The Seagulls have collected just two points from their last seven league games and have dropped to 16th in the table. They lost 2-1 away to Leicester in their last game on Tuesday evening.
Huddersfield won 1-0 at home to Wolves on Tuesday as they ended a 14-game game winless run. It was Jan Siewert's first victory as Terriers boss.
What time does Brighton v Huddersfield kick off?
The match gets underway at the Amex from 3pm.
Is the game on TV?
No. Brighton are next on television when they travel to arch rivals Crystal Palace on March 9.
Highlights will be on Match Of The Day from at 10.20pm on Saturday evening.
What’s the team news?
Midfielder Pascal Gross limped off in Brighton's defeat at Leicester with a hamstring injury and is likely to miss out.
Defender Leon Balogun missed the defeat at the Foxes. Albion boss Chris Hughton will provide an update on the Nigerian international at Thursday's press conference.
Jose Izquierdo returned to action after just under three months out in the loss at Leicester. The Colombian will be hoping to force his way back into the starting line-up, as will the likes of Yves Bissouma, Bernardo and Bruno.
Florin Andone is back available after serving a three-game ban.
Steve Mounie got a late winner for Huddersfield in their 1-0 win against Wolves on Tuesday.
Karlan Grant made his first start for the Terriers, while Alex Pritchard and Erik Durm were both fit to play.
Isaac Mbenza, Danny Williams and Adama Diakhaby all missed Tuesday's match.
Full-back Tommy Smith is suspended for Huddersfield after his red card at Newcastle on Saturday.
Who is the referee?
Mike Dean will be the man in the middle at the Amex on Saturday. He has shown 88 yellow cards and nine reds in 22 Premier League games this season.
Dean has issued a record 99 Premier League red cards during his career. Will his 100th come at the Amex?
The assistant referees are Darren Cann and Dan Robathan, with Simon Hooper the fourth official.
What are the odds?
Brighton are the favourites to claim all three points on PaddyPower at 8/11. The draw is 23/10 and a Huddersfield victory is 4/1.
Albion won 2-1 at the Terriers earlier this season and a repeat of that scoreline is 15/2. A repeat of the 1-1 draw at the Amex from last year is 11/2.
Seagulls top-scorer Glenn Murray is favourite to score first at 11/4 and is Evens to net at anytime.
Florin Andone is 10/3 and 13/10 respectively, while Jurgen Locadia, Alireza Jahanbakhsh and Florin Andone are all 17/2 and 7/2.
Defender Shane Duffy is 14/1 to net first and 15/2 to score anytime.
Four Huddersfield players all have the same odds, with Aaron Mooy, Karlan Grant, Steve Mounie and Laurent Depoitre all 11/1 to score first and 9/2 to net anytime.
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