Graham Potter will be genuinely confident of survival now after Brighton restarted their Premier League campaign with a 2-1 win over Arsenal.

Neal Maupay struck deep into stoppage time to complete a fabulous turnaround for the relegation-threatened Seagulls, who stay in 15th but have opened up a five-point gap to the bottom three.

The result also puts a serious dent in the Gunners’ outside chances of finishing in the top four (Arsenal 50/1 Top 4 Finish) as they remain eight points behind Chelsea in fourth, while they may have also lost Bernd Leno – who was stretchered off after an aerial challenge with Maupay – for some time.

Nicolas Pepe had given the visitors a deserved lead with about a quarter of the game to go, but Lewis Dunk scrambled an equaliser to give Maupay the chance to apply the gloss.

Wolves (7/2 Top 4 Finish) made their case for a Champions League place with a comfortable 2-0 win at West Ham, which saw them climb up to sixth, level on points with Manchester United and two behind fourth-placed Chelsea.

Raul Jimenez has now scored the most goals by a Wolves player in a Premier League season after heading home the first in the 73rd minute, before Pedro Neto volleyed home with six minutes to go to secure the three points.

West Ham remain very much in relegation trouble after the defeat with the five-horse race possibly now just between four after Brighton’s win.

Two superb late goals were the order of the day in the first fixture this Saturday, with Watford grateful to a brilliant scissor-kick from Craig Dawson in stoppage time to salvage what could be a crucial point in a 1-1 draw with Leicester.

Ben Chilwell had screamed one past Ben Foster to give the Foxes a 90th-minute lead but the visitors couldn’t quite hold on.

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