Brighton can move level with West Ham if they can beat them on Saturday. Opta rates their chances.
"West Ham have lost just once in their last 10 Premier League matches, winning four and drawing five (lost 2-3 to Newcastle). In fact, the Hammers have won eight points from their last four away games, as many as in their previous 15 combined."
Brighton won both previous home top-flight encounters against West Ham, doing so in 1981/82 and 1982/83. They are [2.38] to win again.
This is West Ham's first league trip to Brighton since the 2011/12 season, when they won 1-0 in the Championship with a goal from Kevin Nolan. West Ham are [3.7] to claim victory.
West Ham have already lost three Premier League games against newly-promoted sides this season (twice against Newcastle, once against Brighton) - they have only lost four in a season once before, doing so in 2006/07. Brighton are [1.62] in the Draw no Bet market.
West Ham have lost just once in their last 10 Premier League matches, winning four and drawing five (lost 2-3 to Newcastle). In fact, the Hammers have won eight points from their last four away games, as many as in their previous 15 combined. The draw is [3.15].
Brighton have scored just five goals in their last 13 Premier League games, failing to find the net on nine occasions in that run. Under 2.5 goals is [1.56].
Brighton will be the 40th different opponent David Moyes has faced in the Premier League - of the previous 39 the only club he's failed to beat are his old employers Everton (P5 W0 D0 L5). West Ham are [2.52] Draw No Bet.
The Seagulls have won just one of their last nine Premier League home games since recording back-to-back wins in September against West Brom and Newcastle (D6 L2). West Ham are [1.7] in the Double Chance market.
Mark Noble has scored in three of his last six Premier League appearances (3 goals), after a run of 18 games without a goal. Indeed, Noble's penalty in midweek, made him the 11th player in Premier League history to score 20 or more from the spot. Noble is [8.0] to score.
Glenn Murray has scored four of Brighton's last six goals in all competitions, including each of the last three. Murray is [3.2] to find the net.