Brighton has struggled to adapt to life in the Premier League so far and they would be looking to begin a winning run from this game. They haven’t done the best piece of business this summer, and that has affected their results on the field as they struggle to win or score their first top flight goal. But they showed huge signs of improvement in their last game before the break as they hit the cross bar on at least two occasions against Watford at Vicarage Road. They eventually got their first points of the season in that game and we expect them to build on that against Tony Pulis’ men in this game.
West Brom is one of the best form teams in the league so far and the Baggies who are unbeaten this season will look to continue that run of form. They have managed to hold on to Jonny Evans who came very close to signing for Manchester City and he will lead them out again in this game.
Despite Brighton’s poor start to the season, we believe that they will build on their much-improved performance in the last match and beat the Baggies here.