The Christmas football continues as Brighton take on QPR from the Falmer Stadium this lunchtime ( KO 12:30).
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Brighton will aim to deliver their fans an early Christmas present later tonight when they take on QPR from the Falmer Stadium this lunchtime.
The Seagulls can go top of the table with a win over their Yorkshire opponents but things will not be easy, with both sides in confident mood coming into the game.
When the sides last met in March, Brighton ran out comfortable 4-0 winners with Tomer Hemed scoring a brace.
A different game is expected this time round however with Leeds sitting fourth in the table and in the middle of a great run of form.
Key to that run has been manager Garry Monk.
The former Swansea boss has shown that his good work at Swansea was no fluke as he has turned a mid-table side into genuine challengers in a short few months.
Monk has brought in a few decent players who played under him at Swansea, notably Pablo Hernandez and Kyle Bartley, and both players have contributed in different ways this season.
Monk’s impact has not gone unrecognised with his opposite number singing his praises; “This is one of their best periods and I think they’ve got a lot of stability in the team at the moment.
They’ve got an excellent manager who’s managed at the top level. He [Monk] created a team at Swansea, even though others contributed before him, but he’s very much putting his stamp on the team [Leeds] now” Hughton told Brighton’s official website.
Brighton will be without suspended left-back Gaetan Bong with Sebastien Pocognoli set to come into replace the Cameroonian defender.
In addition the South Coast side will be missing key midfielder Beram Kayal, out due to an ankle injury, defender Uwe Hunemeier out with a broken hand and right-back Liam Rosenior (ankle).
Leeds meanwhile are sweating on the fitness of midfielder Eunan O’Kane (groin) however Liam Cooper is set to return after ankle trouble.
Former Brighton midfielder Liam Bridcutt and forward Pablo Hernandez are both back in training after injury lay-offs but are unlikely to feature.
Brighton are unbeaten in their last 13 games, having only lost twice all season, with the side only one point behind Championship pace setters Newcastle Utd.
Leeds themselves have won five of their last six in the Championship and are now firmly placed in fourth spot with a playoff spot at the very least expected by the Elland Road faithful.
It should be an intriguing encounter with both sides not wanting to give anything away.
The 10/11 on the home win offers plenty of appeal considering the fortunes of Brighton this season and should get the weekend off to a flyer.
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