South Africa international striker Percy Tau will hope to be fit to face Leeds United this Saturday
Brighton remain seven points above the drop with five match of their season remaining. Graham Potter's men should have enough of a buffer to be safe but with upcoming matches against Leeds, Wolves, West Ham, Man City and Arsenal, Brighton are taking nothing for granted.
Albion beat Leeds 1-0 at Elland Road earlier this season and another three points against Marcelo Bielsa's team should just about see them safe.
Ninth placed Leeds however are in decent form and their last three matches saw them beat Man City and draw with Man United and Liverpool.
Missed out at Sheffield United with a tight hamstring but should be available to face Leeds at the Amex this Saturday. Last featured in the Premier League for Brighton as a second half substitute during the 1-0 win at Elland Road
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The Romanian striker continues his recovery from a knee injury and is not available for Leeds. Played 13 minutes for the u23s earlier this month but lasted just 13 minutes because of a tight hamstring, which was said to be nothing serious. Unlikely to feature this season
Available for selection once more after his suspension for the defeat at Sheffield United. Likely to return to the starting XI and face the team where he enjoyed a successful loan last season.
Had been struggling with a hamstring issue. Played at Chelsea and then rested for the Sheffield United defeat. Expected to be fully fit and available for selection to face Leeds this Saturday.
Brighton have really missed their flying wing back. Surgery to his hamstring went well and Potter confirmed last Thursday that the former Chelsea man is making good progress in his recovery. Will be back for next season.
Another player sorely missed by Brighton. Solly was having his best season in an Albion shirt before he injured his knee in the 1-0 victory at Liverpool. Similar to Lamptey, Potter confirmed he's making good progress. "That is the plan [ready for pre-season and next season].They look fine, everything is going well," Potter said.
Great to see the Colombian back in action as a second half substitute at the Sheffield United. Offers Graham Potter a different attacking option and should be available to face Leeds as long as he had no reaction to the knee after his Bramall Lane appearance
Another player who has had injury troubles of late but made a second half appearance against Sheffield United. Was struggling with a bruised foot and should be good to go again against Leeds if required
Finally we thought we'd have a quick check on the boss. Had three stitches and sustained a nasty black eye and whiplash after he fell and crashed into metal railings on Brighton beech. Looked a bit battered and bruised at Sheffield United but should look less like a boxer and more like a football manager in the dug out for Leeds.