This weekend ought to have seen Burnley host Brighton and Hove Albion at Turf Moor within the remaining spherical of Premier League fixtures.
Sean Dyche’s side are 10th, simply six factors off fifth-placed Manchester United, within the present standings with the coronavirus disaster halting proceedings in March.
Who is aware of what might have been using on the go to of the Seagulls, we imagined it right here.
Within the absence of the actual factor, in the interim not less than, we thought we would play out the competition on FIFA 20.
To arrange this simulation, we used kick-off mode however did not choose a staff to manage; we then chosen the groups and watched the match play out by itself, to provide us a novel prediction.
Burnley versus Brighton
We predicted the Burnley facet to begin could be: Pope, Bardsley, Mee, Tarkowski, Taylor; Hendrick, Cork, Westwood, McNeil; Wooden, Rodriguez
We predicted Brighton’s beginning XI as: Ryan, Burn, Dunk, Webster, Montoya, Gross, Propper, Stephens, Trossard, Mooy, Maupay
Chris Wooden cast the primary likelihood after just some minutes however did not capitalise on Mat Ryan’s error by firing extensive of objective.
The ball fell kindly to Wooden once more halfway by the half however from just some yards out the Kiwi worldwide hit a tame shot.
Regardless of although as simply earlier than the half-hour mark Burnley took the lead.
Dwight McNeil’s centre was expertly tucked away by Jack Cork from contained in the field to place the Clarets 1-Zero up.
However the pleasure did not final lengthy.
The full of life Leandro Trossard discovered house down the left and pulled the ball again for Dale Stephens to slip a daisy cutter in off the submit to revive parity.
Burnley have been let off the hook on the point of the interval when Neil Maupay raced by solely to fit an effort extensive of Nick Pope’s left-hand submit.
Maupay was at it once more after the restart however noticed a thunderous strike come again off Pope’s crossbar.
Mooy then drew a high-quality save from Pope who tipped over his close-range try.
All Brighton’s strain ultimately paid off on 69 minutes when Mooy performed in Maupay and he rifled past Pope.
Ashley Barnes, on as a sub, squandered a late likelihood to steal some extent for the hosts as Brighton ran out final day winners.
Ultimate rating – Burnley 1-2 Brighton
What do you assume the rating would have been?
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