Brighton and Hove Albion are a Premier League club who are often called by their nickname, the Seagulls. Under the stewardship of former manager Chris Hughton, Brighton made it to the top division for the first time in 2017 and successfully staved off the threat of relegation in the last two seasons, but he’s now been replaced by Graham Potter. They play their games at the AMEX Stadium, having moved there in July 2011. The Atadium holds over 30,000 fans and the record attendance came in their clash with Liverpool in 2017/18, which they lost 5-1. As a club Brighton was formed in 1901, and they have never won a major trophy in their history, only reaching the final of the FA Cup on one occasion, in 1983.
Goalkeepers: Mat Ryan, David Button, Jason Steele
Defenders: Gaetan Bong, Lewis Dunk, Shane Duffy, Adam Webster, Bernardo, Matthew Clarke
Midfielders: Dale Stephens, Beram Kayal, Pascal Groß, Solly March, Aaron Mooy, Davy Pröpper
Forwards: Glenn Murray, Jose Iziquierdo, Jürgen Locadia, Yves Bissouma, Alireza Jahanbakhsh, Leandro Trossard, Neal Maupay
Brighton survived the relegation battle last season by the skin of their teeth, and despite making an FA Cup semi final, Chris Hughton paid a heavy price with his job. The Seagulls were criticised for the decision, but in truth their form in the second half of the season was very poor. Brighton are also looking to make it to the next level, and that desire has seen other clubs come unstuck in the past. Graham Potter has arrived from Swansea, where he had just one year, so there is definitely a risk involved there, but he will help the team get on the front foot with his philosophy. Hughton had the team playing defensively.
Graham Potter to leave by May @ 5/4 Betfair
To be relegated 15/8
Top half finish 5/1