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The New Brighton manager Graham Potter enjoyed a dream start to his Seagulls career last weekend
And of course when he watched his new charges put three goals without reply past Watford at Vicarage Road.
Having chased shadows and the ball for most of their league fixtures last term, Brighton enjoyed the majority of the possession in their win against Watford
and even though they scored their 3 goals from just 5 attempts during the 90 minutes, the early signs look good.
On Saturday, Brighton take on a West Ham side that were left battered, bruised and humiliated by Manchester City on their own patch last weekend.
The Hammers were nailed 5-0 by the defending champions in a nightmare start to the campaign for Manuel Pellegrini
and the Irons players are certain to be feeling more than a little fragile ahead of their trip to the south coast.
Only relegated duo Fulham and Huddersfield (5 each) kept fewer clean sheets than West Ham (7) in the Premier League last season
and having failed to sign any significant defensive reinforcements over the summer
it looks as though the Hammers’ calamitous displays at the back will continue this term.
To make matters worse for the ailing Irons, their recent record against Brighton borders on appalling.
The Seagulls emerged victorious in 3 of the last 4 meetings between Albion and West Ham since Brighton were promoted in 2017/18.
Brighton took 4 points from 6 against West Ham in 2018/19, beating them 1-0 at the Amex Stadium in October and holding the Irons to a 2-2 draw in London in January.
The narrow margin of Brighton’s October triumph was in keeping with the general lack of cutting edge they showed at home last season
And in fact, Brighton scored 1 goal or less in an incredible 16 of their 19 Premier League fixtures at the Amex Stadium in 2018/19.
Despite their early 3 goal flutter at Watford, we expect Brighton’s goalscoring output to return to the mean against West Ham
though we also expect the Seagulls to take advantage of their visitor’s eroded confidence.
Buoyed by that fine win at Vicarage Road, and armed with a combination of the powerful new manager effect and an excellent record against the Irons
However The Hornets, who were one of the Premier League’s most improved teams last season, were left flabbergasted by Potters’ new, slicker looking Brighton outfit