Brighton must learn to rebound from disappointment, says Hughton

24 September 2017, 12:14 | Andres Norman

Tim Krul facing Bournemouth

Tim Krul facing Bournemouth

"Newcastle will be a tougher test, there was just a point between the two over the course of 46 games in the toughest league in the world last season and I still think we are pretty closely matched".

In his pre-match press conference, Chris Hughton had talked about the small margins in the Premier League and how Jamaal Lascelles had turned two points into six for Newcastle in the past two game, scoring set-piece winners in both.

Hughton said the Tyneside club are reaping the benefits from the transfer business they did a year ago.

Fellow promoted rivals Brighton have experienced a tough start in the top flight, picking up just four points in five games.

Despite playing second fiddle to Australian worldwide Mathew Ryan, who has cemented himself as the team's first choice keeper, Krul appeared content enough to agree to join the club on a permanent transfer and will try to push his way into the starting line-up as often as possible this season.

"Hopefully, we can continue to perform well".

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"I said after the last game that we still have plenty of room for improvement and we are trying to improve in attack and defence".

The former Newcastle number one made 185 total appearances for the Magpies but found himself pushed further down the pecking order after the side were relegated and the 6-foot-4 keeper suffered an injury that kept him out for many weeks.

"I left Bournemouth, which was a fantastic stage and period of my career".

This will be the 15th match between these two sides but the first time they meet in the Premier League. A lot of people raised eyebrows.

Asked if the move had strengthened a Premier League rival, Benitez added: "We have enough goalkeepers in terms of numbers". Last year was last year and it was another competition, everything will be different.

"We're now where we want to be, but by no means have we achieved anything yet. We have won three games in a row but Brighton could do the same anytime". We need to keep our feet on the floor.

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