Brighton predicted line-up vs Sheffield United: Graham Potter to spring Danny Welbeck surprise and a Percy Tau problem

Victory for Graham Potter's Brighton at already relegated Sheffield United would all but secure their survival in the Premier League this season

Saturday, 24th April 2021, 10:41 am
Brighton's Danny Welbeck will be assessed ahead of kick-off at Bramall Lane today

Albion, who impressed on Tuesday night as they earned a 0-0 draw at Chelsea, are seven points above the drop zone with six matches remaining.

Brighton defender Ben White will serve a one-match suspension following his red card in the midweek draw at Chelsea.

Forward Percy Tau could return to the squad after being absent at Stamford Bridge due to a tight hamstring.

The Spanish stopper will continue his impressive run inbetween the sticks at Bramall Lane. A huge success story for Brighton this season

Tariq Lamptey (hamstring) and Solly March (knee) remain out.

Scroll down and click through to see our predicted starting XI for Bramall Lane

First match back after ankle injury at Chelsea and will be required to go again in defence as ben White is suspended for this one
Enjoy him while you can Albion fans...Six games to go and the Mali international is wanted by a host of Premier League giants
Enjoyed watching Dunk this season. So impressive and played a huge role in helping to keep Brighton in the Premier League. Quite simply Albion's best player.
A very consistent performer. Defensively sound and very safe in possession. Could play on the right of the defence at Sheffield United with Webster on the left.
Another senior player who has really stepped up to the challenge this season. Will likely feature on the right of the midfield today at Bramall Lane
Made a positive impact from the bench at Chelsea and should be back in the starting XI against Sheffield United. His class in the midfield has been key for Brighton in the second half of the season
Could be between Moder and Burn for a place on the left. I think the Polish international will just about get the nod for this one. His athleticism and ability to drive forward could prove useful
Back in the team at Stamford Bridge and a very hardworking display against Chelsea. Give Albion options and could play higher up the pitch at Sheffield United
A fairly quiet game at Chelsea but Brighton should have more possession at Sheffield United and Trossard will look to have a greater influence
On the bench at Chelsea with perhaps this game in mind. Welbeck may not be quite fit enough which could see Maupay lead the line. Scored a vital goal at Bramall Lane last season in a 1-1 draw