Chelsea manager Graham Potter returns to his former stomping ground at the weekend when he takes his team to the Amex Stadium to face Brighton.

Potter oversaw an excellent start to the season with the Seagulls, which saw him poached by Chelsea in early September.

It hasn’t been plain sailing for either club since then, with Brighton failing to win any of their five games since Potter left. Potter has had it slightly better in west London, particularly in the Champions League after a third straight win this week, but are without a win in their last two domestically.


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