Arsenal have had a brilliant 2022/23 campaign. A return of 81 points from 35 games played is surely beyond the Gunners’ wildest dreams, although it will still be disappointing if the London side finish second to Manchester City considering that Mikel Arteta’s side are a meaty sixteen points clear of third-placed Newcastle United after winning 2-0 at St James’ Park.

The Gunners have won thirteen of their seventeen games at home this season, with 48 goals scored and 22 conceded. It’s fairly telling that they haven’t been defensively solid at home and that could be seen through a recent 3-3 draw against Southampton although the fact that Arsenal average nearly three goals per home game is a big positive.

Martin Odegaard is in sparkling form at the moment and Gabriel Martinelli was restored to the starting line-up against Newcastle, although it’s clear that this Premier League encounter represents a potential banana skin. Brighton might have lost their chance to qualify for the Champions League but they have still had a strong season.

The Seagulls have won seven and drawn four of their sixteen away games, with Alexis Mac Allister potentially playing out his final few games for Brighton before a big potential money move to Liverpool. Kaoru Mitoma is also a danger man although the defence is starting to creak more than normal and there was also recently a 3-1 defeat away to Nottingham Forest.


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