Welbeck & Ferguson Lead Seagulls’ Attack, Verbruggen Returns in Goal for Brighton vs Everton

Seagulls ready to soar with Welbeck and Ferguson leading the attack

The Amex is set for a fiery clash as seventh-placed Brighton and Hove Albion take on Everton, with the bitter memory of last season’s 5-1 drubbing still lingering. Seeking revenge and redemption, Brighton fields Danny Welbeck and Evan Ferguson up front, hoping to unleash their attacking prowess.

Bart Verbruggen returns to guard the net, while Tariq Lamptey retains his spot in defense. Igor Julio bolsters the midfield alongside Billy Gilmour, Pascal Gross, and Facundo Buonanotte. Simon Adingra joins the attack, supported by the experience of Julio Encison, Pervis Estupinan, Ansu Fati, and Adam Lallana on the bench.

Everton, meanwhile, arrives with a clean bill of health, boosted by the return of Seamus Coleman. Dominic Calvert-Lewin, a thorn in Brighton’s side with three goals and two assists in their previous encounters, leads the attack. However, Arnaut Danjuma, André Gomes, and Dele Alli remain sidelined with injuries. sportvibe.co.uk

Key Points to Watch:

  • Can Welbeck and Ferguson capitalize on their attacking potential and break Brighton’s winless streak against Everton?
  • Will Verbruggen’s return solidify Brighton’s defense and prevent another thrashing?
  • Can Calvert-Lewin continue his dominance against Brighton, or will the Seagulls’ revamped defense shut him down?
  • Will Julio and Gilmour’s midfield partnership control the tempo and dictate the game?


This promises to be a tight and tense encounter. Brighton’s attacking intent with Welbeck and Ferguson is intriguing, but Everton’s experience and Calvert-Lewin’s threat cannot be ignored. A narrow Brighton win or a thrilling draw seems likely

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