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20 September 2018

Linton Rogers
Albion host Tottenham Hotspur at the Amex Stadium this weekend.

Brighton & Hove Albion welcome Tottenham Hotspur to the Amex Stadium on Saturday evening, as they look to continue their unbeaten league start at home in front of the BT Sport cameras, kick-off 5.30pm.

The Seagulls have recovered from being two goals down in consecutive games against Fulham and Southampton, and Chris Hughton’s team will be looking to record their second victory of the campaign this weekend.

Spurs head into the game on the back of three consecutive defeats across the Premier League and Champions League, but the north London club occupy sixth position in the league ahead of Saturday’s fixtures.

It will be the third time Tottenham have visited the Amex, having played the first-ever game against Albion at the club's new stadium back in 2011, before last season’s 1-1 draw in the Premier League.


Hughton confirmed that Pascal Gross remains injured and will miss out again, however Florin Andone and Jose Izquierdo are both training and could come into contention at the Amex.

Spurs duo Moussa Sissoko and Dele Alli (both hamstring) have both returned to training and are expected to be fit for Saturday’s meeting on the south coast, but goalkeeper Hugo Lloris continues his rehabilitation.


The Seagulls bounced back from an opening-day defeat against Watford with an impressive 3-2 victory over Manchester United at the Amex Stadium.

Hughton’s side came close to snatching a point against Liverpool at Anfield but were undone by Mohammed Salah’s first-half strike, which came before a narrow home defeat to Southampton in the Carabao Cup.

Two second-half strikes from Glenn Murray overturned a 2-0 deficit when Fulham visited the Amex earlier this month, and the Albion forward then fired home from the penalty spot to complete another turnaround at St Mary’s.

Southampton put themselves 2-0 ahead after goals from Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg and Danny Ings, but Shane Duffy halved the deficit before Murray’s 90th-minute spot kick.

Spurs opened the season with three consecutive victories in the Premier League, but have since lost a hat-trick of matches, with their most recent defeat coming against Inter Milan at the San Siro.

Mauricio Pochettino’s team moved to nine points after three league matches with victories over Newcastle United, Fulham and Manchester United - the last of which was an eye-catching 3-0 win at Old Trafford.

But defeats to Watford and Liverpool have followed, before Tuesday evening’s 2-1 defeat in Italy, which saw the Serie A side overturn a one-goal deficit in the closing stages.


Without a victory in four league matches and looking to edge their way towards Premier League safety, Albion welcomed Tottenham to the Amex in April and the north London club had Champions League qualification in their sights.

Harry Kane broke the deadlock for the visitors three minutes after half-time, but the Seagulls reacted within minutes of going behind, after Serge Aurier brought down Jose Izquierdo inside the 18-yard box.

Pascal Gross took responsibility from the penalty spot and fired past Hugo Lloris to earn a share of the spoils for Hughton’s hard-working side.


Hojbjerg 35
Ings 65 pen

Duffy 67
Murray 90 pen

ALBION: Ryan; Montoya, Duffy, Dunk, Bong; Knockaert, Stephens, Bissouma (Locadia 76), March (Jahanbakhsh 71); Propper; Murray.

Subs not used: Button (GK), Bruno, Bernardo, Balogun, Kayal.


Icardi 85
Vecino 90+2

Eriksen 53

TOTTENHAM: Vorm; Aurier, Sanchez, Vertonghen, Davies; Dier, Dembele; Lamela (Winks 72), Eriksen, Son (Moura 64); Kane (Rose 90).

Subs not used: Gazzaniga (GK), Walker-Peters, Wanyama, Llorente.


Despite making a relatively slow start to the season, the 25-year-old has two goals in five Premier League matches and will be looking to add to his 110 top-flight goals, which have been scored across 158 matches.

Kane found the back of the net against the Seagulls at the Amex last season, as he fired 43 goals across all competitions for Pochettino’s team, including seven goals in seven Champions League matches.

The forward also scored six goals at this summer’s FIFA World Cup in Russia, which secured the Golden Boot award as England reached the semi-finals of the tournament.

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Match Reports


22 September 2018

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Glenn Murray in action against Tottenham Hotspur.
  • Albion beaten 2-1 by Tottenham Hotspur
  • Harry Kane gives Tottenham the lead from the penalty spot
  • Erik Lamela scores a second for Spurs
  • Anthony Knockaert replies in second-half stoppage time

Brighton & Hove Albion succumbed to their third league defeat of the season after being beaten 2-1 by Tottenham Hotspur.

Harry Kane’s first-half penalty and Erik Lamela’s strike after the break put the visitors two goals ahead, before Anthony Knockaert halved the deficit in the dying stages of the game.

Chris Hughton kept the same side that drew 2-2 with Southampton on Monday, while Florin Andone took his place on the bench for the first time this season.

Albion struggled to gain a foothold in the game during the opening stages, with Tottenham enjoying the majority of possession.

The visitors created their first chance when Toby Alderweireld attacked a corner and saw his deflected header saved brilliantly by Maty Ryan, before Davy Propper did enough to deter Jan Veronghen with his chance on the follow-up.

Down the other end, Knockaert drifted a deep free-kick towards Lewis Dunk, but the defender’s shot went past the far post.

The Frenchman then showed a brilliant piece of skill to bamboozle Lucas Moura, before being brought down by Danny Rose on the right-hand side. But the winger’s subsequent set-piece failed to find an Albion player in the Spurs box.

The Seagulls defence had to be alert to deal with the pace of Tottenham’s attacks, as Son Heung-Min’s close-range header from Kane’s cross was deflected over the bar.

Albion were dealt a blow when Dale Stephens was forced off injured following a coming-together with Moura, and was replaced by Beram Kayal.

Spurs were awarded a penalty after Glenn Murray was penalised for handball from Kieran Trippier’s free-kick, and Kane clinically dispatched the spot kick in the 42nd minute.

Albion came out of the traps quickly after the re-start and Knockaert cut inside from the right, but his resulting cross narrowly failed to find Solly March.

The latter was involved in the thick of the action again moments later after being brought down by Trippier, but Knockaert’s resulting set-piece delivery was headed over by Vertonghen.

Tottenham’s pace on the ball continued to cause Hughton’s men problems, as Christian Eriksen fired wide with a curling effort after being teed up by Moura on the edge of the area.

March was next to come close after latching onto Mousa Dembele’s short clearance, and the winger’s effort took a nick off Son before landing on the roof of the net.

Albion continued to press and Kayal managed to tee up Knockaert in the box, but the Frenchman took a touch and saw his close-range shot go straight at Paulo Gazzaniga in the Spurs goal.

Another chance went begging went Dunk won a tussle with Eric Dier in the box after meeting March’s corner, only for the centre-back to head over the bar.

But despite Albion’s much-improved second-half display, Pochettino’s men doubled their advantage through substitute Lamela, who fired home from Rose’s cross with 76 minutes on the clock.

The game headed into the closing stages and Knockaert handed Albion a late lifeline, as he broke forward and curled the ball into the far corner to make it 2-1 three minutes into stoppage time.

The Frenchman had another opportunity moments later, but Gazzaniga was equal to his effort, and the visitors held on for all three points on the south coast.

Albion will now turn their attentions to next week’s trip to the Etihad Stadium for a match against reigning Premier League champions Manchester City.

ALBION: Ryan; Montoya, Duffy, Dunk, Bong; Knockaert, Stephens (Kayal 21), Propper, March (Jahanbakhsh73) ; Bissouma (Locadia 79); Murray.

SUBS NOT USED: Button (GK), Balogun, Bernardo, Andone.


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Ticket News


21 September 2018

Linton Rogers
The pre-match brief for Albion v Tottenham
Brighton & Hove Albion welcome Tottenham Hotspur to the Amex in the Premier League on Saturday, 22nd September, kick-off 5.30pm.
The last time the two sides met back in April, Albion came away with a point after Pascal Gross’s penalty kick brought the score to 1-1 just two minutes after Tottenham took the lead.

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.
All supporters are asked to head to the stadium as early as possible regardless of how they are travelling.
Trains: Southern Rail have informed the club that they will be operating a full matchday service, but please check with Southern’s website prior to travelling.
Park & Rides: Due to building work, the park and ride at University of Brighton, Lewes Road, will be temporarily closed until January 2019.
Both locations at Brighton Racecourse & Mill Road will be open from 2.30pm. Please note that Mill Road is the most popular site and fills up very quickly.
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 Sussex University 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).
Car Park 5 at the University of Sussex, that is located by the sports hall, is being utilised to enable fans to be dropped off and picked up before and after the match.
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.
Opening and Closing Times
The club superstore will be open from 9am and will close at 8.15pm after the game. The shop is also closed during the match.
The ticket office will open from 11am until half-time.
Dick’s Bar is open from 2.30pm until kick-off and then after the match until 10pm. Please note this bar is only open to over-18s.
All concourses will open at 3.30pm. Post-match, East, South and West concourses will close at 9pm. North will close at 10pm.
1901 Club Lounges, HB’s Restaurant, Mullery’s and The Goldstone Restaurant will all open at 3pm. All restaurants will close at 9.30pm.
All lounges will close at 9pm with the exception of iTalk and Mayo Wynne Baxter Lounges, which will both close at 10pm.
Fans will be greeted by ‘Zoe Zori’ who will be playing on the bandstand from 4pm. The outside bar and food outlets will be open from 3.30pm. The outside bar will close at 4.45pm.
In the 1901 Club lounges, Dick’s Bar and concourses, Sky Sports News will be available to watch pre-and-post match on the screens.
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
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.
Bobby Zamora will be in the club superstore to meet supporters and sign merchandise from 2.30pm for approximately one hour.
The store is currently offering 40% off selected leisurewear.
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
Although not applicable for this fixture, The Brighton Main Line Improvement Project will be undertaking works from Three Bridges to Brighton and Three Bridges to Lewes from 16-24 February 2019 and over several weekends from October 2018 to May 2019.  Don’t miss the match, plan ahead – sign up for alerts at

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