Brighton & Hove Albion vs Leeds United preview: How to watch, team news, kick-off time, predicted line-ups and ones to watch
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Brighton Hove Albion host Leeds United at the American Express Community Stadium on Saturday evening.

The Seagulls haven't tasted victory in the Premier League since September 19th, but remain in the top half of the table.

Just three points above the relegation zone, the Whites are coming off of a 2-1 defeat to Tottenham Hotspur on Sunday.

Team news

Brighton will welcome back starting goalkeeper Robert Sanchez from suspension with Jason Steele debuting in the defeat to Aston Villa.

Enock Mwepu is in contention to feature as he has gotten over a muscle strain while Aaron Connolly has recovered from a heel injury.

Steven Alzate and Danny Welbeck remain sidelined through injuries. 

Leeds will welcome back Raphinha from illness as well as Rodrigo, who has gotten over a foot injury. Jamie Shackleton is also back after missing the last two matches.

Patrick Bamford (ankle), Luke Ayling and Robin Koch (both knee) all remain sidelined with Ayling in contention to feature for the U-23 team in Monday.

Predicted line-ups

Brighton & Hove AlbionSanchez; Cucurella, Duffy, Dunk, Veltman; Lallana, Bissouma; March, Trossard, Lamptey; Maupay

Leeds United: Meslier; Cooper, Phillips, Llorente; Harrison, Klich, Struijk, Dallas, Raphinha; Rodrigo; James

Ones to watch

Yves Bissouma (Brighton & Hove Albion)

Made a few vital challenges against Aston Villa when they looked to break and tracked back well. With an unflappable demeanor being one of his many attributes, it's not hard to see why clubs such as Arsenal and Liverpool are interested in the midfielder.

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Raphinha (Leeds United)

The Whites leading scorer with five goals, the Brazilian has starred in all areas of the game. His pace, ability to get past defenders and left foot make him a handful for any Premier League defense.

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Previous meetings

Brighton did the double over Leeds last season, winning 1-0 at Elland Road before bagging a 2-0 victory at home.

Neal Maupay struck for the only goal of the match in January before goals by Pascal Gross and Welbeck gave the Seagulls victory in May.

How to watch

The match will be televised by Sky Sports Premier  League. Coverage begins at 5pm with kick-off set for 5:30pm.