WEST HAM close out a fruitful Premier League season against in-form Brighton at the AMEX this weekend.
Follow the latest updates from the game below…
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West Ham went 2-0 up against Man City last week but drew 2-2
The Hammers drew 2-2 with Manchester City in their final home game last weekend, while Brighton drew 1-1 against Leeds.
Before that, however, Brighton put on a clinic by beating Man Utd 4-0 on home turf, and will present a tough task as always for David Moyes’ men.
Since Brighton were promoted to the Premier League in 2017, West Ham have not been able to beat them in nine outings, losing three and drawing the other six.
But West Ham will be looking to change that statistic on Sunday, with a place in next season’s Europa League at stake.
What time does Brighton vs West Ham kick-off?
- West Ham’s trip to Brighton will get underway from 4pm UK time on Sunday, May 22.
- The game will take place at the Amex Stadium in Brighton.
- Their first encounter earlier this season finished 1-1.
What channel is it and can it be live streamed?
- Brighton vs West Ham has not been selected for TV by Sky Sports.
Defensive duo Angelo Ogbonna and Issa Diop are both back on the grass but neither are expected to feature in David Moyes’ side against Brighton.
However, the West Ham boss could see a miraculous recovery to Said Benrahma who suffered a ankle injury against Norwich.
Moyes could be tempted to throw Mark Noble in from the start as it will be the Hammers legend’s last game EVER for West Ham.
Meanwhile, Jakub Moder remains unavailable for the Seagulls, Enock Mwepu will seeming join his teammate in the treatment room.
Whilst young attacker Jeremy Sarmiento has also sustained a slight knock.
- Brighton – 29/20
- Draw – 12/5
- West Ham – 7/4
*Odds courtesy of Betfair and correct at time of publication.