It’s too early to be putting up bunting or anything like that, of course, but after the dismal season that their club endured last season, supporters of Brighton & Hove Albion might even be starting to feel cautiously optimistic after their team went three points clear at the top of the table with a narrow win at Ipswich Town on Saturday afternoon. Brighton, who featured amongst precisely nobody’s pre-season predictions to have a chance of getting promoted into the Premier League, are now clear of Hull City, who won at home against newly-promoted Preston North End, the aforementioned Ipswich, and Queens Park Rangers, who won by the odd goal at Huddersfield Town. At the bottom of the table, meanwhile, Rotherham United now have just one point from their opening five matches after they were comfortably beaten at home by Fulham. Steve Evans is unlikely to be very happy about this, so there’s something to enjoy, no matter how well or badly your team did this weekend.
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