The two teams have been released and here is a look at how they line up...
Brighton and Hove Albion XI: Stockdale; Bruno, Dunk, Goldson, Rosenior; Knockaert, Stephens, Kayal, Murphy; Hemed, Baldock
Substitutes: Maenpaa (GK), Greer, Calderon, Sidwell, Skalak, Wilson, Zamora
Leeds United XI: Silvestri, Wootton, Cooper, Bamba, Taylor, Coyle, Diagouraga, Bridcutt, Mowatt, Cook, Doukara
Substitutes: Peacock-Farrell, Berardi, Murphy, Adeyemi, Carayol, Erwin, Antenucci
From Leeds' perspective one of the big talking points coming into the game had been at right-back with three players, Lewie Coyle, Gaetano Berardi, and Scott Wootton all in contention for a start, and it is the latter making his first appearance after scoring the costly own goal which sent them out of the FA Cup, while Lewie Coyle is also involved.
The Whites have won just two of their last 10 Championship matches, and manager Steve Evans needs to start picking up wins if supporters are going to take his promises to get the side promoted next season seriously.
Their task this evening is far from easy, against a Brighton side who won comfortably at the Amex in the same fixture last season.
This time around they are bidding to earn promotion, and currently sit inside the play-off spots in fourth position.
Leeds are in 17th position and have conceded just one more goal than Brighton this season, but the Seagulls have netted 15 more.