Elland Road, Leeds, England
Key Stat: Only West Brom have conceded more goals in the Premier League this season than Leeds (30).
Expert Verdict: Expect goals in this match, with Brighton's 18 league games having seen 50 goals scored and Leeds' 17 matches bringing 63. Leeds, with home advantage but also with seven wins to Brighton’s two so far this season, go into the game as favourites.
Mid-table Leeds United welcome 17th-placed Brighton & Hove Albion to Elland Road as the Seagulls look to record a much-needed Premier League win. The match, on Saturday January 15, kicks off at 15:00 local time and puts two of the higher-scoring teams from the bottom half of the table against each other.
Defenders:Stuart Dallas, Luke Ayling, Liam Cooper, Ezgjan Alioski
Defensive Midfielders:Mateusz Klich
Attacking Midfielders:Raphinha, Rodrigo, Pablo Hernandez, Jack Harrison
Defenders:Adam Webster, Lewis Dunk, Dan Burn
Midfielders:Joel Veltman, Yves Bissouma, Ben White, Solly March
Forwards:Leandro Trossard, Neil Maupay, Alexis Mac Allister
This is the first top-flight meeting between these two teams since 1982 and their first match of any kind since each beat the other 2-0 at home in Brighton’s most recent season in the Championship in 2016-17.
Leeds United are favourites to win this game but can be backed at 11/10 with 10Bet to get that victory.
With goals aplenty in both teams’ matches so far this season, you can back over 2.5 goals at 8/13 with Bet365 and Betway.
Patrick Bamford is looking to get back to goalscoring ways and he is 21/20 with 888sport to score at any time. Neal Maupay has a good record against Leeds, meanwhile, and he is 7/4 with Bet365 for Brighton.
Leeds United are favourites at home for a game in which there could be plenty of goals judging by both teams’ form so far this season.