Brighton: Stockdale; Bruno, Greer, Hughes, Bennett; Holla, Ince; Calderon, Teixeira, Baldock; O'Grady
Subs: Walton (GK), Rea, Chicksen, McCourt, March, Colunga, Best
Ipswich Town: Bialkowski, Mings, Chambers, Smith, Berra, Skuse, Murphy, Anderson, Hunt, Bru, Tabb
Subs: Kenny, Parr, Clarke, S.Hunt, Bishop, Ambrose, Sears
Brighton have an opportunity to put three points on the board and level on points with Leeds this evening, which is important after the Whites defeated league leaders Bournemouth last night.
Brighton are just three points above the relegation places in the Championship at the moment and should be looking to pull clear of the bottom three and aim for the top half of the table.
The side’s problem this season seems to have been scoring goals because they have a better defensive record than Brentford inside the play-off places.
Ipswich’s incentive this evening is simple; win and go top of the table.
Ipswich have a great record at both ends of the pitch and they need all of their travelling supporters this evening to step up and be counted because conditions are going to be cold and difficult.
Three points will also give them welcome momentum ahead of their next game.