David Easson and Paul Robinson - Premier League Preview - West Ham v Brighton
Betting Radio's Dynamic Duo look ahead to West Ham v Brighton
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Paul Robinson Previews West Ham v Brighton
Brighton were dominant against Spurs and they rightfully beat them and beat them well. 4-2 is a little bit flattering. We always say Brighton are good for a goal, but they're always good to concede a goal and I don't think still they've had a Premier League clean sheet. Brighton and both teams to score has been a great bet all season.
Now they go to West Ham who had a fantastic win against Manchester United, an unbelievable win against Arsenal and yet still people are calling for David Moyes to lose his job while sitting sixth in the Premier League, competing in Europe, European Trophy in the Cabinet. I mean what more do some people want?! I'd still take winning over a certain style of football,
This is a cracking game. West Ham at the London Stadium have been very good this year. The frontline with Bowen, Paqueta and Kudus. They are defensively organised and robust, which I think Brighton will find difficult at times to unlock the door. I don't think it will be a free flowing, high scoring game. I think Brighton will get one because that's what they do, but I fancy West Ham to outscore them at home.
Tottenham played into Brighton’s hands. They were open and expansive and Brighton loved that but when they have to pick the lock and they have to break teams down they find that a little bit more difficult.
Brighton will have to go there and find a way. I fancy them for a goal but I don't fancy them for the victory.
West Ham and both teams to score is 3/1
2-1 to the Hammers is my score shout at 10/1