Stoke – Brighton (Preview, Prediction, Tips) 10.02.2018

Stoke – Brighton – At this Saturday’s 27th round of the English Premier League, the force will have two teams from the bottom of the table, with Stoke at the moment having three points less than the 13th Brighton. This is exactly why the home team has this time under a somewhat greater imperative to win than their rivals, while still needing to add that the fall of these teams in Brighton ended with a draw – 2: 2.

Stoke
However, we have already said that the Stoke team is now in the domestic field only interested in wins, since after last week’s visiting defeat of Bournemouth again fell into the defeat zone. However, 17th Swansea has the same number of points, while for example 12th West Ham is currently only three points to Stoke but also to the next Huddersfield, so that all the way to the very end of the championship is expecting an extremely uncertain fight for survival in the elite society.
And precisely for this reason, Lambert coaches would be very important if one of the direct competitors came to victory right now, just like they did in the domestic championship with Huddersfield two times ago. After that they played 0: 0 at home with Watford and missed a 2: 1 win last weekend from Bournemouth after passing Shaqiri by 5 minutes. Let’s just say that the injury and the encounter should only be missed by Fletcher midfielder and Jese attacker.
Believing Starlet Stoke: Butland – Bauer, Shawcross, Zouma, Pieters – Cameron, Ndiaye – Shaqiri, Allen, Choupo-Moting – Diouf

Brighton
As for Brighton guests, they were on the eve of the last round and dueling with West Ham were in a similar situation where Stoke’s team is now but they were excellent at the pressure and in front of domestic supporters came a very valuable win of 3: 1 . Namely, the popular “seagulls” again separated the three-point difference with the teams from the drop zone and will now also be against a direct competitor in the struggle for survival of power to play a somewhat raster match.
However, from Hughton’s chosen coach this season, we are used to something better at home than on a side where somehow, by tradition, they are quite offensive and aim at at least one point. So before two wagers against the “saints” came just to a 1: 1 draw at the guests, while in the fourth round of FA Cup 1: 0 celebrated over Middlesbrough. As for the problem with absenteeism, Sidwella and Locadie and Skalaka’s attackers are still questioning the injuries.

Tip for Stoke – Brighton :

– Stoke win @ 2.25