Fulham have lost each of the last four outings, one of them an FA Cup clash, which means all they have to play for is the league, and survival to be precise. For Brighton, the last three matches have ended winless and they booked a replay with West Bromwich Albion in the FA Cup courtesy of a barren draw on Saturday but they are in much better shape compared to Fulham, with two wins in their last 10 matches. Fulham have two wins in the last 19 matches but in the Premier League at home they have three wins in the last 10. Brighton on the other hand, have three wins in their last 10 Premier League matches but are winless in the last four away league matches, conceding twice in each of their last three away league games. To be fair on Brighton, they have faced top sides in their last two league matches – Liverpool and Manchester United and those came right after a few other tricky matches against Arsenal, Everton and West Ham United. Brighton have not lost to Fulham in the last six competitive meetings and overall, in 12 meetings, Brighton have seven wins and Fulham three.