Brighton vs Norwich Predictions & Betting Odds – 2nd November 2019

Brighton vs Norwich Betting Tips – Premier League, 2nd November 3.00pm

Brighton will be hungry for more home points as they look to extend their form at the Amex to a three-match winning streak. They have beaten Spurs and Everton in their last two EPL home games. Next up for them comes Norwich who have the second-worst defensive record in the division and who have taken just one point in their last five games. Read our predictions for Brighton vs Norwich.

Brighton vs Norwich Betting Odds*

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8/11 3/1 16/5

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Brighton vs Norwich Live Stats & Betting Odds

Brighton News and Form – Can the Seagulls make it three home wins in a row?

The Seagulls have made back to back home successes, netting exactly three goals in both of those games. The first of those was a huge upset in a 3-0 success over Tottenham and then last weekend Brighton netted a 3-2 success at the Amex over Everton. Everton’s Lucas Digne scored a last-minute own goal to give the Seagulls the win. That win moved Brighton on to a three-match undefeated streak of form at home.

Brighton 2 goal winning margin


They are W2 D2 L1 at the Amex this season, so it has been a decent home campaign from the Seagulls. They are averaging 1.6 goals per home game, helped out by that burst in their last two fixtures. The trend in fixtures at the Amex this season have been low-scoring affairs though, with three of five there ending under 2.5 goals. It has been only one clean sheet by Brighton at home this season.

There has been a little trend running in Brighton’s home games at the halftime break. The Seagulls have been level at half time in four of their five home games (W1). They have netted 62% of their home goals in the second half of fixtures and have conceded 83% of home goals after the break as well. So watching the second half for live in-play betting action. The Seagulls have shipped at least two goals in their last two league games.

Brighton vs Norwich Head to Head

The two traded home wins in the 2016/17 Championship season
Brighton have won one of the last five against Norwich (D2 L2)
Brighton won their last home against the Canaries 5-0
Both teams have scored in none of the last three league clashes

Key-Facts – Brighton vs Norwich

  • Norwich average over 2 goals per game against them
  • Brighton are unbeaten in three home games
  • The Canaries have taken 1 point from their last five league games


Norwich News and Form – Can Norwich win at Brighton?

Norwich’s top-flight status is looking in trouble. They suffered a 3-1 loss against Manchester United last weekend, and that is just one point from their last five games earned now. The point in that sequence came from a 0-0 draw at Bournemouth recently. That was also Norwich’s first clean sheet of the season in that game. Where are the wins going to come from though?

Norwich have failed to get on the scoresheet in three of their last five games now, scoring only two goals in that run of games. Defensively they are in a mess and that is where relegation is really haunting them. The Canaries have the second-worst defensive record going, only because of Southampton conceding nine against Leicester last weekend. Norwich average 2.4 goals per game against them this season.

Out on the road, Norwich have averaged two goals per game against them. Their four losses away from home have all been by a margin of at least two goals, another highlight of their defensive frailties. Norwich have taken one point from their five road games, while they have been losing at the break in all but one of their away games. It is tough times for the Canaries. 7 of their 10 away goals conceded have been in the first half-hour of games.

Brighton vs Norwich Tips & Odds

Over 2.5 goals at 4/6
HT/FT Brighton/Brighton  at 7/4
* (Betting Odds were taken from bet365 on October 29th, 2019 at 1:15 p.m.)

Brighton vs Norwich Predictions

Brighton to win: The Seagulls should be able to fill their boots in this one as their home form is going well at the moment. They have found their scoring touch at home and it doesn’t take much at the moment to open up the Canaries. Home win.