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4-4-1-4 Brighton And Hove Albion Predicted Lineup Vs West Ham United: No Changes From Last Game?

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Adam Stenning
Adam is the Brighton Correspondent here at The 4th Official. He is a 21-year old Sports Journalism graduate. He is not only passionate about football but also has a keen interest in cricket, tennis and Formula 1.

Brighton head to the Olympic Stadium tomorrow to take on West Ham in the Friday night kick off in the Premier League. The Seagulls head into the game fresh from a 1-1 draw against Everton at home last Sunday. While West Ham also drew 1-1 last Saturday away to high-flying Burnley.

Brighton only have one injury concern going into the game with Shane Duffy, who will be touch and go after pulling up 65 minutes into the game against Everton with a tweak of his groin. Below Is how The Albion should lineup tomorrow night.

Lineup, 4-4-1-1:

In goal will be Matthew Ryan. The Australian keeper played a blinder in Sunday’s game to deny Everton, especially the double save in the last kick on the game to hold onto a draw. Ryan really deserved man of the match in the Everton game but is certainly becoming a great addition to the Brighton squad


The defence should be the same back four that started the Everton game bar Duffy if he is not fit enough to play. At right-back will be captain Bruno, who was unlucky to have a penalty given against him in the Everton game. In centre-half will be Duffy and Lewis Dunk, unless Duffy is not fit enough in which case Uwe Huenemeier will partner Dunk like he did for the last 25 minutes of the Everton game.

At left-back will be Markus Suttner, who did a great job down the left with both Solly March and then Jose Izquierdo when the Colombian came on for March. The defence has been very solid so far this season, especially due to the fact they have started pretty much every game bar two together so far.


The midfield will lineup as follows on the right wing will be Anthony Knockaert. The Frenchmen should be confident heading into the game tomorrow after opening his Premier League account on Sunday against Everton.

The central midfield pair will be the usual two of Davy Propper and Dale Stephens. Both of the centre midfielders performed well against Everton, by getting stuck into the midfield battle with Idrissa Gueye and Morgan Schneiderlin. On the left wing will be Solly March. The winger did not have his greatest game as he just didn’t seem his usual menacing self by attacking the fullback throughout the game.

Number Ten:

In the Number Ten role will be Pascal Gross. The midfielder grabbed his third assist of the season. The German playmaker has been the signing of the season so far he has made Brighton a lot more a threatening team in the final third.


Upfront will be Glenn Murray. The Seagulls striker had a tough afternoon against Everton against two physical centre-halves. Tomorrow night will be more of the same for Murray. But hopefully, he can get the best of them and open his account for this season.

This is how they might line up:

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