Mark Lawrenson thinks West Ham United will draw 1-1 with Brighton tomorrow night.

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The Hammers travel to the south coast to take on the Seagulls for a game that we must win if we are to finish inside the top six.

David Moyes has worked miracles at the London Stadium.

West Ham’s season is in danger of fizzling out, however.

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Graham Potter and David Moyes (Photo by PAUL CHILDS/POOL/AFP via Getty Images)

The Hammers desperately need a win against Graham Potter’s side tomorrow night.

Mark Lawrenson predicts Brighton vs West Ham

The Hammers have struggled against the Seagulls recently. We haven’t beaten the south coast club in our last six attempts!

And Lawrenson thinks out frustrations will continue.

 

Lawro predicted the result of tomorrow night’s match when writing his regular prediction column for BBC Sport:

Mark Lawrenson (Photo by Stu Forster/Getty Images)

“West Ham’s home defeat by Everton last weekend all but finished off their hopes of making the top four, even though it is still mathematically possible. I see more frustration for David Moyes’ side here too. Brighton will be without suspended duo Lewis Dunk and Neal Maupay after their red cards against Wolves. That should help the Hammers, but I still think Brighton will get something out of the game.”

Lawro’s prediction: 1-1

Brighton do have somewhat of an injury and suspension crisis on their hands ahead of tomorrow’s clash, however, as covered here yesterday on Hammers News.

The West Ham players will still have to be on their best form of course.

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If Moyes’s men are up for it, however, we can only see one result.

We’re going 2-0 West Ham. COYI X

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