Football fans can’t wait for Saturday’s match at Amex Stadium between Brighton and Everton, two clubs with wildly divergent season-end goals. While Everton are battling for survival, Brighton are aiming for European tournaments. Given that Roberto De Zerbi will be without Solly March, James Milner, Julio Enciso, and Joao Pedro due to injury, the home team still has a good chance of winning on Saturday.

Conversely, the Toffees could not escape the danger zone after coming from behind to split the spoils with Crystal Palace on Monday night. In light of Everton’s three losses in their last four away games, betting on the hosts offers much value. Arnaut Danjuma, Andre Gomes, and Dele Alli are all injured and, therefore, ineligible, but the visiting team has no suspended players.

Top 3 marketsBest odds at bookmakers
Brighton to win: ⚽1.55 at Bet9ja
Both teams to score: 🥅1.71 at 1xbet
Welbeck to score anytime: ✅1.78 at Sportybet

Brighton and Everton: Previous Games 

When Everton last played at The AMEX in May of last year, they celebrated an unexpected 5-1 triumph.

During last year’s season’s return match at Goodison Park in November, these two teams split the spoils in a 1-1 draw.

Both were on target in the four prior meetings between the two teams.

Probable Brighton Lineup

Verbruggen, Webster, van Hecke, Dunk, Lapmtey, Gross, Gilmour, Mitoma, Buonanotte, Adingra, Welbeck

Probable Everton Lineup

Pickford; Mykolenko, Branthwaite, Tarkowski, Godfrey, Garner, Gueye, McNeil, Doucoure, Young, Calver-Lewin

Betting tips: Brighton x Everton

Check out our predictions of the day for Brighton vs. Everton

Prediction 1: Brighton x Everton / Brighton to win

With just one Premier League loss at home all season long, Roberto De Zerbi’s squad has transformed the Amex into a fortress in 2023–24. Brighton have won their past eleven games at the Amex in all competitions, and they haven’t lost a home game since late September, almost five months ago.

The Seagulls had a slump, winning just four of their seventeen Premier League games. However, they will enter this match confident after recording only their third clean sheet of the season in a 0-5 thrashing of Sheffield United.

Returning players like Karou Mitoma, Simon Adingra, Perivs Estupinan, and Tariq Lamptey have also helped Roberto De Zerbi, giving Albion a more dynamic front line instead of relying on substitute wingers.

Saturday’s opponent, Everton, has been losing their last five road games and seven overall in the Premier League. Their recent road form is particularly concerning.

The Toffees have a formidable challenge as they face Brighton, a team that has only lost twice at the Amex.

Prediction 2: Brighton x Everton / Both teams to score

With Blades defender Mason Holgate sent off in the first half, their victory at Bramall Lane may not have been as decisive. However, Roberto De Zerbi’s squad will feel buoyant after their 4-1 home triumph against Palace.

The only time both teams have failed to score at the Amex this season was in a recent scoreless draw against Wolves. Given Everton’s current league position and maybe even encouraged by their performance last term, the Toffees have a chance to score, even if they don’t have enough to win the match.

Prediction 3: Brighton x Everton / Welbeck to score anytime

Danny Welbeck, a former Manchester United striker, has started in three of Brighton’s previous four games as manager Claudio De Zerbi tends to switch around his front line.

Since he broke a six-game scoring drought at Bramall Lane, he should feel confident and ready to reward his supporters by scoring for them whenever they want him to. He will also serve as the focal point of Brighton’s offensive efforts.