Brighton have no injury issues for the match against the Irons tomorrow (Sun) and are likely to welcome back Enock Mwepu to the squad following a groin injury.
Albion sit 10th in the Premier League with 48 points, a record amount for them at this level having finished the 2019/20 and 2020/21on 41 points so they are in unfamiliar territory this term.
However their home record is pretty appalling where they have won just one game since December – against Manchester United on May 7.
The Hammers, meanwhile, have won seven times on the road and victory here may be the most important in a season of important games as they bid for sixth place hoping that Manchester United will draw or lose at Palace.
The Hammers have no injury problems beyond central defenders Issa Diop and Angelo Ogbonna as they look for what could turn out to be a crucial end of season three points.