Probable Lineups


Probable Lineups Statistical Comparison

(45) 10 Goals 43 (68)
(31) 13 Assists 32 (46)
(6.4) 6.5 Average Ratings 6.8 (6.5)
24.2 Average Age 27.1
182.4 Average Height (cm) 182.4
(0.7) 0.6 Shots pg 1.3 (1)
(49%) 51% Aerial Duel Success 55% (53%)
(0.6) 0.5 Dribbles pg 0.6 (0.7)
(1.6) 1.6 Tackles pg 0.9 (1.5)
* Values in brackets (x) are overall player statistics in Premier League.

Missing Players

Player Reason Status Rating
Rodrigo Out 6.68
Adam Forshaw Out 6.26
Stuart Dallas Out N/A
Luis Sinisterra Doubtful 6.58
Patrick Bamford Doubtful 6.36
Liam Cooper Doubtful 6.62
Player Reason Status Rating
Jakub Moder Out N/A
Adam Lallana Out 6.45
Levi Colwill Doubtful 6.54
Tariq Lamptey Doubtful 6.21

Team News

  • Rodrigo, Adam Foreshaw and Stuart Dallas remain sidelined owing to injuries.
  • Luis Sinisterra and Liam Cooper are both in line to make returns for this game.
  • Patrick Bamford missed out against Chelsea with a knee injury, so will have to be assessed before this game.
  • Jakub Moder continues to be ruled out with injury.
  • Adam Lallana has been ruled out for a number of months with a thigh injury.
  • Levi Colwill played 45 minutes for the U21's on Sunday, but is unlikely to return to action here for the first team, as he continues his recovery from injury.
  • Tariq Lamptey picked up a knock against West Ham, so will have to be assessed before this game.
  • Brighton have kept back-to-back clean sheets with Jason Steele between the sticks, so he may keep his spot here.


  • After recording their first win in 11 league matches against Southampton, Leeds followed that up with their 13th loss of the league season last weekend in a 1-0 defeat to Chelsea. Only three teams have won fewer games at home in the Premier League this season than Leeds (4).
  • Brighton returned to winning ways in the league after their defeat to Fulham, with a 4-0 win over West Ham on Saturday. Only Arsenal (25) and Manchester City (23) have scored more goals away from home than the Seagulls (22) in the league this season.
  • Leeds have failed to score in five of their last seven matches in the league, while Brighton have scored 15 goals in their last seven, so expect a win from the away side here.

User Predictions

Comments (8)

  • When he scored an own goal, he can score his another goal

  • Lads that is an OG!

  • Bring sinisterra on ffs

  • Leeds actually play well, but not scoring enough goals from what they create. Brighton is hard to predict, if they click it goes a big win for them, if not, then they cant score from many chances. I tend to go for Leeds not to lose.

  • Bet W1

  • snowy

  • Sanchez was dropped against Leeds and Steele kept a clean sheet. Zerbi has already indicated Steele will get a run in the team. Doubt Sanchez starts considering the 2 games he has been out the team, Brighton have also kept consecutive clean sheets.