James Wilson is back with Albion for their trip to Hull City – and he is joined by fit-again Liam Rosenior.
Wilson missed the 3-2 win over Bolton on Saturday with what has been described by boss Chris Hughton as a “minimal” groin injury.
Rosenior has not featured since the end of November because of a knee injury.
He trained today and is set to join the 18 at the KC Stadium, though that is likely to be as much-needed defensive cover on the bench.
Inigo Calderon is expected to start at left-back but Gordon Greer (hamstring) is not yet ready to return.
Uwe Huenemeier and Gaetan Bong are still absent although the latter trained yesterday.
Liam Ridgewell has returned to his parent club Portland Timbers after a loan stint but Hughton could otherwise send out an unchanged XI for the fifth game in a row.

Hughton said today of Wilson: “He will train again this morning. It was a very minimal injury and we are hoping he is available.“Liam Rosenior is back in the squad and that is a big plus for us. He has been out for quite some time.”

Liam Rosenior is back with the Albion squad
Hull are free of injuries but face a decision in central midfield, where Tom Huddlestone impressed as they won 2-0 at Blackburn on Saturday.
Huddlestone made a strong case for inclusion against the Seagulls but boss Steve Bruce could opt to bring back David Meyler or Isaac Hayden alongside Jake Livermore.
Livermore has not yet faced Albion this season but has been a key figure in the Tigers’ home form of 35 points from 14 games, the best in the division.

Abel Hernandez celebrates his goal at Blackburn on Saturday
Top scorer Abel Hernandez was taken off after scoring at Ewood Park to keep him as fresh as possible for tomorrow’s test.
He is likely to be partnered by Mo Diame with Chuba Akpom likely to play some part off the bench.
Robert Snodgrass has impressed of late on the right-hand side of Hull’s 4-4-2 set-up but Bruce could opt for the fresher legs of Ahmed Elmohamady this time.

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