After the striking scoring of Manchester United this weekend, it is a supposedly very revamped Brighton who takes the Crystal Palace home.
The gaming companies are clear that the team is seen as relatively smooth before the match, but we are asking ourselves directly. Roy Hodgson has certainly got his team ready since he took over, but Brighton away is still a tough match.
Notice that Brighton had five straight without loss before meeting Manchester United at Old Trafford. There was, among other things, a 3-0 win over West Ham among the matches. In other words, it is a team that should be more active.
Visitors then make Crystal Palace, which since Roy Hodgson took over has gotten orders at the village. Suddenly, it looks a bit more stable, even if that real ice-cold has been waiting for it. The 2-1 win against Chelsea in mid-October and the win last time at home against Stoke City is what the team can present in the form of three points. By the way, there are a few streaks and some honorable losses.
In our eyes, the home team is very clear favorites here. The gaming companies tend to underestimate this well-organized Brighton, which can actually threaten many teams with a stable defense game as a basis.