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3 things to look out for in the Brighton v Wolves match



Fourth placed Brighton host Wolves at the Amex Stadium, hoping to return to winning ways.


Brighton are without a win in five games and have slipped from top to fourth over the festive period – Albion have lost their previous two home games against Middlesbrough and Ipswich.

Wolves are hoping to make it three wins in a row and close the gap on the top six, as they are currently in 11th and nine points from the play-offs.

On-loan Dutch winger Rajiv van La Parra is missing from the Brighton line up against parent club Wolves.

Here are THREE things to look out for in today’s game……..

1). Bobby Zamora

Bobby could make a return to the starting line up today.

Zamora returned to Brighton in the summer and has scored five goals so far this season, and is still a potent threat.

With Brighton manager looking to find the winning formula, Bobby could be the striker who offers a lot at this level, to kick start their 2016 with a bang.

2) Benik Afobe

Ten goals in 26 games is a fair return and he has been linked with moves away from Wolverhampton, though, the 22-year-old forward has lost a little form in recent games.

However, his quality is there to see, and the new year could see him come back into form and fire Wolves further up the table.

He has pace to cause all sorts of problems for the Brighton back line.

3) Brighton’s home form.

Brighton may have lost the previous two home games, but before that they had the best home record in the division, W8 D2 L2, which is still impressive.

Brighton boss Chris Hughton, will be looking for a reaction from his players and a return to the form that saw them go 21 games unbeaten in 2015.

Brighton and Wolves fans have your say……What do you think the score will be? Will Wolves keep hold of Afobe in January? Will Brighton return to winning ways? Where do you think your team will finish this season? Leave your predictions and comments below!

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