Leicester sacked their manager after 1:4 home defeat against Crystal Palace and the side is aiming to benefit from a new manager factor. The side has no wins in last six Premiership rounds, being now eight points above the red zone – but in close to a must-win situation here to revert the things a bit.
Last Brighton’s game in Premier League was almost three weeks ago now when the team lost to Burnley at home 1:3. It was also their sixth game with no win, while the team enjoys some success in FA Cup since they reached the quarterfinals winning over Derby at home two weeks ago.
The Foxes miss right back Amartey (9/0), midfielder Albrighton (22/2), while doubtful is left back Chilwell (25/0). The visitors miss suspended forward Andone (15/2), injured Balogun (8/1). Doubtful are offensive Izquierdo (9/0), Locadia (20/2) and a couple of more.
The Foxes have four defeats in a row at home and surely must respond here. The side didn’t look that poor actually and this game comes as a perfect way to bounce back to positive ways. They should be able to get the victory and surely have the quality for that.