Brighton & Hove Albion go into the third month of the season on a record-breaking nine-game unbeaten start to the season but they are also looking to end a spooky Halloween curse stretching back five years!
It's a frightening record; the Seagulls have not won during the month of October since an emphatic 3-0 win at Peterborough United in 2010.
Albion start the month at home to Cardiff City on Saturday 3rd October in a 3pm kick-off, where the Seagulls welcome former manager Russel Slade to the Amex.
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The international break gives Albion a two-week period without a game, before returning to action on Saturday 17th October away at Leeds United, 3pm kick-off.
They then host two of the league’s newboys in four days, starting with Bristol City in a Tuesday night game, before facing Preston North End on the Saturday.
The month’s action concludes on All Hallows’ Eve away at Reading where Albion will be looking to achieve a first win in Berkshire for 12 years.