Frank Lampard is not resting on his laurels nor looking to back to back away wins as an indicator that today’s match against Brighton will be easy. He said of facing Graham Potter’s side: “It will be a really tough match. I have got huge respect for him, from playing against his team last year twice and seeing what he has done with Brighton.
“It is not easy to change, really affect a style of play and I think it has been quite clear he has done that.
“There will be a lot of work there that he has done. I’ve seen him and watched back the game they played against Arsenal where they went there and controlled big elements of the game so I am under no illusions as to how hard it will be. He has done a great job.”
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