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The Stats: Brighton & Hove Albion

Our statistical preview of Sunday’s visitors ahead of our Quarter-Final contest

15 March 2019

Millwall’s attention returns to the Emirates FA Cup this weekend, with a huge opportunity of a Wembley appearance at stake against Chris Hughton’s Brighton & Hove Albion outfit in this Sunday’s Quarter-Final at The Den. As The Lions prepare to test ourselves against Albion, we take a look at the team’s recent statistics as well as recent meetings between the two sides.

2018/19:

Premier League record: 15th – Played 29, Points 33 – Won 9, Drew 6, Lost 14 – Scored 32, Conceded 42 (GD -10)

Top scorer (League): Glenn Murray, 11 goals

Top assists: Anthony Knockaert, six assists

Top appearances: Glenn Murray, 29 appearances

 

2017/18:

Premier League position: 15th

League record: Played 38, Points 40 – Won 9, Drew 13, Lost 16 – Scored 34, Conceded 54 (GD -20)

FA Cup: Quarter-Finals (won 2-1 v Crystal Palace (H), won 0-1 v Middlesbrough (A), won 3-1 v Coventry City (H), lost 2-0 v Manchester United (A))

Carabao Cup: Third Round (won 1-0 v Barnet (H), lost 1-0 v AFC Bournemouth (A))

Transfers:

Transfers in: Alireza Jahanbakhsh (AZ Alkmaar), Yves Bissouma (Lille), Bernardo (RB Leipzig), Alexis Mac Allister (Argentinos), Martin Montoya (Valencia), Florin Andone (Deportivo La Coruna), David Button (Fulham), Dan Burn (Wigan Athletic), Percy Tau (Sundowns), Jan Mlakar (NK Maribor), Tudor Baluta (FC Viitorul), Peter Gwargis (Jonkoping), Billy Arce (Independiente), Leon Balogun (Mainz), Jason Steele (Sunderland), Leo Ostigard (Molde)

Transfers out: Jiri Skalak (Millwall), Sam Baldock (Reading), Connor Goldson (Rangers), Oliver Norwood (Sheffield United), Mathias Normann (Rostov), Jamie Murphy (Rangers), Tudor Baluta (FC Viitorul, return on loan), Uwe Hunemeier (Paderborn), Tim Krul (Norwich City), Alexis Mac Allister (Argentinos, return on loan), Niki Maenpaa (Bristol City), Tyler Hornby-Forbes (Newport County), Christian Walton (Wigan Athletic, loan), Percy Tau (Saint-Gilloise, loan), Richie Towell (Rotherham United, loan), Billy Arce (CS Emelec, loan), Tomer Hemed (QPR, loan), Markus Suttner (Dusseldorf, loan), Ezequiel Schelotto (Chievo Verona, loan), Jan Mlakar (NK Maribor, loan), Steve Sidwell (retired), Liam Rosenior (retired), Rohan Ince (released)

Past record:

Millwall wins: 37

Draws: 24

Brighton wins: 39

Last five meetings (League unless stated):

17th March 2015 – Millwall 0-0 Brighton

12th December 2014 – Brighton 0-1 Millwall: Gregory

1st March 2014 – Millwall 0-1 Brighton: Lopez

31st August 2013 – Brighton 1-1 Millwall: Ulloa; Woolford

18th December 2012 – Brighton 2-2 Millwall: Lua Lua, Lopez; Wood (2) 


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