Two promoted clubs meet when Huddersfield host Brighton. Opta presents the vital statistics.
"Brighton have only won one of their last nine away league matches at Huddersfield (D4 L4)."
Brighton have only won one of their last nine away league matches at Huddersfield (D4 L4). The draw is [3.1].
All three of Huddersfield's home Premier League wins have been by a one-goal margin - in the top four tiers of English football last season, only Reading won as many as home league games by a one-goal margin as the Terriers (12). Huddersfield are [2.72] to win.
Just four different Huddersfield players have scored in the Premier League this season (Depoitre, Mooy, Mounie and van La Parra) - fewer than any other team. Under 2.5 goals is [1.48].
Tom Ince has mustered 32 shots without scoring in the Premier League this season, more than any other player. Under 1.5 goals is [2.44].
Anthony Knockaert has had a hand in eight goals in seven previous appearances against Huddersfield in all competitions (five goals, three assists). Knockaert is [6.0] to score.
Only one player has scored more own-goals in a single Premier League season than Lewis Dunk, who has three already this season (Martin Skrtel scored four in 2013/14). Over 2.5 goals is [2.9].
The Terriers have lost each of their last four Premier League games; they last lost five consecutive league fixtures in January 1993 while in the third tier. A Brighton victory is [3.1].
Glenn Murray has scored five goals in his last seven Premier League games, one more than he managed in his previous 33 appearances in the competition combined (4). Murray is [3.6] to score.
Huddersfield have scored the fewest second-half goals in the Premier League this season (3) but have conceded the most after the break (19). The draw half-time/Brighton full-time double result is [6.6].