Town Unchanged at Brighton
Saturday, 25th Feb 2012 14:22
Blues boss Paul Jewell has named an unchanged side for the third game running as Town go looking for a fifth successive league victory for the first time since 2003. The only switch of personnel comes on the bench with Ibrahima Sonko, back after his dislocated rib, taking over from Jack Ainsley.
Brighton make one change from the side which drew 0-0 at Hull in midweek, Will Buckley replacing Kazenga LuaLua.
Full match preview here.
Brighton: Brezovan, Reyes, Greer (c), El-Abd, Mattock, Buckley, Navarro, Bridcutt, Razak, Mackail-Smith, Barnes. Subs: Ankergren, Assulin, Calderon, Vokes, LuaLua.
Town: Lee-Barrett, Edwards (c), Delaney, Smith, Cresswell, Drury, Hyam, Emmanuel-Thomas, Martin, Murphy, Chopra. Subs: McCarthy, Sonko, Leadbitter, Bullard, Scotland.
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