Anyone hoping to see Fulham at Brighton live tonight had better be one of the 2,500 travellers expected to swell away support for the Whites.

The game is not live on Sky TV, because the media giant has opted to show Hull City's home match with Wolves instead.

And the other reason? The Seagulls' home game has been moved forward 24 hours due to the Brighton Marathon, to be held on Sunday.

The course will be under construction tomorrow and therefore requires Brighton's game to be shunted forward to avoid clashing with 20,000 fans headed for the Amex Stadium in nearby Falmer.

Fulham go there hoping for an upset against a side vying for automatic promotion.

“Brighton need to take the risk, they need to win the game,” head coach Slavisa Jokanovic says. “So we need to know what to expect and be ready with a plan to win.

“We are under pressure too. We're not safe. Brighton are under a different pressure. Our mission is to be competitive.

“More than 2,000 of our fans will travel and want to see a good performance and a Fulham victory.

“This is our motivation. They always support us, for example at Preston. We will do everything to win the game."

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