Despite the point against the Reds, Scott Parker’s side find themselves back in the relegation zone thanks to Burnley’s win over Arsenal on Sunday.
However, victory over the Seagulls would see them leapfrog their opponents into 16th and they would be guaranteed to end the week above the drop zone, even if Burnley were to beat Aston Villa on Thursday.
Brighton picked up their own morale-boosting draw against Liverpool last month but have lost both of their games since, including when being outclassed by Leicester on Sunday.
Fulham vs Brighton prediction: 2-1 home win
Fulham have shown signs of improvement in recent weeks, taking four points from a tough run of games against Everton, Man City, Leicester and Liverpool.
They must translate those performances into wins when they get the chance against teams around them in the table.
Date, kick-off time and venue
Fulham vs Brighton is scheduled for an 8pm GMT kick-off on Wednesday, December 16, 2020.
The game will be played at Craven Cottage behind closed doors after London was placed in Tier 3 of the government’s coronavirus restrictions.
How to watch Fulham vs Brighton
TV channel: The game will be televised on Amazon Prime Video.
Live stream: Amazon Prime subscribers will be able to watch the match online.
Fulham vs Brighton team news
Aleksandar Mitrovic is fit again after missing the Liverpool game with an ankle injury, but had already slipped out of Scott Parker’s starting XI and is likely to be on the bench.
Brighton will hope to have Tariq Lamptey and Adam Webster available after both missed the Leicester defeat with minor injuries.
Wolves vs Chelsea h2h Premier League results
Fulham wins: 1
Brighton wins: 0
Last meeting: Fulham 4-2 Brighton (January 29, 2019)
Wolves vs Chelsea odds and betting tips (subject to change)
Fulham to win: 2/1
Brighton to win: 13/8
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