KICK off: 14 March 14:00
Team news: Ibrahima Diallo, Kyle Walker-Peters and Takumi Minamino recovered from injury to start against Sheffield United last week, but all three dropped out of the side to face Man City. Hasenhuttl should recall the trio for this match, which takes priority over the trip to the Etihad Stadium, while Nathan Tella is another in line for a return to the starting XI. That should be in place of Moussa Djenepo, who suffered an injury in midweek to join Danny Ings, Theo Walcott, William Smallbone, Oriol Romeu and Michael Obafemi on the sidelines. Brighton have a number of injury issues of their own to contend with as Jose Izquierdo, Florin Andone, Solly March, Adam Webster and Tariq Lamptey have all been ruled out. Aaron Connolly missed the loss to Leicester but has a chance of being fit for this weekend’s clash. Lallana’s goal against the Foxes was his first in the Premier League in 503 days, though he has not found the net in back-to-back league games since December 2016.
Prediction: Under 2,5 goals
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