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Brighton & Hove Albion and Tottenham Hotspur will both be aiming to bounce back from respective defeats in Wednesday’s Premier League encounter at the Amex Stadium.

The Seagulls were on the wrong end of a 2-0 scoreline against Liverpool last time out, while Antonio Conte’s side were sunk 3-2 by top-four rivals Manchester United.

Robert Sanchez may have inexplicably escaped punishment for his high challenge on Luis Diaz during Saturday’s early kickoff, but the Brighton goalkeeper could only watch the ball trickle into the back of the net as his unorthodox attempts to stop the Liverpool attacker failed to bear fruit.

Mohamed Salah made sure of the result for Liverpool from the spot after Yves Bissouma’s handball in the 61st minute as Brighton’s dreadful run of form continued, with Graham Potter’s side now looking down the table rather than towards the top half.

The Seagulls’ solid start to the campaign has been consigned to history as they occupy 13th spot in the rankings – still just three points off a potential place in the top 10 – and there should not be any demotion fears around the Amex with Brighton 11 clear of the drop zone.

A run of five successive defeats can arguably be viewed as relegation form – with Brighton only finding the back of the net once and conceding at least twice in every game during that miserable period – and Potter’s draw specialists have certainly lost their resilient streak.

The Seagulls have also now lost their last three on the bounce at home without scoring following the loss to Liverpool and have only prevailed in one of their last 11 Premier League games at the Amex, so the stage is set for Antonio Conte’s side to bounce back.

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