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22 November 2018

Paul Hazlewood
Pascal Gross in training ahead of the Leicester City match.

Brighton & Hove Albion will look to return to winning ways when Leicester City visit the Amex Stadium in the Premier League on Saturday afternoon, kick-off 3pm.

After recording three consecutive victories in October, the Seagulls opened the current month with defeats to Everton and Cardiff City on the road before the international break.

But Chris Hughton’s side have taken ten points from a possible 15 at the Amex this season, and Saturday provides another opportunity to strengthen their positive record on the south coast.

The Foxes arrive on the back of three games without defeat, most recently being held to a goalless draw to Burnley at the King Power Stadium.

Albion occupy 12th spot in the Premier League ahead of this weekend’s clash, three points behind Claude Puel’s team who find themselves in tenth.


Albion midfielder Dale Stephens will miss Saturday's game at the Amex, as he serves the first game of his three-match suspension, following his red card at Cardiff last time out.

Hughton confirmed that Pascal Gross and Davy Propper are both back in training and available for selection this weekend, while Alireza Jahanbakhsh (hamstring) remains sidelined.

Leicester are expected to be without Harry Maguire (knee), but midfielder James Maddison (knee) could return to the fold after missing his team’s previous match.

Daniel Amartey (ankle) and Matty James (achilles) both remain sidelined for the visitors.


The Seagulls sealed a hat-trick of victories in October, but back-to-back defeats earlier this month prevented Hughton’s side from climbing further up the league table.

West Ham United, Newcastle United and Wolverhampton Wanderers were all beaten by a 1-0 scoreline, before visits to Goodison Park and the Cardiff City Stadium.

Lewis Dunk has found the back of the net in consecutive matches, but neither of his back-post headers have been enough to seal points, as Albion lost 3-1 and 2-1 respectively.

The Foxes ended October with a 3-1 defeat against Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium and a 1-1 draw against West Ham at the King Power Stadium.

An emotional victory was secured against Cardiff a week later, as Demarai Gray fired the winning goal, before Puel’s team shared the spoils with Burnley on home soil.


Hughton’s men held their own against the Foxes for 83 minutes, but Vicente Iborra’s goal broke the deadlock after Glenn Murray’s 76th-minute penalty was saved by Kasper Schmeichel.

The entire Leicester back-line received yellow cards as Albion threatened from wide positions, but the visitors defended well to prevent the Seagulls from going ahead or levelling the game.

Wilfred Ndidi was then sent off in the 87th minute for two bookable offences, but it didn't stop Jamie Vardy from rounding off the scoring deep into stoppage time to claim a 2-0 win at the Amex.


Paterson 28
Bamba 90

Dunk 6

Albion line-up: Ryan; Montoya, Duffy, Dunk, Bong; Knockaert, Stephens, Kayal, Izquierdo; March (Bissouma 39); Murray (Andone 63).

Subs not used: Steele (GK), Bernardo, Balogun, Bruno, Gyokeres.




Leicester City line-up: Schmeichel; Pereira, Morgan, Evans (Soyuncu 90), Chilwell; Mendy, Ndidi; Albrighton (Iheanacho 60), Ghezzal, Gray (Okazaki 84); Vardy.

Subs not used: Ward (GK), Simpson, Fuchs, Iborra.


The full-back has played every minute of Premier League football for the Foxes so far this season — producing form that has also seen the 21-year-old start the last four matches for England.

Chilwell broke into Leicester’s first team during the 2016/17 season and made 12 appearances in the Premier League, while also featuring twice in the UEFA Champions League against Porto and Atletico Madrid.

A further 24 league appearances came during the following campaign, as the full-back began to show his quality down the left flank to help the Foxes to a ninth-placed finish.

In recent weeks Chilwell has chipped in with assists against Arsenal and Cardiff City away from home, while also setting up Harry Kane’s winning goal against Croatia in the UEFA Nations League.

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Match Reports


24 November 2018

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Paul Hazlewood
Pascal Gross in action against Leicester City at the Amex Stadium.
  • Albion draw 1-1 with Leicester City at the Amex
  • Glenn Murray scores on his 100th Premier League appearance
  • The Seagulls move seven points clear of the bottom three
  • Albion travel to Huddersfield Town next Saturday
Brighton & Hove Albion were forced to settle for a share of the spoils following a frustrating 1-1 draw with Leicester City at the Amex Stadium.
Glenn Murray scored on his 100th Premier League appearance to give Albion the lead, but substitute Jamie Vardy levelled the scoreline with a second-half penalty to earn a point for the Foxes after a resurgent second-half display.
Chris Hughton made four changes to the side that lost to Cardiff City before the international break, with Bruno, Bernardo, Davy Propper and Pascal Gross all coming into the side.
Albion created their first chance when Beram Kayal intercepted Vicente Iborra, and after playing a one-two with Gross, the Israeli saw his shot pushed away by Kasper Schmeichel.
Another opportunity came moments later when Knockaert was fouled on the edge of the box, but the Frenchman’s resulting strike was blocked by the Leicester wall.
But the deadlock was broken courtesy of Murray, as his superb glancing header from Knockaert’s corner flew past Schmeichel to mark a century of Premier League appearances with a goal.
The goal also ended Murray’s Leicester hoodoo, as the Seagulls frontman had failed to score in any of his last seven matches against the Foxes.
Gross had the ball in the back of the net for Albion just shy of the half-hour mark, but the German’s strike was ruled out for offside despite replays appearing to show otherwise.
Moments later the Seagulls had a one-man advantage too, when James Maddison was shown a second yellow card for diving inside the area - referee Christopher Kavanagh showed no hesitation in giving the Leicester number ten his marching orders.
Albion worked another opening following some brilliant link-up play between Bruno and Propper, which allowed Izquierdo to play in Murray, but the frontman was flagged offside.
After a quiet opening ten minutes to the second half, Gross played in Izquierdo, and the Colombian found Shane Duffy inside the box, and he swivelled to see his scissor-kick saved by Schmeichel.
The visitors freshened up their attack with the introduction of Vardy just shy of the hour mark, and the former England forward immediately applied pressure on the Albion defence as he clashed with Maty Ryan in an attempt to chase down the ball.
Play was paused as the shot-stopper received treatment, but the Australian was able to continue.
Izquierdo was one of Albion’s liveliest players going forward, and after linking up with Bernardo, he cut inside off the left flank and shot just wide of the right post.
The Foxes arguably had the better of the play in the second half though, and Kayal was penalised for a challenge on Kelechi Iheanacho inside the box and Kavanagh pointed to the spot.
Vardy made no mistake from the resulting penalty and sent Ryan the wrong way to level the scores in the 79th minute.
Albion broke forward in a bid to re-establish their lead, as March saw his shot trickle wide, before he turned provider for Duffy, whose faintest of headers went narrowly wide.
The visitors could've claimed three points late on, but Iheanacho dragged his left-footed strike wide and the points were shared.
ALBION: Ryan; Bruno, Duffy, Dunk, Bernardo; Knockaert (March 72), Propper, Kayal, Izquierdo; Gross (Andone 81); Murray (Locadia 89).
SUBS NOT USED: Steele (GK), Bong, Balogun, Bissouma.

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Ticket News


23 November 2018

Linton Rogers
The pre-match brief for Albion v Leicester City.
Brighton & Hove Albion welcome Leicester City to the Amex in the Premier League on Saturday, 24th November, kick-off 3pm.
A Golden Boot trophy presentation will taken place to celebrate Glenn Murray’s 100-goal milestone. This will be presented to Glenn by supporter Laurence Roberts after the players have warmed up.
Prohibited Items
Please note, the club has taken the step to add flasks, cartons and larger bottles – in whatever material they are made from – to the prohibited list from this season. The full list of prohibited items can be found here.
Travel Information
Trains: Southern Rail have informed the club that they will be operating a full-day match service, to and from Falmer; however, for supporters travelling from the London area, note that the Brighton Main Line will be closed between Three Bridges and Brighton and Three Bridges and Lewes over the weekend. Don’t miss the match, plan ahead – sign up for alerts at
Southern will be operating a bus replacement service from Three Bridges to Brighton and Lewes respectively, but please check with Southern’s website prior to travelling.
Park & Rides: Both Brighton Racecourse & Mill Road will be open from 12pm.
Car Parks: The Bridge (Car Park B) and Sussex University (Car Park C) have now completely sold out, and there will be no cash sales on the day. Supporters are therefore advised to use public transport wherever possible.
All vehicles accredited to park at the University of Sussex must enter via Stanmer Park, as there will be no entry at Falmer or Knights Gate.

Village Way will be extremely busy and congested, and supporters are advised to avoid this area both pre-and-post-match, unless they have pre-booked parking.
Parking: We have no local street parking available to football supporters, as all areas have a residents parking scheme in operation, and enforcement officers will be on patrol.
Seagull Travel: Seagull Travel will be running their usual matchday services from various locations, and spaces are available to pre-book via their website.
Drop-offs & Pick-ups: There will be no pick-ups or drop-offs along Village Way, or at the Woollard Way (entrance to the Bridge car park), and supporters are advised to use our official drop off and pick up point located at University of Sussex (Car Park 5), located by the Sports Hall.

This drop-off/pick-up point is a short walk through the underpass to the Amex Stadium. There is also a free shuttle bus in operation.
All supporters are asked to head to the stadium as early as possible regardless of how they are travelling.
Opening and Closing Times
The club superstore will be open from 9am and will close at 6pm after the game. The shop is also closed during the match.
The ticket office will open from 9am until half-time. The ticket office will be closed during the second half; however, it will remain open for 30 minutes after the match.
Dick’s Bar is open from 12pm until kick-off and then after the match until 7.30pm. Please note this bar is only open to over-18s.
All concourses will open at 1pm. Post-match, the East and West concourses will close at 6.30pm. The North concourse will close at 7.30pm.
The 1901 Club Lounges, HB’s Restaurant, Mullery’s and The Goldstone Restaurant will all open at 12.30pm. All restaurants will close at 7pm.
All lounges will close at 6.30pm, with the exception of the iTalk and Mayo Wynn Baxter lounges, which both close at 7.30pm.
The fanzone and food outlets will open at 12pm. Fans will be greeted by ‘Plain English’ who will be playing on the bandstand from 1.30pm. The outside bar will close at 2.15pm.
In the 1901 Club lounges, Dick’s Bar and concourses, the TV screens will be showing Rotherham United v Sheffield United pre-match, and Tottenham Hotspur v Chelsea post-match.
Ticket Office
Please note this game has now sold out. However, there are a limited number of tickets available through the official ticket exchange available to supporters with a purchase history. Please visit for more information. Please note tickets must be booked in advance.
Club Superstore
As part of Albion’s Blue Weekend, the store will be offering a 20% discount on a range of items. Supporters are advised to arrive early to avoid queues.

The two external retail outlets will be open for this fixture. They are situated at the south-east approach T-junction, and north-west corner, stocking a range of souvenirs.
Supporters wishing to get shirts printed are advised this is best done post-match to avoid long waiting times.
1901 Club Lounge Dress Code
We would like to take this opportunity to remind members that the dress code for the 1901 Club is smart business attire for all guests, male and female.
Acceptable attire includes smart jeans, smart boots, clean trainers and canvas shoes.
Please note that ripped jeans, shorts and flip-flops are not permitted. Hospitality guests dining in either restaurant will still be required to wear shoes; trainers will not be permitted in dining areas.
Men must wear a collared shirt or polo shirt. Football shirts, polo-neck and turtleneck sweaters are not acceptable.
Only guests aged under 14 may wear Brighton & Hove Albion replica shirts. Away team colours or shirts are not permitted under any circumstances. Please ensure your guests are aware of and adhere to the dress code as entry will not be permitted if they are not dressed accordingly.
Unfortunately, we will be unable to reseat 1901 Club members or their guests in general admission areas of the stadium if refused admission to the 1901 Club.
Other Information
The match predictor is now live on Albion’s app. Download here for iPhone or here for Android and predict the score for the match.

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