On Easter Monday Brighton entertain Wigan at the Amex with promotion on the brink for Brighton while relegation is on the minds of Wigan.
Chris Hughton will look to field his strongest possible 11 on Monday knowing 3 points will all but seal Premier league Football for next season.
Gaetan Bong, Liam Rosenior and Beram Kayal are all in contention after sitting out the victory over Wolves on Good Friday.
Nick Powell is likely to remain on the bench for Wigan, despite scoring an 11th minute Hat-trick against Barnsley.
Forwards Omar Bogle and Will Grigg are both expected to miss out.
Brighton need four points to secure promotion and get back into the Premier League after a 34- year absence.
Wigan have lost five of their seven away trips to Brighton in the Football League.
Dale Stephens has scored in each of the last two meetings between Brighton and Wigan.
The Seagulls have won the most home Championship points this season with 51.
Wigan have won one of their 11 games against the current top seven in the Championship this season, losing their last five matches