Graham Potter's Albion have played some decent football since the start of the new campaign but three points from the first four matches is little reward for the Seagulls.
It has however been a tough start to the campaign as they have faced Chelsea and Manchester United at home and an inform Everton at Goodison Park. Their solitary victory of season arrived thanks to an impressive 3-0 win at Newcastle.
Brighton should not feel too downbeat and will return from the international confident of delivering another good display at Roy Hodgson's Crystal Palace.
Palace were soundly beaten 4-0 last time out at Chelsea and prior to that they suffered a narrow 2-1 home loss to Everton.
They did however record an impressive 3-1 away win at Manchester United and started the season well with a solid 1-0 home triumph against Southampton.
It's often a tense affair between Palace and Albion and playing in at an empty Selhurst Park is likely to make a huge difference.
What time does Crystal Palace and Brighton kick off? The game kicks off at 2pm at Selhurst Park
Is the game on TV? Yes. the match had already been selected for live coverage and will be available on Sky Sports Premier League and Main Event channels.
What’s the team news? Brighton will hope to have Davy Propper (Achilles) available for selection. Long term absentee Jose Izquierdo (knee) is making progress from a long term injury but the match will arrive too soon for the Colombian.
Aaron Connolly should be able to play a part despite a Covid-19 scare while international duty with the Republic of Ireland. Alireza Jahanbakhsh will hope to fit after tweaking his hamstring in the League Cup against Man United.
Crystal Palace will hope the international break helped their defensive options with Gary Cahill, James Tomkins, Patrick van Aanholt and Nathan Ferguson among those on a lengthy list.
Michy Batshuayi could return as he was unable to play last time out against his parent club Chelsea.
Who is the referee? Referee: Stuart Attwell. Assistants: Neil Davies, Marc Perry. Fourth official: Lee Mason. VAR: Kevin Friend. Assistant VAR: Simon Beck.
What are the odds? Crystal Palace are 8/5 for the home win, with Albion at 7/4. A draw is available at 9/4
Albion's Neal Maupay is tipped to open the scoring first at 9/2 and Palace danger man Wilfried Zaha at 7/1.
Last season: Palace came out on top the last time these two sides met in the Premier League as a 70th minute strike from Jordan Ayew sealed a narrow 1-0 victory at the Amex Stadium last February.
The last meeting at Selhurst Park on December 16 ended in a 1-1 draw. Neal Maupay opened the scoring for the Albion but Wilfried Zaha levelled on 76 minutes.