All posts tagged with: Chris Hughton

Championship preview: Gameweek 7

Here are The Football Lab’s predictions for all 11 of Tuesday and Wednesday’s Championship games. It’s top against bottom at the AMEX as Brighton take on Rotherham, Middlesbrough and Brentford meet for the first time since their play-off clash in May, while 2nd place Cardiff look to build on an excellent start when they host… Read more →

The Brighton View

Brighton & Hove Albion have made an excellent start to the season. Having finished as low as 20th in the previous campaign, they are now 3 points clear at the top of the league, having taken 13 points from their first 5 league games. To find out the factors behind the team’s drastic improvement, The… Read more →

Championship Preview: Gameweek 2

Here are The Football Lab’s predictions for 2 of the weekend’s games in the Championship. Middlesbrough look for a first league win, and goal, of the season against Bolton Wanderers, while Brighton search for a 3rd win in the space of a week on their trip to Fulham. Middlesbrough v Bolton Middlesbrough began their Championship… Read more →

Brighton & Hove Albion Season Preview

The Football Lab interviewed the owner of Brighton & Hove Albion Twitter account @BrightonFanbase, ahead of the new season. Brighton drew as many as 17 games last season, and 79% of their defeats came by a margin of 1 goal. Would you say that a 20th place finish was a slightly unfair reflection on the team’s general… Read more →

Championship Predictions: Gameweek 29

In the Championship, Dougie Freedman has his first game in charge of Nottingham Forest at the AMEX, where Brighton will aim for a 4th win in 6 league games. Bolton look to bounce back from Wednesday’s heartbreaking cup defeat when they travel to play Derby, who have kept 7 clean sheets from their last 8 games. Brighton… Read more →

Championship Predictions: Gameweek 26

In the Championship, Chris Hughton takes charge of Brighton at the AMEX stadium for the first time, as his side face play-off contenders Brentford. Sheffield Wednesday have shown signs of addressing their poor home form after 2 wins in 3 at Hillsborough, where they now face Bolton, who were held in a disappointing draw with… Read more →