Brighton host Everton this weekend and Chris Hughton will be hoping his side will be able to capitalise on the Toffees’ struggles.
Brighton lost away to Arsenal before the international break, however, they will be buoyed by their showing at the Emirates and their home form too.
They sit 14th in the league, having won two of their last four games, whereas Everton have struggled for goals and consistency this season.
They lost to Burnley at Goodison Park and drew with Apollon in the Europa League.
Here are all the match details:
When is Brighton vs Everton?
The game will be played on Sunday 15 October at the Amex Stadium.
What time is Brighton vs Everton kick-off?
Kick-off is at 1.30pm.
What TV channel is Brighton vs Everton on?
The game will not be shown on UK television – despite it being moved to Sky Sports’ traditional 1.30pm slot on Sunday.
The game was moved for international interest, with India’s Star Sports picking it up.
UK viewers will have to watch it on Match of the Day 2 on Sunday night.
What is the Brighton vs Everton team news?
Phil Jagielka will return for Everton after being sidelined since the Manchester United game with a hamstring problem.
Seamus Coleman and Yannick Bolasie are still sidelined.
Brighton will be without Sam Baldock, Tomer Hemed and Biram Kayal.
Hemed received a three-game ban for violent conduct after stamping on DeAndre Yedlin in the win over Newcastle.
What are the latest odds? (Courtesy of Betfair)
Brighton – 23/10
Draw – 23/10
Everton – 7/5
- Everton have scored just six goals in their last 12 matches in the Premier League, failing to score on seven occasions.
- This will be the first top-flight meeting between Brighton and Everton since April 1983.
- Ronald Koeman has won just 18.2% of his Premier League away games in charge of Everton.