Brighton and Hove Albion are not yet out of danger, and their task won’t get any easier in the coming weeks.
The Seagulls are set to play five clubs from top seven in their remaining games, and this difficult run will begin with Tottenham’s visit to Amex Stadium on Tuesday evening.
Brighton are placed 13th in the league table with 35 points, which gives them a seven-point buffer on bottom three sides. In their last game, they suffered a 3-2 defeat at Crystal Palace. Another three points should secure Brighton’s survival and they will rely on their strong home-record to achieve them.
However, we don’t see them causing an upset against Tottenham, who are now favourites to finish in top-four. Spurs come into this game following a 3-1 home defeat to Manchester City, but that result doesn’t pai...