It’s 10th versus 11th tonight as promotion hopefuls Brighton and Leeds go head-to-head at the Amex.

Gus Poyet’s side beat Leeds United 2-1 at Elland Road back in February to end Leeds’ seven game unbeaten run against Brighton.

The last time Brighton hosted this fixture, the result was a dramatic 3-3 draw. Leeds led 2-0 after 24 minutes thanks to goals from Ross McCormack and Andy Keogh, however, Craig Mackail-Smith struck either side of an Ashley Barnes penalty to give the hosts the lead. Leeds didn’t give up though and Ross McCormack grabbed his second in injury time to give Leeds a share of the spoils.

Our thanks as ever goes out to Kick-Off for providing us with the following statistical preview. Please feel free to add your predictions in the comments section below or tweet them to @TSSLUFC.

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  1. Matthew

    Should be a good game, and we should have a decent chance of winning this too. Brighton have lost 3 games, drawn 3 games out of their last 6. Essentially without a win in 6 games, and confidence is bound to be low. Granted we’ve been playing some dodgy football in the league and shouldn’t take them for granted, but easily a good chance to pick up 3 points today.


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