[WATCH/STREAMS!] Fulham vs Brighton Live Free Online Broadcast 29 October 2023
Brighton will be looking for their first win in four in the Premier League this weekend when they host Fulham at the Amex Stadium. The Brighton vs Fulham live stream is taking place on Sunday — and you can watch it from anywhere. Brighton vs Fulham live stream: How to watch Premier League game online and on TV, team news
Brighton welcome Fulham to the Amex Stadium on Sunday
Brighton make several changes from their victory over Ajax, with Evan Ferguson, Mo Dahoud and Igor Julio among those recalled.
Fulham go with Raul Jimenez up front instead of Carlos Vinicius, with Alex Iwobi also in the XI.
The Seagulls have dropped to seventh in the table after defeats by Aston Villa and Man City, and a draw with Liverpool. They have not won a game in the league for over a month, although Roberto De Zerbi's side did overcome Ajax 2-0 in the Europa League on Thursday.
That was the first clean sheet Brighton have kept in any competition this season. In the EPL they have scored 22 goals, the third-most in the division, but have conceded 18 - more than anyone but Bournemouth, Burnley and Sheffield Utd.
Fulham have struggled for consistency this season. Their sequence of results reads: win, loss, draw, loss, win, draw, loss, win, loss. Their most recent outing ended in a 2-0 defeat by Tottenham, but Marco Silva will have been pleased with some elements of his team's performance.
Brighton start as the favourites for this one, but Fulham will hope that the hosts are jaded from their Europa League exertions. Make sure you don’t miss any of the EPL action by checking out our full how to watch Premier League live streams hub.
Brighton vs Fulham live stream, Date, Time, Channels
The Brighton vs Fulham live stream takes place on Sunday, October 29.
Time: 2 p.m. GMT / 10 a.m. ET / 7 a.m. PT / 12 a.m. AEST (Oct. 30)
U.S. — Watch on Peacock
On the back of a thunderous 2-0 victory against Dutch heavyweights Ajax, Roberto De Zerbi's Brighton will hunt for their first Premier League victory in three games as they lock horns with Fulham at home.
Goals from Joao Pedro and Ansu Fati on either side of half-time ensured that the Seagulls emerged victorious in Europe. De Zerbi will now be vying to get his side's Premier League run back on track as Brighton have shown signs of struggles of late. With numerous injuries shrouding their campaign, the Seagulls could return to form with a victory and in the process swap positions with Newcastle United who are in sixth place.
Fulham faced current Premier League leaders Tottenham Hotspur on Monday and multiple errors from centre-back Calvin Bassey saw Spurs take three full points from the fixture. As a result, Fulham are still placed in the 13th position on the table and have as they'll look to avoid another defeat against Brighton. Marco Silva's men have picked up two defeats and two wins in their last five games and the Cottagers would want to sting Brighton with another three points and climb up in the Premier League.
Brighton's treatment room is currently full of injuries after the Seagulls saw Danny Welbeck and Solly March pick up fresh injuries against Manchester City.
The duo joined Tariq Lamptey, Jakub Moder, Julio Enciso, and Pervis Estupinan who are all nursing injuries and will be unavailable for selection on Sunday.
Ansu Fati has looked superb since his arrival from Barcelona and the Spanish prodigy would be vying to get on the scoresheet once again against Fulham.
Fulham have several injury concerns before their outing against Brighton with Adama Traore, Kenny Tete, Issa Diop, and Tosin Adarabioyo all ruled out due to their respective injuries.
Silva would be hoping to see Raul Jimenez get on the scoresheet with the former Wolves striker looking like a shadow of himself since his injury. The Mexican international has gone 31 Premier League games without scoring and another blank could push him on the bench in the next match.
The Seagulls have failed to beat Sunday's opponents in any of their six previous top flight meetings and were swept away by them last term - with Marco Silva's side winning 2-1 at Craven Cottage in August and 1-0 in the reverse fixture in February.
Roberto De Zerbi's team are also looking to put right a three-game winless run in the league as their draw against Liverpool was bookended by a 6-1 hammering at Aston Villa and a 2-1 loss to Man City.
The Cottagers represent a step down in quality on that trio. They tasted defeat themselves in their first game after the October international break, beaten 2-0 by Tottenham on Monday, and despite a healthy league position, have not yet been convincing in 2023/24 after a disappointing summer transfer window.
Fulham retain full faith in Silva, though, and handed the Portuguese coach a new contract this week. He'd no doubt love to repay that move with another win on the South Coast.