Arsenal 1-1 Brighton as it happened: Murray pen earns Brighton a point
Glenn Murray and Brighton celebrating scoring the equaliser. image courtesy of Catherine Ivill on Getty Images.

Arsenal 1-1 Brighton as it happened: Murray pen earns Brighton a point

Relive the action as Brighton drew 1-1 away to Arsenal at The Emirates Stadium.

Adam Stenning
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Overall it was a game Brighton could have got three points from, but so could Arsenal with the chances they both had at 1-1. The big two for either side falling to Gross and Aubameyang.
It could have gone either way that game at the end with chances at both ends.
Full time Arsenal 1-1 Brighton: a well earnt point from The Seagulls, one they deserved based on their second half performance.
93- Iwobi's pass comes off Bissouma for a corner. Bruno clears the corner away.
91- Gross is replaced by Kayal.
91- Lacazette inswinging cross is well headed away by Dunk.
90- three minutes of added time.
89- Lacazette finds space in the box and turns but his effort is well saved by Ryan.
88- What a challenge from Duffy to thwart Aubameyang.
84- Gross clips a ball into March who header is well saved by Leno and Gross on the follow up flashes the ball across goal.
83- Mustafi is booked for remonstrating with referee, Anthony Taylor. 
83- March's free-kick is cleared and picked up by Bissouma and his effort goes over the bar.
82- Guendouzi fouls Andone and gets a booking for it.
79- Bissouma plays it to Bernardo, whose effort flies just wide of the post.
77- Kolasinac gets in down the left wing, but is offside.
77- Goalscorer Murray is replaced by Andone.
76- Lichtsteiner, Xhaka and Mkhitaryan for Kolasinac, Guendouzi and Iwobi.
75- The resulting corner is scrambled away by Brighton.
75- Lacazette picks up the ball and hit an effort which deflects of Dunk for a corner.
74- Mkhitaryan pulls it back to Lacazette who flicks it over Dunk headed but its blocked by Ryan.
73- Mkhitaryan plays it to Aubameyang at the ball who then puts his effort comfortably wide.
72- The corner goes short to Ozil, who then whips the ball in and Ryan punches it away.
71- Aubameyang wins a corner off Duffy. 
71- Gross plays to the ball to Knockaert and his effort is then comfortable for Leno.
70- Aubameyang's effort is comfortable for Ryan.
64- Bernardo fouls Torreira. 
63- Bernardo is fouled by Lichtsteiner and booked for the foul. 
62- Lacazette is fouled by Dunk and the centre half is booked for his foul.
That's Murray 200th goal in his career.
60- Murray steps up and sends Leno the wrong way.
59- Penalty to Brighton after March gets away on the counter and Xhaka brings him down and is booked for the foul.
56- Torreira is fouled by Stephens again.
55- Bissouma is fouled by Mkhitaryan.
54- From the free-kick, Xhaka's delivery is straight at the Brighton wall.
53- Sokratis is fouled by Murray.
53- From the free-kick, Xhaka's effort is straight at Duffy in the wall.
52- Torreira is fouled by Stephens.
50- Murray cleverly flicks it off to March who hits a powerful effort, which Leno just about holds onto.
50- Gross' corner goes all the way out to the left to March and he whips a ball in which goes flying over the bar for a goal kick.
49- Knockaert swings in a ball to Murray, but Monreal nods it away for a corner.
And we are back underway at The Emirates. There is a half time change for Brighton as Knockaert replaces Jahanbakhsh.
Brighton will feel aggrieved to be 1-0 down at half-time, with it being a big talking point it's a tough penalty call I would say no penalty.
46- Gross is booked for a foul on Aubameyang.
44- The ball is played to Mkhitaryan whose effort from outside the box is palmed out by Ryan to the edge of the box and the ball then finds Lacazette whose effort is well blocked by Dunk.
43- Bruno gets in behind on the right side, but he is just offside.
38- Ozil swings in a ball to Aubameyang, who directs his effort goal-wards but Ryan makes a great save to his right.
35- Xhaka's corner is well headered by Mustafi and forces Ryan to produce a great save to keep it out.
32- Gross inswinging curls past everybody and out for a goal kick.
31- Another good passing move see Bernardo play it to March whose cross comes off Lichtsteiner for a corner.
29- Bissouma carries the ball 30 yards and play it out wide on the left to March and he jinks inside and out before firing an effort into the side-netting.
25- Brighton have a couple of close attacks before March clips in a ball to Murray whose header is saved by Leno.
18- Gross's free-kick strikes the wall and there are claims for a handball against Sokratis, but it hits the shoulder of the defender.
17- Bissouma is brought down on the edge of the box by Mkhitaryan.
13- Sokratis is booked for a dive.
8- Only thing is Jahanbakhsh goes in the wrong side for the tackle, but he did get the ball.
8- Aubameyang sends Ryan the wrong way.
7- Penalty to Arsenal Jahanbakhsh and Monreal go for the ball and Jahanbakhsh appeared to have got the ball looking at the replay, but nevertheless a penalty.
6- A good passing moves see Bernardo play it to March and he flashes a dangerous ball across the box, but there was nobody in the box.
1- Mkhitaryan goes close for Arsenal as Lacazette lays it off to him on the edge of the box and he shifts it onto the his right foot and hits an effort which comes off the inside of the post.
And we are underway at The Emirates Stadium.
Teams are coming out of the tunnel.
Just over ten minutes till kick-off.
Not long 20 minutes till kick-off.
A win for Brighton could see them move level points with Southampton and if they win by two goals see them move above Southampton and into 16th place.
A win for Arsenal could move them a point behind Tottenham in fourth.
Only 30 minutes till kick-off, Arsenal will be boosted by the fact Manchester United slipped up at Huddersfield, but they will also see Chelsea have moved into third after a 3-0 win over Watford today.
One player who will be looking to impress for Brighton, is Jahanbakhsh. The Iranian winger has not had the greatest opening season in the Premier League after signing for a club record fee of around £16 million.
Arsenal will also have one eye on Thursday and their Europa League semi-final, second leg away to Valencia so it might not be a bad option for Brighton to put some feisty tackles in worry some Arsenal players.
The good thing is pressure is all on Arsenal who are still fighting for a top four place, where Brighton can not go any lower so they will be hoping this works in their favour.
It will be interesting to see how Brighton approach the game today after Cardiff's relegation was confirmed last night, have a funny feeling they will keep tight and soak up pressure.
Arsenal will lineup as follows: Leno, Lichtsteiner, Sokratis, Mustafi, Monreal, Torreira, Xhaka, Mkhitaryan, Ozil, Aubameyang and Lacazette.
The full Brighton lineup looks like this: Ryan, Bruno(C), Duffy, Dunk, Bernardo, Bissouma, Stephens, Gross, March, Murray and Jahanbakhsh.
Hello everyone, team news is in and let's start with Brighton who make three changes with Alireza Jahanbakhsh, Yves Bissouma and Solly March coming for Florin Andone, Jose Izquierdo and Beram Kayal.
One thing that will be interesting to see is how Arsenal approach the game, as they will have one eye on their Europa League Semi-Final, second leg away to Valencia next Thursday.
Pascal Gross is recently back from injury but his header broke Albion's goalless run with his equaliser against Newcastle last week.
Murray is Brighton's top scorer with 13 goals in all competitions and scored against Arsenal last season in the win over them at The Amex.
Brighton's danger men will be Glenn Murray and Pascal Gross. 
The man who could hold the key for Arsenal is their front two Alexandre Lacazette and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, who scored all three of their goals in their Europa League Semi-Final, first-leg  against Valencia on Thursday.
Brighton will be without Jose Izquierdo for the rest of the season, with a knee injury and will also be without Davy Propper again due to a hamstring injury.
The Gunners will be without long-term injury absentees Rob Holding, Hector Bellerín, Aaron Ramsey, Denis Suarez and Danny Welbeck.

However, Laurent Koscielny is expected to be fit despite being substituted against Valencia because of fatigue.

However, a point for Cardiff and Brighton lose tomorrow, then it means Cardiff would either need a mammoth win away to Manchester United on the final day, or Brighton to lose massively to Manchester City on the final day of the season.
Brighton could be safe before they have even kicked a ball if Cardiff lose at home to Crystal Palace.
The Gunners are still chasing a top four place to guarantee Champions League football for next season.
Arsenal take on Brighton in what could be a big game for both sides.