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Brighton vs. AFC Bournemouth: preview, prediction, kick off, live streaming & watch online

The Amex Stadium on Saturday afternoon will be full of boisterous because an exciting football match is going to start where Brighton & Hove Albion will face off AFC Bournemouth.

Brighton vs. AFC Bournemouth: preview, prediction, kick off, live streaming & watch online

 

The Amex Stadium on Saturday afternoon will be full of boisterous because an exciting football match is going to start where Brighton & Hove Albion will face off AFC Bournemouth.

The home side has excellent score records at present, and it is expecting they can win over its rival today.

After the arrival of Graham Potter, Brighton’s position is far better than before. But the truth is that they have only acquired two points into their final outing of 2019.

Bournemouth’s manager Eddie Howe hopes that his team has improved their attacks and defenses. However, it’s not enough to hold only two points in the Premier League, because to secure place they must score and win most of their games.

Where Brighton vs. AFC Bournemouth?

Amex Stadium

When Brighton vs. AFC Bournemouth?

12:30 p.m. (UK Time)

How to watch Brighton vs. AFC Bournemouth live stream?

fubo TV has the right stream live this match (recommended)

Can I watch Brighton vs. AFC Bournemouth live stream online for free?

Yes, visit on Cricfree and start watching (NOT recommended)

Brighton vs. AFC Bournemouth Prediction:

Both will score and the final score will be: 1-2

Head To Head Record




LAST FIVE GAMESDATECOMPETITION
Brighton & Hove Albion0-5AFC Bournemouth13 Apr, 2019English Premier League
AFC Bournemouth1-3Brighton & Hove Albion5 Jan, 2019English FA Cup
AFC Bournemouth2-0Brighton & Hove Albion22 Dec, 2018English Premier League
Brighton & Hove Albion2-2AFC Bournemouth1 Jan, 2018English Premier League
AFC Bournemouth1-0Brighton & Hove Albion20 Sep, 2017English Carabao Cup

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