Albion claimed a dramatic victory at stadium:mk in March.
Brighton & Hove Albion collected eight points from a possible 12 in March to consolidate their position in the play-off places.
The Seagulls started the month with a second 0-0 draw of the season, against Preston at Deepdale. Chris Hughton's side had two goals ruled out during the game, but there was very little to choose between the teams.
Brighton moved ten points clear of seventh-placed Cardiff City with a 0-0 draw with Sheffield Wednesday at the Amex on 8th March.
James Wilson’s solitary strike was enough to secure a 1-0 win over Reading at the Amex a week later – a result which saw Albion move into the top two.
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Milton Keynes Dons were up next in what turned out to be a dramatic afternoon at stadium:mk the following Saturday.
Tomer Hemed’s 56th minute penalty gave Brighton the lead and he was on hand to double the advantage four minutes later.
Anthony Kay’s headed effort in the 70th minute ensured a nervy end to the game for Albion, which culminated in Carl Baker missing a stoppage time penalty for the Dons.
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