BHA Vs WOL Fantasy Team Probable Playing 11 And Match Report: Brighton find themselves on the anvil of the relegation zone.
Relegation is starting to look a very real possibility for Brighton this season. Without a win in the course of the last month after being downed 1-0 by Arsenal, the club finds itself a measly two points above the drop.
And with Fulham slowly picking up speed and punching above their weight, Brighton know another defeat could see them very well begin the new year inside the relegation zone. The screws have well and truly come off at the club with the team dwindling in form with each passing match.
Its not just Brighton who find themselves in a spot of bother at the minute though. Wolverhampton find themselves in unfamiliar territory as well with the club plummeting all the way down into 12th place after failing to win four of its last five fixtures.
BHA Vs WOL Fantasy Probable Winner
Today’s clash should finally swing in Wolverhampton’s favour with the club managing to pull off the three points against Brighton.
Probable Playing 11
- Jose, Florin and Tariq are all out with ongoing injuries for Brighton.
- Raul and Jonny have sustained injuries for Wolverhampton.
Sanchez, Webster, Dunk, White, Veltman, Bissouma, Propper, Lallana, March, Maupay, Welbeck
Patricio, Coady, Saiss, Kilman, Ait-Nouri, Neves, Moutinho, Semedo, Podence, Neto, Silva
Premier League 2020-21
Match: Brighton Vs Wolverhampton
Date And Time: 2nd January, Saturday- 11:00pm IST
Venue: Amex Stadium, Brighton
Television: Star Sports Select 1/HD, Disney+ Hotstar
Top Goal Scorer
- Maupay: 5 Goals
- Neto: 4 Goals, 3 Assists
Now Brighton’s main goal-keeper, Robert Sanchez showed why he’s deserving of the role with a tenacious showing against Arsenal.
Having failed to have scored in three of their last five matches, its safe to say that Brighton are in a rut when it comes to the attacking side of the game. This dreary setup will falter in its attempts of mustering up a goal today as well to see us opt for Roman Saiss, Conor Coady and Nelson Semedo from Wolverhampton.
After trying out new players, Nuno has understood that Ruben Neves and Joao Moutinho are his finest names in midfield. The two have once again taken over the park for the club with their ball handling abilities seeing them spray the ball all over the surface.
The one goal and one assist for Solly March see him retain his place in our team with the gritty Yves Bissouma assisting him.
Brighton’s leading scorer with the five goals, Maupay wraps up our set of picks for the day from the club. The opposition will meanwhile also see top scorer, Pedro Neto be inducted in our team with Daniel Podence who has the three goals and two assists assisting him.
Captain And Vice-Captain
Neto’s four strikes make him our captain while Neves is the vice-captain.
Sanchez, Saiss, Coady, Semedo, Neves, Moutinho, March, Yves, Maupay, Neto, Podence
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