Match: Bournemouth vs Brighton
League: English Premier League
Date: Tuesday, 21 January 2020
Kick-off at 19:30 UK/ 20:30 CET
Venue: Vitality Stadium (Bournemouth).
Bournemouth vs Brighton: The two teams are going through one of the most difficult phases of their respective campaigns and will be desperate to get the lowest possible point. With this in mind, with defenses escaping from both, it seems that we are in line for a festive goal.
There were a total of eleven goals in the previous three games.
Four of the previous six games on this site had goals from both teams.
The most recent meeting there ended with a 1 to 3 victory for Brighton.
Since 2007, however, only once have visitors won this stadium.
Bournemouth was on tour the last day of the game and faced the newest Norwich. However, the team lost the match and the score was 1-0.
Meanwhile, Brighton was at home and had closed the horns with Aston Villa. Although the hosts managed to take a 1-0 lead at the start, Villa tied the score late and kept it that way until the final whistle.
Although the outcome of this next meeting may change in both directions, the objectives are given based on the mood of the teams. The season is coming to an end and they must ensure safety before it is too late.
Both teams cross difficult courses without a victory and, as such, the points are in great demand. At this time, we can expect each team to seek victory, instead of playing the game with too much security. At this point, it makes no sense to be too careful and avoid losses.
Bournemouth, the hosts are 19th in the table, are on a four-game losing streak and have no victories in six games. They have not kept a clean sheet in their last twelve games of PL and have conceded two or more times here in three of their last five league games.
In addition, they have not won in 16 of their 19 previous games, and have won in seven of their nine games before the public.
On the other hand, Watford has not won in eight of its nine previous PL games, and has won nine of its ten previous away games. They also lost seven of those ten car trips.
In addition, the last h2h games were of a very high level and, in fact, the last three only produced a total of eleven goals. In addition, both teams have scored twice or more in three of the last five h2h battles.
Finally, five of the previous nine games of h2h and three of the previous five on this site have also scored three or more goals.
Based on all these observations, it was decided that the battle between Bournemouth and Brighton should have at least three goals in total, with any team.