Mali midfielder Yves Bissouma will be returning to Brighton and Hove Albion team in time for action in Saturday’s FA Cup game against Tottenham Hotspur at the White Hart Lane, with Enock Mwepu already back to training with the team following Zambia’s elimination under the watchful eyes of real money pokies at the time.
Brighton had to do without Bissouma for two weeks following his call-up for the ongoing Africa Cup of Nations. However, Mali was unable to reach the final and was eliminated from the tournament in the Round of 16 having succumbed to a loss against Equatorial Guinea on penalties.
Now the midfielder has now reunited with the Brighton squad as they intend to face Tottenham in an away game in the FA Cup on Saturday.
A statement from the club website claimed that the midfielder is a contender for the starting lineup on Saturday, reads: “Yves Bissouma is also in contention after returning from the Africa Cup of Nations.
“Moises Caicedo is due to return to the UK on Saturday from World Cup duty with Ecuador, and the head coach is hopeful he will be in the squad.”
The Seagulls scored another good news ahead of their clash, as Mwepu has also returned to full training with the team.
Mwepu succumbed to a hamstring injury in the club’s FA Cup victory against West Bromwich Albion, with a final result of 2-1 at the Hawthorns on January 8 and he has been on the sidelines ever since.
The 23-year-old player had to miss out on the Seagulls’ last three matches which all resulted in a 1-1 draw. But while he has returned to training with the squad, he will be having no part in the game against Antonio Conte’s Spurs on Saturday.
The statement continues: “Enock Mwepu and Jeremy Sarmiento are back in training but won’t be considered on Saturday while Alexis Mac Allister is ruled out after testing positive for Covid on World Cup duty with Argentina.”
Ever since he joined the Premier League from Austrian club RB Salzburg at the beginning of the 2021-22 campaign, the Zambia international was able to bag a goal in six league games and meilleur jeu casino predicts he might get more in the coming games.
While he won’t be considered for the game against Spurs, he might be fit in time for the Seagulls’ Premier League game against Watford at the Vicarage Road on February 12.
With 30 points to their name, Graham Potter’s team currently sits at the ninth position in the Premier League with 22 league matches played so far this campaign.