FootyMAD's Brighton & Hove Albion match preview

Last updated : 26 January 2009 By Footymad Previewer
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History of the Leicester City v Brighton & Hove Albion fixture

Leicester City are ready to welcome Brighton & Hove Albion to Walkers Stadium on Tuesday evening, looking to continue an impressive record. The Foxes are clearly on top, winning 54.55% of the games played between the two.

The previous match played between the two at Walkers Stadium was more than three years back, in September 2005, when they played out a goalless draw in a Championship match.

For a detailed analysis of the head-to-head between the two sides, click here

Recent encounters between the teams:
2008/2009Tue 28 OctBrighton & HA3 - 2Leicester CityLGE1
2005/2006Sat 11 FebBrighton & HA1 - 2Leicester CityCHMP
2005/2006Tue 27 SepLeicester City0-0Brighton & HACHMP
2004/2005Sat 09 AprBrighton & HA1 - 1Leicester CityCHMP
2004/2005Mon 30 AugLeicester City0 - 1Brighton & HACHMP
2002/2003Sat 19 AprLeicester City2 - 0Brighton & HACHMP
2002/2003Fri 20 DecBrighton & HA0 - 1Leicester CityCHMP

Recent respective form guides

Leicester City are unbeaten in their last six home games, winning five of them, and drawing the other one. In this time, Foxes have rattled up an impressive 16 goals, and conceded 3.

Brighton & HA have an average recent record on the road, collecting 1 win and 3 draws from the last six played. Only 5 goals have been registered in this time, with 6 leaked at the wrong end.

Leicester City are leading the way in the Coca-Cola League One, with their 26 games giving them a return of 60 points. Brighton & HA are hovering perilously just above the relegation zone, with 24 points from 25 matches.

For a detailed analysis of team form guides throughout the leagues, click here

Current form guides:PWDLFAP
Leicester City641112513
Brighton & HA6123575

FootyMad's prediction ...

Its good news for Leicester City fans, because, with them being in such great nick at home, I just cannot see any further than an emphatic home win for the Foxes. Home win

Sequence statistics:
Leicester City Unbeaten in the last 15 home games.
Not drawn a match in their last 4 .
Brighton & HA Drawn each of the last 2 games.
No win in the 3 most recent games.