- Brighton will take on an out-of-this-world Chelsea side in the Carabao Cup on Wednesday
- The Seagulls have started the season well and are fourth in the league
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Adam Webster expects some extra fun when Brighton face Chelsea on Wednesday night but says the sky is the limit for the Seagulls.
Roberto De Zerbi’s men head to Stamford Bridge in the Carabao Cup on high marks after five wins from six in the Premier League.
Brighton is already ten points ahead of Chelsea, full of familiar faces.
They recently sold Moises Caicedo, Marc Cucurella and Robert Sanchez to Chelsea, and Levi Colwill has returned to the Blues after a loan spell at the Amex.
Webster said, “Maybe it will add some spice to it!” We’re going to try to play our stuff and get through it. We want to go as far as possible in every competition and we have a strong team.
Brighton defender Adam Webster says his side are ready to add to Chelsea’s poor start to the season
Brighton are fourth in the Premier League after another good start to the season
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‘It’s another opportunity to show the manager what we stand for. Everyone fights for their place.’
Asked whether a top-four finish this season was possible for Brighton, who sit third in the Premier League behind Manchester City and Liverpool, Webster said: ‘The sky is the limit for us. There is so much potential, it’s exciting.
‘We have a busy schedule and have to take each game as it comes, but the potential in the squad, the mix of experience and youth, is brilliant.
‘The more experienced boys can help the younger boys and vice versa. It’s a very good group.’
Webster said the game is an opportunity for players to show manager Roberto de Zerbi ‘what we stand for’ in a season full of fixtures