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Wednesday, 16 January, 2019

Brighton look set for more away-day woes

West Brom improving under Pardew

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West Brom were given a much-needed lift with last weekend’s FA Cup triumph at Exeter and should build on that by beating poor travellers Brighton.

Albion's performances are improving under Alan Pardew and recent home draws against a rejuvenated Everton and top-four chasing Arsenal suggest they can see off the Seagulls, who have failed to score in their last five away league games.

Manchester City, Manchester United and Chelsea are the only sides from 11 visitors to West Brom this season to have left with three points and goal-shy Brighton are unlikely to join that list.

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Matt Phillips and Craig Dawson are doubts while midfielders Nacer Chadli and James Morrison are unlikely to feature. Jonny Evans and Kieran Gibbs are doubts.

Izzy Brown has returned to Chelsea following an injury and Steve Sidwell is sidelined.

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Brighton have picked up just eight of their 23 points on the road.

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