Brighton striker Danny Welbeck could have a vital role against West Ham at the Amex Stadium
Brighton will be without both Lewis Dunk and Neal Maupay as the pair were shown red cards in the defeat at Wolves last time out and serve a ban this weekend.
Solly March (knee) and Tariq Lamptey (hamstring) are also out with doubts over Davy Propper (ankle) and Joel Veltman (calf) – although Adam Lallana should be fit following his own calf issue.
There could be a chance for Alexis Mac Allister to shine while Danny Welbeck is poised to lead the line up front in Maupay's absence.
The 23-year-old Spaniard has impressed for Brighton this season and will take his place between the sticks once more to face West Ham
Scroll down and click through to see our predicted line-up against West Ham
Really enjoyed Ben White's performances this season and the academy graduate will likely line-up on the right of a three man defence
Will likely take the captain's arm band in Lewis Dunk's absence and will be at the heart of the defence. Graham Potter said, "He is one of those people that steps into that space that Dunky leaves and the captaincy because he does lead well. He has respect in the dressing room."
Has played in numerous roles this season and will likely drop back on to the left side of the defence for this one
The Iranian international has struggled for game time this season but will likely appear on the right side for this one as Joel Veltman continues to struggle with a calf injury
An excellent season and will hope to finish the campaign in style in central midfield. Continues to be linked with top clubs across Europe
A model of consistency this season and his experience will be vital in the midfield against West Ham
Graham Potter believes central midfield will be his natural position but Moder will likely be on the left side for this one
Can be a real threat on his day but just hasn't delivered on a consistent basis. The Belgian international will look to finish the season strongly
Will likely get the nod in the attacking midfield role ahead of Adam Lallana who is easing his way back to fitness from a calf injury
Will likely lead the line against West Ham in Maupay's absence. Welbeck's contract is up in the summer and has plenty to play for