Date: 5th November 2015 at 7:48am
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Brighton’s Championship season continued with a nil-nil draw at Hillsborough against Sheffield Wednesday on Tuesday.

Another game was added to the unbeaten start, however another Brighton draw meant Albion were knocked off the top of the summit with Hull taking over at the top with Burnley moving up to second with Brighton now third on goal-difference.

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In a game of few chances both sides, looking to extend unbeaten runs did this with the home side now unbeaten in 11-matches themselves, with little to none in the first half the second half saw Brighton threaten.

Baldock looked to breakthrough but saw his effort saved by Sheffield Wednesday ‘keeper Westwood whereas the home side nearly won it late on when Pudil had a chance but Stockdale wasn’t beaten.

With the deadlock unbroken Brighton had to settle for a third successive draw meaning those chasing down Albion overtook them.

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Brighton might have lost top spot, for a first time since the end of August, but this draw saw the unbeaten run extended to 16-matches with this equalising a club record from 1931.