Arsenal finally broke out of their slump after two consecutive losses and did great to beat Burnley in their last match. They will now be hosted by Brighton on Wednesday, who have been in really poor form lately. They have lost three in a row and they will surely be looking for a way out of their misery.
Brighton (6-9-3) played a really two-faced match on the road against Bournemouth over the weekend, where they were good in the first half but were really bad in the second. However, they conceded a goal in each half to eventually go down by 0-2. That was their third consecutive loss, as Brighton have won just twice in the past two months (2-5-1). They are now sitting at the 13th spot of the Premier League with 21 points, already nine ahead of the relegation zone. Brighton have been quite solid at home so far (4-2-2), with five of those matches featuring Over 2.5 Goals.
Arsenal (11-3-4) were really solid in their home match against Burnley on Saturday and eventually won by 1-3. They were already leading by two goals when their opponents tried to make a comeback but Arsenal sealed the three points with a late goal. Arsenal really needed that win as prior to that they had back to back losses in the Carabao Cup and the Premier League. They are now sitting at the 5th spot of the league table with 37 points, just as many as Chelsea above them. Arsenal have a 4-2-2 record on the road, scoring at least twice in 10 of their 11 away matches in all competitions.