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Brighton ready to rock shaky Swans

Anthony Knockaert was instrumental to Brighton's 3-0 success at West Ham on their last away day
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Premier League
3pm Saturday

Swansea's dreadful home record of one win, no draws and four defeats is putting them under huge pressure and it could be worse after Brighton's visit.

The Swans played well enough in a 2-1 defeat at Arsenal last Saturday but overall they have gone backwards since the end of last season. Gylfi Sigurdsson and Fernando Llorente have been sorely missed and their defence remains porous.

Brighton are unspectacular but they have two rock-solid centre-backs and are set up to get results on their travels.

Recommendation
Brighton draw no bet
1pt 11-8 Betfair

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Team news
Swansea
Wilfried Bony (hamstring) will be assessed but Kyle Bartley, Renato Sanches and Martin Olsson are injured.

Brighton
Steve Sidwell (back) is absent but Beram Kayal and Sam Baldock are in contention for the first time this season.

Key stat
Brighton have lost two of their last eight league games.


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