Full extent of Brighton's injury and suspension list revealed ahead of West Ham and Man City

Two red cards during the 2-1 loss at Wolves will add to Graham Potter's selection concerns ahead of Brighton's clash against West Ham at the Amex Stadium this Saturday.

Monday, 10th May 2021, 1:51 pm
Lewis Dunk received a red card during the second half at Wolves

Dunk received his marching orders during the second half at Molineux Stadium yesterday for a cynical foul on Fabio Silva, while Maupay was dismissed following an angry confrontation with the referee after the final whistle.

It means Potter will be without two of his key players for West Ham who will arrive at the Amex still battling for European places.

Brighton will also be without a number of their players due to various injuries...Scroll down and click through to see who is and isn't available to face the Hammers and their expected return dates.

Received a red card for hauling down Wolves striker Fabio Silva and will miss the match against West Ham at the Amex this Saturday. Blow for Dunk and Brighton as he was performing so well and pushing for an England call
Lost his cool after the final whistle at Wolves and received a red for foul and abusive language towards the referee. Will miss the match against West Ham which culd open up a chance for Aaron Connolly or Andi Zeqiri
The Dutch international is struggling with a calf issue and missed the 2-1 loss at Wolves. Will be assessed ahead of this Saturday's clash against West Ham. "We hope [he will be back for West Ham], it was just a tight calf, a strain on it. He has an outside chance he could be back," said Graham Potter on Sunday.
Has missed the last two matches with a calf injury and will hope to be available for West Ham. Brighton are pretty much safe from relegation and will not take any chances with the 32-year-old.
The flying wing back is said to be making a good recovery following surgery on his hamstring and is scheduled to return for the start of next season
Brighton have missed their left sided midfielder. Was have the best season of his career until he injured his knee against Liverpool. Making progress and like Lamptey, will hope to be back in action at the start of next season
Fit once more having recovered from a foot injury and could well have a role to play at West Ham with Neal Maupay suspended
Back training with the first team group and making progress from his long term knee injury. Would be a surprise to see him feature this season and Romanian international will look to the target the start of the next
Getting back to his best having recovered from his ankle injury. Could skipper the side in Dunk's absence against West Ham