Brighton are not the force they were last year under Gus Poyet when they trounced us 3-0, while Ipswich are not the force they were 10 years ago under Joe Royle when they just missed out on a play-off place at Brighton’s old ground, which they borrowed off the council.
The Blues are decent at home and can score and win.
Ipswich Town Team News:
With Paul Taylor sent out on loan to his old club peterborough, Alan Lee has been drafted into the squad, along with Jack Marriot.
Dean Gerken will be sweating on keeping his place, while David McGoldrick could have yet another strike partner. Otherwise, no big changes as MM has a fit squad.
Player to watch: David McGoldrick
Best finisher Town have.
Brighton Team News:
Oscar Garcia’s side are pretty clear of major injures although are a bit light in midfield with Kenny Agusteib and Liam Bridcutt are doubtful, although Keith Andrews will start against his old loan club.
Player to watch: Will Buckley
Looking ominous after slow start
Match Facts & Stats
Difficult game this but fancy Town in a 3-1 win