Hughton to make 1 important change – Predicted 4-4-1-1 Brighton XI to face Huddersfield Town

Predicted Brighton & Hove Albion Line-up To Face Huddersfield Town In The Premier League

Brighton & Hove Albion host Huddersfield Town at the Amex Stadium this Saturday and both teams will be looking to outplay each other to snatch 3 points. The Seagulls will be on the lookout for a win as they attempt to progress into the top-10 whereas Huddersfield are in dire need of a victory to go clear of the dreaded relegation zone.

They are currently placed 16th in the points table and a win could get them closer to maintaining their top-flight status. However, Brighton have been quite strong this season and beating them won’t be an easy task.

Probable Brighton XI

Manager: Chris Hughton

Formation: 4-4-1-1

Matthew Ryan (GK)

Ryan put in a convincing display against Leicester City and he is expected to retain his spot in goal.

Ezequiel Schelotto (RB)

Schelotto is a sure starter for this game and he can provide some much-needed energy and zest on the right-hand side.

Lewis Dunk (CB)

Dunk has been extremely reliable for Brighton at the back and he is expected to retain his spot in the heart of the defence this weekend.

Lewis Dunk

Shane Duffy (CB)

Duffy has been Dunk’s long-standing partner this season and he is expected to start against Huddersfield.

Gaetan Bong (LB)

The defence is likely to be completed by Bong at left-back.

José Izquierdo (LM)

Izquierdo has been impressive lately and he should be deployed on the left-hand side of the midfield.

Davy Propper (CM)

Propper is one of Brighton’s most crucial players in the midfield area and his inclusion is a must if they are to beat the visitors.

Dale Stephens (CM)

After a spell on the sidelines, Stephens is expected to find his name in the starting XI in place of deputy Biram Kayal.

Glenn Murray

Jurgen Locadia (RM)

Locadia has been impressive with his creativity and attacking prowess, meaning he should start this Saturday.

Pascal Gross (SS)

Gross continues to be a vital player for the Seagulls and his incisive runs will come in handy against Huddersfield.

Glenn Murray (CF)

Murray is expected to hold on to his spot and lead the line this Saturday.


Written by Meghna Sengupta

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