high ratio 32% of their Premier League goals from outside the box so far this season (11/34).

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    #8 Southampton and leading positions

    Southampton have lost more points from leading positions in the Premier League than any other side this season (20), including dropping five points over their last three away games in the competition.

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    #9 Poor Murray

    After scoring in six of his first seven league appearances at home this season, Brighton’s Glenn Murray has failed to score in his last seven at home in the Premier League. His last goal at the Amex Stadium was in December vs Crystal Palace.

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