West Ham vs Brighton and Hove Albion: US TV channel, live stream, team news and preview


David Moyes’ Hammers welcome Graham Potter’s Seagulls – here’s everything you need to know

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The 2022-23 Premier League season continues this weekend as West Ham host Brighton and Hove Albion at London Stadium. The Hammers arrive on the back of a tough start to the new campaign, with the European contenders needing continental football to bolster their form.

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Now, David Moyes’ Hammers will hope to pick up a crucial league win against Graham Potter’s Seagulls – but two of the division’s best British managers will know that the other has a slew of tactical tricks and a hard-nosed side to slow these games down.

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Team news and rosters

If any side – outside of Manchester United, clearly – has wounded pride this term, it’s going to be the Hammers, who have endured a difficult start to the new Premier League campaign, notching back-to-back losses against Manchester City and Nottingham Forest.

The latter, against a freshly promoted side, will be the tougher pill to swallow for David Moyes, but a handy Europa Conference League qualifying win over Viborg in midweek will have got the monkey off their back when it comes to a winning hoodoo.

Predicted West Ham starting XI: Fabianski; Coufal, Zouma, Johnson, Cresswell; Soucek, Rice, Fornals; Bowen, Antonio, Benrahma.

Making history on the opening weekend with victory over Manchester United, Brighton looked more laboured in a home draw with Newcastle United last weekend – but there is plenty of reason for Graham Potter to be cheerful this term with the Seagulls.

They will hope to see out the rest of the transfer window unscathed when it comes to big clubs chasing key players though, and the wounded nature of West Ham’s pride means this could well be their sternest test of the new season so far.

Predicted Brighton starting XI: Sanchez; Veltman, Dunk, Webster; March, Mac Allister, Caicedo, Trossard; Gross, Lallana; Welbeck.

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