Nottingham Forest vs. Brighton prediction,

Nottingham Forest vs. Brighton prediction, odds, start time: English Premier League picks, Nov. 25 best bets

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Nottingham Forest will host Brighton & Hove Albion on Saturday as the English Premier League returns from the international break. Brighton currently sit in eighth place in the English Premier League standings with 19 points, while Nottingham Forest are in 14th with 13 points. The Tricky Trees are coming off a 3-2 loss against West Ham in their last league game, while Brighton are winless in their last six matches in Premier League play.


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The Tricky Trees enter Saturday’s match in 14th place in the Premier League standings, but they entered the international break in good form.

Nottingham Forest have lost just two of their last six league games and they’re unbeaten on home soil this season.

Nottingham Forest beat Aston Villa 2-0 in their last match at City Ground with Ola Aina and Orel Mangala finding the back of the net.

Nottingham have scored two goals in three of their last four matches, which bodes well against a Brighton side that has failed to keep a clean sheet in all 12 of their league games.

What you need to know about Brighton & Hove Albion

The Seagulls have hit a rough patch after going winless in their last six league games.

Brighton settled for a 1-1 draw against Sheffield United in their last match.

Mahmoud Dahoud received a red card in the 69th minute, which means he’ll miss Saturday’s clash with Nottingham Forest.

Brighton have scored 25 goals this season, the sixth-most in the Premier League.

The Seagulls have scored at least once in nine straight matches across all competitions and they should have success against a Nottingham Forest side that has conceded 18 goals in league play.


– Both teams have scored in Brighton’s last 16 Premier League matches
– Forest have lost only two of their last 20 Premier League matches at home

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