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Brighton saw their miserable run of form continue last weekend as they were held to a goalless draw at home to bottom side Norwich. It was a bad day at the office on Monday night for Arsenal who were out-thought and fought in a 3-0 loss to Palace.
The draw for the Seagulls last weekend stopped a six-game losing streak but they are still seven without a win. For the Gunners it is two defeats in their last three as they fell behind Tottenham in the Champions League race.
At the Emirates, the North-London outfit have won three of their last four with the other a defeat to Liverpool. Away from home, the South Coast side have their lost two but prior to that were unbeaten in six.
In six of their last ten matches in front of their own fans Arsenal have managed to keep a clean sheet. A lack of goals is a clear issue for Brighton who have netted just one time in their last seven.
Bukayo Saka is making a case for himself to be the PFA Young Player of the Year with nine goals for the season and three in his last seven. Brighton need someone to step up with Neal Maupay their only player to have more than five goals in this campaign.
Arsenal vs Brighton: Match Stats
Crystal Palace were too good for Arsenal on Monday night but this looks the perfect bounce back game for the Gunners against an out of confidence Brighton. Backing the Gunners to win to nil is the playing giving the visitors have just one goal in seven.
One Arsenal player whose flying is Bukayo Saka with nine goals this season and three in his last seven. He looks over-priced here to score at any time against a visting defence that has kept just one road clean sheet in their last 13.
2 October 2021: Brighton 0-0 Arsenal- Premier League
23 May 2021: Arsenal 2-0 Brighton- Premier League
29 December 2020: Brighton 0-1 Arsenal- Premier League
20 June 2020: Brighton 2-1 Arsenal- Premier League
5 December 2019: Arsenal 1-2 Brighton- Premier League
The reverse fixture came in October and on that occasion it finished goalless stretching it to three meetings unbeaten for the Gunners. Nicolas Pepe loves a meeting with the Seagulls grabbing three in his last three.