Graham Potter explains Adam Webster injury diagnosis after Burnley battle
Webster was replaced by Lallana but the sight of the defender painfully leaving the Turf Moor pitch would have worried fans.
Brighton have had their injury problems this season and will be without Solly March for around 12 weeks after he injured his knee in the victory at Liverpool last Wednesday.
Thankfully the initial diagnoses for Webster was not serious.
"Adam Webster is not too bad, he just rolled his ankle," said Potter. "The initial signs are encouraging.
“We are hoping it’s just a sore one. But obviously you need 24, 48 hours just to let things settle down."
Lewis Dunk’s towering header from a corner gave Albion the lead at Burnley but Johann Gudmundsson’s strike eight minutes after half-time ensured an eighth draw in the most recent 11 meetings between the teams.
Burnley remain 17th but are now nine points clear of the bottom three after earning a share of the spoils here, while Brighton are 11 ahead of 18th-placed Fulham after extending their unbeaten run to six matches.
Albion had claimed a shock win over defending champions Liverpool in midweek and beaten Tottenham last Sunday.
The visitors would have fancied their chances after going ahead but ultimately had to settle for a point.
"A hard earned point," Potter added. "A tough game against a good opponent. They pushed us all the way in the second half and I can't say we deserved more than a point. It has been a fantastic week for us, seven points and we move forward.
"I felt the game had got away from us a bit in the second half, credit to Burnley for that.
"We've had a week where we have had seven points. That makes a difference for us. We can't play well every week and in every game.
"Adam Webster is not too bad, he just rolled his ankle. The initial signs are encouraging."