An intense weekend on the British Isles is added to the actions, but at the same time it will be extended a little easier to Monday evening’s meeting between Brighton & Hove Albion and Stoke City.
On the one hand, there is a Brighton which, in our eyes, is absolutely not to be underestimated, but has proven to be a well-organized and thus difficult team during the season’s leadership. That makes us take for granted that they actually manage a new contract for no unpredictable happening.
It also means that the team suddenly has more pressure in this kind of matches, at home against Stoke. Now it can actually be daring to dare go for the victory as well. At home, we also know that the team is very safe, so we expect Brighton to dare to move forward.
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Guests then make a Stoke that is very difficult, but has quality enough to blend a battle on the upper half. Unfortunately, it was released too much backwards and in addition, it has made a clear inability to find a level playing field. Frustrating, may seem.
On the other hand, there is quality in the team, and it is not rarely offered for entertainment. As a neutral spectator, we should not be too negative for such a team. In the run-up to Brighton, we think we know that Stoke actually wants to go for three points. Thus we get two teams moving forward, something that can lead to an open story.
Brighton misses Steve Sidwell, while the guests can manage without goalkeeper Jack Butland and Stephen Ireland.
Over 2 goals (Asian handicap) gives 1,85 times the dough at bet365. It is higher than expected and seen. Then we get the money back at exactly two goals.