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Chelsea remains 2-0 up against Brighton and Hove

Chelsea remains 2-0 up against Brighton and Hove

At the Stamford Bridge stadium, the Blues lead Brighton with two goals from Enzo Fernández (16′ 1T) and Levi Colwill (20′ 1T).

The visiting team comes motivated to this match after a victory in their previous game. Their opponent will look for a better result after being defeated in their last match in the championship.

Chelsea was defeated at St. James Park against Newcastle United by 1 to 4 on the scoreboard. In the last games of this season, they have won 1, tied 2 and lost 1. They scored 13 goals and have scored 11.

Brighton and Hove has just beaten Nottingham Forest at home by 3-2. It is preceded by an irregular series of results in the previous matches played: 1 defeat and 3 draws. In addition, he scored a total of 7 goals and 7 have been converted.

The host is in eleventh place with 16 points (4 PG – 4 PE – 5 PP), while the visitor accumulates 22 points and is in eighth place in the championship (6 PG – 4 PE – 3 PP).

Craig Pawson was in charge of supervising the order of play during the match.

Chelsea formation today

Mauricio Pochettino stood with a 4-5-1 alignment with goalkeeper Robert Sánchez; Axel Disasi, Benoit Badiashile, Thiago Silva and Levi Colwill as defenders; Enzo Fernández, Moisés Caicedo, Raheem Sterling, Conor Gallagher and Mykhailo Mudryk as midfielders; and Nicolas Jackson as forward.

Brighton and Hove formation today

For his part, coach Roberto De Zerbi deployed a 4-5-1 strategy on the field with Jason Steele defending the goal; Jöel Veltman, Jan van Hecke, Igor Julio, Jack Hinshelwood as defenders; Carlos Baleba, Billy Gilmour, Facundo Buonanotte, Adam Lallana and Simon Adingra in midfield; and with Evan Ferguson as attacker.

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