0-1, min. 61, Hernandez. 1-1, min. 65, Trossard.
Goals and Highlights: Brighton & Hove Albion 1-1 West Ham United
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Goals and Highlights: Brighton & Hove Albion 1-1 West Ham United

Follow along for Brighton & Hove Albion vs West Ham United live stream, TV channel, line-ups, preview and score updates of the 2019 Premier League game. Kick-off time: 15:00 BST.

Alan Rzepa
Brighton & Hove AlbionRyan, Burn, Dunk, Duffy, Montoya, Propper, Stephens, March, Gross, Murray, Trossard.
West HamFabiański, Fredericks, Ogbonna, Diop, Masuaku, Rice, Wilshere, Lanzini, Snodgrass, Fornals, Chicharito.
Final-Time: Brighton & Hove Albion 1-1 West Ham United
And that's it!

Brighton better in the first half, West Ham better in the second.

Chicharito put the Hammers in front after a fantastic assist from Manuel Lanzini before Leandro Trossard scored on his debut to rescue the hosts' a point.
90'+4 Great chance from Antonio to win it at the death, but he put his header straight into Ryan's hands.
90'+1 A half-volley from Maupay, but way over the bar.

It certainly isn't his day today.
89' Free kick won brilliantly by Lanzini, but what an awful delivery from Snodgrass that was.
85' What a brilliant run from Lanzini!

From his own half to Brighton's, going past at least five players while doing so.

Snodgrass attempt was decent but Ryan managed to save it, and push for a corner.
81' Great ball from Montoya which found Propper, but the midfielder's header was straight at Fabiański.

Last and third substitution for West Ham. Carlos Sanchez on for Javier Hernandez.
78' Penalty shout from Antonio as he went down inside the box, but VAR says no.
77' Yellow card for Masuaku as he tried delaying Brighton's free-kick.

Andriy Yarmolenko is on for Pablo Fornals.
74' No goal for Murray today, for the first time in the Premier League.

Florin Andone has been substituted on.
72' Maupay's first real chance was a very good one.

Murray got in behind and cut it back for Maupay who overhit it, a lot.
70' God play between Antonio and Fredericks before the first one went for a shot, but it went straight into row Z.

In meantime, Neil Maupay was subbed on for Pascal Gross.
GOAL!: Brighton & Hove Albion 1-1 West Ham United
Instant equaliser!

This time Trossard got his debut goal.

Bad dive-in from Diop allowed the winger to stand in front of Ogbonna, but the Belgian managed to beat both him and Fabiański with a smart finish into the bottom corner.
GOAL!: Brighton & Hove Albion 0-1 West Ham United

After being completely anonymous for the 60 minutes, he finally showed his quality.

A great tackle from Masuaku started the attack, then Lanzini picked the ball up and escaped a tackle very well before sending Chicharito with a great ball.

Ryan got a hand to it, but it wasn't enough.
56' Trossard really should've scored there. Bad defensive play from West Ham as they allowed the Belgian to have a clear shot on goal inside the box, but he mishit it and sent it wide of the goal.

Slightly before Stephens wanted a penalty after a challenge from Rice, but it was a fantastic tackle from Declan.
54' Murray with a foul on Diop. The 36-year-old is heavily struggling to cope with West Ham's defence both physically and in terms of pace.
52' Good play from Lanzini, Masuaku and Rice, but the Argentinian sent his shot wide and over.
50' Good opening run from Propper which allowed Trossard to come into a good position, but his shot went far over the bar.
48' Another good cross by Burn, but Ogbonna managed to head it away for a throw-in.
We're back underway.

Michail Antonio is on for Jack Wilshere as it looks like West Ham are now shaping up in a standard 4-4-2.
Half-Time: Brighton & Hove Albion 0-0 West Ham United
Brighton thought they've scored, but VAR ruled Trossard's effort out.

An end-to-end half which saw both teams struggling in certain areas so hopefully managers will make the right changes, as it currently remains goalless.
44' After Ryan's poor clearance Snodgrass does very well to separate himself from Burn but his cut-back was easily cleared.

The ball fell to Rice, who blazed it over the bar.
41' Hernandez tries to stumble past Duffy on two occasions but fails on both.
35' Exquisite outside-of-the-foot pass from Fornals towards Hernandez but Duffy was first to it and managed to get it back to Ryan.
33' Burn does very well to get himself into space and cross it straight onto Murray's head but he put his effort over the bar. 

He was offside either way.
VAR:Brighton & Hove Albion 0-0 West Ham United

VAR overrules Trossard's strike as Dan Burn, the man who assisted the goal, was offside.
27' Brighton & Hove Albion 1-0 West Ham United

A great volley from Trossard to open the scoring on his debut.
25' Very good strike from March, but an equally good save from Fabiański to deny the wing-back.

It's still 0-0 at the AMEX.
22' Fabiański tips Stephen's shot over the bar after a bad clearance from Masuaku near the edge of West Ham's box.
21' Great tackle from Ogbonna to deny Murray before Rice picked the ball up and started a counter-attack with a fantastic forward run, but Hernandez got muscled off the ball.
18' Good diagonal pass from Stephens but Montoya couldn't control.

Goal kick for the Hammers.
13' Bad touch from Montoya gets intercepted by Masuaku, but the Spaniard dove in and gave away a cheap free-kick.
9' Great play between Lanzini, Masuaku and Wilshere down the left side before Fornals realised how physical Premier League actually is.

Ten minutes in, West Ham are currently on top.
3' Fornals tries getting through on the left-wing and his cross gets deflected straight into Ryan's hands.
1' First danger from Brighton as Burn gets his header just over the bar from an early free-kick.
Kick-Off: Brighton & Hove Albion 0-0 West Ham United
And we are underway!

Both teams are in their home kits, with Brighton getting the first kick of the game.
The players are already on the pitch getting ready for Anthony Taylor's whistle, with the kick-off imminent...
Talking team news: Brighton & Hove Albion
Despite putting in a very good performance against Watford last week, Neil Maupay is going to have to wait for his starting XI debut at least for one more week, as Graham Potter again opted to use the Frenchman as a substitute.

There's only one change for Brighton since last weekend's tie - Leandro Trossard will get his home debut underway from the first minute as Jurgen Locadia drops to the bench.
Talking team news: West Ham United
After last weekend's awful performance Aaron Cresswell not only been dropped from the starting XI but from the matchday squad, and replaced by Arthur Masuaku.

And he is one of the four changes made by Manuel Pellegrini as Haller and Anderson have been forced out of the game with earlier mentioned knocks and replaced by Javier Hernandez and Robert Snodgrass.

But there's also been one more, unexpected change, as Fabian Balbuena has been dropped from to the bench as Angelo Ogbonna returns to the starting XI, with the captain's armband.
West Ham United: Starting XI
Fabiański, Fredericks, Ogbonna, Diop, Masuaku, Rice, Wilshere, Lanzini, Snodgrass, Fornals, Chicharito.
Brighton & Hove Albion: Starting XI
Ryan, Burn, Dunk, Duffy, Montoya, Propper, Stephens, March, Gross, Murray, Trossard.
West Ham United: Team news
Sebastien Haller and Felipe Anderson won't feature against Brighton as they aren't ready after suffering knocks vs Manchester City.

Mark Noble is also out as he's recovering from a dead leg since pre-season.
Brighton & Hove Albion: Team news
The only certain absentees for the Seagulls are Jose Izquierdo, Yves Bissouma and Ezequiel Schelotto, all out with injuries.

Neil Maupay, after a very good off-the-bench debut, is pretty much certain to start in today's game either alongside or over Glen Murray.
Brighton : Team news
About 15 minutes until we know the official line-ups, so I'm going to take you through the pre-match team news...
West Ham United: Predicted XI
Fabianski; Fredericks, Diop, Balbuena, Masuaku; Rice, Wilshere; Antonio, Fornals, Lanzini; Haller.
Brighton & Hove Albion: Predicted XI:
Ryan; Montoya, Duffy, Dunk, Bernardo; Stephens, Propper; Trossard, Gross, March; Maupay.
Brighton will be hosts as they are coming into the game looking to continue their flawless run after a 0-3 win at the Vicarage Road.
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The Brighton & Hove Albion vs West Ham United match will be played at the Amex Stadium, in Brighton, England. The kick-off is scheduled at 15:00 BST.
West Ham are on the road for the first time during their 2019/20 Premier League campaign and will be looking to bounce back from last weeks 0-5 defeat to Manchester City.
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