The victory ensured that their is now a nine point gap between Albion and Millwall, who occupy the final relegation spot.
BetVictor make Albion 4/1 fancies to finish in the top dozen however with momentum on their side, and a favourable fixture list going into the final quarter of the season, it still appeals as value.
The Seagulls started the season as 5/6, however had slipped to 10/1 prior to the Sami Hyypia’s sacking in December.
With relegation fears now cooling, Chris Hughton will now be looking to build for next season.
Brighton’s next four fixtures are all against those outside the promotion places and they can make further inroads on those in the top half when travelling to the Madjeski next Tuesday; Reading the even money favourites with BetVictor, Albion 15/8 and the draw 12/5.
The Albion are not in action this weekend as the FA Cup quarter-final ties are to played this weekend.
Liverpool are the 2/1 favourites at the time of writing to lift the trophy, in what would be skipper Steven Gerrard’s final game in a Reds shirt. With the final falling on the Anfield legend’s 35th birthday; does ‘Stevie G’ write his own scripts?
Brendan Rodgers’ side despatched Premier League champions Manchester City 2-1 at the weekend extending their unbeaten run to eleven league games and they are now 5/4 with BetVictor to achieve a top four finish this season.
The Reds should be able to comfortably despatch of Blackburn in an all-Lancashire affair on Sunday and are 1/3 to ensure a Wembley semi-final without the need of a replay; Rovers 11/1 and the draw 9/2 with BetVictor.
Daniel Sturridge was rested last weekend as he continues his return from injury but is set to start against Blackburn and can fire the Reds to victory; 16/5 to break deadlock, 31/40 to score anytime and 14/1 to leave with the match ball and net a hat-trick.
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