Round 5 of the English Premier League gets underway on Friday night with a coastal derby between Bournemouth and Brighton
Bournemouth lost 3-0 at Arsenal last week and are one of 2 sides yet to open their points account this season.
Their 4 defeats include home losses to Watford (2-0) and then Manchester City (2-1)
The goal Bournemouth scored against City is the only time they have found the net this season whilst they have conceded 8 times
Bournemouth won the corner count against Watford 8-5 and against City they lost the corner count 5-2
Bournemouth have run up a total of 6 yellow cards in their 2 home games, 5 of which came in the defeat to City
Brighton were 3-1 winners at home to West Brom last week and they now have 4 points to show from 4 matches
The goals in last week’s win over West Brom were Brighton’s first since winning promotion from the Championship last season
Brighton’s road trips comprise of a 2-0 defeat at Leicester and a 0-0 draw at Watford who played a big chunk of the game with 10 men.
Away to Leicester Brighton lost the corner count 6-2 but with a numberical advantage they won the corner count at Watford 11-3
Brighton have picked up just 1 yellow card in their 2 road trips
Referee: Craig Pawson
Matches3 , Yellows 20, Reds 2
2016 /17 Head to Head (Premier League Only)
Note, odds quoted are an approximate average and are correct at the time of last update but are subject to change
A total goals count of 2-3 has arrived in 3 of 4 Bournemouth matches this season and given they look best watched right now, that goals trend gets the vote to continue here.
Bet: Total goals 2-3 at 19/20
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