Danny Welbeck is returning to full fitness as he recovers from a knee injury, while Iranian international Alireza Jahanbakhsh is also fit once more following his hamstring issues.
Neal Maupay, Aaron Connolly, Leo Trossard are raring to go while Potter has further options with Percy Tau and Andi Zeqiri all pushing for first team action.
Defender Adam Webster will also hope to recover in time from his ankle injury sustained at Burnley.
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1. Robert Sanchez
Brighton No 1 goalkeeper has kept five clean sheets in his last six matches. The 6ft 6in Spaniard has proved a reliable and calm influence since his promotion into the first team
2. Ben White
The classy defender will likely take his place on the right side of the defensive trio
3. Lewis Dunk
Received a late red card in his last out against Palace at Selhurst Park. Served a three match suspension and the centre back and captain been excellent for Brighton since his return
4. Dan Burn
With Adam Webster struggling with his fitness, Burn looks set for a role on the left side of the defence. Should Webster recover Burn could push forward for the left wing back role