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Here are Tom Clee's football betting tips for Brighton v Tottenham.

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Brighton to win or draw & BTTS

Brighton have only lost one of their last nine league games at the Amex, with both teams scoring in seven.

That run includes victories over Arsenal, Manchester United (twice) and a draw with Tottenham at the end of last season, so there’s no reason to think the Seagulls won’t take something on Saturday, even ignoring Spurs’ recent run of three consecutive defeats.

Shane Duffy to score

Six of the eight goals Spurs have conceded this season have been headers, with four coming from corners during their last three games.

Duffy already has two goals to his name this campaign, and will pose the biggest threat to Tottenham’s shaky defence at set pieces.

Lucas Moura to score

Brighton have struggled to contain wide forwards this season, with Roberto Pereyra, Mo Salah and Andre Schurrle all breaching their defence.

Lucas Moura looked lively off the bench in midweek and, with Harry Kane and Dele Alli struggling for form and fitness, his pace and direct running is likely to unsettle the home side’s centre-halves.

Glenn Murray to be carded

Murray was booked on 12 separate occasions at the Amex last season, and has already been carded in both of his appearances there this time around.

In front of the television cameras, it’s easy to see him overstepping the mark once more in trying to get the crowd going.

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