Brighton & Hove Albion play host to Fulham in the Premier League on Sunday afternoon (14:00), and the Seagulls will look to build on their 2-0 win over Ajax in the Europa League in midweek.

We’ve picked out a couple of the best markets on offer for this clash that could offer great value to punters.

Brighton vs Fulham Betting Tips

  • Brighton and both teams to score – 13/8
  • Ansu Fati to score anytime – 6/4

Match Odds

Brighton are 8/15 to pick up the three points against the Cottagers. You can back a draw at 7/2 and Fulham at 9/2.

Both teams to score in this one is priced at 4/7. Over 2.5 goals is on offer 4/9 but you will find better in backing over 3.5 goals at 6/5.

Team News

Roberto De Zerbi has a few injuries to contend with in his Brighton ranks heading into this one. Julio Enciso, Pervis Estupinan, Jakub Moder, Tariq Lamptey, Solly March and Danny Welbeck are all unavailable.

For Fulham, Tosin Adarabiyio, Kenny Tete, Adama Traore and Issa Diop are all in the treatment room.

Brighton & both teams to score @ 13/8

De Zerbi’s men will be looking to end a three-game streak without a win in the league against Fulham on Sunday. They will head into the game full of confidence after they disposed of Ajax 2-0 at home in the Europa League on Thursday, and they come up against a Cottagers team that were very disappointing in their loss to Tottenham Hotspur on Monday.

The Seagulls will look to build momentum from their win over Ajax and they certainly need to improve their league form if they are to post successive top-six finishes. They certainly have more than enough quality to get past Fulham, but Marco Silva’s side does have the talent to cause problems of their own.

Ansu Fati to score anytime @ 6/4

After scoring against Ajax to net his third goal for Brighton, Ansu Fati will be raring to go in the Premier League this weekend. The Barcelona loanee knows that this campaign is all about building his confidence and he is competing in the best league to do so.

With Brighton searching for more consistency in the league, Fati, in his own quest for the same thing, can help them climb the table. The youngster will be eager to add to his league tally when Fulham come to town this weekend, and if he happened to watch their performance against Spurs, he will be rubbing his hands together at the thought of attacking their defence.

 

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