Brighton vs Sheffield Wednesday by Neuro
Brighton tried a lot in their previous game, mostly through ball possession, but weren't creative much as they suffered 2:0 defeat away to Ipswich on Saturday evening. Hosts went much stronger into the game and scored two quick goals, both by McGoldrick as they had two goals lead already after twenty five minutes of the match.
As said, they tried during the game, but were limited to ball possession and couldn't do much more in front of the opponents goal, staying without respond till the end of the match. This defeat broke their run of six matches without defeat, counting three victories and three defeats, as the team climbed up to the 12th position at the table. After two defeats at early start in Championship, they have improved the form and their performance, but will need a lot to achieve the target they set. For now, they want to get another home three pointer against one of the weakest sides early in the season. Midfielder Bridcutt and striker Mackail-Smith are both close to return, although they weren't important part of the team till now, while striker and top scorer of the team Ulloa is set to return from suspension.
Sheffield Wednesday is showing to be one of the weakest sides early in the season, as the team earned only four points in first eight rounds and are still without a single victory. They are coming from a 0:1 defeat at home against Doncaster, in a game were both sides had their chances to claim three points, but the goal from visitors twenty minutes before the full time has decided a very tight game.
It was their second consecutive defeat as the team previous lost on the road against Birmingham 4:1, another side that didn't show to be something special this Summer. After four consecutive draws, they are now back to the losing path, as the team currently stands tied at four points with bottom placed teams Bolton and Barnsley, with the difference that Sheffield has played one game less. Their target for this game is to remain unbeaten, as they would surely like to get a victory sooner than later and escape from the relegating positions. Central defender Gardner (5/0) and right back Floro (1/0) are both out injured.
Brighton has still a lot of to prove and surely have much better squad than their current position shows. They played well in previous home game against Bolton and are hot favorites to win against completely out of form Sheffield, team that should be lucky if they avoid relegation this season.