In a weekend match in week 5, on Sun Sep 19th, Brighton & Hove Albion plays host to Leicester City in a Premier League match. Brighton & Hove Albion is fresh off their 0-2 loss against Everton. Demarai Gray scored the first goal for Everton in the 41st minute, then Dominic Calvert-Lewin added another in the 58th minute from the penalty spot In the end, Brighton & Hove Albion was frustrated by Everton’s defence and couldn’t put any tallies on the board. Everton ended the match with the shutout victory. Brighton & Hove Albion is looking for direction having 2 win and 1 losses in their last 10 matches, while in Leicester City’s last match they recorded a 2-1 win against Norwich City. Jamie Vardy struck first for Leicester City in the 8th minute, then Teemu Pukki tied it up for Norwich City in the 44th minute. Leicester City is looking for direction having earned 13 points in their last 10 matches.
Brighton & Hove Albion and Leicester City last played eachother at the King Power Stadium on the 10th of February. Leicester City was victorious by a score of 1 to 0. Kelechi Iheanacho struck first for Leicester City in the %Minute minute of the %HalfNumber half’s stoppage time, and that was all the excitement the two teams could muster At the end of 90 a dissapointed Brighton & Hove Albion couldn’t manage to score, and Leicester City took the shutout win.
Jamie Vardy has been on a hot streak lately. In the last five games, the attacker has scored four goals for Leicester City. Neal Maupay has been the most prolific scorer on Brighton & Hove Albion in his last 5 matches with two goals
Graham Potter’s squad will be without Dan Burn, while Brendan Rodgers’s Leicester City squad will be without Ryan Bertrand, Ayoze Pérez, Nampalys Mendy, Wesley Fofana and James Justin.