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    Quote Originally Posted by Perseus View Post
    A reasoned reply. BHA looking to sign a Mahrez and haven't got a Vardy. Solly March at a pinch is comparable to Albrighton. Both are bit on the fringes of lower PL quality.

    Accurate long balls/passing to the flanks is a BHA strong point, both in number of accurate passes and instant control. What lets the team down is the final ball and finishing from open play.

    Opposing teams have got wary of this at the Amex and play deeper. Bournemouth especially had an extra defender and Arsenal took off an attacker to preserve the 1-1 draw.

    Newcastle are the worse opponents as only Burnley and them are more defensive than Brighton. If Brighton go behind they will tend to push forward and get caught out in the same way. Montoya and Bernardo are not so defensively alert as Bruno and Bong.

    Wolves are the new Leicester, good at exploiting over extended wing-backs.
    Passing down the flanks is a Brighton strength ie) Bong to March or Montoya to AJ. It's never Stephens to March/Izqueirdo. The team is slow in transition partly because of immobile CMs and because of different styles between wingers + Murray.

    I'll buy your Wolves point even though they play 3-5-2 and not 4-4-2 like Leicester. The similarities remain though. Joao Moutinho/Ruben Neves are excellent on the ball and have outlets like Jimenez and Jota who are literally made for that type of play. Brighton's players are not.

    Hopefully they churn a point against Newcastle and are done with it. They need major strategy adjustments

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    Quote Originally Posted by perspolis#1 View Post
    Passing down the flanks is a Brighton strength ie) Bong to March or Montoya to AJ. It's never Stephens to March/Izqueirdo. The team is slow in transition partly because of immobile CMs and because of different styles between wingers + Murray.

    I'll buy your Wolves point even though they play 3-5-2 and not 4-4-2 like Leicester. The similarities remain though. Joao Moutinho/Ruben Neves are excellent on the ball and have outlets like Jimenez and Jota who are literally made for that type of play. Brighton's players are not.

    Hopefully they churn a point against Newcastle and are done with it. They need major strategy adjustments
    im taking the seaguls +125 this week I think they'll finally kick up playing a team that is on paper not much stronger than they are. what scares me though is their form - they're playing great as a team and indivduals like perez, rondon, ritchie, dubravka, all have been in top form. if BHA who is in dire need of the points cant get a win here they're pretty much doomed they aint getting points against highly motivated arsenal and city and cardiff can get points vs palace and fulham.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ghermez Agha View Post
    im taking the seaguls +125 this week I think they'll finally kick up playing a team that is on paper not much stronger than they are. what scares me though is their form - they're playing great as a team and indivduals like perez, rondon, ritchie, dubravka, all have been in top form. if BHA who is in dire need of the points cant get a win here they're pretty much doomed they aint getting points against highly motivated arsenal and city and cardiff can get points vs palace and fulham.....
    Hopefully it works out for you. It's tough because Newcastle has some real tough ones.

    Unfortunately for Newcastle, Almiron got injured and he is big on starting their counters. I'm not sure who Jahanbakhsh would go up against this week if he plays but if he gets played on the left he might have to play vs Yedlin who is going to press him to death which sucks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by perspolis#1 View Post
    Hopefully it works out for you. It's tough because Newcastle has some real tough ones.

    Unfortunately for Newcastle, Almiron got injured and he is big on starting their counters. I'm not sure who Jahanbakhsh would go up against this week if he plays but if he gets played on the left he might have to play vs Yedlin who is going to press him to death which sucks.
    Doubt Jb gets to see the field tmrw. Manchild knocky is back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by saadat_abad View Post
    Doubt Jb gets to see the field tmrw. Manchild knocky is back.
    Bah bah the sefid Alipour

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    subbing him early last game suggested to me that Ali may well feature this sat. ..!! as a sub or starter would depend on if CH lining them up offensively to go for the win or is he still gonna stick to his cautious defensive approach..! Knucklehead is more likely to start if they opt for a more attacking game..!
    i also think they gonna be needing all 3 points from this game to survive the likely late Cardiff charge to get ahead of them on points..!
    probably CH would start them out for defensively and somewhat balanced and then push for win after 60'..! i think even he knows that BHA need a win or bust..!

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    Izqueirdo and Knockaert will start, I think. JB will be an unused sub unless Newcastle have a lead of 2 or more by the 60th minute.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nokhodi View Post
    Izqueirdo and Knockaert will start, I think. JB will be an unused sub unless Newcastle have a lead of 2 or more by the 60th minute.
    if Jahanbakhsh comes on 87th minute and Newcastle are 2-0 up its his fault they can't equalize.

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    I doubt Knockheart will start, how could you win your manager's trust back for such a crucial game when you lost your head in the last one?
    Plus, Alireza seemed to really please Hughton with his performance against spurs

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    Hughton likes JB guys, trust me he will start (and get subbed off probably around the 70-75 mark dependent on score).

    There is no way that Knockaert will start after what he did.

    BHA fans (most of them at least) will be annoyed about this but tough titties.

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