Brighton are bidding to win consecutive WSL games for the first time since March 2022 as they host Arsenal in a sold out clash at Broadfield Stadium.Embed from Getty Images
Both sides are going into the tie coming off the back of great wins, with the Albion beating Manchester City 1-0 despite facing 35 shots, and Arsenal showing an outstanding performance to beat Leicester 6-2, despite trailing 2-0 at half time.Embed from Getty Images
The Seagulls have lost all 10 of their WSL matches against the Gunners.
Manager Melissa Phillips is looking to put an end to this poor run: “We need all our fans there to will us on. Arsenal often travel quite deep with their fans, so we need a big performance from them as well in the weekend ahead.”Embed from Getty Images
Arsenal have never conceded away to Brighton in the WSL.
When asked about the prospect of facing Brighton, boss Jonas Eidevall said: “This is the most competitive season there has ever been in the WSL. We need to be 100% all the time.”Embed from Getty Images
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