Brighton and Hove Albion's five top level and undroppable players for Everton

Brighton have started the new Premier League campaign in encouraging fashion and five players have really impressed for Graham Potter's men in the first three matches

Leandro Trossard has been excellent for Brighton so far this season
Leandro Trossard has been excellent for Brighton so far this season

Here we take a look at who has impressed and who must be considered certain starters to take on Carlo Ancelotti's inform Everton at Goodison Park on Saturday.

Lewis Dunk: The Brighton skipper signed a new five-year contract at the start of the season to end speculation of a possible £40m move to Chelsea.

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The 28-year-old remains the glue that binds this Brighton defence and his experience and defensive qualities are vital as he establishes a partnership with the raw but highly talented Ben White.

Lewis Dunk is a key man in the Albion defence and helping Ben White adapt to the Premier League

He reads the game well, comfortable in possession and a strong physical presence. His battle with Everton's inform striker Dominic Calvert-Lewin is one to look forward to.

Ingored by Gareth Southgate once again for the latest England squad much to the dismay of many Albion fans.

Steven Alzate: The Colombian international is fully fit once again after struggling with a groin problem at the back end of the last campaign.

Has started the season well in his best position of central midfield. Graham Potter has complete trust in the 22-year-old and his development is a key reason why Dale Stephens was allowed to depart.

Steven Alzate has started all three Premier League games so far this season

Strong and composed in the centre of the park and has the ability to pick the right pas at the right moment.

Will no doubt relish playing against his fellow countryman James Rodriguez, who has been in fine form for Everton since his high profile arrival from Real Madrid.

Tariq Lamptey: The right wing back role is perfect for him and his pace and skill has added a new dimension to this Brighton team.

Fearless going forward and his direct running into the opposition penalty areas has already won two penalties for Albion so far this season.

Tariq Lamptey is perfect for the right wing back role

Turned 20 earlier this week has the potential to improve further. An exciting season ahead and Brighton will hope to keep hold of this talent for the foreseeable future.

Solly March: Another player who has improved this season. When Solly is fully fit he is a player of genuine Premier League quality.

Gave United right back Aaron Wan-Bissaka a tough time during the painful 3-2 loss last week.

His late goal will give him additional confidence and will be looking to impress against Everton once more.

Solly March scored against Man U

Well suited to the left wing back role and perhaps a player who has benefited from empty stadia.

Leandro Trossard: I'm not sure if Trossard is superstitious but whatever he did before Manchester United...he should change it.

The Belgian was excellent during the match but also desperately unlucky as he hit the woodwork three times. Trossard returned from the lockdown in excellent condition and has been huge player and attacking threat for Potter.

A very clever and skilful operator who continually finds pockets of space in dangerous areas. An encouraging start to the season and could be targeting double figures in terms of goals this season.