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Revealed: The toughest grounds to visit in the Premier League - and how the Amex measures up

Brighton’s 0-0 stalemate with Everton on Monday night edged them even closer to Premier League this season.

Tuesday, 13th April 2021, 3:26 pm

The Seagulls are currently 15th in the Premier League after taking 33 points from their first 31 matches in the top flight.

And Graham Potter’s men have a lot to thank their away form for this term.

Albion have taken 19 points on the road in 2020/21, and their record of five wins, four draws, and six defeats is the 12th-best in the division.

By contrast, they have picked up just 12 points at the Amex, and their running total of two wins, eight draws, and six losses is the fourth-worst in the top flight.

But how does that form compare to their home record over the past decade?

Bankrate.com have run the number on every Premier League side to see who has built up the strongest fortress over the past 10 years.

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