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One change for Palace, with Michael Olise replacing Jordan Ayew. Wolves bring in Nelson Semedo, Nathan Collins, Hugo Bueno and Boubacar Traore for Jonny, Tito, Rayan Ait-Nouri and Joao Moutinho.

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Crystal Palace (4-1-4-1) Guaita; Ward, Andersen, Guehi, Mitchell; Doucoure; Olise, Schlupp, Eze, Zaha; Edouard.
Substitutes: Goodman, Johnstone, Tomkins, Milivojevic, Ebiowei, Balmer, Riedewald, Ayew, Mateta.

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Wolverhampton Wanderers (4-2-3-1) Sa; Semedo, Collins, Kilman, Bueno; Neves, B Traore; A Traore, Nunes, Podence; Costa.
Substitutes: Sarkic, Hwang, Moutinho, Mosquera, Guedes, Jonny, Ronan, Hodge, Campbell.

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Adam Lallana replaces Pervis Estupinan in the Brighton side, which probably means a switch to a back three.

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Forest manager Steve Cooper continues the titration of his new squad, with three changes from the 1-0 defeat at Wolves. Serge Aurier, Orel Mangala and Jesse Lingard replace Harry Toffolo, Cheikhou Kouyate and Emmanuel Dennis. Lingard might be playing as a false nine.

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Brighton (possible 3-4-2-1) Sanchez; Veltman, Dunk, Webster; March, Mac Allister, Caicedo, Trossard; Gross, Lallana; Welbeck.
Substitutes: Steele, Lamptey, van Hecke, Estupinan, Turns, Gilmour, Undav, Sarmiento, Enciso.

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Nottingham Forest (possible 4-3-3) Henderson; Aurier, McKenna, Cook, Williams; Yates, Freuler, Mangala; Johnson, Lingard, Gibbs-White.
Substitutes: Hennessey, Biancone, Worrall, Toffolo, Boly, Kouyate, Awoniyi, Surridge, Dennis.

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Good evening and welcome to the first part of your midweek treadmill session. It’s exhausting enough watching football these days, so relentless is the schedule, so spare a thought for the soft tissues of those who actually play it. There’s an almost full midweek programme in the Premier League, starting with two games tonight: Brighton v Nottingham Forest (7.30pm kick off), which we’ll be covering in full, and Crystal Palace v Wolves (8.15pm). We’ll have goal updates from that game at Selhurst Park, assuming there are any.

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So, Brighton v Forest. It’s a could-do-with-winning fixture for both teams. Brighton are chasing their first win under Roberto De Zerbi, at the fourth attempt, though they have played pretty well in all three games so there’s no need for Frank de Boer to be trending. Forest would like their first away victory in the Premier League since 8 May 1999, when they went to Ewood Park and dragged Blackburn towards the Championship with them.

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Brighton were homeless back then, playing their home games in Gillingham. They have become a model club, whose stability all promoted clubs would like to achieve. Forest are no exception.

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43 minutes Mars’ cross hits fellow full-back Trossard off the far post. He dropped it and hit the volleyball which Aurier fended off well.

42 minutes Trossard spends Aurier on a hard night. He runs him again but this time blocks a cross behind him for a goalkeeper.

41 minutes Johnson will try to keep going.

40 minutes Johnson has come down again with the same ankle problem. The referee stops play and gets permission from half of the Brighton team, probably because it’s not a head injury. Brighton were in a very good position, having just won the ball up the field.

39 minutes “If my memory serves me well,” began James Kidd, “the Albion’s first match at Brighton/Hove after their stop at Gillingham was actually a friendly against Nottingham Forest. The match I attended was held at Wedden Stadium and ended with a score of 2-2. Watching this game from the comfort of my couch in Warsaw and my daughter is in Amex. football…”

Anniversary is upon you!

38 minutes Johnson descends grabbing his ankle after a tackle from Webster, who let the ball pass in front of him and desperately tries to make a disbelief. Maybe it was a yellow card, but the referee did nothing wrong. Johnson is fine to continue.

36 minutes And another chance for Brighton. Lallana finds Trussard interfering, who carefully picked Gross near the penalty area. He whistled his first shot very close to Henderson, and the Forrest defender beat Welbeck on the rebound.

34 minutes It’s all Brighton now. Mars cuts inside from the right, beats Williams and leads a powerful low shot towards the near post. Henderson cleverly descends to push her back into a corner. It probably didn’t happen anyway, but Henderson didn’t take the risk.

33 min: Chance for Lallana! Trossard rotates a beautiful cross with the outside of the left foot capped wide by Lallana. There was no speed on the ball so it wasn’t an easy opportunity, but maybe he should have worked on Henderson.

31 min: Trussard hits the crossbar! Beautiful play by Brighton, who picked up a series of one-touch passes to create a small space. Welbeck’s shot was blocked from the edge of the area and rebounded to Trossard. He cut the rebound and fired his first shot from the top of the bar.

31 minutes Brighton had 70 per cent of the ball but only one shot on target. The forest hasn’t got a chance yet turning off targeting.

29 min: A chance for Veltman! This is the best chance of the match. Gross’ Angle bounced off the right around the area before gently dropping to Feltman, 12 yards away. His eyes widened and he hit her in orbit.

Joel Feltman hit her.
Joel Feltman hit her. Photography: Ashley Western/Shutterstock

28 minutes Mangala put in the back a quick free kick from Mars on the left.

25 minutes The last few minutes were more balanced, although Forrest still needed more of the front three. I feel a little sorry for Gibbs White, who doesn’t seem very comfortable on the right side.

23 minutes That’s a bit better than Forrest, made about 10-15 passes before Williams was well handled by March.

21 minutes Before the match, Steve Cooper said he wanted Forrest to take better care of the ball than he did in the first half at Wolverhampton on Saturday. they did not. They seem ominously low in terms of confidence.

20 minutes The only good thing about Forrest was that despite owning Brighton, Dean Henderson had only one relatively comfortable save. It’s just like watching Brighton.

Dean Henderson collects the ball under pressure and wears.
Dean Henderson collects the ball under pressure and wears. Photograph: Tony O’Brien/Reuters

18 minutes March accurately clears the ball over Williams and moves into the area, but is stuck in two minds and Forrest manages to clear the danger.

17 minutes Freuler wins two challenges in the Brighton half and reverses a pass towards the edge of the area. Dunk slips off his toe and the ball runs through Sanchez.

13 minutes Trossard collects a loose ball at the edge of the area, the flash creeps up and hits an upward motor propelled by Henderson. Brighton bombs the woods here.

12 minutes Ryan Thomas began “Re: why Brighton chose to play at Gillingham rather than Portsmouth”. “They have already declared Fratton as their temporary territory but didn’t think to mention it to Portsmouth FC first, who were unsurprisingly disappointed.”

9 minutes Forrest is struggling to get out of a third, not a half. Lallana takes a short corner kick with Gross and passes the cross to the far post. The jungle defender can only square it off at Webster (I think), who in turn hits the ball back across the penalty area. That was an opportunity.

7 minutes Brighton started with great confidence, with Trossard in particular on the left.

Serge Aurier on a busy night against Leandro Trossard.
Serge Aurier on a busy night against Leandro Trossard. Photo: Alistair Grant/IP

4 minutes”“It’s only 45-50 miles of hard driving from Brighton to Portsmouth,” David C Hunter wrote. “The Brighton management probably thought the West Sussex countryside was too nice for the players!”

Are you saying Gillingham isn’t cute? Who do you think you are, Peter Crouch?

3 minutes Total Angles Smart Angle to the unmarked Mac Allister on the edge of the area. His first shot was blocked.

2 minutes Leandro Trossard plays as a left-back for Brighton FC. Forrest’s front three looks rather smooth – when I write it’s Lingard on the left, Johnson Central and Gibbs-White on the right.

1 minute Peep peep! Brighton starts the match.

“Quadrovinia, eh?” Justin Kavanagh poses. “Brighton’s Roberto De Zerbe looks like a rocker at heart with his curly back hair and the cold, careless air. Meanwhile, Steve Cooper can’t just be adjusting to his zip-up shirts and looks from his sleepless nights burning through so much nervous energy.”

I almost spit my coffee When I read that Brighton were playing their home games in Gillingham in the late 1990s,” says Matt Peretz. “Same Gillingham [checks Google Maps] Approximately 63 miles from Brighton? Sure, I don’t think Selhurst Park was the best option, but was this really the closest? “

Lonely Brighton fans at their first game in Gillingham, in 1997.
Lonely Brighton fans at their first game in Gillingham, in 1997. Photo: Tom Jenkins/The Guardian

I couldn’t even remember it was called Division One instead of Championship so I’m not the best person to order. There aren’t many league stadiums in Kent and East Sussex, so maybe it’s not as strange as it sounds.

Crystal Palace vs Wolverhampton team news

One change for Palace, with Michael Ulis to replace Jordan Ayew. Wolves bring Nelson Semedo, Nathan Collins, Hugo Bueno and Boubacar Traore to Johnny and Tito, Ryan Ait Nouri and Joao Moutinho.

Crystal Palace (4-1-4-1) Gweta. Ward, Andersen; Joyhee, Mitchell; Docor. Ulysses, Schlub, Izzy, Zaha; Edward.
Alternatives: Goodman, Johnstone, Tomkins, Milivojevic, Ebiowei, Balmer, Riedewald, Ayew, Mateta.

Wolverhampton Wanderers (4-2-3-1) Sa ; Semedo, Collins, Kellman, Bueno; Neves, B. Traore; Traore, Nunes, Bodens; Costa.
Subs: Sarkić, Huang, Moutinho, Mosquera, Geddes, Johnny, Ronan, Hodge, Campbell.

What did the Forrest team do on social media? Matt thinks Donnie. “Did I miss a picture of Lingard keeping his chips away from some seagulls? Or is it something more mystical ‘Brighton’? Squaring up a donkey in a straw hat? Paying a little money at The Lanes? Smashing a levler’s violin?”

Imagine if this culture existed in the 80s. “Brian, there is no easy way to say this: The social media team is disappointed to have you out on TikTok.”

We went to Brighton “On a bank holiday on Monday, but he couldn’t see any fight between depositors and rockers, even after watching Quadrovinha the night before,” Gordon Petendre says. “What is happening to the country?”

game over.

Bellboy!
Bellboy! Photo: Christofel Group / Alami

Pre-match reading

Here is Will Unwin on Steve Cooper’s search for the S word.

Brighton vs Notme Forest news

Adam Lallana replaces Pervis Estupinan at Brighton, which likely means switching to three in defence.

Jungle coach Steve Cooper continues to calibrate his new team, with three changes from the 1-0 defeat to Wolverhampton. Serge Aurier, Uriel Mangala and Jesse Lingard replaced Harry Toffolo, Shekho Kouyate and Emmanuel Denis. Lingard may be playing like a false nine.

Brighton (possible 3-4-2-1) Sanchez. Feltman, Dunk, Webster; Mars, Mac Alister; Caicedo, Trussard; Gross, Lallana; Welbeck.
Substitutes: Steele, Lamptey, Van Heck, Estupinan, Tornes, Gilmore, Undav, Sarmiento, Inciso.

Nottingham Forest (possible 4-3-3) Henderson. Orer, McKenna; Cook, Williams; Yeats, Froeller, Mangala; Johnson, Lingard, Gibbs White.
Alternatives: Hennessey, Biancone, Worrall, Toffolo, Boly, Kouyate, Awoniyi, Surridge, Dennis.

“Go on, Rob.” Adam Wilson says: “Forrest Blackburn was relegated to the then First Division (Endsley?), not the Championship (the rebranding occurred in 2004-05).”

As usual, I’m going to flyer. Wait till you read my post on the Coca-Cola Cup Finals in the ’70s.

Preamble

Good evening, and welcome to the first part of our midweek treadmill session. It’s stressful enough Watch Football these days, its schedule is relentless, so don’t think about the soft tissues of those already playing it. There is almost a full program midweek in the Premier League, starting with two matches tonight: Brighton vs Nottingham Forest (7.30pm), which we’ll cover in full, and Crystal Palace vs. Wolves (8.15pm). We’ll get goal updates from that match at Selhurst Park, assuming there are any updates.

So, Brighton vs. Forest. It’s a win-win match for both teams. Brighton are chasing their first win under Roberto de Zerbe, at the fourth attempt, although they have done well in all three matches, so Frank de Boer need not be ahead. Forrest wants his first away win in Premier League Since May 8, 1999, when they went to Ewood Park and dragged Blackburn toward the championship with them.

Brighton was homeless at the time, as they played their home matches in Gillingham. They have become an exemplary club that all the emerging clubs want to stabilize. The forest is no exception.


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