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Brighton vs Newcastle, live! How to watch, TV, odds, prediction

Joe Prince-Wright goes deep on some of the most spectacular moments from Matchweek 10 in the Premier League, highlighted by Aaron Ramsdale's spectacular save and Cristiano Ronaldo and Edinson Cavani combining for a goal.

Newcastle United still doesn’t have its new boss and now faces an up-and-coming Brighton and Hove Albion managed by one of the brighter minds in the game (start time 1:30pm ET Saturday on NBC and online via

Graham Potter and Brighton are on 16 points, just four back of the top four, but they’ll be looking to Newcastle as a route out of a slump.


The Seagulls have played Newcastle well over the years and now meet a team that is winless and has been decidedly outplayed in two matches under interim boss Graeme Jones.

Brighton is winless in five but four of those are draws and the loss was to Man City. Draws came against Arsenal, Liverpool, Norwich City, and Crystal Palace.

Here’s everything you need to know ahead of Brighton vs Newcastle.

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Brighton team news, injuries, lineup

Danny Welbeck and Steven Alzate are out, while Aaron Connolly is still missing and Brighton are without Dan Burn and Taylor Richards too.

Newcastle team news, injuries, lineup

Elliott Anderson and Paul Dummett remain out, while interim boss Graeme Jones makes three changes as Murphy, Shelvey and Almiron all start.

Odds and ends (full odds provided by our partner, PointsBet)

Brighton’s tied with Brentford as the biggest home favorite of the weekend, paying -167 for a win and +290 for a draw. Newcastle would net +450 if it bagged all three points at the Amex Stadium.

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Honestly? There’s always a chance with Allan Saint-Maximin, Callum Wilson, and Co. in the Newcastle lineup but Graeme Jones didn’t look like he wanted his men to go for it against Palace and obviously played it safe versus Chelsea. Will he try to go out with a win for his boyhood club, or let Brighton move the ball around and hope for a draw? Either way, Brighton 3-1 Newcastle.

How to watch Brighton vs Newcastle live, stream and start time

Kick off: 1:30pm ET SaturdayTV Channel: NBCOnline: Stream via

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