According to the Fixture Difficulty Ratings (FDR), each of their next three matches score no more than three.
Lewis Dunk (£4.9m) has already shown his potential at both ends of the pitch against two of his upcoming opponents.
Joel Veltman (£4.4m) offers a cheaper route into the Brighton defence. He has an assist and two clean sheets in their last three matches.
In attack, Leandro Trossard (£5.7m) has been Brighton's most explosive player this season.
The Belgian has four double-figure hauls, recording two of those in his previous four appearances.
Danny Welbeck (£5.5m), meanwhile, remains their most consistent pick.
When selected, he has been involved in a team-leading 50 per cent of Brighton’s goals.
Managers looking for the ultimate differential could consider midfielder Jakub Moder (£5.0m), whose ownership remains under 0.1 per cent in Fantasy.
Moder has started each of Brighton's last three matches and produced seven shots in the box, more than any team-mate.
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