The Seagulls twice took the lead against West Ham last time out but were twice pegged back and held to a 2-2 draw, leaving Graeme Potter’s side 16th in the table.
They are just one spot behind the Gunners, but things look a lot rosier for Mike Arteta’s side than they did thanks to a 3-1 win over Chelsea in their last contest.
17 points from 15 games is still well below what the Spaniard wants, but it was certainly a morale boost to beat their London rivals in impressive style.
When is Brighton vs Arsenal?
The match kicks-off at 6pm on Tuesday 29 December at the Amex.
What TV channel is Brighton vs Arsenal on and is there a live stream?
Amazon Prime will be showing all the matches in this game week, so you will need to subscribe to watch the action.
Graeme Potter will be without Tariq Lamptey, Jose Izquierdo, Florin Andone and Adam Lallana for this one, although he will be hoping to have Aaron Connolly back from a groin problem.
Arsenal are missing Gabriel due to a positive coronavirus test, David Luiz, Thomas Partey and Willian are also out.
Brighton vs Arsenal odds
Odds courtesy of Betfair
Brighton vs Arsenal head-to-head in last five meetings
20 Jun 2020: Brighton 2-1 Arsenal – Premier League
05 Dec 2019: Arsenal 1-2 Brighton – Premier League
05 May 2019: Arsenal 1-1 Brighton – Premier League
26 Dec 2018: Brighton 1-1 Arsenal – Premier League
04 Mar 2018: Brighton 2-1 Arsenal – Premier League