Spurs travel to the south coast on Tuesday night for their first ever trip to the Amex Stadium. This will actually be the first time Tottenham have played Brighton away since 1983.

Mauricio Pochettino’s men will be hoping to edge closer to securing their Champions League place and even chase second spot, after Manchester United slipped up on Sunday.

Spurs have been in very good form of late, despite losing last time out to champions Manchester City, they had won their previous six games.

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Brighton come into this game off the back of a disappointing 3-2 defeat away to rivals Crystal Palace. However, a win here against Spurs would all but ensure Premier League survival.

Brighton have shown the are capable of a giant killing at home as they defeated North London rivals Arsenal 2-1 at the Amex in March.

Pochettino will expect for a dominant performance from his Spurs side and to return to winning ways.

Here’s how we expect them to line up…

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