- Brighton's only victory in the past nine meetings was by 5-0 in the most recent encounter on the south coast, three years ago (D1, L7). Glenn Murray scored a hat-trick in that Championship fixture.
- Norwich had won their previous four away games in this fixture.
- This will be the first top-flight meeting between the sides since May 1983, when Norwich won 2-1 at Carrow Road.
Brighton & Hove Albion
- The Seagulls have earned back-to-back league victories at the Amex Stadium, as many as they had in their previous 15 attempts. They have only once won three Premier League home games in a row - 18 months ago.
- Brighton could score three goals or more in three successive home league games for the first time since March 2011, when they were in League One.
- Albion have lost 15 Premier League matches in 2019, more than any other team.
- Neal Maupay has scored in three consecutive Premier League home fixtures. The only Brighton player to do so in four is Glenn Murray last December.
- The goalless draw against Bournemouth in Norwich's most recent away game ended a run of four straight defeats on the road from the beginning of the season.
- Their solitary away goal this season is Teemu Pukki's consolation strike against Liverpool on the opening weekend.
- Pukki has gone five league appearances without a goal. It's two years since he had a longer barren streak, which spanned 10 league games for Brondby.
- The Canaries have conceded two goals or more in seven of their past eight league fixtures.
- The 15 league goals they have conceded in the first half is the most in the division.
- Norwich are yet to earn a point this season after falling behind in a game, and they have lost 21 of the past 22 Premier League fixtures in which they conceded first.