Match Stats

BHA
NAN

Possession

50% 50%

Shots (on Goal)

2 (2)
1 (1)
BHA NAN
0 Fouls 0
0 Yellow Cards 0
0 Red Cards 0
0 Offsides 0
0 Corner Kicks 0
0 Saves 0

Form

Last Five Games Date Competition
DBirmingham CityBIR1-1Brighton & Hove AlbionBHA 28 Jul, 2018 Friendly
DCharlton AthleticCHA1-1Brighton & Hove AlbionBHA 24 Jul, 2018 Friendly
LAFC WimbledonWIM2-1Brighton & Hove AlbionBHA 21 Jul, 2018 Friendly
DSt GallenFCSG1-1Brighton & Hove AlbionBHA 14 Jul, 2018 Friendly
LLiverpoolLIV4-0Brighton & Hove AlbionBHA 13 May, 2018 English Premier League

Form

Last Five Games Date Competition
WNantesNAN1-0StrasbourgSTRA 19 May, 2018 French Ligue 1
WAngersANG0-2NantesNAN 12 May, 2018 French Ligue 1
LNantesNAN0-2MontpellierMONT 6 May, 2018 French Ligue 1
LLyonLYON2-0NantesNAN 28 Apr, 2018 French Ligue 1
DNantesNAN1-1Stade RennesREN 20 Apr, 2018 French Ligue 1

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