Brighton travel to Greece second in the group, and one point behind top-placed Marseille having played four matches.
But Roberto de Zerbi’s side have been dealing with a host of injury problems, and were without 10 players through injury and suspension for their 3-2 win at Forest.
Here’s everything you need to know about the match and get the latest odds and tips here.
When is AEK Athens vs Brighton?
The Europa League clash will take place on 30 November 2023 at 5.45pm GMT, and will be played at the Agia Sofia Stadium in Athens.
How can I watch it?
AEK Athens vs Brighton will be shown live in the UK on TNT Sports 2 streamed through the Discovery + app, with coverage starting at 5pm GMT.
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Brighton have been contending with a host of injuries.
Pervis Estupinan is expected to be out for a long time, while Tariq Lamptey is expected to be included.
AEK Athens 11/5
Even despite all the injury problems, the English club will see it through. AEK Athens 1-2 Brighton.