Brighton have only won one of their last nine games against Tottenham in all competitions (W1 D2 L6).
Spurs have only failed to find the net once in their previous 15 matches against Brighton in all competitions.
Brighton have lost just one of their last nine Premier League home games (W5 D3), losing 0-2 vs Leicester in March.
After an unbeaten run of nine Premier League away games (W6 D3), Spurs have lost two of their last four on the road in the top-flight (W2).
Tottenham are looking to avoid three consecutive Premier League defeats for the first time since November 2012.
Spurs have only failed to score in one of their last 16 Premier League away games (0-1 vs West Brom in May).
After losing their first three Premier League home games against ‘big six’ opposition by an aggregate score of 1-11,
Brighton have gone two goals down in their last two Premier League games but avoided defeat both times. No team has ever done this in three consecutive games before, with Leicester in September 2015 the last side to do it twice.
Brighton striker Glenn Murray has scored four goals in his five Premier League games this season, including three in two at the Amex Stadium. However, he’s never scored in four Premier League appearances against Tottenham.
Tottenham striker Harry Kane has scored once in four league appearances against Brighton, though that goal came in this exact fixture last season.
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