Brighton predicted the line-up against Chelsea


Brighton will bring 2021 to a much-needed end with a trip to the stage for many unfavorable nights when they travel to Chelsea’s Stamford Bridge on Wednesday night.

The Seagulls have never recorded a away win against Chelsea in their history and lost six of their seven visits without scoring a single goal. Although Graham Potter’s team made it 0-0 on their last outing west of the capital.

Here is the XI that Potter can choose to become a better for what would be a historic win.

Two incredible Sanchez saves! ⛔️

– Brighton & Hove Albion (@OfficialBHAFC) December 27, 2021

Robert Sanchez (GK) – Potter singled out Brighton’s stopper for praise after keeping his first zero of the month against Brentford in the wake of a perceived decline in form from the 24-year-old.

Tariq Lamptey (RB) – Brighton’s baby-faced back spent more than a decade at Chelsea before the South Coast club took him for less than £ 3m in 2020.

Adam Webster (CB) – The £ 22.5m club record fee required to acquire Webster’s services is less than Chelsea’s tent arrival Romelu Lukaku will earn on two years’ salary (according to Spotrac).

Dan Burn (CB) – 82 minutes of Burns man of the match performance against Brentford was completed after the giant defender put the shoulder back in his sleeve.

Marc Cucurella (LB) – The former Barcelona academy player recently confirmed his lack of reservations to switch from Spain to Seagulls during the summer – a feeling the club will no doubt repeat given the quality of his performances.

Enock was everywhere! ?? #BHABRE?

– Brighton & Hove Albion (@OfficialBHAFC) December 27, 2021

Enock Mwepu (CM) – On his longest series of Premier League starts (three), Brighton’s most expensive signing for the summer will be an increasingly regular match for the first team.

Yves Bissouma (CM) – Available for re-election after a suspension, Brighton’s victory in his absence is unlikely to affect Potter’s choice when it comes to his barely overlooked midfield display.

Alexis Mac Allister (CM) – The Christmas Eve-born Argentine national team player may have made only three Premier League starts this season, but has only been surpassed by two teammates in this semester’s competition.

Pascal Gross (AM) – Brighton’s most productive assist provider during three of its four previous seasons on the south coast may have the chance to add to this campaign’s count after a Covid-19 attack.

UNSTOPPABLE! ?? @BrightonTools

– Brighton & Hove Albion (@OfficialBHAFC) December 27, 2021

Neal Maupay (ST) – Only two players in England’s highest league have contributed a larger share of the team’s Premier League goals than Brighton’s top scorer (44%).

Danny Welbeck (ST) – With Leandro Trossard in doubt, the former Arsenal forward could be in line for just his fourth league start of the campaign.

You can read 90mins preview of Chelsea vs Brighton here. You can read Chelsea’s predicted line-up here.

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