Brighton & Hove Albion v Leeds United live stream, Amazon Prime Video, Saturday 1 May, 8pm BST
Leeds will be looking to extend their Premier League unbeaten run to seven games when they face Brighton on Saturday.
Marcelo Bielsa’s side have had some tricky fixtures to contend with of late, but they have come through them unscathed. A 10-man victory over Manchester City at the Etihad Stadium was the undoubted highlight, but Leeds also showed considerable grit and resolve in home draws with Liverpool and Manchester United. A top-seven finish and qualification for European competition will probably be beyond them, but the Whites are on course to secure a top-half finish in their first season back at this level.
It is notable, too, that Leeds have been tougher to play against in recent weeks. Bielsa is not one to abandon his principles in search of points, but his team were not as open against City, Liverpool and United as they were in their first meetings with those teams this season. Perhaps that is because of fatigue and an inability to continue playing at 100 miles per hour at this stage of the campaign, but it also hints at a flexibility that many accused Bielsa of lacking a few months ago.
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Familiar problems continue to trouble Brighton, who are not yet mathematically safe from relegation. Seven points clear of Fulham with five games left to play, it is difficult to see Albion succumbing to the drop from here. However, their 1-0 defeat by Sheffield United last weekend followed a familiar pattern: Brighton were the better team and created numerous scoring chances, only to be undone by their profligacy inside the penalty area.
Leeds will have to make do without Liam Cooper, Adam Forshaw and Helder Costa, but Raphinha could be back from a thigh problem. Rodrigo Moreno, meanwhile, looks set to return to the matchday squad.
Brighton will be unable to call upon the services of the suspended Ben White, while Percy Tau, Florin Andone, Solly March and Tariq Lamptey are all injured.
Kick-off is at 3pm BST and the game is being shown on Amazon Prime Video. See below for watching details where you are.
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