Right Now: Brentford, with the injury problem getting worse…..

Brighton & Hove Albion lost 3-2 in a nail-biting game against Chelsea last Saturday, and they came away from Stamford Bridge empty-handed. The hosts had a two goal lead after just 20 minutes, but Facundo Buonanotte’s powerful goal for the Seagulls answered. The Blues were down to ten men before the interval as acting captain Conor Gallagher received two warnings. But an hour later, a perfectly put penalty by Enzo Fernandes made it 3-1. Although Joao Pedro’s goal in stoppage time made for a dramatic finish,

The team led by Mauricio Pochettino held on to win all three points. Roberto De Zerbi’s team will be eager to move on from their setback and will have a home game against Brentford as the perfect chance to do just that. When the teams last faced each other at the end of the previous campaign, they engaged in a thrilling six-goal match that ended in a 3-3 draw for the points. Here is the most recent Brighton team news, injury report, and our expected starting lineup for the match against the Bees ahead of Wednesday night:

Brighton team news and injury updates

When Brighton plays Brentford, a handful of important players won’t be available. Star forward Pervis Estupiñán, who suffered an early injury relapse during the team’s 2-0 away triumph against Ajax last month, still has no return date set. Adam Webster’s recovery from a knock isn’t likely to happen until at least this weekend, while Tariq Lamptey’s ailment is still a long-term concern. Lewis Dunk, the team captain who is playing in his final game of suspension, completes the hosts’ troubles on defense. Similar challenges exist in midfield as De Zerbi tries to balance the team’s appearances in Europe and at home while dealing with a growing injury list. Due to a knee injury, Solly March is still not scheduled to return before the same

has a growing list of injuries. Due to a knee ailment, Solly March is still not expected to return, and Ansu Fati, a star loanee, is experiencing the same situation. Another Seagulls player who is anticipated to miss a significant amount of time is Julio Encisco, who is still recovering from a knee injury he sustained early in the season. Similar to Dunk, Mahmoud Dahoud, a cheap summer addition, is missing due to suspension but will be available for selection when Burnley plays at the Amex on Saturday. Injury worries don’t really influence De Zerbi’s front line, but he is still missing Danny Welbeck, whose return is currently not anticipated.

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