Brighton and Hove Albion v Huddersfield Town, 07 April 2018

Score1-1
RefereeAnthony Taylor
CompetitionPremier League
VenueAMEX Stadium
Attendance30,501
Kick-off: 3.00pm Huddersfield Town remained without a win in their six visits to AMEX Stadium (lost three).

Goals:

Jonas Lössl own goal 29 OG

Goals:

Steve Mounié 33 G

Starting lineup:

Goalkeeper Mat Ryan
Defender Gaëtan Bong
Defender/Centre back Shane Duffy
Defender/Midfielder Lewis Dunk
Defender/Midfielder Solly March
Defender/Midfielder Ezequiel Schelotto
Midfielder Pascal Gross
Midfielder Davy Pröpper
Midfielder Dale Stephens
Midfielder/Forward José Izquierdo
Forward Glenn Murray

Starting lineup:

Goalkeeper Jonas Lössl
Defender Terence Kongolo
Midfielder Jonathan Hogg
Midfielder Tom Ince
Midfielder Alex Pritchard
Midfielder/Forward Aaron Mooy
Midfielder/Forward Rajiv Van la Parra
Forward Steve Mounié

Substitutions:

Leonardo Ulloa for Glenn Murray 67
Beram Kayal for Pascal Gross 76

Substitutions:

Philip Billing for Jonathan Hogg 80
Laurent Depoitre for Tom Ince 90
Collin Quaner for Rajiv Van la Parra 90

Cards:

Davy Pröpper 58 R
Shane Duffy 74 Y

Cards:

On the bench:

Goalkeeper Tim Krul
Defender Bruno Saltor
Defender Connor Goldson
Midfielder Beram Kayal
Forward Sam Baldock
Forward Jürgen Locadia
Forward Leonardo Ulloa

On the bench:

Goalkeeper Joel Coleman
Defender Tommy Smith
Defender/Midfielder Chris Löwe
Defender/Midfielder Scott Malone
Midfielder Philip Billing
Forward Collin Quaner

Comments:

League position: 13th This was Brighton and Hove Albion's 200th game in the top division (won 55 and lost 86). There had now been more own goals involving Albion so far in this Premier League season than any other team (five against and one for). The Seagulls had now failed to keep a clean sheet in their last 11 games in the Premier League.

Comments:

League position: 16th Huddersfield Town had now conceded in each of their last 14 away games in the Premier League; the longest such run in the competition in this season. Steve Mounié's goal ended Town's run of 426 minutes of play in the Premier League without a goal. The Terriers had now seen an opponent sent off four times in this Premier League season; only Burnley had seen more (six).