On Wednesday night in the Premier League, Brighton & Hove Albion will play host to Manchester City with both teams nearing a closure to what will be a successful season for them.
With their spot in the Europa League for the upcoming season already locked up, Brighton & Hove Albion will face Manchester City with nothing left to play for. They will, however, want to finish the year strong and offer the home crowd more causes to rejoice.
The Seagulls go into the game with four victories in their previous six league games and currently sit sixth in the standings. Manchester City, on the other hand, have been in an uproar and are now unstoppable.
Although they have nothing to play for, they will attempt to scrape out a victory on the road on Wednesday. Although Manchester City has already won the Premier League, it remains to be seen if the players will maintain their motivation to perform well in this match.
Manchester City may decide to rest their star players for their final games in the Premier League ahead of their preparation for their upcoming match against Inter Milan in the UEFA Champions League final.
Leandro Trossard, Adam Webster, and Dan Burn scored in the final home game of the 2020–21 season to give Brighton a 3-2 comeback victory over Man City, their only top-flight victory over Man City.
Brighton have won three of their last four home games, despite losing 5-1 to Everton during that period.