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Here are Tom Clee's football betting tips for the Sunday's early kick-off.

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Brighton double chance & BTTS

Brighton had the best home record outside the top six last season and have only lost to Spurs at the Amex so far this.

The Seagulls are great value to take at least a point from Chelsea, who have lost their last two on the road and are yet to beat a team higher than 15th away from home.

They're unlikely to keep a clean sheet, though, having failed to do so in their last six. They will also be without the suspended Shane Duffy.

Glenn Murray to score

A shoulder injury meant Murray didn't start against Burnley last weekend but, having come on as substitute for the final half hour, he should feature from the off on Sunday.

He's scored in six of Brighton's last seven games at the Amex this season, accounting for seven of their 12 home goals in total.

Over 2.5 Brighton cards

Brighton have the division's worst disciplinary record, with most of their transgressions taking place on home turf.

They've received 18 cards in their last six games at the Amex, only once failing to get three in a single match.

Over 1.5 Chelsea cards

Chelsea's behaviour has also slipped in recent weeks, accumlating 15 of their 24 yellows in their last five games alone.

Should the game go as predicted, then it's easy to see them getting a couple more.

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