The Race for Promotion: Newcastle, Brighton and Huddersfield’s Fixtures Compared

Brighton & Hove Albion (2nd – 77pts)

 

Brighton’s toughest test in their remaining 9 games could arrive in Saturday’s late kick off at Elland Road, where they face the revitalised Leeds United. Formidable at home, Brighton are still to face several struggling sides at The Amex such as Blackburn, Wigan & Bristol City, however it could be argued that such teams pose a threat, given they are fighting for their survival. The final few weeks of the season include a potentially dangerous trip to Norwich, who should have a new manager in charge by then, as well as a trip to Aston Villa on the final day of the season. You’d expect Brighton to drop very few points in their winnable home games to come. How they fair in the challenges to come away from home, could however make or break their promotion push.

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About Olly Hawkins

Born in Gateshead, Olly was a Junior Magpie from birth. As a season ticket holder and avid Newcastle United fan - he eats, sleeps and breathes all things NUFC.

4 thoughts on “The Race for Promotion: Newcastle, Brighton and Huddersfield’s Fixtures Compared

  1. Well Hoots has had a couple of slips,let’s hope Huddersfield have a slip or two,Shelvey said they are the best team they have played so here’s hoping they do slip up as they do have a game in hand on us

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