Brighton welcome Crystal Palace at the Amex Stadium on Friday night as the Premier League makes its return after the FA Cup took centre stage last weekend.

After going 11 games without a win, the Seagulls have won two and and drawn of their last three Premier League outings and are ninth in the table with 27 points, four ahead of Palace.

Patrick Vieira‘s men have lost two of their last three league games but have an excellent record against their rivals, whom they have beat in the last five Premier League meetings including the last two trip to the Amex. 

Follow Sportsmail’s DAN CANCIAN for live Premier League coverage of Brighton vs Crystal Palace, including build-up, team news and updates. 

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