Brighton could be missing up to eight key first-team players for their clash with West Ham United on Saturday night.
Seagulls duo Neal Maupay and Lewis Dunk are suspended for the clash against the Hammers.
Meanwhile, Joel Veltman, is a big doubt for the game (Brighton and Hove Independent).
Davy Pröpper has been out since late March whilst Adam Lallana has been missing since the end of April with a calf problem.
Tariq Lamptey has been missing since December whilst Florin Andone is another long-term absentee. The striker is still yet to play this season.
And finally, Solly March has been out since February with a knee problem.
Brighton injury and suspension crisis great news for West Ham
That is eight key players Graham Potter will not be able to select for Saturday night’s game.
The Hammers have a great chance to earn what would be a truly massive three points on Saturday night.
If David Moyes manages to guide his West Ham side to wins over Brighton and West Brom, we will have a chance to qualify for the Champions League on the final day regardless of what the other teams do between now and then.
The stars seem to be aligning for the Hammers.
Will Brighton be able to cope with so many players out injured and missing through suspension?
Let’s hope not.
Nothing less than three points will do. COYI!