Our football match prediction:
David faces Goliath at AESSEAL New York Stadium on Matchday 36. Rock-bottom Rotherham United take on promotion-chasing Brighton and a lively contest appears on the cards. The Millers are on a four-game losing run in the Championship at the moment and they conceded 11 goals in last three league fixtures. The hosts head into Tuesday’s football match with the lack of confidence and they are unlikely to upset the second-placed team on day 36. Brighton aim to make amends for back-to-back losses to the like of Newcastle United and Nottingham Forest and seeing that Rotherham United struggle at the back, we predict that Chris Hughton’s men will crush the Millers at AESSEAL New York Stadium. When the two teams met at the American Express Community Stadium the Seagulls rolled over their Tuesday’s rivals and the history is likely to repeat itself. A man to watch in the away team will be Antony Knockaert, who is enjoying yet another successful season.
Highlighted Player (Joe Mattock):
Joe Mattock is a professional footballer who plays for Rotherham United in the Championship. Mattock was born on 11 May, 1990 in Leicester, England and he began his senior career at Leicester City. He plays as a left back and his contract with Rotherham United expires on 30 June, 2017. Joe Mattock played for West Bromwich Albion, Sheffield United, Portsmouth and Brighton in the past and he represented England on the international stage as well. He has 1 cap for England U17 team, 13 caps for the U19 team and 5 for England U21 team. Mattock started his youth career at Leicester City and he was voted Leicester’s academy played of the 2006/2007 season. He made his debut for the Leicester City senior team on 14 April, 2007, in a 2-1 loss to Norwich City. He came as a substitute in the second half of the match, replacing Gareth McAuley at left back. Speaking of his personal life, Mattock was sentenced to ten months in prison on October 2011 as he pleaded guilty to a charge of affray.
Highlighted Team (Brighton & Hove Albion):
Brighton & Hove Albion Football Club were formed in 1901. The Seagulls welcome their opponents at Falmer Stadium and the capacity of Brighton’s home ground is 30,750. The stadium was built in 2008 and it was opened in 2011. The venue is known for commercial purposes as American Express Community Stadium. Brighton compete in the Championship and they play in blue and white stripes. The colour of Brighton’s away kit is green. The club made it to the FA Cup final in 1983, but English giants Manchester United proved to be a big catch for the Red Devils. Brighton’s main rivals are Crystal Palace and the Seagulls have recorded 35 wins over the Eagles. Frank Stapleton, Martin Chivers, Joe Corrigan, Bobby Zamora, Mark Lawrenson, Bobby Smith, John Crumplin and Frank Worthington are notable footballers who played for Brighton in the past. The Albion is Preston’s yet another nickname. Bristol City