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The Script: How Brighton's 2019/20 Premier League season will pan out according to the stats

After narrowly avoiding the drop last season, the Seagulls have a new man at the helm in Graham Potter. What’s in store for the former Swansea boss?

The Script: Brighton

Brighton retained their Premier League status by the thinnest of margins last season, finishing just two points above the drop zone - a performance that ultimately cost Chris Hughton his job.

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With the start of the 2019/20 campaign just around the corner, Google Cloud, Opta and Squawka have got together to comb over the numbers and reveal what’s to come this term for the Seagulls.

It wasn’t just results that meant Hughton was shown the door; his style of play wore thin on the fans and Graham Potter will be charged with keeping the side in the division and lighting up the Amex a little more.

To find out if he can do just that, read on for Brighton’s script, and then check out BTSport.com's exclusive in-depth Brighton season preview and more from The Script.



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