Brighton & Hove Albion vs. Everton - Toffeeweb

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It is expected that Richarlison will have to rest against Burnley to play Brighton, whom he beat twice in Goodison last month

Everton wants to finish in 2018 with another positive result when they make their longest trip of the Premier League season with a visit to Brighton.

Marco Silva hopes his team can build on the destruction of Burnley on Boxing Day at Turf Moor by taking his third away win of the season and completing the championship after beating the seagulls in the 3-1 home win in early November.

It would be another step to ease the beating of their 6-2 home opponents at Tottenham last Sunday and prepare the Blues for their return to Goodison Park in the New Year, where they entertain Leicester City, probably their main rival become. "Best of the rest" behind the first six.

The success of the three-headed central defensive unit that fought against the Clarets suggests that Silva could make the decision, but the formation poses a dilemma as Idrissa Gueye is fit again after failing to reach the last three start pages for a groin injury ,

Then there is a high chance that Richarlison will return to the team after three quarters of the match against Burnley. If one assumes that Dominic Calvert-Lewin, who was praised for his presentation on Wednesday, maintains his position, this would mean that one of Bernard or Theo Walcott paves the way.

Gueye's presence points to the other wingman's victim, unless Gylfi Sigurdsson is paused by the games triggered by an overloaded festival program, or Richarlison is deployed as the central striker, leaving Calvert-Lewin behind in succession Startups can take a breather within four days.

Having defeated Huddersfield and Crystal Palace since their defeat on Merseyside eight weeks ago, Brighton lost three consecutive seasons before Arsenal impressively won 1-1 at Boxing Day.

Since losing to Spurs on 22 September, Chris Hughton's team has lost just once to Chelsea, underscoring how difficult it is to visit Amex Stadium this season.

However, Everton's game is set to carry out the counter-attack from home, and if she can avoid the kind of vulnerability that defends the standard situations she showed in the return match against Brighton and the last time at Burnley, Silva will be confident that his side has the goods in an attacking sense to achieve a victory.

Kicking off: Saturday, December 29, 2018, 3pm
Referee: Andy Madley
Last time: Brighton 1 – 1 Everton

Predicted line-up: Pickford, Coleman, Keane, Zouma, Mina, Digne, Gueye, Gomes, Bernard, Walcott, Richarlison


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Posted
29/12/2018 around
0:14:29

Lyndon, you drew a good balance before the match. They have pointed out that either Bernard or Walcott were looking for Richarlison, which is ironic as they are likely to have their best games of the season at Burnley.

Then there is the question: Does he stay behind at three? Although I am not an advocate of this system, I think it can work against Brighton … Good choices for the manager, let's hope he decides the best.

While I at home estimate that Brighton is more impressive than Burnley, I still believe that we have the team to win there, which should bring us to three with three more points in the middle of the stage.

Leicester at home will not be easy next, as they seem to have cast a good spell lately and have scored two notable scalpels in Chelsea and Man City so hopefully we'll have our own run and some distance between us and the teams can be right under us.

Posted
29/12/2018 around
0:17:01

I hope we get a win, and I feel that it will be tough because they have more talent than Burnley.

Hopefully Digne will do the game and I would start the same team as Burnley did.

Charlie might find it bumping in front of Theo, based on the rest time and his goal in a Turf Moor.

Hopefully the whole squad will be galvanized for the second half of this season. Let's start with a happy goodbye for 2018, tomorrow in Brighton.

Posted
29/12/2018 around
0:42:55

Who knows what the lineup will look like?

I think Richarlison fights alone and rarely wins a header, Calvert-Lewin has done remarkably well with his hold-up and link-up game. Bernard had his best game yet, so it would be cruel to drop him.

Our away form was terrible for so long and winning two on the rebound would be an amazing turnaround. It will be hard; I really hope we can do it and build some self-confidence and dynamism.
COYB!

Posted
29/12/2018 around
2:11:58

Derek # 1, I'm really grateful that Leicester can win against Chelsea and Man City, although we do not seem to be doing that as a Leicester despite a man-to-man team.

Anyway, I'm sorry you left the tangent. I focus on Brighton and think that this game will be much more difficult than we think. You are not a bad team. A draw instead of a win for us can be at stake.

Posted
29/12/2018 around
6:27:34

I think it will be the same setup as Burnley, as Gueye replaces Gomes. He looks like he's in an injury, so he can be well rested. Given Brighton's home record, a draw is a good result, though I hope for another win.

Posted
29/12/2018 around
7:01:01

A fit Gana can win us this game in a midfield of exhausted bodies.

I suspect that expected formation That's right, simply because in four days the center-back can play twice as easily as midfielders who need to play more, and it would be appropriate for us to get them to our three. An alternative, however, is to use Gana and Davies is there and tries to overtake her from the start. This corresponds to the footballing equivalent of "walking in the body" from the early rounds.

This season is a squad game, and if Silva has a threesome, we might expect a cameo from Jag's.

In any case, I expect Calvert-Lewin to stay ahead, regardless of whether Richarlison returns. I suspect he will not be deployed immediately, unless Bernard replaces Sigurdsson, who may need a break.

Interesting to see how the manager frees himself up at this time of the season when his calls double count.

Posted
29/12/2018 around
7:58:09

I have been criticizing Gana for a long time. His game is often ugly and I have not counted how many times he won the ball just to return it directly. , a thoroughly engaging machine. However!
Talk about absence and let the heart grow.
I think we can give up any hope that he will become a lithe footballer. He was not, he is not and he is not. During this time, however, he is an absolute must for our development

Like most of them, I was deeply embarrassed by how easily Spurs played us through and yes, I think they would probably have beaten us, even if he had been there, but there is no way on this earth, they would have done the same in the world Behavior.

His game is a simple one. He stops the opposition. His lateral movement is as good as any other. We do not always know where the ball will end when it intercepts the intended passes, but we know that it stops the ball at its intended destination. It's like playing with a "beware of the dog" sign. He must not scare her, but he'll make her think twice. The Spurs players would not have taken so much liberty if they knew that the dog would stick to its killer passports.

Of course, I would want a more talented DM, but those that exist are already in captivity until we can find out which Idrissa Gueye (Mike G will love that) IMO needs to play

Posted
29/12/2018 around
7:58:17

So far, Lookaman has not been mentioned. Is the guy injured?

Posted
29/12/2018 around
8:19:42

Dick, he has suffered injury in training before the spur. This is the severity of the injury he will miss this game as well and is re-evaluated before the Leicester game.

For those who want to watch today's game, I've checked and there are only a few companies that cover the game. Those I've found so far are Leg 1 HD (Arabic) Skynet Sports 5 and NBC Gold, ie through IPTV, there may be some streams, but they will be closer to the start.

Posted
29/12/2018 around
8:20:20

Darren –

You are finally right with Gueye.

Some of us, two beginner Americans, whom I refer to with Mike G and myself on the same page with the abilities and value of the African, have been saying this for months.

Now I have to go to bed. It's 3:20 am and I have to get up in about 6 hours to watch the game from my throne in Florida. 0)

Posted
29/12/2018 around
8:37:50

Brighton has a good home record, but we will certainly have too much ability. and I see a 3: 0 result for the powerful Everton, who sends us to 2019 with a smile on our faces.

Posted
29/12/2018 around
8:52:19

Martin .. I can only assume that there are no more drops of festive schnapps in your house. I hope you are alright.

Posted
29/12/2018 around
8:54:49

I go into the game and hope for a good win.
Especially since I'm only 20 miles from Brighton and surrounded by bastards!
Redshites that is – I know more Liverpool fans than Brighton!
COYB

Posted
29/12/2018 around
8:56:07

I won 1-0 today, but Glenn Murray is still one of the best strikers in the Premier League.

If Burnley keeps Joe Hart in goal, they'll go down so I do not read so much about our victory over them.

Posted
29/12/2018 around
9:01:35

It's nice to have a royalty on the site while Jamie C watches the game from his Florida throne.

Absolutely on the same page as Darren in terms of Gana, as he is very frustrating, but he is currently needed.

We should go into this game with confidence, 3 points for me.

Posted
29/12/2018 around
9:06:44

This is a tough home and in many ways very similar to the harsh nature of visiting Bournemouth.

Hughton did wonders on a small budget, and they have dangerous players. They also play in a style that adheres to a plan, especially in standard situations. Dunky, Duffy and Murray are a big threat.

In the future, we have to keep the ball on the ground and do what we did against them in Goodison, because their middle halves are not the most mobile.

When we get involved in a physical fight, things get cluttered and start to go awry.

Posted
29/12/2018 around
9:24:55

It is interesting to make real selection decisions with most players in the form so that both formation and player decisions must be made for the manager. A good test today, but they should be more afraid of us than the other way round. A clean sheet would be a welcome change.

Posted
29/12/2018 around
9:28:46

As much as Richarlison is a great player and one of our best goal-threats, I think he has had trouble doing too much and perhaps being physically tired over the last month. He has lost possession more than anyone on the team, and perhaps no coincidence that he was mostly absent for our biggest win.

Brighton Away, however, is a difficult game (Spurs aside). This season we have tended to beat teams that are coming to us, which they will probably do at home. DCL should start, but has to get balls on his feet as good as he is in the air, which he will fight against the monolithic Duffy and Dunk.

Posted
29/12/2018 around
10:27:16

I think Bernard looked like the player we all thought was him and he looked more central.

Posted
29/12/2018 around
10:29:44

Mark Murphy – where do you live? I'm at TWells in a few weeks with Romney Marsh.

Posted
29/12/2018 around
11:03:11

Alan, Brighton only beat us twice in the league. That means we make an Everton and roll for them. I'm going 4: 2 for us.

If we get a pen, I want Digne to take it. Siggi met Burnley but did not look very confident

Posted
29/12/2018 around
11:25:05

I am really confident. Seduced by the 200/1 offer for 6-0 !!!

Posted
29/12/2018 around
11:27:11

The only thing that distinguishes the top teams from the others is faith. The top teams would go to Brighton, knowing that they are much better and expect a victory. So if we want to challenge for a top 6 place next year, we have to develop the same attitude. We should go there, believing we are far better than Brighton, and show it. No doubt in mind, just a positive attitude, another away win will build the faith.

For me, this is an important barometer to see how we move forward. A draw or a loss will show that the managers and players have changed in the last 12 months, but we are still an average midfielder. But the win would make the team and the fans believe that we could fight for a place in the first 6 place next season. Whatever you call faith or trust, that changes massively when you have it. You just have to look at the others in the lot average, who usually fight for 4th place. But last season's Champions League campaign, which was to beat City at home and away and then reach the final, has a great deal of faith for this season.
Well, I'm not saying defeat Brighton, and next year we'll be challenging for a top 4 place, but the away wins would usher in the faith process. If we hope to challenge for a place among the top six or four, we need to know that we can go and expect not only to win but also to win. Yes, we still have to overcome the victory against the first 6 pages, but this would be a starting point. It took some years for Spurs to be regularly in the top four, but now they are convinced that this is where they belong. So start building the building blocks so we can achieve that today with a win.

Posted
29/12/2018 around
11:29:28

Derek # 9, I usually get a good stream of TSN channels from Canada. Our game is scheduled for tonight on TSN 1, but their scheduling is a hit and a failure, sometimes the game falls in favor of the figure skating of the team they like there.

Posted
29/12/2018 around
11:44:51

As long as there is no indication of a zonal mark, we should be fine.

Posted
29/12/2018 around
11:45:11

Eric, thanks for that. I have TSN 1-5, but to verify it, nothing is mentioned about our game or even another game, to be honest, but sometimes this happens for obvious reasons. I always think that TSN is pretty reliable and Touch Wood has not left me in the lurch.

Sportsnet (Canada) usually also has our games, so hopefully it will go somewhere.

Posted
29/12/2018 around
12:16:07

Firstrow sports usually have a few options. Do not use the UK link. Sometimes you have to fight your way through the little red X to find a good stream.

Posted
29/12/2018 around
12:58:15

Mark Murphy … I'm leaving Chatham. Do you know any pubs near Brighton train station?

Posted
29/12/2018 around
13:11:46

Well, today tell us if we are doing things right or if it is another of the many wrong dawns.

If we have inspiration for a top semi-final, let alone Top 6-7, then the Brighton teams are the teams we need to beat, either pretty or boring.

It is difficult to predict a grid position after the Burnley game. I might have been tempted to play 4 in the back and give Sigi a breather.

The next month will be crucial for us to earn points on the board, and above all, confidence and faith for the last third of the season.

Posted
29/12/2018 around
13:48:01

Bobby (19), I think he will be very good for us, wanted to score every day at all times, the chances were only 7/2
him with Mina 9/1 for a double.

Posted
29/12/2018 around
13:48:12

I can not understand why so many members make this game a barometer where we stand as a team. Of course, we expect a win, but we have no claim to beat a league team, just ask Man City or Chelsea fans.

We could lose today and then beat the next eight teams, or we could win and then be defeated by Leicester. There are no guarantees in the Prime Minister, I support only Everton and hope and pray for the best. Happy New Year to all Everton fans.

Posted
29/12/2018 around
13:59:24

For information about streams, see Reddit. I use a soda player to run the so-called Ace streams. Quality is great and buffered.

I'm looking forward to today's game. I would be tempted to rest on Siggy and see what Bernard offers more centrally

Posted
29/12/2018 around
14:21:00

I always use www.cricfree.org. You'll need to go through pop-up ads, and I'd recommend using Norton / McAfee security. You have to refresh sometimes.

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