Albion have struggled with injuries this season and once again Potter will be without many key players as they travel to Leicester tomorrow for their FA Cup fifth round tie at the King Power Stadium.
In form defender Adam Webster is the latest casualty after his rolled his ankle during the hard fought 1-1 draw at Burnley last Saturday. Brighton will aim to reach the quarter-finals at the King Power on Wednesday then welcome Aston Villa to the Amex Stadium this Saturday at 3pm.
Scroll down and click through to see who is injured and when they are expected to return.
1. Adam Webster
Rolled his ankle against Burnley and has been ruled out of the FA Cup tie at Leicester this Wednesday. The inform defender was rated as 50-50 for this Saturday's Premier League fixture against Aston Villa at the Amex Stadium. “He has a bit of swelling,” said Potter. “Wednesday is too soon and we’ll wait and see for Saturday." “We’ll know more over the next few days but it isn’t a serious one, he’s rolled his ankle.”
2. Solly March
Huge blow for Brighton and Solly. The left midfielder injured his knee during the 1-0 win at Liverpool and has had surgery. Expected to be out for 12 weeks. “Solly has had his operation and it’s gone well, that’s good for him and us,” said Brighton boss Potter.“The recovery will be slow but necessary, it’s a blow."
3. Tariq Lamptey
Has not played since Dec 16 when he tweaked his hamstring at Fulham. The injury proved more troublesome than expected and the flying wing back is now pencilled in for a return at the end of this month - possibly in time for Crystal Palace or West Brom
4. Alireza Jahanbakhsh
Last feature for Brighton on Jan 10 at Newport in the FA Cup. He's back in training and targeting Crystal Palace as a return date. " We just need to make sure he is okay after his injury (hamstring), but it's good news that he's back training with the group," said Potter