Seven points from a possible nine over the festive period moved Brighton back into the Premier League top 10.

Graham Potter’s side also moved into the fourth round of the FA Cup, leaving them brimming with confidence ahead of a clash with their fierce rivals Crystal Palace.

We’ve taken a look at all you need to know about Brighton – from their next league game to the latest football betting odds.

When is the next Brighton Premier League fixture?

Brighton kick-off the weekend’s action on Friday night, when they welcome Crystal Palace to the Amex Stadium for the latest edition of their rivalry. The Eagles have never won a league game on a Friday, while Brighton have kept a clean sheet in all but one Friday game. The Seagulls will be hoping to capitalise on this form to grab another three points.

What are the odds that Brighton win their next game?

Brighton are winless in their last five Premier League meetings with Crystal Palace. But Palace have only won one of their last 11 league away games. The Seagulls are 21/20 to win on Friday, while a draw is 21/10..

The Eagles have struggled to score in their last three league games on the road. It’s 7/5 that Brighton blunt their attacks and keep a clean sheet. Alexis Mac Allister bagged two against Everton last time out. For him to repeat that with a brace or more is 16/1.

What is the latest Brighton injury and transfer news?

Skipper Lewis Dunk is still out with a knee injury, though may return later this month. Enock Mwepu’s muscle injury may put him out of the game against Palace. Yves Bissouma, meanwhile, is at the Africa Cup of Nations with Mali.

Who are Brighton’s key players?

Lewis Dunk has continued to impress for the Seagulls, forming a solid defensive unit with Shane Duffy and Dan Burn. Pascal Gross and Adam Lallana provide their midfield creativity, while Yves Bissouma’s performances continue to attract the attention at some of Europe’s top clubs. In attack, Neal Maupay leads the line, with Leandro Trossard a constant threat.

Brighton’s Premier League fixtures

Brighton’s Premier League fixtures for the 2021/22 season in full are below:

14/08/202115:00Burnley v Brighton1-2
21/08/202117:30Brighton v Watford2-0
28/08/202115:00Brighton v Everton0-2
11/09/202115:00Brentford v Brighton0-1
19/09/202114:00Brighton v Leicester City2-1
27/09/202120:00Crystal Palace v Brighton1-1
02/10/202115:00Brighton v Arsenal0-0
16/10/202115:00Norwich v Brighton0-0
23/10/202115:00Brighton v Manchester City1-4
30/10/202115:00Liverpool v Brighton2-2
06/11/202115:00Brighton v Newcastle United1-1
20/11/202115:00Aston Villa v Brighton2-0
27/11/202115:00Brighton v Leeds United0-0
30/12/202119:45West Ham v Brighton1-1
04/12/202115:00Southampton v Brighton
11/12/202115:00Brighton v Spurs
14/12/202119:45Brighton v Wolves0-1
18/12/202115:00Man United v Brighton
26/12/202115:00Brighton v Brentford
28/12/202115:00Chelsea v Brighton
01/01/202215:00Everton vs Brighton2-3
15/01/202215:00Brighton vs Crystal Palace
22/01/202215:00Leicester City vs Brighton
08/02/202219:45Brighton vs Chelsea
12/02/202215:00Watford v Brighton
19/02/202215:00Brighton v Burnley
26/02/202215:00Brighton v Aston Villa
05/03/202215:00Newcastle United v Brighton
12/03/202215:00Brighton v Liverpool
19/03/202215:00Man City v Brighton
02/04/202215:00Brighton v Norwich
09/04/202215:00Arsenal v Brighton
16/04/202215:00Spurs v Brighton
23/04/202215:00Brighton v Southampton
30/04/202215:00Wolves v Brighton
07/05/202215:00Brighton v Manchester United
15/05/202215:00Leeds v Brighton
22/05/202216:00Brighton v West Ham

What are the Brighton odds to finish in the top half of the Premier League?

Two wins and draw over the festive period have put Brighton in a much more comfortable position. A top-half finish is now odds-on for the Seagulls. Should their form dip, relegation is 50/1. But Graham Potter and his team will now be eyeing a top-six spot. They’re 16/1 to achieve that this season.

Who is the manager of Brighton?

When Graham Potter took over Brighton in 2019, they were in serious trouble of falling back down to the Championship, but he has managed to steady the ship and keep them in the Premier League on back-to-back occasions. This season, Graham Potter will be hoping to kick on and lead his side to a higher finish, but it will not be an easy task to do so. Despite speculation early on this summer surrounding his job and if he would leave for another Premier League club, Graham Potter is set to stay and keep Brighton’s topflight run going.

Where is Brighton’s stadium?

Brighton play their home fixtures at the American Express Stadium, otherwise known as The Amex. With a capacity of 31,800, The Amex is the 22nd largest ground in England.