Brighton are set to face their next Premier League rivals, Wolves, in the midweek.
Graham Potter’s side are currently in 12th place in the league table with 20 points. Meanwhile, the Wolves are 10th with 21 points.
Both sides will be hoping to have a successful game, while Merson back’s the Seagulls to beat the opponents with a score of 1 – 0.
“This is a hard one to call and I can’t see too many goals being scored when Brighton and Wolves lock horns at the Amex Stadium,”
he said (via Metro UK
"Wolves are really solid defensively, but they haven’t scored enough goals this season and will be without Raul Jimenez for this one.
"It was a bad, bad red card and that could swing it in Brighton’s favor.
"Wolves played well against Manchester City and it has to be said that it was never a handball from Joao Moutinho, common sense has to prevail in such situations.
"Without Jimenez, this is a Premier League game that could well be decided by a solitary goal, so I think Brighton will just nick this one."
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