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Brighton return to Premier League action after a Christmas break as Roberto De Zerbi’s side host Tottenham Hotspur.
The South Coast club secured a point against rivals Crystal Palace last Thursday, and could climb as high as seventh with a home victory.
Spurs rode their luck at times in their last outing against Everton, but a 2-1 win secured a valuable three points to ensure they spent Christmas in the top four.
There was more misfortune in that game for Ange Postecoglou, though, with another key figure set for a spell on the sidelines.
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When is Brighton vs Tottenham?
Brighton vs Tottenham is due to kick off at 7.30pm GMT on Thursday 28 December at the Amex Stadium.
How can I watch it?
Viewers in the United Kingdom can watch the match live on Amazon Prime Video, with coverage on the streaming service from 7pm GMT.
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Kaoru Mitoma is expected to be absent for a while due to an ankle issue — he joins Tariq Lamptey, Ansu Fati and Pervis Estupinan and others in a sizeable contingent at the club who are currently out of action. Danny Welbeck could contend to start up front.
Ange Postecoglou confirmed ahead of this fixture that Cristian Romero could miss as many as five weeks with the injury that forced his withdrawal against Everton, leaving the Australian manager without both of his first-choice centre-halves. Destiny Udogie is back available after serving his suspension; Yves Bissouma is not.
Brighton XI: Verbruggen; Hinshelwood, Van Hecke, Dunk, Igor; Baleba, Gilmour; Adingra, Gross, Buonanotte; Ferguson.
Tottenham XI: Vicario; Porro, Royal, Davies, Udogie; Skipp, Sarr; Johnson, Kulusevski, Son; Richarlison.
Brighton win 31/20
Tottenham win 31/20
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A score draw. Brighton 2-2 Tottenham