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Brighton vs Man City: Predictions
Man City wrapped up the Premier League title last week and celebrated in their bonkers 4-3 win over Newcastle United in which they rested a number of players. But in the penultimate game of the Premier League season, the Citizens will want to start getting ready for the Champions League final.
That 4-3 win over Newcastle continued Man City’s excellent run away from home in the Premier League, with Pep Guadiola’s side winning their past 12 league games on the road, an English league record. It’s also more aways wins than any other Premier League team has managed in general this season.
In the closing stages of the season, Brighton have been a strange team, struggling to string together any run of results. Despite winning just one of their past seven Premier League matches, Brighton have only lost three times with three draws including a 1-1 result against West Ham last time out.
Nevertheless, the Seagulls are safe for another season and will be looking to end the campaign on a high in front of their fans for the final game at the Amex until 2021/22.
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Brighton vs Man City: Match Stats
As mentioned, Man City have been ruthless in the league away from home and they will not want to that to end at the Amex on Tuesday. The Citizens have also enjoyed a massively one-sided record against Brighton in the Premier League, with seven wins and an aggregate score of 21-2. Although Man City did concede three against Newcastle on Friday, Scott Carson is unlikely to start in goal, with Ederson looking to secure the Golden Glove.
Sergio Aguero’s time at Man City is running out, but Tuesday presents one final opportunity for him to hurt Brighton. The Argentinian has scored in all four of his Premier League matches against Brighton, netting five goals in total.
13 January 2021 – Man City 1-0 Brighton – Premier League
11 July 2020 – Brighton 0-5 Man City – Premier League
31 August 2019 – Man City 4-0 Brighton – Premier League
12 May 2019 – Brighton 1-4 Man City – Premier League
06 April 2019 – Man City 1-0 Brighton – FA Cup
After losing by an aggregate score of 9-0 in the Premier League last season, Graham Potter’s Brighton were able to restrict Man City to a 1-0 win in January. However, it does mean Brighton have lost their past eight games against Man City in all competitions since a penalty shootout victory in the 2008/09 League Cup.