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Summary

  1. Kick-off: 15:00 GMT
  2. Brighton aiming to win consecutive Premier League home matches for the second time
  3. Swansea are two short of 300 Premier League goals

Live Reporting

By Kris Holland

All times stated are UK

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  1. Post update

    Brighton 4-1 Swansea

    That's all from the The Amex.

    Our coverage of today's Premier League action continues here.

    Thanks for joining me.

  2. FULL-TIME

    Brighton 4-1 Swansea

    What a win for Brighton that is.

  3. GOAL - Brighton 4-1 Swansea

    Jurgen Locadio

    No, definitely not.

    Again, it's wonderful build-up from Brighton, they toy with Swansea before Locadio - on debut - stretches to poke Dale Stephens' effort beyond Fabianski.

  4. GOAL - Brighton 3-1 Swansea

    Tammy Abraham

    Surely not?

    Tammy Abraham's goal-bound shot takes a deflection off Lewis Dunk, wrong footing Mat Ryan who can do little about it.

    It was on target, so should go down as Abraham's. But it definitely comes off Dunk.

    Albion will be disappointed by that, not least because they had appealed for handball in the build-up.

  5. SUBSTITUTION

    Brighton 3-0 Swansea

    And that's the end of Glenn Murray's afternoon.

    Jurgen Locadio trots on to make his Premier League debut.

  6. SUBSTITUTION

    Brighton 3-0 Swansea

    Anthony Knockaert makes way for Brighton's first change.

    Solly March takes his place.

    Anthony Knockaert substitution
  7. Post update

    Brighton 3-0 Swansea

    This has been a really, really impressive showing from Brighton.

    They've controlled this match from the off.

  8. GOAL - Brighton 3-0 Swansea

    Anthony Knockaert

    This must settle it?

    Pascal Gross finds Anthony Knockaert out on the left side, and the latter slots the ball in at the far post with the outside of his foot.

    Swansea not looking at all like a club who are 10 games unbeaten in all competitions.

    Anthony Knockaert
  9. GOAL - Brighton 2-0 Swansea

    Glenn Murray

    A nice interchange of passing from Brighton as they carve Swansea apart, before Jose Izquierdo pulls back for the unmarked Murray to lash in his 10th Premier League goal of the season.

    Brighton celebrating second goal
  10. SUBSTITUTION

    Brighton 1-0 Swansea

    Still a way to go in this match, but Swansea are making their final change.

    Tammy Abraham replaces Tom Carroll.

  11. CLOSE!

    Brighton 1-0 Swansea

    Close again from Glenn Murray! He lashes just wide of Lukasz Fabianski's left hand post.

  12. YELLOW CARD - Glenn Murray (Brighton)

    Brighton 1-0 Swansea

    A frustrating few minutes for Glenn Murray, who receives a yellow card for a late clip on Tom Carroll.

  13. DISALLOWED GOAL

    Brighton 1-0 Swansea

    Brighton think they've doubled their league as Anthony Knockaert's cross (or was it a shot?) goes into the net.

    Glenn Murray was offside, narrowly, as Knockaert struck it. Whether or not he got a touch? I'm not sure.

    But the goal is ruled out regardless for his intent to play the ball while offside.

    Good decision by the officials in my opinion.

    Glenn Murray
  14. Post update

    Brighton 1-0 Swansea

    From the resulting corner, Swansea make a big appeal for a penalty against Glenn Murray for handball.

    The ball seemed to strike Murray's midriff, but it's not clear from the replays how much he could really have done about it.

    Mike Dean isn't interested, in any case.

  15. GREAT SAVE!

    Brighton 1-0 Swansea

    Now Swansea with a sight at goal as Mat Ryan makes a brilliant save to keep out Ki Sung-yeung's strike from the edge of the box.

  16. Post update

    Brighton 1-0 Swansea

    But this one is a bit closer.

    Pascal Gross finds possession after a neat exchange of passing, but his shot from just inside the area goes straight to the arms of Lukasz Fabianski.

    A routine save from the Polish international.

  17. Post update

    Brighton 1-0 Swansea

    The first chance, of the half sees Jose Izquierdo look to bend one beyond Lukasz Fabianski from the edge of the box - but it's well wide.

  18. KICK-OFF

    Brighton 1-0 Swansea

    We are ready to get going again at the Amex.

    Andre Ayew came on for Nathan Dyer with about 10 minutes of the first half remaining and Carlos Carvalhal has made another change at the break.

    Luciano Narsingh replaces Mike van der Hoorn, who conceded the penalty which allowed Brighton to take the lead in this one.

  19. Liberty Stadium expansion will be 'careful' says Chris Pearlman

    General view of Swansea's Liberty Stadium

    While we take a break for half-time, it's worth reflecting what has been a busy week off the pitch for Swansea City.

    The club took control of their Liberty Stadium ground from Swansea council last week, meaning they can now sell naming rights and grow their 21,000 capacity in "phases".

    But the club's chief operating officer Chris Pearlman has insisted they will not asset-strip the stadium, adding that the lease will benefit the club, council and rugby union club Ospreys, who also play at the Liberty.

    Read more here.

  20. HALF-TIME

    Brighton 1-0 Swansea

    And that's our lot for the first half.

    Glenn Murray's penalty is the difference.